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Protest will not end only intensify, activist from Punjab

"Nobody can cross this boundary. Till those in charge of tearing the blessed Guru Granth Sahib are gotten, the challenge won't end and will just escalate," said Jaggi, an undergrad whose says his object of worship is Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. He was taking part in Wednesday's bar of the Moga-Kotakpura roadway in challenge against the claimed befouling of the Guru Granth Sahib in Faridkot. Around him, different adolescents were waving swords and sticks and yelling: "Raaj Karega Khalsa, Sant Bhindranwale ki jeet,"
"Nobody will be permitted to enter Kotakapura," they said as they halted vehicles and requesting that they take a U-turn. Conspicuous among them were Sikh ministers from the territory, for example, Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale, Panthpreet Singh, Baljit Singh Daduwal, Amrik Singh Ajnala and Sikh religious NGOs, for example, Sant Sewa Lehar and Guru Nanak Pracharak Jatha. In any case, a huge number of radical associations and hostile to Badal gatherings, including the Damdami Taksal (Ajnala) bunch, Simranjit Singh Man-drove Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar), and Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj are additionally taking an interest in the dissents.
The young from Rode who were obstructing the street said they arrived on Wednesday to guarantee that "battle for poise of Sikhi does not end without conclusion" this time. "Our holy person Bhindranwale kicked the bucket for Sikhs yet his penance did not end with craved conclusion. His penance was incomparable as is the penance of our two siblings who were martyred today. We won't release this penance waste and the till honor of Sikh panth is restored, this dissent won't end," said Gurdeep from Rode. "Margarine waleya ne na taa nazaara leya ditta (Butter town of Moga demonstrated the way yesterday), this is the way you give an eye for an eye to police. They made the best choice by tossing stones and blocks on police.
We will tail them if police comes here and tries to scatter us," said Nirmal, 24, from Rode. In spite of the fact that the dissidents, the greater part of them in white kurta night robe and blue or orange turbans, are requesting the capture of the guilty parties who had torn pages of Guru Granth Sahib, some are focusing on Dera Sacha Sauda boss Gurmeet Ram Rahim also and were stating that Akal Takht's choice to exonerate Dera head was not worthy to them.
In the interim, a few Sikh associations blocked movement for 60 minutes on NH1 in Phagwara. They had likewise accumulated at the principle chowk close to the transport stand at night. SP, Phagwara, Ashwini Kumar and SDM Balbir Raj Singh came to the spot, acknowledged a rundown of requests from the dissenters and encouraged them to end the bar.

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