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SGPC Chief expands Joint Committee for release of Sikh Prisoners, inducts two new members

Amritsar, May 17, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Expanding the joint committee formed by the SGPC on the directions of Sri Akal Takht Sahib for the release of Sikh prisoners lodged in different Indian jails, SGPC President Advocate S. Harjinder Singh added two more members.

As per the information released from SGPC office, two members including S. Bhupinder Singh Minhas, President, Gurdwara Board, Takht Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib, Nanded and S. Avtar Singh Hit, President of Takht Sri Harmandar Ji Patna Sahib Management Board, have been added to the joint committee.

Speaking in this regard, SGPC President S. Harjinder Singh said the presidents of two managements of Takht Sahibs from outside Punjab have been taken in as representatives in the 9-member joint committee formed for the release of Sikh prisoners so that the voice of entire country could be raised for this cause.

SGPC President said that in the first meeting of this joint committee on May 19, discussion will be held to finalise the future strategy.

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