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Within 24 hours one other youth crushed to dying after alleged sacrilege bid at Golden Temple

The Punjab Police DGP tweeted that he had taken ‘critical word’ of the unlucky incidents

Man seen brandishing a sword. News18

A second man was crushed to dying in Punjab in 24 hours over an allegation of sacrilege, in response to a number of media experiences.

According to NDTV, residents of Nijampur village in Kapurthala district allegedly caught the person from a gurdwara early this morning. They claimed that he was seen “disrespecting” Nishan Sahib (the Sikh flag) round four am.

As per NDTV, a police group reached the spot and took the person into custody however the Sikh teams insisted he be questioned in entrance of them. The man was killed by the locals after a scuffle with the police, as per the report.

The man’s age and identification are but to be ascertained.

The Times of India reported that the gurudwara caretaker Amarjit Singh, in a Facebook livestream, stated he noticed the man discrespecting the Nishan Sahib when he got here out for day by day prayers at four am. “When I confronted him he tried to escape in the dark but was caught after some time,” the report quoted Singh as saying.

“He also said he was ‘sent’ from Delhi and a sister of his has been ‘killed for sacrilege’ at another place,” Singh claimed.

The Punjab Police DGP tweeted that he had taken “serious note” of the unlucky incidents:

Meanwhile, the Punjab deputy chief minister on Sunday stated a Special Investigation Team had been constituted over the Sri Darbar Sahib incident and would submit its investigation report in two days.

Also on Sunday, the RSS condemned the incident on the Golden Temple and demanded motion towards perpetrators:

On Saturday, a youth hailing from Uttar Pradesh was crushed to dying after he allegedly tried to commit sacrilege contained in the sanctum sanctorum of the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

The man was caught by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee job pressure members. When he was being taken to the SGPC workplace, the offended crowd thrashed him that later led to his dying.

“The man, about 20 to 25 years of age who had a yellow cloth tied on his head jumped the fence. The people inside held him and escorted him out to the corridor where there was a violent altercation and he died,” Parminder Singh Bhandal, the Deputy Commissioner of Police of Amritsar, stated.

All CCTV cameras have been being checked to know when he entered the Golden Temple and the way many individuals have been with him.

After the incident, a lot of Sikh devotees and varied Sikh outfits slammed the SGPC for its laxity.

A heavy police pressure has been deployed across the SGPC complicated at Teja Singh Samundri Hall as a way to keep regulation and order.

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