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Indian Army's Attack On Golden Temple Comes To An End

Indian Army's Attack On Golden Temple Comes To An End

The three-day celebrations commemorating the Indian Army's attack and barbarism on the Golden Temple and Shri Akal Takht Sahib, the Sikh holy site, will end today.

Celebrations of Akhand Path sahib were held in important Gurudwaras of Pakistan including Nankana Sahib, the birthplace of Gurudwara. In 1984, the Indian Army attacked the Darbar Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple, in Amritsar, damaging not only the Sikh holy site, but also killing hundreds of Sikhs, including Sikh leader General Singh Bhindranwale.

Indian Army's Attack On Golden Temple Comes To An End

Every year from June 1 to 6, 1984, Sikhs around the world, including in Pakistan and India, protest against Operation Bluestar and commemorate the Sikhs who were brutally murdered by the Indian Army. Large-scale protests and rallies have been canceled this year due to the corona virus, but prayers have been held at gurdwaras to commemorate the tragedy.

Sardar Satwant Singh, head of Pakistan Sikh Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee, said that the Sikh nation has not forgotten Operation Bluestar and will never forget it. Sardar Satwant said that the Indian army did not even spare the innocent children and women who had come to pay homage at the Darbar Sahib. While the Indian army is inflicting atrocities on Muslims. Operation Blue Star is a black mark on India's forehead that can never be washed away.

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Indian Army's Attack On Golden Temple Comes To An End

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