Girl Stopped in Golden Temple Due to Indian Flag Painted on Face

A girl with the Tricolour painted on her face was denied admittance to the Golden Temple. A video of the event went viral on Monday.

Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee General Secretary Gurcharan Singh Grewal apologised for any misbehaviour and stated that the flag painted on the woman’s face was not a Tricolour.

What was in the viral video?

The girl who claimed to have painted the Indian national flag on her face was denied admittance to the Golden Temple. The Twitter user who submitted the video also stated that the man who denied her admission remarked, “This is not India, this is Punjab.” 

In the video, a guard at the famous Sikh temple is heard replying “It’s Punjab” when asked by another guy accompanying the woman who asks, “Is this not India?”

What is SGPC member said over it?

“This is a Sikh shrine.” Every religious establishment has its own style…We welcome everyone…We apologies if an official misbehaved…The banner on her face was not our national flag because it lacked the Ashoka Chakra. “It could have been a political flag,” Grewal speculated.

Gurcharan Singh Grewal stated that it is a disgrace that people are tweeting about it. All devotees who come to Sri Harmandir Sahib from all across the country and the world appreciate them. “Sikhs played an important role in the country’s freedom, but it is always Sikhs who are targeted,” he continued.

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