No Police Action Days Following Armed Attack on Gurdwara Sahib in Chunagra (Patiala)

CHANDIGARH, Punjab—Three days ago, on July 26, over 300 Sirsa cult disciples launched an attack on Gurdwara Sahib situated in village Chunagra of Shutrana constituency (District: Patiala, Punjab). All of them launched this attack with the intention of taking over the land of Gurdwara Sahib after demolishing its building.  

Earlier today, Granthi Jeevan Singh Chunagra again spoke with Sikh24 and reiterated that the Gurdwara Sahib has full legal ownership over 2 acres and 10 Marlas of its land. “However, the Sirsa cult disciples want to illegally take over this land to construct their ‘Naam Charcha Ghar’,” he added.

“There has not been any police action or any other inquiry despite several of our Singhs getting injured during the attack,” he added.

Granthi Jeevan Singh further informed that all these Sirsa cult disciples have the open support of village Chunagra’s Sarpanch (village head) and due to the upcoming elections here, no one is willing to take action.

“Several of our Singhs got injured in this attack. Although the police was informed and they intervened but are yet to take action against the Sirsa cult disciples for their crime,” he said.

Read the entire statement by Granthi Bhai Jeevan Singh here.

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