British Sikh Association and Pakistan based multinational company Hashoo Group has signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop and build infrastructure at the Kartarpur Corridor, speculating business and commercial prospects at the vicinity o the Corridor. Though details of the MOU was not available or public, it is assumed the Sikh bodies of United Kingdom is all in for heavy investment.
Renowned entrepreneur Rami Nangar signed the MOU on behalf of the British Sikh Association and deputy chairman of the Hashoo Group, Murtaza Haswani acted on behalf of the company. The event was organised by Labour MP Yasmin Qureshi, attended by prominent personalities like Gurmail Singh Malhi, president of the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Southall, London, ambassador Hameed Kidwai and Hashoo Group’s chief commercial officer, Steven Henderson and Gurmail Singh Malhi, president, ri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Southall.
Rami Ranger, chairman of the award-winning company Sun Mark Ltd, speaking on the event praised the Pakistani Prime minister Imran Khan and his Indian Counterpart Narendra Modi for their steps taken in making the Kartarpur Corridor a reality on ground.
The speeches of Ranger and ambassador Hameed Kidwai hinted that Britain’s Sikh organisations and Pakistan’s leading business houses are committed in developing not only the Kartarpur Corridor, but will also work jointly in developing other sikh religious sites in Pakistan for sikh pilgrims.