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PROTOCOL CONSTITUTING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA  INTSer 37
PROTOCOL CONSTITUTING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN ON VISIT TO RELIGIOUS
Islamabad, 14 September 1974
The Government of INDIA
The Government of PAKISTAN,
TAKING note of the sentiments and devotion of the various communities in the two countries for the historic and sacred shrines in
HAVE agreed on the following principles for facilitating visits to such shrines :
(i) Such visits from one country to the other shall be allowed without discrimination as to religion or sect. The list of shrines
to be visited will be finalised shortly through correspondence. The agreed list may be enlarged from time to time by mutual agreement.
(ii) Upto 20 parties may be allowed to visit from one country to the other every year. This number may be revised from time to time.
(iii) Every effort should continue to be made to ensure that places of religious worship mentioned in the agreed list are properly
maintained and their sanctity preserved.
(iv) Such visitors will be given Visitor Category visas.
Ministry of External Affairs
Government of India
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Government of Pakistan
Islamabad, September 14, 1974
Ministry of External Affairs, India