SSridhar wrote:Sikh Council Gives 5 day deadline to Government for arrest of desecration suspects - DAWNKARACHI: The Pakistan Sikh Council has warned the government that the community will launch a countrywide protest movement if the all the culprits who had desecrated their holy book, Guru Granth Sahib, are not arrested by May 31.
Giving details of the incidents in which the copy of their holy book was burnt, he said that the incidents were reported from Dal Darbar in Pano Aqil, Guru Nanak Darbar Mehar in Dadu district, Samadha Ashram, Sajal Sher Jhulelal Darbar and Khatwari Darbar in Shikarpur district. Only this month, similar incidents were reported from Bhagnari Temple in Karachi’s Lea Market and Jai Ram Das Darbar in Madheji, Shikarpur, on May 6 and 7, respectively.
There is a sustained effort by ISI to show Hindus as the culprits of Granth Saheb Ji's burning across Pakiland.Hindus & Sikhs in Pakiland are being made to fight like dogs against each other .
News as reported in Paki rags for similar burnings in 2013
SHIKARPUR/KARACHI: A huge rift over the alleged desecration of a holy book was averted in Shikarpur after two groups belonging to the Hindu and Sikh minorities reached a compromise.
However, the Sikhs, who are a smaller minority in Shikarpur, reported being threatened by local Hindus in the area.
The incident caused an uproar after Sikh students shared pictures of a recently held four-day mela (festival) in Jai Samadha Ashram in Shikarpur where the head of the Hindu temple was seen holding the Guru Granth Sahib (Holy book of Sikhs) bare-headed.
But in others, he was photographed drawing signs and symbols on the holy book.
The temple, housing both Geeta and Guru Granth Sahib for decades, is the most frequented place of worship for both religious communities.
In the pictures that circulated on social networking site Facebook, the head of the temple, Swami Saeen Narayan Bhajan, a young man in his late 20s, is seen signing the scripture after drawing a symbol belonging to the Hindu faith.
Within an hour, the pictures created a furor among Sikh residents in the area, who then contacted their local representatives. Eventually, the pictures reached the chairman of the Pakistan Sikh Council, Sardar Ramesh Singh, who led a 22-member team to Shikarpur to sort out the matter.
“Young men were ready to fight and kill each other if we hadn't reached in time,” he narrated while giving an interview on phone.
Singh, who was shown the pictures, said “coloured pen was used to create drawings of Hindu God Ganesha on a few pages” which angered many in the community.
The matter was resolved after Swami Narayan Bhajan admitted his mistake and apologised to the community elders, adding that he did not intend any disrespect.
Tara Singh, head of the Pakistan Sikh Gurdhwara Prabandhak (Managing) Committee, said that they want peace to prevail between the two communities.
“We don’t want the situation to get out of hand. And believe in forgive and forget,” he added.
However, Singh said that, some of the families who informed the elders about the incident later received text messages threatening them for “publicising the incident to gain attention,” causing panic within the community.
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A telephone quote from back then
Back in Sep 2013
Former president of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSPGC) Bishan Singh who is also chairman of Baba Guru Nanak Welfare Society, Pakistan told TOI over phone from Lahore on Saturday that there were certain elements who wanted to create a rift between the Sikhs and Hindus by resorting to such incidents.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 217912.cms
Now Below Propagandu coinciding with the most recent burnings
Paki Propagandu wrote:
The Pakistan Sikh Council has also alleged that the copies of sacred Sikh Scripture have been burnt, and torn off in Hindu temples in Mehhar, Pano Aqil, Sukkur, Mirpur Mathelo and Shikarpur cities. The fact is that attacks on the Sikh faith by Hindus have been ongoing for years in order to show Sikhs to be a part of Hinduism.
Indian supported Hindu temples in Sindh are trying to subjugate the Sikh identity by placing Sikh Scripture in the Hindu temples. They are trying to establish that the Sikhs had no separate identity of their own. This is obviously not acceptable to the Sikhs as the Sikh community has become reform oriented and politically aware, thinking that without a distinct identity and its acknowledgement by others, the Sikh community would be subsumed by the Hindu community and suffer politically, economically, socially and in the field of religion.
Paki online propagandu source>> hxxp://www.betaarticle.com/general/paki ... ani-sikhs/
Massa has given the go ahead and Pakis are itching for a fight is all i can feel.Both in Afghanistan and across the border into Kashmir and Punjab heat is going to come.