Hooliganism in Gurdwara: Pak board given clean chit


Talking to The Tribune, Parmjit Singh Sarna, president of the DSGMC, said he would also visit the gurdwara on August 29. He alleged that the matter was being exploited out of proportion and the reports of hooliganism on the gurdwara premises were found baseless. He said the PETPB was contemplating creating a common path on the pattern of Gurdwara Sis Ganj and Sunehri Masjid, New Delhi.

On the other hand, Bishan Singh, president of the PSGPC, said Sikhs were not being discriminated against at the gurdwara. He claimed that the Pir was buried on the gurdwara premises and the Sikhs and Muslims had been visiting it for many years. However, he said the act by the hooligans was illegal and not supported by the PETPB. Bishan also opposed the painting of one of the gurdwara domes green.

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