Several hardliners, including Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal, former MP Dhian Singh Mand told reporters here that the sect led by Baba Gurinder Singh Dhillon after rounds of discussion agreed to rebuild the demolished Gurdwara which fell within the jurisdiction of Dera premises.
Daduwal said that the decision to rebuild the Gurdwara inside the Dera Beas by the sect has proved that "Radha Soami Sect has immense regard for the Sikh community and Guru Granth Sahib".
Members of the Sikh community and followers of Radha Soami sect were at loggerheads over a disputed land that belonged to Warraich panchayat and was allegedly sold to the dera without obtaining the mandatory approval from panchayats director.
Tension mounted further after members of dera Radha Soami sect allegedly allegedly destroyed a section of the one-room gurdwara existing on the land.
To resolve the dispute, the Akal Takht had directed SGPC president Avtar Singh Makkar to form a three-member committee to investigate into the matter and submit its report.
Later, the Akal Takht gave a clean chit to followers of Dera Radha Soami sect and said the community had not indulged in any blasphemous act in demolition of a gurdwara in Warraich village.
But various Sikh hardliners outfit were discontented with the decision of Akal Takht and also announced boycott of Akal Takht Jathedar since they were demanding the reconstruction of the Gurdwara.