SGPC Announces Memorial For Sikh Army Men Who Rebelled After 1984 Attack

AMRITSAR SAHIB, Punjab—The SGPC has announced the construction of a memorial, dedicated to martyred Sikh army men who rebelled against the India and left their barracks at protest of the armed attack on the holiest Sikh shrine, Sri Harmandar Sahib in Amritsay, during June of 1984.

Interacting with media on July 16, Prof. Badungar stated that the project will be deliberated upon in the executive meeting of SGPC on July 28. He said that the martyred rebel Sikh army men were extremely respectable for the Sikh community and the installation of memorial dedicated to them was needed to pay tribute to their sacrifices.

Criticizing the government of India for imposing GST on Sikh shrines, Prof. Badungar said that the SGPC was making efforts for Sikh shrines to be exempted from the GST


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