Sat Sri Akal. At the gurdwara I go to, there is a prominent painting as you enter the langar hall. It pictures the burning complex of the Harmandeer Sahib in the background, with the pictures of Jarnail Bhindranwale on the left, and Beant Singh and Satwant Singh on the right (two bodyguards who shot Indira Gandhi). No doubt the picture refers to the tragic events of 1984. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but in my opinion it's wrong to display pictures of politically controversial figures in a place of worship, or any human being for that matter. OK, I suppose you can argue about the status of Bhindranwale: was he a shaheed or a terrorist? But Beant and Satwant Sing? They executed the democratically elected prime minister of India in cold blood. OK, they blamed her for the masterminding the Operation Bluestar, but they should have been argued their case in a court of law. Who gave them the right to kill? God gives life and God takes the life away. And to glorify such act of terorism in a house of God, such as the gurdwara, amounts to a political statement of a very dubious merit. I'd like to know youir opinion on the above.