BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa claimed that a film team allegedly entered a gurdwara in Pakistan while wearing shoes and attempted to shoot a movie inside the gurdwara premises without taking any permission.
New Delhi: BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa claimed that a film team allegedly entered a gurdwara in Pakistan while wearing shoes and attempted to shoot a movie inside the gurdwara premises without taking any permission.
According to Manjinder Singh Sirsa, a film crew landed at Gurdwara Panja Sahib in Pakistan on September 29 wearing shoes. He also asserted that a devotee who recorded the incident was apprehended by the police.
Blasphemous actions continue in Pakistan: Sharing a video of BEADABI in Gurdwara #PanjaSahib, where a film crew was allowed to shoot for a movie in Gurdwara premises.
Earlier we saw similar pictures of frivolous acts in premises of Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib@ANI @GovtofPakistan pic.twitter.com/w9p7F9WISo
— Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) October 3, 2022
“It has been reported that from the day the video was made, there has been no information on the individual. I received the video from a Sikh brother who claimed that locals are facing threats for speaking out about the incident that Sirsa was heard saying in a video.
Sirsa further claimed that Pakistan is still engaging in sacrilege bids and that the government is not ready to take action on such issues for the safeguard of Sikh religion.
“We condemn this blasphemy in the strongest words.”I urge the government of India to take up this issue with the government of Pakistan for strict action against the culprits,” he said in a tweet.