Pained by tragic demise of Sikh pilgrims in Pakistan: PM Modi

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July 3, 2020 6:57 PM

 At least 29 people, mostly Pakistani Sikh pilgrims, were killed when a mini-bus carrying them back from Nankana Sahib shrine rammed into a train at an unmanned crossing in Pakistan's Punjab province.

“I pray that those pilgrims injured recover at the earliest,” PM Modi said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was pained by the tragic demise of Sikh pilgrims in a road accident in Pakistan on Friday. At least 29 people, mostly Pakistani Sikh pilgrims, were killed when a mini-bus carrying them back from Nankana Sahib shrine rammed into a train at an unmanned crossing in Pakistan’s Punjab province.

“Pained by the tragic demise of Sikh pilgrims in Pakistan. My thoughts are with their families and friends in this hour of grief,” the prime minister tweeted. “I pray that those pilgrims injured recover at the earliest,” he said.

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