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Capt Amarinder cannot fool people on sacrilege issue: Sirsa

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New Delhi, May 3, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Committee President Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh cannot make people fool on issues of sacrilege of the Guru Granth Sahib and Bahibal firing incident.

Sirsa said that Captain Amrinder Singh raises the issue of sacrilege and Bahibal incident in public rallies and meetings for getting political benefits.

He said that Amrinder Singh should get the investigate the cases on his own but cannot make right to wrong and wrong to right.

He said that Charge-sheet submitted by inquiry committee into both cases makes clear that intention of Amrinder Singh to tarnish the image of the Shiromani Akali Dal has failed.

The DSGMC president and spokesperson of the SAD Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that Amrinder Singh knows allegation of sacrilege and Bahibal incident against SAD is not proved. The SAD that represents Sikhs cannot involve in such dirty act.

But Amrinder on the occasion of election wanted to get electorates in favour of his party by slinging mud on the SAD. But he will not be succeeded as people are aware of actual story.

Warning the Chief Minister of Punjab, Sirsa said that Amrinder Singh should not use the sacrilege issue for getting political mileage. This will hurt the sentiments of the Sikh community.

Sirsa appealed to the Sikh community to understand the leaders who are playing the political games for the Congress party, killer of the Sikh community. After getting a number of investigations into the Bahibal firing incident no evidence is found that police had taken any Punjab Minister and Akali Dal leader into confidence for firing. The latest inquiry report makes it clear that police had even not taken permission from the then Duty Magistrate Pritpal Singh for firing the bullet.

He said that Captain Amrinder Singh wanted to take people vote by misusing their sentiments but people understand him.

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