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DSGMC to file review petition in SC on Davinderpal Singh Bhullar issue: Sirsa

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New Delhi, December 18, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) President Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa today announced that the DSGMC will file a review petition in Supreme Court over its decision to stop release of Prof Davinder Singh Bhullar.

In a statement released here today, Mr. Sirsa said that it is shocking to see that those making tall claims on opposing terrorism are creating hindrances in the path of those Sikhs who want to return to mainstream. He said that Prof. Bhullar has spent most of his life in jail and he is being mentally disturbed.

Mr. Sirsa said that Prof. Bhullar had fought battle against Government sponsored terrorism and those launched by agencies. He said that it is most painful to see that petition has been filed to stop release of Prof. Bhullar from jail.

The DSGMC President said that the SC had converted the sentence from capital punishment to life term on the basis of good conduct of Prof. Bhullar. He said that when efforts are being made to convince those Sikhs to return to mainstream who had inadvertently distracted, now people have started creating hindrances in their path.

Mr. Sirsa also lashed out at Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh and said that he had earlier opposed commutation of death sentence of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana and has now played a negative role against release of Prof. Bhullar. He said that it is most shameful to see conduct of a Sikh Chief Minister of Punjab.

He also lashed out at those who are pointing finger at Shiromani Akali Dal and Panthic bodies and said that these people can only issue statement and have only one agenda to play dirty politics as they know themselves that they are worth nothing.

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