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Attack on Pakistan’s Nankana Sahib triggers protests in India

New Delhi/Islamabad: The assault on the Nankana Sahib Gurdwara, the birthplace of Guru Nanak, in Pakistan has triggered protests amongst Sikhs in India.

Whereas a number of Sikh teams have been to protest outdoors Pakistan Excessive Commissioner in New Delhi on Saturday to sentence the assault, Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to boost the problem together with his counterpart in Islamabad Imran Khan since Sikh minorities within the nation have been feeling extraordinarily unsafe and insecure.

On Friday, the Gurdwara was attacked by an enormous Muslim mob whereas Sikh devotees have been caught contained in the shrine.

The mob that had gathered outdoors raised communal and hateful slogans towards the minority neighborhood and pelted stones on the shrine, movies circulated on social media confirmed.

Pakistani sources mentioned the mob was led by the household of Mohammed Hassan, the person who had kidnapped and transformed a sick woman Jagjit Kaur, to protest police motion towards him.

The Nankana Saheb assault is violative of the 1955 Pant-Mirza Settlement beneath which India and Pakistan are obliged “to make every effort to ensure that the places of worship” visited by members of their international locations “are properly maintained and their sanctity preserved.”

In a late night time media briefing, Pakistan’s Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee President Satpal Singh on behalf of the Sikh neighborhood requested the federal government to behave towards the hooligans to revive peace.

In an official assertion, India strongly condemned the destruction and desecration of the holy shrine.

India has known as upon Pakistan to take instant steps to make sure security safety and welfare of the Sikh neighborhood.

 

(IANS)

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