Source - http://www.livepunjab.com/node/20765 Suraj Muni, who faced Sikhs outrage after throwing Guru Granth Sahib into the canal, was brutally murdered in his hut by some unidentified persons on Monday 11th June. Some few months down the line Suraj Muni threw a copy of Guru Granth Sahib into a canal on the Malout-Dabwali road. He was then triggered by the Sikh protesters and later arrested by Haryana Police for hurting religious sentiments of the people. Suraj Muni was later granted bail and since then he was the resident of his dera. Police initiated quick measures after they found his blood soaked body lying in his hut by calling forensic science experts and deployed additional force in anticipating of any reaction from the locality. According to the Police, three unidentified persons at 11 A.M entered into the dera of Suraj Muni in Ward 16 at Peelibanga in neighbouring Hanumangarh and attached him with sharp edged weapons and subsequently killing him. Daleep Jakhar, Additional Superintendent of Police said that they have detained some suspicious persons for interrogation. However nothing concrete has been found so far and the investigation is still going on.