110 Sikh brothers returned from Afghanistan with 'Shri Guru Granth Sahib'

New Delhi: The government has been conducting a massive operation to evacuate Indians trapped in Afghanistan since the Taliban regime began. Under Operation Devi Shakti, 110 Sikhs trapped in The Indian Air Force and Ministry of External Affairs, Afghanistan have been evacuated to India. Former Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee President Manjinder Singh Sirsa, who left the Akali Dal and joined the BJP, has informed that Sikhs will reach New Delhi from Kabul by a special aircraft.

According to Sirsa, Sikhs from Afghanistan who come to India by special aircraft will now be accommodated at Gurudwara Rakabganj Sahib. Sirsa has thanked PM Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah for evacuating Sikhs trapped from Afghanistan. Bjp leader Tejinder Pal Singh Bagga has also tweeted about Sikhs brought from Afghanistan to New Delhi. Bagga has said that the Sikh team has also brought with it, Sri Guru Granth Sahib.

 

 

In a video shared by Bagga on social media, a Sikh youth can be seen thanking the Government of India for airlifting him from Afghanistan. Sirsa has posted a video of a Sikh and his companions boarding a plane to India with the holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji in a suitcase on his head. Earlier, Afghan Sikhs trapped in Jalalabad, Ghazni, and Kabul had urged the Indian government and Sikh leaders in late October to help them evacuate them from Afghanistan. Manjinder Singh Sirsa had then urged PM Modi to rescue Afghan Sikhs saying India was his only hope.

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