‘Amritsar belongs to the Gurus’: SFJ terrorist Pannun threatens to blow up Durgiana Temple in Amritsar

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun issued a bomb threat through the temple’s landline number, demanding the temple committee to hand over the keys to the Golden Temple

SFJ Chief, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Amritsar Police, Durgiana Temple, Amritsar Bomb Scare, Golden Temple -

A bomb threat by SFJ chief and Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun on the famous Durgana temple in Amritsar has put the police on high alert. He issued this threat through the landline phone of the temple. The police scrambled to the scene as soon as this information was recieved. Investigation was started immediately.

 

According to initial information, the threatening call was received on the landline of the Durgana Temple office. The call came around 10 AM this Thursday morning. The caller said to "lock up the temple and hand the keys to the Golden Temple Shri Akal Takht Sahib, otherwise you will face the consequences and the temple will be bombed".

 

Pannu had previously said that like Ayodhya is Ram's, Amritsar belongs to the Gurus. He had threatened to attack the temples after Shri Ram Lala Pran Pratishtha in Ayodhya. Pannu had said that the Durgana Temple Committee should close the doors and hand over the keys to the Golden Temple. He drew parellels by saying that, by demolishing the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya and building a Ram temple, it was decided that Ayodhya belonged to Ram.

 

The police have started investigating the call details. At present the members of Duryana Committee had gone to Ayodhya and they are expected to return today. Information about this call was given from Durgana temple office to the nearby post. After which now the police team has started investigating the case

 

Durgana Temple was built on the lines of the Golden Temple in Amritsar. It is said to be built before the 18th century. It was rebuilt in 1921. Shri Hanuman temple is near Durgana temple. It is believed that this is the same place where Sri Ram's sons Luv-Kush had taken Shri Hanuman captive. Those banyan trees where Shri Hanuman was tied are still present on the premises.


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