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PM Modi called for early Kartarpur Corridor operationalisation in letter to Imran Khan: MEA

IndiaTimes Thursday, 20 June 2019
PM Modi, in a letter written in response to a congratulatory message by his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan, has called for "early operationalisation of the Kartarpur corridor which is functional all the year round", according the Ministry of External Affairs.
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