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G-20 countries should formulate policies based on environmental protection, youth employment and protection of human rights - Advocate Dhami

AMRIK SINGH | March 17, 2023 08:32 PM

AMRITSAR: Delegates from different 20 countries who arrived in Sri Amritsar to participate in the G-20 Summit events paid obseience at Sachkhand Sri Harmandir Sahib, the spiritual center of humanity today.

Meanwhile, the delegates also got information about the langar arrangement and ongoing services at Langar Sri Guru Ramdas Ji. On reaching here, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee President Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami welcomed the delegates. Meanwhile, the delegates got information about Sachkhand Sri Harmandir Sahib and Sikh history at the interpretation center built in the underground part of the plaza.

The Shiromani Committee organized a special event to honor the G-20 delegates in a special hall of the Plaza, where they were honored by the President of the Shiromani Committee, Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami and members of the Shiromani Committee. Addressing the delegates here, Shiromani Committee President Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami told the G-20 delegates about the importance, ethics and principles of Sri Darbar Sahib and said that this shrine conveys a message of unity to the entire humanity, where millions of devotees from all over the world pay obeisance daily. arrive to be Shiromani Committee President told the delegates from different countries under India's G-20 presidency that Sri Amritsar is a historical city settled by the fourth Patshah Sri Guru Ramdas Ji, where Guru Sahib settled people from different regions. He said that India's diversity is its specialty, which the delegates are experiencing during their visit.

Advocate Dhami told the delegates on behalf of the Shiromani Committee that the G-20 countries should formulate and adopt their policies with a holistic approach. He especially stressed on the issue of environment and climate change to make tough decisions and such policies so that we can give a clean and green earth to our future generations. He said that the Sikh Gurus have also taught environmental protection in their Gurbani. Addressing the G-20 delegates, Advocate Dhami said that such policies should ensure that there is no large-scale migration of the young generation to other countries and that the youth should be given opportunities and employment in their own country according to their skills. He also asked the G20 delegates to look into human rights issues and include the issue in the upcoming G20 summits. He thanked the G-20 delegates for reaching the holy land of Sri Amritsar.

It is worth mentioning that the delegates of 20 countries Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Korea, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, Britain, Bangladesh, America, European Union, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Singapore, Mauritius, Egypt, OECD, UNESCO, UNICEF were involved.

On this occasion, the former president of Shiromani Committee. Alwinderpal Singh Pakhoke, Senior Member Bawa Singh Gumanpura, s. Gurnam Singh Jasal, Member Bhai Rajinder Singh Mehta, Bhai Ram Singh, S. Surjit Singh Bhittewad, Mr. Harjap Singh Sultanwind, s. Amarjit Singh Bandala, Mr. Khushwinder Singh Bhatia, Rajya Sabha Member Vikramjit Singh Sahni, Secretary. Pratap Singh, DCP Parminder Singh Bhandal, SP Harpal Singh, SDM Harkanwal Singh, Additional Secretary Balwinder Singh Kahlwan, s. Gurinder Singh Mathrewal, Manager S. Satnam Singh Mangasarai, Deputy Secretary. Gurcharan Singh Kuhala, s. Jaswinder Singh Jassi, s. Shahbaz Singh, Information Officer Amritpal Singh, Mr. Harinder Singh, Mr. Randhir Singh, Mr. Sarabjit Singh, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh and others were present.

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