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Case against Sant Bhindranwale's picture is unbearable: Sant Giani Harnam Singh Khalsa

AMRIK SINGH | May 14, 2022 07:59 PM

AMRITSAR: The head of Damdami Taksal and president of Sant Samaj Sant Giani Harnam Singh Khalsa took stern notice of registration of a case against Sikhs for taking a picture of Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale during Nagar Kirtan at Ganganagar in Rajasthan. He demanded immediate dismissal of case.

Talking about the growing protests in the Sikh community, he said that the governments and the police need to get to the bottom of the matter before filing a case against the Sikh representatives without any reason.

He said that illegal cases were being registered against Sikhs and Sikh institutions in Rajasthan. Even asking Guru Granth Sahib to appear in court cannot be tolerated in any way.

The Damdami Taksal chief said that Gursahib Singh Happy, a resident of Giaranji in some districts of Ganganagar, was playing a prank to destroy the Sikh doctrines, which if not taken care of by the Ganganagar administration, could worsen the situation in the state. An act contrary to the GurMaryada has already come to light like this person placing the holy form of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji on the Pirkhana made in the house. There is now a huge outcry in the Sikh community against the so-called organization for filing a case against a number of people including Tejinderpal Singh Timma over a picture of Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale in a Nagar Kirtan.

He said that Sikh community considers Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa as their role model. Against whom no case has been registered several times including evidence.

He said that if the administration did not understand the seriousness of the matter then the situation could get worse.

He emphasized that targeting Sikh personalities without any reason for any incident, creating suspicion and hatred towards Sikhs would only strengthen the sense of isolation among Sikhs. It would not be in the interest of the country to give communal color to any issue.

He asked the Rajasthan government and the police administration to refrain from creating an atmosphere of fear and take action against the mischievous elements involved in spreading hatred.

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