Attack on Nankana Sahib Gurdwara: do protesters need more evidence of minority oppression in Pak? Asks Hardeep Puri
NEW DELHI: One day after a mafia attack on Nankana Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan, the Union minister sought to know on Saturday if those protesting across the country against the Citizenship (Amendment) (CAA) Law needed more evidence of the oppression of minorities in neighbors. country.
On Twitter, the Union's housing and urban affairs minister said the violent crowd that besieged the Nankana Sahib Gurdwara on Friday had threatened to change the name of the sacred place to.
Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, also known as Gurdwara Janam Asthan, is the site near Lahore in Pakistan where the first Guru of the Sikhs, Guru nanak , was born.
A violent mob attacked the gurdwara and threw it with stones on Friday.
The murderous mafia that besieged Sri Nankana Sahib has also threatened to change the name of this saint of saints ... https://t.co/rzMTOj4MrW - Hardeep Singh Puri (@HardeepSPuri) 1578129552000
The violent mob that beset Nankana Sahib Gurudwara has threatened to change the name of our sacred place to Ghulam-e-Mustafa. Those who oppose the CAA need more evidence of minority oppression in Pakistan, Puri said in a tweet in Hindi, along with a video showing a mafia threatening to change the name of the gurdwara.
Members of the (DSGMC) and Shiromani Akali Dal He organized a protest near the Pakistan High Commission on Saturday over the Mafia attack on Nankana Sahib Gurdwara.
According to the CAA, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, parsis and Christians who arrived in the country from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan until December 31, 2014, facing religious persecution in those nations, will not be treated as illegal immigrants, but they will be given Indian citizenship