'Best Symbol Of Peace': UN Chief Antonio Guterres At Kartarpur Sahib

UN Chief Antonio Guterres at Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan. (AFP)


United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres on Tuesday stated the opening of the Kartarpur Sahib Hall is a sensible instance of Pakistan’s want for peace and inter-faith concord, as he visited the revered Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, the ultimate resting place of Guru Nanak Dev, the founding father of Sikhism.

The Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbhandhik Committee and Evacuee Belief Property Board officers obtained the UN Secretary Common at Kartarpur Sahib, some 125kms from Lahore. A Sikh boy introduced him a bouquet. He was additionally served langar.

Speaking to reporters, Mr Guterres stated the Kartarpur Hall is a sensible instance of Pakistan’s want for peace and inter-faith concord. He stated the opening of the hall is an effective step and it’ll promote tolerance and interfaith concord.

“It is a very emotional second… and I can’t be right here with out having a really robust feeling. It’s great to see interfaith dialogue. It’s great to see in the identical shrine at the moment Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, possibly Hindus — all worshipping in concord and in peace”.

He additional stated that is one of the best image that “we can provide for a world in peace and for a world in which there’s a mutual respect and there’s the acceptance of what’s completely different – recognising that variety is a blessing, is richness, not a menace.

“After we see so many elements of the world preventing within the title of faith, it’s a necessity to say that religions unite us for peace and one of the best image is that this shrine,” he stated.

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