Indian pilgrims on Pak tour urge Imran Khan govt to increase visas

Lahore: A group of 87 Hindu pilgrims from India visited the Loh temple here Tuesday and urged the Imran khan government to increase the number of visas that are assigned to Indians so that more people can visit their religious sites located in Pakistan.

The Loh or Lava temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Luv, the son of Lord Ram. It is located at Lahore Fort. According to legend, Lahore is named after him. The temple was restored by the authorities in 2018.

The group of pilgrims arrived here last week to visit their holy sites in Punjab province.

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