Amritsar-The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) right now began a joint protest in opposition to the disrespect and taking pictures by the police at Gurdwara Akal Bunga Sahib Chhauni Nihang Singhan within the current previous at Sultanpur Lodhi.
In the protest began exterior Gurdwara Sri Akal Bunga Sahib at Sultanpur Lodhi, the speaker severely criticized the Punjab authorities led by Chief Minister (CM) Bhagwant Mann and mentioned that by desecrating the holy Sikh shrine, the federal government has damage Sikh sentiments. Today, on the primary day, a jatha led by Baljit Singh Jalalusma, SGPC member from Baba Bakala Sahib constituency participated within the protest in opposition to the Aam Aadmi Party-led authorities of Punjab.
On this event, former common secretary of SGPC Bhai Gurcharan Singh Grewal, member Bhai Manjit Singh, Baljit Singh Jalalusma, Jarnail Singh Dogranwala, Bibi Gurpreet Kaur Ruhi, constituency in-charge Captain Harminder Singh whereas talking mentioned that the Congress had carried out an atrocious act of assault on shrines in 1984. Today, the federal government of Punjab can be following the identical path. They mentioned CM Bhagwant Mann had issued an order to the police and had completed a painful act of disrespect at Gurdwara Akal Bunga Sahib Chhauni Nihung Singhan, which damage the emotions of the Sikh Sangat. The peak of the anti-Sikh phenomenon is that the CM ignored the Sikh resentment and didn’t even open his mouth after the assault by police. Talking about intensifying this protest through the subsequent day, the audio system mentioned that CM Mann must take accountability for disrespect contained in the Gurdwara Sahib.
On this event, SGPC further secretary Tajinder Singh Padda, supervisor Jarnail Singh, Mohan Singh Kang Baba Bakala, Nirmal Singh, Ranjit Singh Seron, Rajinder Singh Lidhar, Kirpal Singh, Balwinder Singh Cheema Bath, Gurjinder Singh Sathyala, Major Singh, Sarabjit Singh, Gurdev Singh, Bakhshish Singh Baba Bakala, Gurcharan Singh, Dilbag Singh, Karam Singh and others have been current.