This Pakistani Female Commando Guarding Sikhs who visited NANKANA SAHIB deserves

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A Pakistani female commando was spotted at Wagah railway station, standing guard as Indian Sikhs boarded the train to visit Nankana Sahib on the auspicious occasion of Gurpurab. Several hundred Sikh pilgrims took a special train to arrive in Pakistan to attend the three-day long festivity commemorating 547th birthday of Guru Nanak.

At a time when India is grappling with the menace of intolerance, this photograph shows how humanity knows no communal discord.

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As Daily Pakistan reported, the message behind this powerful image is twofold. First, it breaks through the threshold that divides India and Pakistan on religion.

While it comes as a surprise for most of us, a woman Pakistani guard deserves as much respect as any male commando should.

And hats off to Pakistan for taking a giant step towards upholding communal tolerance.

~ Source- IndiaTimes

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