Statement of uprooting Gurdwaras during BJP rally at Tijara in Rajasthan is highly condemnable – Harjinder Singh Dhami

The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) President Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami has taken notice of the statement about ‘uprooting Gurdwara Sahibs upon forming government’, during a political rally of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at Tijara in Rajasthan, and condemned the same in strong words.

Harjinder Singh Dhami said, that Gurdwara Sahibs are established all over the world today to promote the principle of Sarbat Da Bhala (welfare of all), blessed by Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the first Sikh Guru. He said that the Gurdwaras have always helped the distressed and the needy. Whenever there is a calamity in the country and abroad, Gurdwaras and Sikh bodies have always been at the forefront and served humanity without any discrimination.

Further, he added, that the hate statement about Gurudwara Sahibs during the rally was a conspiracy of BJP leaders to defeat the holy thought of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, which was done in the old times also. He said that now again this tendency is being deliberately propped up in the country.

Sri Guru Nanak Dev had brought the country and the society out of the narrow-mindedness and gave the message of Sarbat Da Bhala, but today the BJP leaders are again moving towards the same thinking. He said that the doors of Gurdwaras are always open to everyone and such a small-minded conspiracy of BJP leaders can never succeed.

The SGPC President said that at the time of this BJP rally, the Chief Minister (CM) of Uttar Pradesh (UP) Shri Yogi Adityanath was also present on the stage, and it was his responsibility to oppose such hateful statement on the spot. But it is sad that even as the CM of a state; Shri Adityanath has also become a part of this phenomenon.

He said that history is a witness that the Congress also attacked Sikh shrines under the same thinking and today the BJP is also seen walking on the same path. The SGPC President said that

For the anti-Sikh statement during the rally in Rajasthan, including the UP CM Shri Adityanath, the organizer of the rally and the person who made the statement should immediately apologize to the Sikh community and the Bharatiya Janata Party should also clarify its position in this regard, the SGPC President said

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