Sikh community in Kashmir agrees for demolition of 72-year old Gurudwara

In a rare gesture, the Sikh community in Kashmir on Thursday allowed the officers to drag down a 72-year-old Gurudwara to form method for the development of a national main road connecting Srinagar with Baramulla. According to the reports, the present building of Gurdwara Damdama Sahib, which was established in 1947, is found on the Srinagar-Baramulla road. It’ll currently be razed ANd shifted to a different place within the town following an understanding between the Gurdwara management and therefore the Development Commissioner, Srinagar. Gurdwara Damdama Sahib is thought for its service towards migrant families who arrived from Pakistan. The Gurudwara organizes langars and additionally undertakes several social service initiatives. It had additionally secure flood and earthquake victims. As per a report in News eighteen, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, District official and Development Commissioner of Srinagar had tried to resolve the impasse and intervened within the discussion method. He had reached bent the Sikh community to debate AN amicable solution to the problem. Reportedly, Choudhary had control a series of conferences over the past week to resolve the impasse and additionally examine a spread of choices to search out an answer. Finally, these days within the presence of the deputy commissioner and therefore the Gurudwara management, the demolition of Gurudwara Damdama Saheb was started. The Gurudwara can operate from a makeshift area till a replacement one is built at the in agreement location. The state construction department (PWD) has been entrusted with the development of the gurudwara as per the look provided by the Sikh community,” the official aforementioned. The Government of Bharat started construction of the national main road from Srinagar to Baramulla in 2006. Later, the project was funded underneath the Prime Minister’s Development arrange, a politician accessorial. The Srinagar-Baramulla stretch is dead by the Border Roads organisation whereas the Anantnag-Srinagar half is completed by the NHAI. The road was completed in 2013. However, there have been few litigations within the state supreme court regarding the road project. The property owner whose land was recommended for the relocation of Gurdwara had objected to the proposal and obtained a keep in 2014. The Gurudwara was one among four bottlenecks within the road project, most elements of that were completed in 2013. Except the Gurudwara, the 3 different bottlenecks were an influence line, a petroleum pump, and water system lines. The official aforementioned work on the demolition of the fuel pump and shifting of power lines and water system lines has additionally started. The work is probably going to be completed within the next 10 days, he said.

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