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Won’t allow GK to usurp Hari Nagar School: Sirsa

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New Delhi, February 21, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)

The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) President Mr.Manjinder Singh Sirsa has said that the committee will not allow nefarious designs of Manjit Singh GK to usurp Guru Harkrishan Public School (DSGMC) Hari Nagar.

Addressing a press conference here today along with General Secretary Harmeet Singh Kalka, Mr. Sirsa said that GHPS Hari Nagar was handed over to the DSGMC as per order of Jathedar Sri Akal Takht Sahib.

He said that this is now property of the DSGMC and nobody has any right to give it to someone. He said that Manjit Singh GK wants to usurp the property of the school as he did in the case of property gifted by his in-laws to the DSGMC.

Mr. Sirsa said that Manjit Singh GK is first member in the history of the DSGMC who has been expelled from committee after he was found guilty of fraud of Rs. 55 crore by the members.

He said that as per wish of Sangat members expelled him from the committee. He said that he was given a time of one month for explanation but he chose not to respond to allegations against him.

Mr. Sirsa said that it appears as Mr. GK had usurped property of hi in-laws by forging documents, he wants to usurp land of the Hari Nagar School and this will not be allowed at any cost.

Responding to a question regarding Jathedar Avtar Singh Hitt, Mr. Sirsa said that Jathedar Hit has clearly said that he had handed over the school the DSGMC as per orders of Jathedar Sri Akal Takht Sahib and now this is a property of the DSGMC.

He also showed video of Jathedar Hitt speaking in General House of the DSGMC. He said that the DSGMC is paying salary of the employees of Hari Nagar school and similarly making payments for maintenance of building of the school.

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