Jammu Tawi, April 11
Various Sikh Organizations today criticized state government for ignoring the minorities from their rights and grabbing its share in thousands of crores every year illegally.
In a meeting held here under the chairmanship of Amrik Singh Advocate and ex-secretary DGPC Jammu. The meeting was organised by Fateh Singh member DGPC Jammu at Gurdwara Singh Sabha Chatha Farm.
During meeting, leaders warned the state government that in future the Sikh community should launched a strong agitation for getting the justice. The Sikhs demanded from Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India and state government to give the share to minorities very soon.
The meeting was organized under the directions of his Holiness Mahant Manjit Singh Ji of Sheromani Dera Nangali Sahib Poonch to bring the unity among the Sikh masses and build the Sikh organizations strong at grass root level. So that the many long pending issues and problems faced by the Sikh community be solved.
The Sikh organizations should be reorganized from block level to district levels to province and state levels in J&K. The participants in the meeting unanimously passed the resolution and appealed the Sikh community to be united at one platform to fight and achieve the goal.
Others who were present during the meeting included Sikh United Front, Sheromani Akalidal, Bhai Kanaya Nishkam Sewa Society, AISSF, Sikh Naujawan Sabha, Sikh Welfare Society, Darbinder Singh, Ramnik Singh, Raja Singh Members DGPC Jammu, Mohinder Singh, Paramjeet Singh, Kulwant Singh, Surinder Singh Kala convener J&K Motor Transport Companies association Jammu, Dalip Singh president Gurdwara Chatha Pind, Kalyan Singh, Saroop Singh, Lucky Singh, chairman Cantonment Board Satwari, Jatinder Singh Lovely and others.