Missing saroops: Akal Takht inquiry says SGPC didn't give record on 2016 fire
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India, Sept. 5 -- Amritsar Questions on the 2016 fire incident that damaged holy saroops of the Guru Granth Sahib in large numbers, remain unanswered as the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) failed to provide record related to it, the Akal Takht inquiry report says. The SGPC made public the concluding portion, around 10 pages, of this inquiry report on Saturday.
The incident took place on May 19, 2016 at the SGPC publishing house, in which holy saroops were damaged. The apex gurdwara body which was then headed by Avtar Singh Makkar had claimed that 14 saroops were damaged.
Underlining the role of the then SGPC chief secretary Roop Singh, the report reads, "Being a chief secretary, it was his responsibility to provide the in...
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