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10 months on, no progress on restoration of Darshani Deori in Tarn Taran gurdwara

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remember when the kar sewa babe tried demolishing the 200 yr old dharshan deori in the middle of the night at tarn taran darbar sahib, well 10 months on and nothing has been restored yet! no one has been arrested for the damage despite a complaint made.  Funny how the youth that damaged the statues of the dancing people at amritsar were arrested straight away, yet the people involved in demolishing a 200 yr old building at Tarn Taran darbar sahib are still walking around free.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/10-months-on-no-progress-on-restoration-of-darshani-deori-in-tarn-taran-gurdwara/story-TUnzuVr5i9TtVxaJqbnRHK.html

10 months on, no progress on restoration of Darshani Deori in Tarn Taran gurdwara

 

CITIES Updated: Jan 30, 2020 22:55 IST

Anil Sharma
Anil Sharma
Hindustan Times, Tarn Taran

A view of the partially demolished Darshani Deori of Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Tarn Tran in on Saturday. A view of the partially demolished Darshani Deori of Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Tarn Tran in on Saturday. (HT PHOTO)

Tarn Taran Ten months after Kar Sewa activists demolished a portion of the Darshani Deori, the main entrance leading to the sanctum sanctorum of the historic Gurdwara Darbar Sahib on March 31, restoration and preservation of the structure is yet to begin. Baba Jagtar Singh headed the Kar Sewa Group involved in the incident, but was not present at the spot.

The only work towards restoration has been that the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has formed a sub-committee of its members and subject experts for the preservation and renovation of this important relic of Sikh heritage.

Gurdwara manager Balwinder Singh said, “Restoration work of the Deori has not been started as SAD (Amritsar) president Simranjit Singh Mann has filed a writ petition in the Punjab and Haryana high court. However, we have no stay order from the court on restoration and preservation work of the structure.” Mann has filed a plea in court seeking action against Baba Jagtar Singh and the activists, who, he claimed, had ‘destroyed’ the gurdwara. An SGPC member Bhagwant Singh Sialka claimed, “Experts from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana, have scanned the structure for its restoration.”

No action against accused,

despite SGPC panel indictment

The accused in the case are roaming free, in spite of a four-member SGPC probe committee’s recommendation of a police case against them. The panel comprised Sialka, Bhai Ram Singh (both SGPC members); Gurmeet Singh and Harjit Singh Lalu Ghuman (assistant secretaries). It had submitted its report to SGPC president Gobind Singh Longowal on April 5, 2019. After this, Longowal had said they will get police cases registered against the accused.

The panel had held the Kar Sewa and the then manager of the gurdwara, Partap Singh, ‘guilty’ of demolishing the historic structure without its permission. It had also taken back the right of doing Kar Sewa (voluntarily religious service) at the gurdwara from Baba Jagtar Singh.

“The Kar Sewa head had tendered an apology, and had claimed that he had not received the new order from the SGPC for not demolishing the historic structure. The probe into this claim is on,” Sialka told HT over phone.

When questioned, if a police complaint had been lodged against the accused, SGPC chief secretary Roop Singh said, “I am not aware. I hope the manager of the gurdwara must have lodged a police complaint.” Gurdwara manager Balwinder said no complaint had been lodged.

“The SGPC is not only shielding the accused, it is also playing with the sentiments of devotees,” claimed Harpal Singh, general secretary, SAD (Amritsar). Tejbir Singh, of Tarn Taran, said, “For trying to demolish folk dancers’ statues at the Heritage Street, police have registered a case of attempt to murder. For demolishing a 200-year-old historic structure, however, no action has been taken. This is shameful.”

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Restoration work of the Deori has not been started as SAD (A) president Simranjit Singh Mann has filed a writ petition in the Punjab and Haryana HC.

Balwinder Singh, manager,

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, Tarn Taran

The SGPC is not only shielding the accused, it

is also playing with the sentiments of devotees.

Harpal Singh, general secretary, SAD (A)

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On 2/23/2020 at 5:59 AM, puzzled said:

“For trying to demolish folk dancers’ statues at the Heritage Street, police have registered a case of attempt to murder. For demolishing a 200-year-old historic structure, however, no action has been taken. This is shameful.”

This is all that needs to be said.

These "kar seva" babas need to be tied to a wall and smashed with a hammer just like they smashed this priceless piece of our heritage.

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10 hours ago, BhForce said:

This is all that needs to be said.

These "kar seva" babas need to be tied to a wall and smashed with a hammer just like they smashed this priceless piece of our heritage.

these kar sewa babe need to be arrested.   kar sewa is a business.

this same man baba jagtar singh kar sewa wale tarn taran went pakistan lahore to demolish old gurdware, luckily in lahore by law you can not demolish any building older than 100 yrs because of it heritage value.   he wanted to demolish the gurdwara in chuna mandi lahore which is the janamasthan of guru ram das ji, the lahore government made it clear that he cant demolish the structure but can repair it, they also used to come down daily to make sure that he is not altering or demolishing the structure.    

he's also responsible for demolishing bebe nankis over 500 yr old house.   this man alone is responsible for so much destruction of our heritage, he should be behind bars 

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6 hours ago, puzzled said:

this same man baba jagtar singh kar sewa wale tarn taran went pakistan lahore to demolish old gurdware, luckily in lahore by law you can not demolish any building older than 100 yrs because of it heritage value.   he wanted to demolish the gurdwara in chuna mandi lahore which is the janamasthan of guru ram das ji, the lahore government made it clear that he cant demolish the structure but can repair it, they also used to come down daily to make sure that he is not altering or demolishing the structure.

For everything bad Pakistan does, thank god this law exists.

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12 hours ago, puzzled said:

this same man baba jagtar singh kar sewa wale tarn taran went pakistan lahore to demolish old gurdware, luckily in lahore by law you can not demolish any building older than 100 yrs because of it heritage value.   he wanted to demolish the gurdwara in chuna mandi lahore

Wow, that's crazy!

Do you have a link, bro?

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3 hours ago, BhForce said:

Wow, that's crazy!

Do you have a link, bro?

Thanks to the law in Lahore the gurdwara is still standing.

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