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Sikh block roads in Punjab’s Malwa region

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Chandigarh, Oct 18 (The News)

Sikh nonconformists kept on blocking streets in Punjab’s Malwa locale on Sunday to challenge against the contamination of Guru Granth Sahib, the heavenly sacred text of Sikh religion.The barricade, be that as it may, was diminished to one area in every region from Sunday rather than a few areas.

Challenge pioneers said the street bar would be from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. with the goal that conventional individuals, especially driv

rs, don’t endure much inconvenience.The dissenters conveyed dark banners and notices and displayed swords and sticks.

The bar, in the previous week, had influenced life in Malwa area. The most noticeably bad hit were Moga, Faridkot and Bathinda areas, police said.The challenges, called by radical Sikh gatherings, are against the profaning of the Guru Granth Sahib. The dissenters need activity against those included in the despoiling.

A “bir” was profaned in Bargari town, 15 km from Kotkapura, prompting pressure on October 12. More than 100 pages of the Sikh sacred book were discovered scattered on a road close to a gurdwara. The heavenly book had been stolen from a gurdwara in June.

No less than two individuals were killed and almost 70 harmed, including police authorities, on Wednesday in conflicts in the middle of police and Sikhs close Kotkapura town in Faridkot locale, 230 km from here.The two casualties are yet to be cremated.

In Amritsar, Punjab Ch

hief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday offered requests to God at ‘Harmandar Sahib’, famously known as Golden Temple, for peace and common harmony.Congress pioneer Amarinder Singh on Saturday went by the two’s groups individuals killed in police terminating.

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