Celebrations of 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak conclude
PESHAWAR: A four-day celebrations in connection with 550th birth anniversary of the creator of Sikh religion, Baba Guru Nanak concluded on Monday with religious zeal and zest.
The ceremony started since Friday attended by a large number of Sikhs devotees across the province and adjoining areas. The chief guest was MPA Sardar Ranjeet Singh who was welcomed by the Chairman, Sikh Committee of Pakistan, Radesh Singh Toni and others.
During the ceremony the religious scholars of Sikh community highlighted the teachings of Baba Guru Nanak and vowed for spending their lives under the precious preaching of Guru Nank.
On the occasion, the MPA listened the problems faced by Sikh community regarding non-availability of Shamshan Gaat and Gurdwara since 72 years and assured for raising the voice on assembly floor. He said that it was the moral and religious obligation to provide basic rights to minorities. At the end, prayer for peace and unity in the country was also offered.—APP