The Nishan Sahib At Gurdwara Sahib Tahla Sahib In Afghanistan Allegedly Dislodged By Taliban, Finally Restored

The Nishan Sahib at the Gurdwara Tahla Sahib, Chamkani of the Paktia region in Afghanistan has finally been restored due to international pressure. A news story came out a day ago that deeply affected the sentiments of the Sikh community all over the world. 

It was reported that the Nishan Sahib, the traditional symbol of Khalsa Panth, which hoists at the highest point of a Gurdwara, was dislodged. The event took place at the historical Gurdwara Tahla Sahib, Chamkani of the Paktia region in Afghanistan. The Gurdwara Sahib was even visited by Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Taliban Accused Of Removing Nishan Sahib From Gurdwara In Afghanistan, Taliban Denies Claim

Charan Singh, a local resident of the area had confirmed the incident and claimed to be the eye-witness. He said that the Taliban members threatened the caretaker and later asked him to dislodge the religious flag from the top. 

All over the world, Sikh community was deeply hurt by the incident. Afghanistan based terrorist group Taliban was blamed for the action but the organization denied all the accusations saying that they stand for the rights of minorities and this hasn’t been done by them. 

It started an international campaign by the hurt Sikh community to restore their sacred flag at the Gurdwara Sahib. And now finally, the international pressure has proven to be successful as the Nishan Sahib has been restored. The ‘Kesari’ symbol of Khalsa Panth now hoists with pride at the highest point of the historical Gurdwara Sahib in Afghanistan.

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