Pakistani mannequin Sauleha, who obtained immense quantity of criticism after she posed ‘bareheaded’ in Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib, has apologised for her actions because it harm the feelings of the Sikh group.
Taking to Instagram, Sauleha posted her apology, saying that she didn’t intend to harm anybody and the photographs had been presupposed to be a reminiscence of her go to to Kartarpur Sahib.
“Lately I posted an image on Instagram that was not even part of a shoot or something. I simply went to Kartarpur to study concerning the historical past and know concerning the Sikh group. It wasnt achieved to harm anybody sentiments or something for that matter. Nonetheless, if I’ve harm anybody or they suppose that I dont respect there tradition. I’m Sorry,” she wrote.
Each the model and the mannequin additionally clarified that the photographs weren’t a part of a photo-shoot.
In her apology observe, Sauleha additionally mentioned that she “respects the Sikh tradition” and might be extra conscious and accountable in future.
Shiromani Akali Dal spokesperson Manjinder Singh Sirsa and different customers shared the pictures pointing that the mannequin was bareheaded.
Masking one’s head in a gurdwara is necessary and thought of as a method of exhibiting respect for the revered place.
Following the tweet by Sirsa, police initiated a probe into the incident. The police mentioned that they’re investigating all facets regarding the photo-shoot and can take strict authorized motion in opposition to these accountable.
Data Minister Fawad Chaudhry additionally mentioned that the designer and mannequin must apologise to the Sikh group.
“Kartarpur Sahib is a spiritual image and never a movie set,” he tweeted.