Attack on Gurdwara Nankana Sahib: Harsimrat Badal attacks Congress for opposing CAA

NEW DELHI: After the attack in Pakistan, the minister of the Union, Harsimrat Badal, criticized Congress on Friday and the leader of the Punjab, Captain. Amarinder Singh for opposing the Citizens Amendment Act, which grants citizenship to persecuted minorities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

the Shiromani Akali Dal The (SAD) leader was tweeting after the desecration of Gurdwara Nanakana Sahib near Lahore on Friday.

Persecution of minorities in Pakistan is a reality. Today’s attack on Gurdwara Sri Nankana Sahib has shown its horrible face. I want to ask Captain Amarinder Singh and the Congress how can they oppose PM Narendra Modi The noble humanitarian gesture of giving rights to these persecuted minorities! , tweeted Harsimrat Badal.

the SAD leader also urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and external affairs minister S Jaishankar to intervene and ensure the safety of the Sikh community living in Pakistan.

Tras la noticia del ataque, la India emitió un comunicado condenando the actos desenfrenados de destrucción y profanación del lugar sagrado .

" the minority Sikhs have been subjected to acts of violence in the city, the birthplace of Guru Nanak, following the abduction and conversion of Sikh girl Jagjit Kaur," New Delhi said in a statement.

the mob that attacked the gurdwara was led by Mohammad Imran, the brother of Mohammad Hassan, the man the abducted girl was forcibly married to. the attackers were angry with Jagjit’s brother Manmohan Singh for lodging a police complaint. the besieged Sikhs were threatened that they would be evicted. A clearly shaken Manmohan Singh told TOI over the phone, “They have attacked Gurdwara Nankana Sahib and we are either confined to our homes or in gurdwaras.”

Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh also condemned the incident. In a tweet, Singh appealed to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to ensure that the devotees stranded at the gurdwara are rescued from the mob. SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take up the issue with his Pakistani counterpart.