ATTEMPT OF SACRILEGE BE THOROUGHLY PROBED TO UNMASK REAL CONSPIRATORS: CM CHANNI
PAYS OBEISANCE AT SRI DARBAR SAHIB, URGES PEOPLE TO BE VIGILANT AND TAKE CARE OF ALL RELIGIOUS PLACES/INSTITUTIONS
• SEEKS SUPPORT & COOPERATION FROM PEOPLE TO MAINTAIN LAW & ORDER, PEACE, HARMONY AND BROTHERHOOD
AMRITSAR, (Global News) Expressing deep anguish over the unfortunate incident to attempt sacrilege of Sri Guru Granth Sahib in the sanctum-sanctorum of Sri Darbar Sahib last evening, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi reiterated his Government’s firm commitment to thoroughly probe into the entire matter to get into the bottom of the case to unmask the real conspirators behind this distortedly act.
Talking to the media persons here after paying obeisance at the Sri Darbar Sahib, accompanied by the Deputy CM Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, the CM Channi described it as the most heinous act, which has not only hurt religious sentiments but also tormented our hearts, which should be condemned with the harshest possible words by one and all. CM Channi further appealed to the people to take due care and caution to protect the religious places including gurdwaras, mandirs and institutions related to any religion or faith in order to foil nefarious designs of any agency or anti-social element in wake of the forthcoming assembly elections in the state. At the same, the Chief Minister also exhorted the people to keep restraint during the prevailing sensitive situation by demonstrating their unflinching trust in the ethos of peace, harmony, brotherhood and religious tolerance.
Replying to a media query regarding recurrence of such incidents in coming days, CM Channi said that the state intelligence agencies and the police force is pro-actively engaged to avert such acts of anti-social elements. He also called upon the people to be vigilant and extend wholehearted support and cooperation to the state Government in maintaining law & order. Making firm resolve to preserve hard earned peace and harmony across the state, CM Channi said that no one would be allowed to disturb congenial atmosphere at any cost in the state.