PM of a country, not a religion: Narendra Modi visits Gurudwara in Delhi, despite assassination threats by Khalistanis


Without letting anyone outside the PMO know, PM Narendra Modi didn’t even block the roads for his convoy to pass and visited the historic Gurudwara Rakabganj like a common person especially in a time when he has been receiving severe death threats by Khalistani terrorists who are not only spoiling the names of Farmers but also the Sikhs & people of Punjab.

On Saturday, PM Modi paid rich tributes to Guru Tegh Bahadur on his ‘Shaheedi Diwas’ and recalled his vision for a just and inclusive society.


Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth guru, was born in 1621 and was martyred in 1675 in Delhi. “Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji’s life epitomised courage and compassion. On his Shaheedi Diwas, I bow to the great Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji and recall his vision for a just and inclusive society,” Modi tweeted.

The prime minister’s visit to one of the most popular gurudwaras among the devotees in the national capital assumes significance as it comes amid intense protests by farmers, especially from Punjab, against the three farm laws enacted by his government.


Modi has been at pains to explain the benefits of farm reforms and often assured farmers that the existing government mechanism to support them, including minimum support price and agriculture mandis, will continue.

It definitely is a move to show the people of Punjab especially the farmers that the Prime Minister stands by them and doing everything he can to make them feel comfortable about the laws being in their favor but what the people on ground feel will be seen in the next few days.

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