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Another ‘bir’ desecration incident reported

An end to the cases of sacrilege doesn’t seem to be in sight with another instance of alleged desecration of a ‘bir’ being reported from Dander Kalan, near SBS Nagar.

punjab Updated: Mar 30, 2016 15:34 IST
HT Correspondent
A page from the local gurudwara’s ‘bir’ was allegedly torn off, cut into small pieces using scissors and then thrown on the street.
A page from the local gurudwara’s ‘bir’ was allegedly torn off, cut into small pieces using scissors and then thrown on the street. (Jatinder Kohli/HT Photo)

An end to the cases of sacrilege doesn’t seem to be in sight with another instance of alleged desecration of a ‘bir’ being reported from Dander Kalan, near SBS Nagar.

A page from the local gurudwara’s ‘bir’ was allegedly torn off, cut into small pieces using scissors and then thrown on the street.

Police officials investigating the alleged incident. (Jatinder Kohli/HT Photo)

At the time of filing of this report a number of senior police officials, including the senior superintendent of police and deputy superintendent of police, had arrived at the spot. Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee’s Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa and Sukhdev Singh Bhaur had also reached.

Further investigation is on.