Minister for Economic Affairs Hammad Azhar said that the centre was taking up the matter with provincial governments for setting up of Sasta Bazaars and effective use of magistracy system.
India's August 5 decision evoked strong reactions from Pakistan, which downgraded diplomatic ties.
Two Indians, including one from Hyderabad, have been arrested for illegally entering Pakistan through the Cholistan desert in Bahawalpur district.
The former Punjab minister and cricketer said that Pakistan PM Imran Khan has made history with his contributions in making the opening of the corridor possible.
Khan welcomed the first batch of the Indian Sikh pilgrims who entered Pakistan through the corridor which links Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan.
Punjab police spokesperson Niyab Haider Naqvi said that more policemen are taking training and they will also join the first batch in coming days.
Government sources said that if there is a change in Pakistan's passport requirement, the agreement has to be amended.
The visiting Sikhs will also be the part of the historic opening of the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9.
Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Ali Amin Gandapur's rhetorics on Kashmir issue comes at a time when Pakistan has been snubbed globally over the matter.
An immigration hall has been built at Zero-Point, four kilometres away from Darbar Sahib, to facilitate the pilgrims.
India has taken up the issue of denial of overflight clearance with the International Civil Aviation Organisation and will continue to do so in such cases.
Though there was no immediate comment from the Indian Army to Asif Ghafoor's statement, a senior official said the Indian Army does not react to blatant lies and outlandish allegations.
India and Pakistan on Thursday signed the agreement on the Kartarpur Corridor that will allow Indian pilgrims to undertake a visa-free visit to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib.
The US has also sought immediate release of all political detainees in Kashmir as it asked Pakistan to take 'sustained and irreversible' steps against militants.
Requesting anonymity, a senior State Department official said that the US will continue to encourage an atmosphere that will allow for constructive dialogue.