Patiala: The court proceedings of the much-talked about case related to the Gurdwara at Khalsa Mohalla, which came to limelight after Punjab Wakf Board put its claim over it as its property, on Tuesday was adjourned to October 4.
The matter came up before the court of the Sub Judge Junior Division Judge Kamal Varinder and the lawyer of Punjab Wakf Board sought some more time to file the reply after which the court adjourned the case to October 4.
Earlier, the case was heard on September 20 and at that time the Punjab Wakf Board had sought time for filing the reply.
According to the General Secretary of the Gurdwara Committee Satinder Mohan Singh Narula, the Punjab Wakf Board without involving the Gurdwara Committee in the case only contested the case against two other persons who have no connection with the Gurdwara Committee in any kind and so get a decision in its favour. Now the Gurdwara Committee has challenged that order and is seeking justice. He said that even Patiala MLA Preneet Kaur has also raised the matter in the Vidhan Sabha and also urged the state government to resolve the matter as early as possible as it is concerned with the communal harmony and religious sentiments. DP
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