SGPC Decision to stop Sikhs from visiting Nankana Sahib has hurt them
| Tuesday | 2nd March, 2021
Tribune News ServiceAmritsar March 1The SGPC organised a grand Gurmat Samagam (religious programme) at Habri village in Kaithal district of Haryana dedicated to the centenary of Saka Nankana Sahib when Gurdwara Nankana Sahib was liberated from mahants about 100 years ago.
The SGPC has been organising these programmes at different places dedicated to Saka Nankana Sahib and centenary of the establishment of SGPC to commemorate the contribution of Sikh leaders of the Gurdwara Reform Movement.
Whenever there was a calamity in the country the Sikhs rendered great services as per teachings of the gurus yet the present government has restricted the Sikhs from visiting their pious Shrine in Nankana Sahib without bothering about their religious sentiments”.
Jathedar Jhabbar's grandson Jograj Singh Jhabbar and prominent personalities were honoured on the occasion with siropao (robe of honour) and mementoes.
Members of SGPC executive committee Harbhajan Singh Masana Bhupinder Singh Assandh Jagsir Singh Mangeana Tejinderpal Singh Ladwa Bibi Arvinder Kaur Baba Sukha Singh Kar Sewa Karnal and other Sikh leaders from Haryana were present.
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