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DSGMC leaders warn Capt Amarinder to refrain from raising finger at Takht Jathedars

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New Delhi, April 26, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

DSGMC Leaders today advised Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amrinder Singh to restrain himself from negatively commenting on Akal Takhat Jathedar and Sikh Spiritual Supreme body Akal Takhat for petty political gains.

In a statement issued here today Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee President S. Manjinder Singh Sirsa and General Secretary Harmeet Singh Kalka said that Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amrinder Singh is raising fingers on functioning of supreme sikh bodies which deserves strong condemnation.

Sikh Leaders in their statement said that in the Election rallies Capt. Amrinder Singh blaiming continually to the Takhat Jathedar that they are working under the direction of Sukhbir Singh Badal and Jathedars got the order from the Badal’s house but he is not aware that all the decisions are taken by the Jathedars on the bases of unanimity.

Further the leaders said that decision taken by supreme Sikh body independently by five Jathedars on the basis of religious precedents and Rahat Maryada and there is no interference in their functioning from any outside forces.

President S. Manjinder Singh Sirsa and General Secretary Harmit Singh Kalka said that congress leaders is misguiding sikh masses to retain in power and his claim that he is working sincerely on his vow taken on gutka sahib is totally false and misleading without any basis .

Both leaders said that Captain Amrinder Singh had taken vow before Holy Gutka Sahib that he will eradicate drug menance from Punjab in four month has proved hoax and nothing concrete has been done by him in this regard so far.

Both leaders advised captain amrinder singh to use other tactics to remain in power and garner political support in coming ensuing elections but refrain from attacking or commenting adversely on highest sikh bodies and Sikh Sangat will not tolerate such tactics to maligh sikh spirtual bodies for political gains.

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