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The Sanghats should be careful and take care of the Gurdwara Sahibs: Giani Raghbir Singh

Amritsar: Respected Singh Sahib Giani Raghbir Singh Jathedar Sri Akal Takht Sahib ji, taking strict notice of the desecration of the Holy Guru Granth Sahib Ji by a child at Mehta Chowk near Sadarang Village, has ordered the Sangat to be alert and visit the Gurudwara. Sahib ji should be taken care of.

It should also be ensured that a Singh must be present at the Gurdwara Sahib and the government should also take strict action against the perpetrators of this incident, so that no element can do this in the future.

Singh Sahib ji ordered the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and said that immediately from the place of this incident, the body of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji should be buried in a nearby safe Gurdwara Sahib with respect, because the managers of such Gurdwara Sahibs who are Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji If they cannot maintain the service of Guru Sahib Ji, then they are not even authorized to keep the form of Guru Sahib Ji.

A serious case of desecration of Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji has come to light in Sadarang village of Batala. On Monday morning at around 8:30 am, a 12-year-old boy was captured on CCTV while desecrating the image of Shri Guru Granth Sahib. It is alleged that he tore the body parts of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. After receiving the information, senior police officers reached the spot. There is a lot of anger among the people regarding this whole incident.

The entire incident of blasphemy has been captured in the CCTV installed inside the Guru Ghar. A 12-year-old child is seen committing blasphemy in Gurdwara Sahib of Sadarang village. The child seen in the video comes to Tabian and after tearing off a limb, keeps it there and walks out of the Gurdwara Sahib. The child was wearing a light yellow T-shirt and an orange colored handkerchief was tied on his head.

The maiden meeting of the newly constituted 11-member executive of the SGPC held here today called for a meeting of Sikh scholars and lawyers on the issue of ‘Bandi Singhs’ to be held in Chandigarh on November 25. The members will form the next strategy on the issue in the meeting.

Addressing the mediapersons after the meeting, Harjinder Singh Dhami, SGPC president, said they had raised voice against the violation of human rights and injustice being done with ‘Bandi Singhs’, but it did not move the government to release them.

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