Nanak Shah Fakir: Sikh communities of Punjab and Haryana criticism opposite film’s release

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Sikh groups in Punjab and Haryana currently staged protests opposite a recover of a argumentative film Nanak Shah Fakir, that is formed on a life and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev.

The film was expelled today. In Punjab’s Fatehgarh Sahib, protesters stopped a products sight for around 20 minutes, Railway officials said. The besiege was carried following a involvement of a Government Railway Police (GRP) and a internal police.

The protesters pronounced a Jathedar of a Akal Takht — a autarchic temporal chair of Sikhs — had already appealed to a village to criticism a film and theatre pacific protests.

The criticism is not for badgering anybody, they said. The Takht had imposed a anathema on a recover of Nanak Shah Fakir after it contended that display Sikh gurus in vital form can't be permitted.

Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) run internal preparation institutes remained sealed currently to criticism opposite a movie.

There were also reports of protests by Sikhs in Jalandhar where a organisation burnt an representation of a film’s writer Harinder Sikka. Protest opposite a film was also staged during Ferozepur. In Haryana, Sikhs protested opposite a film during several places, including Sirsa, Karnal, Yamunanagar and Kurukshetra.

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Gyani Gurbachan Singh, Jathedar of a Takht had yesterday announced a preference to ex-communicate Sikka from a Sikh Panth. The SGPC, a peak eremite physique of Sikhs, had appealed members of a village to wear black turbans currently as a symbol of protest.

On Apr 10, a Supreme Court had criticised SGPC, for commanding restrictions on a film Nanak Shah Fakir and privileged a decks for a national recover on Apr 13.

Petitioner Sikka, a late Naval officer and a film’s producer, had approached a peak justice claiming that a SGPC had recently criminialized a recover of a movie, that is formed on a life and teachings Guru Nanak Dev, even after a CBFC privileged it on Mar 28.

In 2015, a producers of a film had motionless to repel a film from cinema halls opposite a nation and other tools of a universe after protests from eremite Sikh groups.

A month ago, a producers again announced a movie’s recover for Apr 13 after that several Sikh outfits started lifting objections seeking a anathema on a drift that depiction of Sikh gurus and other ancestral Sikh total in films is deliberate blasphemous.

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