NEW DELHI | Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly reached the Rakabganj Gurudwara here on Sunday morning. People of the Gurdwara Management Committee were also shocked to see him suddenly on the Gurdwara premises. Neither security nor barricading were made on their roads to visit their gurdwaras. Like the common man, Prime Minister Modi surprised everyone by reaching the gurudwara without any pre-determined program. He gave a message of peace while bowing to the ninth Sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji during this time. Prime Minister Modi’s sudden visit to the gurudwara amidst the farmers’ movement is considered an important development.
Guru Tegh Bahadur sacrificed his life to protect religion and humanity. His martyrdom is remembered every year as Martyr’s Day. On the last Saturday itself, the whole country has celebrated their martyrdom day. Sources say that during Prime Minister Modi’s visit, care was taken that the common man should not face any problem during this period. Because on Sunday, the number of visitors to Shiva is higher in Gurdwara. That is why there was no such security, as is usually the case.
Guru Tegh Bahadur preached Sikhism during the 17th century. In the year 1975, he sacrificed his life with laughter. It is believed that Prime Minister Modi has suddenly reached the gurudwara in the midst of the agitation being organized by the farmers of Punjab. However, BJP leaders say that it is a matter of pure faith. It should not be seen from any other perspective.