For free religious trips Punjab Government is initiating Mukh Mantri Tirath Darshan Yatra Scheme in which people from 117 assembly district of the state can visit to religious places.
From 1 January to execute this scheme first train will go from Amritsar Attari station to Nanded (Hazur Sahib) which is situated in Maharashtra. This religious tour is of six days in which pilgrims will get free food, accommodation and all this facilities are offered by state government.
First train will be flagged of by Sukhbir Singh Badal who is deputy chief minister and each train will carry more than 1,000 disciples. And he also said that he will start eight trains from various areas of Punjab for this religious tour.