The Justice (retd.) Ranjit Singh Commission on Saturday submitted its final report on the Bargari sacrilege incident and the Behbal Kalan firing case, as part of its first set of probe findings, to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.

The Chief Minister has forwarded the report to the State Home Secretary and the Advocate General to examine the findings in a time-bound manner and suggest action so that the guilty can be brought to book at the earliest, said an official statement.

On October 12, 2015, torn pages of the
Guru Granth Sahib
were found in Bargari village in Faridkot district. In the protests that followed, two men died in police firing in Behbal Kalan village on October 14.

Justice (retd.) Ranjit Singh met the Chief Minister at his official residence and submitted the first set of findings in a sealed envelope. The findings also included reports on incidents of sacrilege at village Burj Jawahar Singh Wala, Gurusar and Mallke, and a firing incident at Kotkapura.

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