Akal Takht must intervene to end headlock of Sikh organizations: Brinder Dhillon

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Chandigarh, September 15, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)

Expressing dissatisfaction over the reports of clashes between Sikh organizations in the premises of Sri Darbar Sahib, the president of Punjab Youth Congress, Brinder Singh Dhillon on Tuesday requested Jathedar of Sri Akal Takht to intervene and pacify the sikh to reach to the conclusion in the issue.

Dhillon said that the sikhs are being misguided by political powers for their benefits and this is the need of the hour to assemble them under one roof. The Sikhs have empowered Jathedar sahib with ultimate powers and he must use it for the enhancement of the panth.

Dhillon said that Jathedar sahib has a great responsibility of guiding the people who believe in Shri Guru Granth Sahib and the panth has always taken his words seriously for upliftment of the sikhs.

“Nobody can doubt the farsightedness of Jathedar sahib and it is the time when Sikhs need his guidance most. The youth congress president also appeals the agitating organizations to burry the differences and find a middle way to come to a common point.” He said.

Criticizing Badals for manipulating glorious Sikh institutions for their political use, Dhillon said that they must refrain from further damaging the majesty of great gurus and sikh worriers who gave their lives for protection of sikhism. Badals have always used Sikhism for their political benefits and Sikh panth will never forgive them for this.

Expressing displeasure over attack on media persons by SGPC task force, Dhillon said that this is absolutely against the basic fundamentals of the sikhism and nobody can stop media from performing their duty.

“Sikhism always teaches the policy of giving respects to other but the force has work against the law of sikhism. He demanded that SGPC must identify the attackers and take strict action against them.


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