ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday wishing the Sikh community a joyful Baisakhi said the government had granted special permission to Sikh diaspora and Indian pilgrims to visit their holy sites in Pakistan. “We have granted Sikh Diaspora and Indian Yatrees special permission to visit their holy Gurdwaras in Pakistan & attend the Baisakhi rituals,” the prime minister said in a tweet. Wishing our Sikh community a happy Baisakhi festival. We have granted Sikh Diaspora & Indian Yatrees special permission to visit their holy Gurdwaras in Pak & attend the Baisakhi rituals. They will be facilitated with Langar, transport & accommodation under strict Covid protocols — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) April 14, 2021 The prime minister said the visitors would be facilitated with free meals (Langar), transport and accommodation under strict COVID-19 protocols. Celebrated among Sikhs and Hindus, Baisakhi is a spring harvest festival that is celebrated on the 13th or 14th of April every year.