AMRITSAR: The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) on Sunday started an ‘Akand Trail’ (uninterrupted recitation of the holy scripture) to precise regret over the alleged sacrilege try on the Golden Temple right here.
SGPC president Harjinder Singh used to be provide firstly of the ‘Akhand Trail’ on the Gurdwara Manji Sahib Diwan Corridor.
He stated the alleged sacrilege try which happened on Saturday night on the Golden Temple has brought about deep psychological and religious anguish to all of the Sikh neighborhood.
“The governments must divulge the conspiracy in the back of this incident. If such incidents aren’t stopped, then the governments can be liable for the deteriorating surroundings within the state,” Singh stated.
The SGPC president additionally condemned the try to allegedly dedicate sacrilege at a gurdwara in Kapurthala district.
An unidentified guy used to be crushed to dying in Kapurthala on Sunday after being accused of “disrespecting” the Sikh spiritual flag at a gurdwara in Nizampur village.
In the meantime, Punjab Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on Sunday condemned the alleged sacrilege makes an attempt on the Golden Temple in Amritsar and at a gurdwara in Kapurthala, pronouncing conspiracies are being hatched to disturb peace within the state.
He additionally stated “planned and malicious acts” supposed to outrage spiritual emotions must be handled deterrent punishment.
“Punjab is constructed on sturdy basis of Oneness & common brotherhood laid down by means of Guru Sahib. No divisive forces can break sturdy social cloth of Punjabi Neighborhood. Planned & malicious acts supposed to outrage spiritual emotions must be handled deterrent punishment,” Sidhu stated in a tweet.
Previous, addressing a public assembly in Malerkotla district, he stated, “Even these days, conspiracies are being hatched to disturb peace in Punjab.”
The cricketer-turned-politician stated the ones thinking about any incident of sacrilege must be awarded the utmost punishment.
“If any incident of sacrilege takes position — be it of the Quran Sharif, the Bhagavad Gita or the Guru Granth Sahib — the culprits must be publicly hanged, must be given the utmost punishment underneath the Charter as a result of such incidents harm our sentiments.
“Any individual could make a mistake, however this isn’t a mistake, this can be a conspiracy to weaken and end the society,” he stated.
Two unidentified males have been crushed to dying in Amritsar and Kapurthala once they allegedly tried to dedicate sacrilege.