World Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Fri, 15 Oct 2021 06:07 PM IST
The alleged officers armed with heavy weapons searched the entire Gurdwara premises. He also went to the school running there. When the private security guards tried to stop them, they thrashed and threatened to kill them.
Taliban fighters in Afghanistan
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Puneet Singh Chandok, President of the Indian World Forum gave this information. He told that the people who forcibly entered the gurdwara were impersonating themselves as officials of the Islamic Emirate. Chandok said that these alleged officers, armed with heavy weapons, searched the entire Gurdwara premises. He also went to the school running there. Initially, when the private security guards of the gurdwara tried to stop them, they threatened to kill them by thrashing them.
Searched the house and office of former MP Khalsa
These alleged officials of the special unit of the Islamic Emirate government of Afghanistan also searched the former residence and office of former MP Narinder Singh Khalsa. It is situated near the said Gurudwara. Chandok said that around 10 Sikhs were present in the gurdwara at the time of the search.
Government raised the matter at the top level
Chandok demanded that the Indian government immediately take up the matter with the higher authorities in Afghanistan and express concern about the safety of Hindus and Sikhs living there. He said that the Taliban government in Afghanistan should abide by the UN Charter and ensure the safety of the minorities living there.