Gurdwara Sahib in UK Vandalized with Word “Paki”


Gurdwara Guru Nanak Sahib in wednesfield, UK was vandalized by graffiti as an act of offensive with the use of a racial word. The miscreants wrote ‘Paki’ on the wall of the Gurdwara Sahib showing their ignorance and inability to identify who Sikhs are.

Gurdwara Sahib Guru Nanak in Wednesfield, UK

Gurdwara Sahib Guru Nanak in Wednesfield, UK

The Sikh Youth Project wrote a template letter to spread awareness on the incidents within the local community:

Dear fellow Brit,
Some miscreant has graffitied the word ‘Paki’ on the car park wall of a Sikh temple in the West Midlands.

Kindly share this information on social media to help raise awareness on the Sikh place of worship, thanks.
Sikh place of worship is called a Gurdwara (Sikh Temple)

It will have a Orange flag outside of it, symbolising its a Sikh place of worship
Very often the Gurdwara will have a white dome on top of the building
AND

It will clearly say Gurdwara or Sikh temple on the sign outside.
We would like to add that NO place of worship should be a target of ANY kind of attack.
Kind regards,

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