Amritsar, July 20
A four-member staff of the Archaeological Survey of India at this time inspected the tunnel-like construction found throughout excavation whereas constructing a brand new ‘joda ghar’ within the Golden Temple complicated.
The ASI was approached to establish the antiquity of the Nanakshahi brick-made construction discovered throughout the excavation close to Akal Takht secretariat. The staff of archaeologists, led by AK Mishra, inspected the construction, took its photos and measurements. Some specimens of the construction have additionally been taken to test its heritage standing. SGPC chief Bibi Jagir Kaur stated if the location was discovered to be associated to the Sikh historical past, it might be preserved. Although there was no proof to authenticate its historic or spiritual significance, it’s learnt to be a personal property, ‘Gianian Da Bunga’. — TPR