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Campaign For Release Of Sikh Prisoners To Be Taken To Villages: SGPC

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Campaign For Release Of Sikh Prisoners To Be Taken To Villages: SGPC

Chief of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) Harjinder Singh Dhami on Saturday mentioned that the village degree can be the main focus of the marketing campaign for the discharge of Sikh prisoners. The selection was made throughout a joint assembly of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and the SGPC on the historic Alamgir Gurdwara on the outskirts of town. Sukhbir Singh Badal, the pinnacle of the SAD, additionally attended the convention.

Dhami claimed that greater than 16 lakh varieties have already been stuffed as a part of the SGPC’s signature drive for the discharge of Sikh inmates that was began in December. From February 18, he acknowledged, the marketing campaign can be intensified and dropped at the village degree, and conferences can be held in no less than 4 places in each meeting constituency.

In accordance with Dhami, the members had been happy with the SGPC’s efforts to safe the discharge of the “Bandi Singhs.” SAD chief Badal urged the leaders to recruit as many villagers as attainable to hitch the marketing campaign. The SGPC and the SAD are preventing for the discharge of Sikh inmates who they are saying are being held in varied prisons after having served their sentences. These inmates embrace 1993 Delhi bomb bombing convict Devinderpal Singh Bhullar and Balwant Singh Rajoana, who was discovered responsible within the homicide of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh.

In accordance with Dhami, a plan has been created to organise occasions on the village degree starting on February 18 as a way to speed up this initiative.

The present SGPC members, Akali leaders, ladies, and youth SAD staff had been requested by Badal to make sure most participation of villagers within the SGPC’s hallmark marketing campaign.

(With PTI inputs)


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