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Dal Khalsa yesterday alleged that the write-up, “Harminder Sahib, Golden Temple and Holy City of Amritsar” posted on the official website of the RSS (www.sanghparivar.org <http://www.sanghparivar.org/>) has exposed the “anti-Sikh designs” of the saffron brigade.

Dal Khalsa spokesman Kanwarpal Singh and its general secretary Dr Manjinder Singh alleged that writer Ramakant Tiwari had not only denigrated the Sikh institutions and Sikh martyrs but had also questioned the identity of the Sikhs. The contents and tone of the article were provocative, derogatory and objectionable, they said, adding that it seemed the mind of the author was filled with hatred against Sikhs and Muslims.

By saying that “no Muslim faqir had been a true faqir” and suggesting that additions in Guru Granth Sahib by some Muslim “faqirs must be deleted”, the writer had attempted to create animosity between Sikhs and Muslims, they observed.

The leaders asked the Shiromani Akali Dal head, the Akal Takht Jathedar and the SGPC President to explain their position on RSS theory. Contrary to the RSS theory, they said Sikhs were unlike Hindus. The Sikh panth would never tolerate such “vicious” propaganda against their religious ethos and martyrs. They condemned the SAD, the SGPC and Sant Samaj for “lending credence” to the RSS theory that “Sikhs were part of Hindu religion” by mixing Nanakshahi with Bikrami calendar.

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