Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari is likely to visit Ajmer on April 8 to pay obeisance at the famous Sufi shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. A request for a "private visit" by the President has been forwarded to the Indian side though a final date for the trip is yet to be set, sources in the Pakistan government told. However, sources in Delhi said that the visit is likely to take place on April 8. The Pakistani sources said that the government has kept Zardari's planned visit to the famous 13th century shrine in Ajmer in Rajasthan under wraps as it is intended to be a "purely private" matter. "The visit is supposed to be devoid of political or diplomatic content but since it involves the President, the possibility of some meetings with Indian leaders cannot be ruled out," said a source familiar with the plans for the visit.