Indecency present in printing of spiritual books; case filed
Amritsar, February 22
In a shock go to to a printing press, groups of the SGPC and the Satkar Committee within the presence of the police allegedly discovered indecency whereas printing the Sikh spiritual literature.
The printing press, which was mentioned to be related to a famend publishing home, prints ‘Gutka Sahib’, ‘Pothies’ and different spiritual books within the metropolis.
It has been learnt that the printing work was stalled. The SGPC and the Satkar Committee have lodged complaints individually with the police for taking the following plan of action.
Confirming this, SGPC secretary Partap Singh claimed that the printing press had engaged migrant labourers.
“I used to be knowledgeable that it was such a dirty place the place the pages of ‘Gutka Sahib’ have been being revealed and saved. We’ve got lodged a criticism with the police,” he mentioned.
A Sikh activist, Amrik Singh Ajnala, who was on the spot, mentioned, “We noticed that ‘Gutka Sahib’ and different spiritual books have been being desecrated. We demand stern motion towards the publishers for this indecency.”
Division B police station SHO Shivdarshan Singh mentioned an FIR underneath Sections 295-A and 292 of the IPC has been registered on the premise of complaints filed by the SGPC and the Satkar Committee towards the publishing agency.