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SGPC President Dhami condemns disrespect of Gutka Sahib in Bathinda

Amritsar, May 17, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
SGPC President Advocate S. Harjinder Singh has taken strict notice of disrespect of Gurbani’s holy Gutka Sahib and Pothis by throwing the angs (limbs) from a tower situated on Multania road in Bathinda. He said he has asked the SGPC’s area member Bibi Joginder Kaur and manager of Gurdwara Haji Rattan, Bathinda to lodge a police complaint against the accused people.

In a press statement issued from the SGPC office, Advocate S. Harjinder Singh said that those who commit disrespect of Gurbani should not be spared in any case and the government should take action against the culprits who committed this deplorable crime. He said SGPC has lodged a complaint in this case to the police.

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