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SIT arrests seven in Punjab for thieving holy ebook

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In a five-year-previous heinous criminal offense of the Sikh holy ebook — Guru Granth Sahib, a Specific Investigation Group led by Jalandhar Selection Deputy Inspector Common Ranbir Singh Khatra arrested 7 Dera Sacha Sauda followers from Punjab’s Faridkot district early on Saturday.

They had been arrested for stealing a ‘bir’ of the Expert Granth Sahib from Burj Jawahar Singh Wala village.

SIT arrests 7 in Punjab

Amid the arrested accused are Sukhjinder Singh, Neela, Ranjit Bhola, Nishan, Baljit and Narinder Sharma, all residents of Faridkot district of Punjab.

Two men and women have been killed in police firing and quite a few many others wounded in violent clashes for the duration of protests against incidents of sacrilege of the holy ebook at Behbal Kalan and Kotkapura towns. The protests immediately after the incidents of sacrilege introduced Punjab to a standstill in October 2015 with radical Sikhs and others blocking highways and roadways for days together.

The Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP authorities was in power (2007-2017) for the duration of that time in Punjab.

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Reiterating his government’s take care of to guaranteeing justice, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has mentioned the Specific Investigation Group (SIT), entrusted with the probe right after it was withdrawn from the CBI, would get to the base of the scenario.

Yet another Particular Investigation Crew, led by Inspector Normal Kunwar Vijay Pratap, is probing the law enforcement firing incidents.

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