350th Birth Anniversary: Indian government approves two projects worth 670 million for Nanded

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NEW DELHI—In commemoration of 350th birth anniversary celebrations of tenth Sikh master Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the Union government of India has approved two projects worth Rupees 670 million to come up at historic town Nanded. Notably, Guru Gobind Singh Ji had spent last days of his physical journey on Earth in Nanded where Gurdwara Abchal Nagar (Takht Sri Hazoor Sahib) is situated now.

Rupees 450 million out of total 670 million will be spent on modernization of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Stadium while the rest amount of Rupees 250 million will be used to establish a new research outlet named Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Research Centre in Swami Ramanand Teerath Marathwada University.

Meanwhile, the Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Devender Fadnavis has thanked the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister for Cultural Affairs Mahesh Sharma for accepting request of Maharashtra State government for approving these projects.

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  1. If Sikhs want to save themselves they should refuse to take any help from the agents of RSS whose sole agenda is how to wipe us out

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