Amritsar: Sharomani Gurdwara Parbadhak Committee (SGPC) appealed the Sikh nation to attend the 33rd anniversary of Ghallughara 1984 at Sri Akal Takht Sahib on June 6.
SGPC chief Prof. Kirpal Singh Badungar said that the Sikh community could never forget Ghallughara June 1984. “The army attack on Sri Akal Takht Sahib by the Indian government was an example in itself in the whole world where a government used its army to massacre its own citizens”, he said.
He has also appealed the Gurdwara committees to perform ‘Ardas’ on June 6 in the memory of Sikhs who attained martyrdom during the Ghallughara, June 1984.
Prof. Badungar said that the Sikh Gurdwaras were symbol of communal harmony in society but the Indian government had depicted its fanatic face by attacking Gurdwaras in June1984.
It may be notable that Prof. Badungar has been holding meetings with Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) and the Dal Khalsa to commemorate Gallughara anniversary peacefully.