Committee on political prisoners seeks assembly with PM Modi, Amit Shah
Amritsar, Might 24
Amid “variations”, the joint motion committee (JAC) on the discharge of Sikh political prisoners has sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Residence Minister Amit Shah, and Chief Minister of Delhi and Karnataka.
An inventory of twenty-two Sikh prisoners languishing in jails of assorted states has been ready. The record additionally mentions the main points of their sentence standing.
In the meantime, there are murmurs towards the inclusion of SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal within the 11-member JAC, constituted below the SGPC as per the instructions of Akal Takht.
Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Administration Committee (HSGMC) president Baljit Singh Daduwal, who’s a part of the JAC, was the primary to lift objection. He feared that the “joint efforts” within the identify of the Panthic trigger could possibly be “derailed” by the Badals for his or her political beneficial properties.
Harmeet Singh Kalka, DSGMC chief, has echoed Daduwal’s opinion.
JAC member Manjit Singh GK stated: “Each endorsed each choice of the JAC, however later raised objections.”
In the meantime, on the Might 11 assembly, SAD (Amritsar) chief Simranjit Mann equated his get together’s demand for a separate Sikh state with that of an SGPC’s 1946 decision.
In a video clip of Mann’s handle, he urged the leaders current on the assembly to revive the decision and point out their consent with the wink of an eye fixed.