It has been reported that a person attacked the Gurdwara causing severe vandalism and in the process, also caused sacrilege to Guru Granth Sahib Saroops. Although the person is said to have been drunk at the time of the incident, the details of the occurrences suggest this to be a well-planned attack. Along with the place where parkash of Guru Granth Sahib is done, the sukhasan room was also vandalized. At least four saroops were thrown on the floor.
Baba Amar Singh, who has done seva at this historical Gurdwara for over 50 years stated that this incident took place when no other sevadar was present at the Gurdwara. Baba Amar Singh was out for langar when this person entered the Gurdwara premises and caused havoc.
Nearby villagers were at once informed and, after reaching the spot, handed the man to police. Police identified the suspect as Jinder “Singh” son of Nacchatar Singh of village Surghuri.
The sangat of the Gurdwara Sahib blamed the Gurdwara management for the sacrilege asking why no sevadars were present when parkash of Guru Granth Sahib was done. The case has been registered by the police and Sri Akal Takht Sahib has been notified as well of the sacrilege.