Friday, March 25, 2022

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Saturday, March 19, 2022





Do you have the passion and dedication to play a positive role in improving crime control and security in your area?

Greetings from the Indian Police Foundation (IPF)!

The IPF Online Volunteer Scheme is a platform to build partnerships between citizens and the police.  IPF Volunteers will help in promoting community engagement, trust, and harmony among citizens, spreading awareness about how policing touches the lives of every citizen and why good policing is essential for India’s internal security and economic development. 
Our Police Forces perform a crucial role in protecting the lives and property of citizens, controlling crime, and maintaining societal peace which is considered essential for India’s internal security and democracy. IPF believes that a peaceful and crime-free society is essential to focus on India’s fight against poverty, unemployment, and disease and a pre-condition to India’s growth as a strong political and economic power.

This is an opportunity for students, youth, RWAs, and citizens in general, to participate in voluntary work for a public cause: to be an IPF Online Volunteer to conduct the annual Citizen Satisfaction Survey on the quality of policing in your area. Citizens of a democratic country have an important responsibility of providing feedback on the quality of governance. Our Citizen Satisfaction Survey is intended to understand public perceptions about the quality of police service and thereby help the police to continuously improve their services. RWAs have an important role to play in improving the quality of policing, public security, regulation of traffic, etc. 



    IPF invites the partnership of RWAs from every District of India, to be our Online Volunteers to support us in this mission.  The IPF Online Volunteers will be required to assist us in conducting the annual citizen satisfaction survey so that we can capture feedback and diverse voices, from every district in the country.  

    Please note that this call is for persons wanting to volunteer. There is no financial or any other remuneration for this voluntary work.  However, in the future, IPF plans to hold seminars, discussions, webinars, etc to help RWAs to improve crime control and community policing.  We shall continue to remain in touch with you for this purpose.  Online Volunteers from RWAs will be given e-Certificates of Volunteering, in recognition of their contribution, at the end of the year.

    If you are willing to provide voluntary and impartial service to the above cause, please register online before 15th April 2022, using the link provided below.  Your personal particulars will be kept strictly confidential.


    Monday, March 7, 2022

    DSGMC to send a 20-members Delegation to help the stranded people in Ukraine

    Harmeet Singh Kalka, President and Jagdip Singh Kahlon, General Secretary, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has informed the media that Delhi Sikh Committee will send a 20-member delegation to help the stranded people in Ukraine. The delegation will comprise of senior members, staff and volunteers.

    The delegation will be divided into two parts- one part will visit to border of Poland and other will visit to Slovakia to help the stranded people there.  Special camps will be organized there to distribute langar, medical assistance and extend all possible assistance to the stranded people on humanitarian grounds. They said after the war, the situation gets worsened and people need much more assistance. DSGMC deems its duty to send the delegation to serve the people in distress.

    Kalka and Kahlon further said that DSGMC stands in the forefront to provide its services to needy people at the time of natural calamities. In the past, DSGMC has done commendable service whenever the country needed for example at the time of natural calamities in Uttrakhand, Gujarat, Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and in Nepal and other places in abroad. The motto of the DSGMC is to serve the humanity following the teachings of our Guru Sahibs.

    Dr.Gurdeep Kaur

    Friday, March 4, 2022

    DSGMC condoles death of two Indian students belong to Karnataka and Punjab in Ukraine

     Harmeet Singh Kalka, President and Jagdip Singh Kahlon, General Secretary, DSGMC condoled death of two Indian students belong to Karnataka and Punjab in the war-torn Ukraine .As reported one student died in bomb shelling in Kharkiv and another one died due to suffering from ischemic stroke.  They said that whatever is going on in Ukraine is very unfortunate. The people living there, are facing many ordeals such as hunger and shortage of medical amenities/medicines.  Somehow people are forced to live in bunkers to protect their lives.

    Kalka and Kahlon informed that Bhog of Akhand Path of Sri Guru Granth Sahib was performed today at Gurdwara Bangla Sahib for the safe return of Indian students and others stranded in Ukraine and world peace and prayer was also performed for the well being of all.


    Kahlon said that amid adverse conditions, Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Warsaw, Poland providing langar to the war affected needy people following the footsteps shown by Guru Sahibs. People of all religions are taking shelter in this Gurdwara which is good example of integrity in diversity of  India.  He appealed to Indians living in the vicinity to come forward and help the distressed and stranded Indians in Ukraine.

     On the occasion, S. Atma Singh Lubana, Vice President, S. Jaspreet Singh Karamsar, Chairman, Dharam Parchar Committee, S. Harjeet Singh Pappa, Member, S. Sukhbir Singh Kalra, Member, S. Gurdev Singh, Member, Ramandeep Singh Thapar, Member, S. Ranjit Singh, Head Granthi, Gurdwara Bangla Sahib and staff of DSGMC and Sangat in large number were present.