Gurcharan Singh Kahlon
Sydney, 2 May
Protests took place in various gurdwaras in Australia against the Punjab government. These protests were against the insult of Guru Granth Sahib in Punjab and the support of the alleged perpetrators of those incidents. Copies of the Punjab and Haryana High Court’s decision to cancel the investigation report of incidents of insult to the Guru Granth Sahib were also burnt.
Spokesmen said that the ruling Congress government of Punjab had joined hands with the erstwhile Badal government to disrespect the Guru Granth Sahib. In Guru’s house, the accused, who run sticks on innocent and innocent associates, are roaming freely but the current Captain’s government is making a strange attempt to save the accused instead of protecting them due to political interests. He termed the alleged complicity of Gurudwara miscreants and law promoters in Punjab as fatal to the Sikh Panth. He also raised slogans against Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and former Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal.
The leaders said that the Punjab and Haryana High Court had also given the same decision which was presented in court with the connivance of the government and the accused. He said that the Sangh did not accept the decision of the High Court. He also burnt copies of the High Court verdict in other gurdwaras, including Sydney. Meanwhile, a resolution was passed in solidarity with Shri Akal Takht’s former Jathedar brother Ranjit Singh, urging him to implement all the programs given to unite the Nanak Leva Sikh Sangat community at home and abroad. Gone.