Communication creates misunderstanding between the Pakistan and India chapter of World Punjabi Congress | India News


AMRITSAR: Owing to the misunderstanding and lack of communication between the Indian and Pakistani chapters of the World Punjabi Congress , the Pak delegates kept on waiting for their Indian counterparts for the scheduled 4 days 32nd Waris Shah International Conference on Peace and Literature which was to be inaugurated at Lahore on Tuesday.
Chairman, of the World Punjabi Congress, and former Pak minister Fakhar Zaman informed that they had extended an invitation for the 32nd Waris Shah International Conference on Peace and Literature to the members of the Indian chapter of the World Punjabi Congress but no one arrived on Tuesday.
“All I was told is that they didn’t get permission, “ said Fakhar Zaman.
However, sources here informed that the Conference was postponed to February and there was some confusion with the Pak chapter owing to a communication gap.
Chairman World Punjabi Congress further informed that the inauguration of the Conference was scheduled to be held on December 27 at Pak Heritage Hotel, Lahore.
On December 28 sessions on Fine Arts and Peace and Sufism and Peace were to be held while on on December 29, discussion on the role of international organisations in the promotion of peace was to be held along with cultural programme etc. He further informed that on December 30th the delegates were to visit Gurdwara Nankana Sahib.
Sources at the Attari international border informed that none of the Indian delegates arrived at the border for crossing over to Pakistan.


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