Pakistani extremists want to eliminate Shaheedi Asthaan from Bhai Taru Singh ji, said Manjinder Singh Sirsa | Instant News


National spokesman Akali Dal Manjinder Singh Sirsa | Photo Credit: Twitter

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  • Shaheedi Asthaan from Bhai Taru Singh Ji is now claimed to be the site of the Shahid Ganj Mosque, Sirsa said.
  • Naughty extremist elements in Pakistan refuse to respect history, he said.
  • Warning such extremist elements and taking immediate action to save Shaheedi Asthaan from squatters, he appealed to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.

New Delhi: National spokesman Akali Dal Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that injustice was happening to the Sikh community as the site of the martyrdom of Bhai Taru Singh ji at Naulakha Bazaar in Lahore, Pakistan claimed to be the Shahid Ganj Mosque.

“Sikhs even when they are the most humanitarian community are called Goonda by rogue extremist elements in Pak who refuse to respect History,” Sirsa tweeted.

He appealed to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to warn extremist elements in Pakistan and take immediate action to save Shaheedi Asthaan from squatters. He said that this was against fundamental human rights, adding that no one could deny someone’s freedom to practice their religion.

Sirsa, who is also President, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, appealed to the Government of India and Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar to talk with their colleagues in Pakistan and ensure that Gurudwara remained safe and any conspiracy was hatched to create a mosque. something was thwarted.

“I hope that the Pakistani government will ensure that Gurudwara is safe and that there is no danger for the Sikh minority in Pakistan,” Sirsa appealed in a video post.

Recently, the government in Pakistan’s Balochistan province handed over a 200-year-old gurdwara to the Sikh community after a 73-year period. Sardar Jasbeer Singh, chair of the Sikh Community Committee in Balochistan, welcomed the move and described it as “a gift from the Balochistan government to Sikh communities living in the province”.

Earlier in February this year, the Balochistan government had handed over a 200-year-old temple in Zhob to the Hindu community. The temple has been converted into a government boys’ school, which has now been moved to another building.



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