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BATALA (PUNJAB), MARCH 31. In a move that could set precedents for strengthening communal harmony in the country, a historic 17th century mosque has been handed over to the Muslims by its Sikh custodians after 55 years.
Guru Ki Maseet (Guru's mosque) built by the sixth Sikh Guru, Hargobind, for his Muslim followers 400 years ago was last week formally handed over to the Muslims.
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