Sacrilege Incidents: Peer Mohammad seeks constitution of committee headed by Ramanjit Singh Sikki
JALANDHAR, Punjab—President of All India Sikh Students Federation Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad has sought the constitution of a committee under the leadership of MLA Ramanjit Singh Sikki to put control over rising sacrilege incidents across Punjab.
He has said that a member of each political outfit should unite into a committee putting aside their differences to unearth the conspirators of sacrilege incidents.
Ramanjit Singh Sikki had quit from the Punjab assembly in October 2015 in protest of desecration of Holy Scripture of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji at the village of Bath of his constituency. Later, he had also boycotted the by-poll in his constituency citing that the reason for which he had quit was still unresolved.
In the recently concluded assembly polls, S. Ramanjit Singh Sikki has once again defeated the Akali candidate S. Ravinder Singh Brahmpura who had won the by-poll in Sikki’s absence.