New Delhi. India has urged Pakistan to "show some flexibility" on the Kartarpur corridor and "reconsider" $20 per pilgrim service charge for using the cross-border corridor.
MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said that India had gone for the third round of high-level talks last week with an "open mind" to resolve all issues.
"That is where Pakistan kind of insisted that there has to be a fee of $20. It was not discussed. Since then, we have requested them that this is to be reconsidered. You can't charge somebody who is going on a pilgrimage," Kumar said.