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Pakistani pilgrims’ movement problems on Iranian border solved

Movement of the Pakistani Arbaeen pilgrims through Taftan border restored to normal late on Thursday.

 

Movement of the Pakistani Arbaeen pilgrims through Taftan border restored to normal late on Thursday.

Movement problems faced by the country’s pilgrims heading for Karbala to attend the Arbaeen religious ceremony in Iraq and the problem is now completely resolved. 

Pakistani pilgrims go to Iraq via Sistan-Blauchestan province and in the run-up to Arbaeen, many pilgrims intending to visit holy shrines in Karbala took to Taftan border, making the area crowded and creating problems said the officials on the border. 

‘Iran’s Sistan-Baluchestan Province is the only way linking Pakistan to Central Asia, Europe and Iraq,’ said the officials.

 

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