Bikram Majithia, Congress MLA Harminder Gill exchange words in Punjab Vidhan Sabha

Gill had raised the issue of alleged support by Sunder Singh Majthia to Mahant Narain Das during the Nankana Sahib massacre

Bikram Majithia, Congress MLA Harminder Gill exchange words in Punjab Vidhan Sabha

Bikram Singh Majithia.

Vishav Bharti

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, March 2

Congress MLA from Patti Harminder Singh Gill and Akali Dal legislator Bikram Singh Majithia entered into a verbal duel in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha on Tuesday when Gill raised the issue of alleged support by Sunder Singh Majthia to Mahant Narain Das during the Nankana Sahib massacre.

Hitting back, Majithia alleged Gill had links with police officer Ajit Singh Sandhu, "known for killing innocent Sikh youth during militancy days".

The Nankana massacre took place in Nankana Sahib gurdwara on February 20, 1921, at that time a part of the British.

More than 260 Sikhs were killed, including young children, by the Udasi custodian Mahant Narayan Das and his mercenaries.

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