Delhi-Jalandhar highway gets clear after FIR gets registered against Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan
Sikhs organisations remained adamant and wanted cops to book the Punjabi Singer even after his apology.Author : Priyanka Vinayak
Popular Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan landed in a new controversy as members of the Satkar Committee lodged a police complaint after his video went viral wherein he is heard saying that the chief of a dera and Nakodar Sain Laddi Shah is from the descendants of third Sikh master, Guru Amar Dass.
Earlier, the committee members lodged a complaint with Nakodar police and later in the evening with the SSP, Jalandhar. The committee demanded a case be lodged against the singer in Jalandhar.
Police has registered a case against Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan in Jalandhar. An FIR has been registered against him under section 295A of the IPC for hurting religious sentiments. Sikh organizations called it as an insult to the Guru.
Punjabi singer Gurdas Maan has posted a video on the social media platform offering apology over his recent controversy. Gurdaas Maan in a recent video on his Instagram handle apologized for his comments made on the leader of dera and Nakodar Sain Laddi Shah. He also stated that he did not say or comment anything intentionally and he respects everyone.
But, the Sikh organizations got enraged. All of them gathered near Rama Mandi on Jalandhar-Delhi National Highway and blocked it. Now, the Sikh organizations have removed the Jam from the National Highway after a case was registered in Jalandhar.
The singer had reportedly made the statement during an ongoing mela at Nakodar. The members of the committee alleged that the speech of Maan could be a part of his pre-planned strategy and aimed at hurting the sentiments of the Sikh.