Indian Sikhs visit Gurdwara Sacha Sauda

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A total of 2,470 Indian Sikhs pilgrims who came from India performed their religious rites at Gurdwara Sacha Sauda in Farooqabad.

They were brought from Nankana Sahib to Farooqabad under tight security. Deputy Secretary (shrine) Saifullah and other Sikh leaders accompanied him. The guests openly appreciated the security and accommodation and other arrangements. Surjit Singh, Bill Jitinder Singh, Parjit Singh and others said that despite Ramadan, Muslims have given us a lot of respect and love and are not serving us. Additional Security Tree (Shrine) Rana Shahid Saleem said that on the orders of the Chairman Board, officers and security personnel are accompanying the guests day and night. Special arrangements have been made for accommodation, anchorage, medical and transport for them. The Board Spokesperson along with the media representatives visited the arrangements made for the pilgrims, or will visit the local Gurdwaras of Nankana Sahib today on April 11.

Superintendent of Police Investigation Attock Jawaria Muhammad Jameel on Monday visited the Gurdwara Sri Panja Hassanabdal and reviewed the security arrangements. ASP Sundus and DSP Hassanabdal Syed Kazim Abbas were also accompanied by her.

DSP Hassanabdal informed the SP Investigation Attock about the security arrangements for the Sikh yatrees coming on the occasion of Baisakhi.

On this occasion, she said foolproof security would be provided to all Sikh yatrees on Baisakhi.