- CM Charanjit Singh Channi on Sunday encouraged individuals to keep up with collective amicability and regard and secure all strict focuses in the state.
- The man was pounded into the ground by a gathering of angry pioneers as individuals were removing him from the SGPC team.
A day later, the supposed heresy endeavor inside the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab boss pastor Charanjit Singh Channi on Sunday encouraged individuals to keep up with collective amicability and regard and secure all strict focuses in the state.
Channi visited the Golden Temple to consider the circumstance. Punjab vice president joined him to serve Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa.
Addressing journalists, Channi said a few “awful components” could be behind Saturday’s episode in front of the gathering races in Punjab one year from now. “Our organizations are directing a test,” the central clergyman added.
The Punjab government has shaped an extraordinary examination (SIT) to test the heresy endeavor. The SIT will be driven by Amritsar’s agent official of police (peace and lawfulness), and the report on the occurrence will be submitted in two days.
The police have enrolled an FIR under segments 295A and 307 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) against an obscure blamed for the purposeful and malevolent goal of shocking the strict sentiments and endeavor to kill.
Before Sunday, the right-hand official of police (ACP) Sanjeev Kumar said security game plans were made at the Golden Temple, and the circumstance was serene.
“Later the previous episode, we have made security game plans here (at Golden Temple). Numerous Sangats come at the end of the week… Albeit the circumstance is quiet, ACP Kumar told news organization ANI.
On Saturday evening, a 30-year-elderly person from Uttar Pradesh supposedly ventured inside the sanctum sanctorum of the Golden Temple, picked a sword, and arrived at the space where a minister discussed the heavenly Guru Granth Sahib.
The man was pounded into the ground by a gathering of angry pioneers as individuals were removing him from the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) team.