LAHORE - Around 5,000 Sikh yatrees Friday arrived here at the Wagha Railway Station by two special trains to attend the 542th birth anniversary Baba Guru Nanak. The yatrees left for Nankana Sahib after their arrival from India under high security to attend the three days religious ceremonies. The senior officials of Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) and Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) received them with warm welcome. Palki (palanquin), the main feature of the celebrations will be held at Janamasthan (Nankana Sahib) on November 21 (tomorrow). The Sikh yatrees will visit Sacha Sauda (Farooqabad). On November 22, they will leave for Punja Sahib (Hassan Abdal). On November 25, they will visit Dera Sahib Lahore and on November 26 they will visit Dera Rohri Sahib Aimanabad and Kirtarpur, Shakargarh. The yatrees will return to India on November 28. The government has made strict security arrangements for them, besides the arrangements made by the customs, railways, immigration and other departments to facilitate them. The yatrees while speaking to media expressed their satisfaction over the arrangements made by the government for them. Meanwhile, Pakistan Railways has operated three special trains to facilitate the Sikh pilgrims on the occasion of Baba Guru Nanaks birth anniversary. The pilgrims reached Nankana on special trains, which departed from Karachi Cantt, Larkana and Jacobabad via Rohri, Khanpur and Khanewal. The trains will leave Nankana to take the pilgrims back on November 22.