REVEALED: 1984 Reference Library Articles Returned by Gov Stolen by SGPC


Respected Sikh historian Sardar Anurag Singh has revealed that stolen 1984 Sikh Reference Library artifacts were returned but again stolen by the SGPC member Manjit Singh Calcutta. The new findings shed light on SGPC’s claims that the Indian government never returned any artifacts. However, the SGPC is involved in a major conspiracy by it’s own members on keeping the precious articles.

The SGPC often issues public statements calling on the Indian Government to return precious Sikh historical artifacts but has never revealed the exact truth.

Sardar Anurag Singh revealed the truth in the following statement:

“MANJIT SINGH CALCUTTA SAHIB WHERE ARE THESE MANUSCRIPTS,RECEIVED BY YOU,NEWS PUBLISHED IN DAILY AJIT,DATED JUNE 11,2000.
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Hare is the News Paper Report,which Mr.Calcutta denied to Canadian Radio in an interview.It is a part of my 350 pages document which was submitted to SGPC in February 2009,and Tarlochan Singh M.P. issued a press statement.
This document clearly refers to the 28 Hukamnamas delivered and new accession No was given,but now no Hukamnama is available in the Sikh Reference Library.
Let these gentlemen who create controversy after ctroversy to keep the real issues of Panthic Agenda under carpet now come clean on this naked truth and tell the Sikh Panth,where are these rare manuscripts AND heritage of the Sikhs.
Gur Fateh
6.11.2016.”

Sardar Anurag Singh also published the news reports of the time re-affirming his statement:

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