A Spanish woman from the UK has launched a petition to remove Sri Harmandir Sahib Ji in the tentative list of UNESCO. UNESCO hasn’t remove Sri Harmandir Sahib from it’s tentative list which means at any time in the future it can be considered as a heritage site.
The only way UNESCO will remove Sri Harmandir Sahib from the list is if the Indian Prime Minister withdraws the nomination.
Remove ‘The Golden Temple’ from the UNESCO tentative list.
This petition is directed at the Indian Government to remove The Golden Temple from the tentative list once and for all. This is the only way to ensure that The Golden Temple remains in the hands of its rightful owners. The Golden Temple is not owned by any institution, least of all the Indian Government. It is owned by the 25 million Sikhs around the world.
This is a genuine opportunity for the Indian Government for reconciliation. We hope they take it.
But they will only listen with YOUR VOTE.
UNESCO must also listen to the people’s cries for help and change its policy but thus far it refuses to hear the voice of democracy. UNESCO, we urge you to please listen to all of the people around the world fighting for this injustice. Look at the anguish and suffering that is being caused and understand why you must now take action and remove The Golden Temple from the list.
This petition should be signed by every person in the world who believes in right over wrong and who believes in the sanctity of free speech and fundamental human rights.