Friday, May 6, 2016

DSGMC Demand : Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh should also be summoned to the Akal Takht to seek his explanation on tytler.

 Decision on Tytler seeking appointment from Akal Takht Jathedar taken after taking all panthic organisations into confidence, DSGMC President

 New Delhi / 6 May 2016 Under the leadership of President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) Manjit Singh G.K. a delegation today met Shri Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh in Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib in connection with appointment sought by Congress leader Jagdish Tytler to meet the Jathedar.

Manjit Singh G.K. informed Jathedar about his role as a perpetrator in 1984 Sikh genocide and a trial going on against him in the court of law. After meeting Jathedar DSGMC President told journalists that Tytler is seeking appointment from Akal Takht Jathedar to clarify his role in the 1984 genocide. G.K. said it seems to be a ploy of Tytler to seek support of Sikhs in the elections of Punjab Vidhan Sabha scheduled in 2017 or an attempt to save his political masters from the embarrassment caused by him due to his name cropping up in the genocide from time to time.

 In the meeting G.K. praised the legal department of DSGMC which has contested the cases against Tytler and other Congress leaders behind the genocide in best possible manner because when the case is being dealt properly the court of law has taken tough stand against Tytler during the last hearing after the facts came to light that he alongwith Abhishek Verma an arms dealer was trying to influence the witnesses in the case against him.

“It raises many questions that former Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh named Tytler as innocent after which it came to light that Tytler has planned to seek forgiveness”, G.K. told journalists. “Incase Tytler has realised that he had done wrong with Sikhs for which he was seeking forgiveness than the role of Amarinder is doubtful. He demanded that Amarinder should also be summoned to the Akal Takht to seek his explanation on the matter.

DSGMC president who is also president of Akali Dal in Delhi said that during 1984 genocide not only innocent Sikhs were killed but disrespect was shown to Shri Guru Granth Sahib, which has hurt the Sikh sentiments.  

G.K. raised apprehension that incase Tytler gets permission to meet Akal Takht Jathedar it will lead to a mass reaction from Sikhs living across the globe and will also lower the prestige of the Takht. G.K. appealed to Jathedar that any decision on the matter be taken given after taking the entire Sikh panth and panthic organization into confidence. He requested Jathedar that Tytler be asked to speak out names of the Congress leaders who were involved with him in the genocide.

Replying to a question that it has come to light that previous management of the DSGMC which offered siropa to Tytler was trying to arrange a meeting between Akal Takht Jathedar and Jagdish Tytler, G.K. said that all those who offered siropa to Tytler are answerable to Sikh panth and fingers are raised on them.

Akal Takht Jathedar told journalists that he so far has not received any letter from Tytler and incase he get one he will take it to the all five head priests for final decision because on one side Tytler is an accused of genocide and on other side he is facing trial in the court.

Avtar Singh Hit Former President of DSGMC, Mahinder Pal Singh Chadha Senior Vice President of committee, Amarjeet Singh Pappu Joint Secretary, and Gurmeet Singh Meeta, Harvinder Singh K.P.,  Harjinder Singh, Jeet Singh, Gurmeet Singh Lubana and Paramjit Singh Chandok all members, Jaswinder Singh Jolly head legal cell and Parminder Pal Singh spokesman were also present.

With Thanks : Media DSGMC

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