- Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi said there is no proof to propose a heresy offered in the state’s Kapurthala.
- He said he has full confidence in the individuals of Punjab and will overcome the accursed plans of those attempting to instigate pressure.
Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi said there is no proof to propose a heresy offered in the state’s Kapurthala, where a crowd blamed a man for attempting to eliminate a sacred banner the Sikhs at a gurdwara and pounded into the ground.
“In Kapurthala, there is no proof that heresy was finished. The matter is being examined… The FIR will be revised,” Charanjit Singh Channi said during Chandigarh’s question and answer session.
The unidentified man was pounded into the ground at Nizampur in the Kapurthala area for purportedly affronting the ‘Nishan Sahib’ at the town Gurudwara on December 19. Recordings of individuals whipping the one who purportedly endeavored heresy have circulated the web on the web.
GS Dhillon, assessor general of police (Jalandhar Range), has also said there was no apparent blasphemy as per their examination, and the police are researching the charges.
Authorities said on Thursday the examination of the unidentified man killed over supposed heresy in Kapurthala shows he was assaulted with a sharp weapon.
“It has been uncovered in the posthumous that he was assaulted over a sharp weapon prompting numerous wounds. There are north of 30 sharp cut blemishes on the body including neck, head, and hip,” chief senior clinical official (SMO) Dr. Narinder Singh was cited as saying by news organization ANI on Thursday.
“We have taken DNA tests for recognizable proof of the body,” he added.
The man was incinerated by the Municipal Corporation, later the posthumous.
The episode in Kapurthala occurred a day later; one more man has pounded into the ground at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, later a supposed blasphemy endeavor.
They have prompted a conflict of words in the survey-bound state, where heresy is an intense subject matter.
Later Channi’s question and answer session, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) public convener Arvind Kejriwal asserted there was a scheme behind the new instances of blasphemy and the blast in a court in Ludhiana.
The Delhi boss priest additionally said the “feeble government” administering Punjab has neglected to bear down.
“A couple of days prior, there were instances of heresy. Presently, there is an impact in Ludhiana. Such occurrences before surveys are being done under a scheme to vitiate the tranquil environment in the state.
It is the craftsmanship of a couple of individuals,” Kejriwal said during a collaboration with journalists in Amritsar.
He said he has full confidence in the individuals of Punjab and will overcome the accursed plans of those attempting to instigate pressure.
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