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‘Beadbi’ of Gutka Sahib in Sangrur village, SGPC Chief Dhami condemns sacrilege

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Amritsar, January 13, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
SGPC President S. Harjinder Singh Dhami has strongly condemned the incident of beadbi at Bhattiwal village near Sangrur. He said the people committing sacrilege of Gurbani are intentionally spoiling the environment of the state and the government should take strict action against them.

He said as per the information the incident at Bhattiwal Kalan village is related to beadbi of a Gutka Sahib kept at samadhs built in the fields there.

SGPC President appealed to the Sangat not to commit such a mistake to maintain the reverence of Gurbani. He said when the incident of beadbi comes to light, the sentiments of the Sangat are hurt.

Therefore, the Sangat should consciously understand their responsibility so that such incidents do not occur.

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