Jagdish Singh Jhinda urges Akal Takht to direct SGPC to recognise HSGMC
Kurukshetra, October 25
Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Administration Committee (HSGMC) chief Jagdish Singh Jhinda has stated that the Akal Takht ought to direct the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) to recognise Haryana’s separate gurdwara administration panel and hand over to it the cost of shrines within the state.
The previous HSGMC chief was interacting with mediapersons at Gurdwara Chhevin Patshahi in Kurukshetra lately the place an occasion was organised to honour the group members who performed an important function within the formation of the Haryana’s separate committee. Jhinda stated, “The SGPC is the parliament of Sikhs and it ought to recognise the HSGMC. The Akal Takht ought to direct the SGPC at hand over the cost of the gurdwaras in Haryana to the HSGMC and recognise the Haryana physique.” Accusing the outgoing president, Baljit Singh Daduwal, and member Swaran Singh Ratia of misguiding the Sikhs of Haryana, Jhinda stated, “We additionally request the state authorities to not embody Baljit Singh Daduwal and Swaran Singh Ratia within the new committee. They’re misguiding the Sikhs of Haryana. If their names are included, it would ship a fallacious message to Sikhs and will trigger resentment.”“The Akal Takht ought to summon Baljit Singh Daduwal and search an evidence for the costs, he has been going through. We are going to request the Sikh sangat to not organise any programme of Daduwal until he will get a clear chit from the Akal Takht,” he added.
“These proposals might be despatched to the federal government and the Akal Takht. Within the March-end or the primary week of April, a Sikh conference might be organised to chalk out a technique to unite Sikhs of Haryana,” the HSGMC chief stated. Daduwal stated the allegations levelled by Jhinda had been baseless and that he was not an adviser to the state authorities. — TNS
The Akal Takht ought to summon Baljit Singh Daduwal and search an evidence for the costs, together with the misappropriation of funds, he has been going through. Jagdish Singh Jhinda, HSGMC chief