Harbhajan Singh condemns Nankana Sahib Gurdwara attack in Pakistan



An angry group of locals in Pakistan are said to have thrown stones at Gurdwara Nankana Sahib on Friday night. The group was headed by the family of a boy who was allegedly abducted by a girl Sikh Jagjit Kaur, daughter of the pathi of gurdwara.

The vandalism of the respected Gurdwara Nankana Sahib has directed the Indians who have called on the neighboring country to take immediate action to ensure the safety and security of the Sikh community there.

Veteran Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh also took to Twitter to condemn the attack.

He urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to take all necessary steps to ensure peace.

Harbhajan tweeted a video of Hassan threatening to destroy the Sikh shrine. "I don't know what happens to some people because they can't live in peace … Mohammad Hassan openly threatens to destroy Nankana Sahib Gurdwara and build the mosque in that place … very sad to see that," Cricket said.

He wrote: "God is a human being … we do not separate and create hatred between them … let them be human first and respect each other. Mohammad Hassan openly threatens to destroy Nankana Sahib Gurdwara and build it mosque in the same place @ ImranKhanPTI plz do the necessary ".

In a statement, the Foreign Ministry said that "members of the Sikh minority" had been "subjected to acts of violence" in Nankana Sahib.

"These convictions followed the violent abduction and conversion of Jagjit Kaur, the Sikh girl who had been abducted from her home in Nankana Sahib last August," the foreign ministry said.

"India strongly condemns these bad acts of destruction and defamation of the sacred site."

The Indian government also called on the Pakistani government to take immediate action to ensure the safety, security and prosperity of the Sikh community.

"Vigorous action must be taken against the wrongdoers who have attacked the saint Gurdudura and attacked members of the Sikh minority," the MEA said. the sanctity of the holy Nankana Sahib Gurdwara and its surrounding area. "