Badal was addressing a gathering at Manji Sahib Diwan Hall in the Golden Temple complex to protest the alleged sacrilege attempts, including at the sanctum sanctorum of the Golden Temple last month.
Spread over eight acres, the park will have replicas of several monuments, including Qutub Minar, Taj Mahal, Charminar, Gateway of India, Konark Temple, Nalanda ruins, Mysore Palace, Meenakshi Temple, Hampi, Victoria Memorial Hall, Sanchi Stupa, Gol Gumbaz, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, and Hawa Mahal.
The Delhi chief minister, who is on a visit to Punjab, also called the drug case against Shiromani Akali Dal leader Bikram Singh Majithia a “political stunt”.
Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi confirmed that there is no evidence of ‘sacrilege’ committed by a man who was beaten to death in Punjab's Kapurthala district.
According to the autopsy report, the unidentified man had deep cuts on neck, head, chest and right hip of the body and he would have become breathless after a deep cut on the neck.
Two men were beaten to death for their alleged desecration bids at the Golden Temple in Amritsar and at a gurdwara in Kapurthala district.
SGPC chief Harjinder Singh Dhami told reporters that the SGPC task force had stopped the perpetrator from entering the Golden Temple suspecting foul play. He managed to enter the sanctum sanctorum in the evening after the shift of task force members changed.
Politicians across the political spectrum condemned the 'sacrilege' in Golden Temple without making any further comments on the lynching of the man.
Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu said the sacrilege attempts in Punjab are part of the conspiracies hatched to disturb peace in the state.
Deputy Chief Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, after holding a meeting with police officials in Amritsar, said that an SIT has been constituted under the deputy commissioner of police (law and order).
Assuring that the perpetrators would be exposed, Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi said that some 'inimical' forces might be involved in the lynching in view of the upcoming Assembly polls.
The accused was caught and beaten to death on Saturday evening after he jumped the golden grills inside the sanctum sanctorum, picked a sword and reached near the place where a Sikh priest was reciting the holy Guru Granth Sahib
Leaders from all political parties have issued statements after a man was beaten to death in Golden Temple after an alleged sacrilege attempt. See what Arvind Kejriwal, Charanjit Singh Channi, Manjinder Singh Sirsa and the police have to say on the incident.
Sacrilege attempt at Amritsar Golden Temple: A video of the incident has surfaced on social media showing the man jumping over the railing inside the temple during the evening prayer.
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People offered prayers and took a holy dip in the 'sarovar' to mark the celebration.
Canadian Prime Minister, who is on a week-long State visit to India, visited Amritsar's Golden Temple on Wednesday, along with his wife and children.
Trudeau is on a week-long visit to India. He is accompanied by wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and three children -Ella-Grace, Xavier and Hadrien.
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