"What is all this fuss about Zardari's visit? We will have to close our shops for five hours. It's a huge loss to us," said Khursheed Alam, a shopkeeper.
Mohammad Nasrul, a readymade garments shopkeeper has been quoted as saying,"The ties between India and Pakistan will not become any good if they force us shut our shops. I not against Zardari's visit but why do we have to suffer?"
"I don't understand these high profile visits. Just because of Zardari's, visit thousands of devotees who have come from outside will not be able to enter the dargah. What will they do during these five hours?" said a tea stall vendor.
Meanwhile, Zardari will visit Ajmer along with his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Rehman Malik Interior Minister and other member of delegation. They will stay in the dargah for 35 minutes.