The groundbreaking ceremony for the corridor to Kartarpur Sahib, one of the holiest shrines of Sikhs, was held in Pakistan today amid discord between the two nations over the SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) summit. Announcing that India will not participate in the meet which will be held in Pakistan, foreign minister Sushma Swaraj said Islamabad has to do more for dialogues to begin. "The dialogue is not connected with only Kartarpur corridor... The moment Pakistan stops terrorist activities in India, the dialogue can start," she said. India is being represented at today's event near Lahore by two Union ministers. Punjab minister Navjot Sidhu also attended the event. "Mera yaar, dildaar, Imran Khan jive (may my friend Imran Khan thrive, live. He has been a good friend and delivered his promise," Mr Sidhu said today. The former cricketer earlier called the Pakistan Prime Minister "an angel" for giving a green signal to the corridor, which has been on the wishlist of India's Sikhs for long.