NEW DELHI: An agreement between India and Pakistan over the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor is unlikely to be signed on Wednesday, sources told ANI.
Earlier both the sides had confirmed that the agreement would be signed on October 23.
However, the sources have not confirmed the next date for the agreement signing.
India had earlier said that there was "agreement" between New Delhi and Islamabad on all other issues except the matter of service fee to be charged from Indian pilgrims.
From the very start, Pakistan has been insisting on levying a fee of $20 each pilgrim visiting Kartarpur Sahib gurdwara through the corridor.
However, the Indian side has urged the Islamic nation to not charge the proposed fee.
Earlier in the day, Dawn quoted Pakistan foreign office spokesperson Mohammed Faisal saying that the issue of service charge has been resolved.
The corridor will facilitate visa-free movement of Indian pilgrims, who will have to just obtain a permit to visit Kartarpur Sahib, which was established in 1522 by Sikh faith founder Guru Nanak Dev.
The corridor will also be the first visa-free corridor between the two neighbours, Dunya News had reported.
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