Talking to reporters here, Badal said, "We will follow in letter and spirit the edict of Sri Akal Takht Sahib regarding the Dera Sacha Saud on this matter."
He was answering queries about Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar's challenge to him to clarify his stand on the matter. Jakhar had declared that the Congress would not seek support from the Dera Sacha Sauda followers.
Punjab has 13 parliamentary seats and it will go to polls in a single phase on May 19.
On Thursday's Indo-Pak meeting on Katrapur Sahib corridor, Badal accused Pakistan of creating "hurdles intentionally".
Asking Pakistan not to put restrictions and conditions on the entry of pilgrims, the former Punjab deputy chief minister said Pakistan should follow liberal attitude shown by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in respecting the Sikh sentiments.
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