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‘SGPC has not approved Punjabi movie Dastaan-e-Sirhind: Harbhajan Singh Vakta

Amritsar, November 23, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has clarified that no approval has been given by the Sikh body to run a film namely Dastaan-E-Sirhind.

SGPC spokesperson Harbhajan Singh Vakta issued an official statement saying that the SGPC takes a decision only after a thorough review of every aspect of any film related to Sikh history, hence no approval has been given to run the film Dastaan-E-Sirhind. He said the matter of Dastaan-E-Sirhind film is connected to the religious sentiments of Sangat, therefore, the SGPC is mindful.

The SGPC statement has been issued after receiving some questions about whether the Sikh body has given any approval to the said film or not.

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