Every year before the start of the wheat harvesting season, Sikh Yatris visit Pakistan to perform their religious rituals for Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib at various gurdwaras of Baba Guru Nanak Dev G ( Besakhi Mela, Baisakhi Festival 2023 in Nankana Sahib)
Baisakhi Festival Celebration Date in Pakistan:
Baisakhi Mela celebrations will start on April 9 and continue till April 18. This year, 2856 Sikh Yatris from India were allowed to visit Baisakhi Mela in Pakistan for Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib
Baisakhi Mela celebrations:
Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib:
A large number of Sikh Yatris (men and women) from India and all over the world, visit Pakistan every year to perform spiritual rituals ( for Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib) in connection with the Baisakhi Mela celebrations, in which Sikh Yatris visit Gurdwara Hasan Abdal in Narowal and Gurdwara Janam Asthan Nankana Sahib. Also perform their religious rituals with great devotion and respect in Gurdwara Janam Asthan, where emergency cover is also provided to all Sikh Yatris on the Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib.
Emergency Covered for Sikh Yatris on Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib:
Where emergency cover is also provided to all Sikh pilgrims, hundreds of police personnel and rescuers are performing their duties day and night on Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib. District Emergency Officer, Punjab Emergency Service Department, Nankana Sahib “Muhammad Akram Panwar” has issued an emergency cover plan on behalf of Rescue 1122 on Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib 2023, he said. That the holidays of all rescue officers and rescuers have been restricted, and medical rescue camps, water rescue, and fire safety posts will be set up in Gurdwara Janmasthan during Celebration of Baisakhi Mela Nankana Sahib.
Along with this, an ambulance and fire vehicle will be present inside and outside the Gurdwara Janam Asthan to deal with any emergency situation. Finally, District Emergency Officer Mohammad Akram Panwar said that during the Baisakhi Mela with all the Sikh pilgrims, Levels behave courteously and rescuers perform their duties in a responsible manner to ensure timely assistance in case of any emergency.