Amarendra Singh expresses displeasure over opening of Sikh man's turban, pleads for stern action

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BanglaHunt Desk: Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has spoken out against the removal of the turban of a Sikh bodyguard. He urged Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to take stern action against the incident.

Thursday was the BJP's new campaign. Leaders from various levels of the BJP, including members of the congregation, were also present. As a result of this operation of BJP, BJP members got into quarrels with police personnel in different places. In this way, when a Sikh youth was arrested by the police at one place, his turban was taken off after a tug of war with the police. The video of the scene went viral on social media, causing a stir.

Excitement spread around the video

As the video went viral, excitement spread in different quarters. People from different walks of life protested against the attack on religious sentiments. Former cricketer Harbhajan Singh also opened his mouth in protest against the opening of a Sikh youth's turban. It was later learned that the Sikh youth Balwinder Singh was a member of the state committee of the BJP Youth Front and a bodyguard of Priyangu Pandey, a resident of Barrackpore. Police also recovered a 9mm pistol from him.

Tweet to CM

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh raised his voice in protest of the incident. On his behalf, media adviser Rabin Thakral wrote in a tweet, “This is not the right thing to do. Police in West Bengal are removing a turban from a Sikh youth and harassing him. Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has expressed concern over the incident. He has appealed to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to take stern action against the police personnel for hurting religious sentiments.

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