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DSGMC announced to start Dharam Prachar movement in Punjab by opening an office in Amritsar

AMRIK SINGH | July 16, 2022 08:59 AM

Failure of the SGPC to fulfill its responsibilities was the reason for the spread of Christianity: Harmeet Singh Kalka

KAITHAL (HARYANA): Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee President Harmeet Singh Kalka has announced that the Delhi Gurdwara Committee will soon start Dharam Prachar movement in Punjab by opening an office in Amritsar.

This announcement was made by Kalka while addressing the 8th Establishment Day function of Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee here yesterday

He said that SGPC have failed to fulfill their responsibility to take care of Sikhism due to which today millions of Sikhs in Punjab have renounced their religion and converted to Christianity.

He said that SGPC came into existence on 15th November 1920 and it was given the responsibility to take care of Sikhs and serve shrines. Failing to discharge its responsibilities, the Delhi Committee and now the Haryana Gurdwara Management Committee have come into being.

He said that while the Haryana Gurdwara Committee was promoting Sikhism in Haryana, the Delhi Committee had also reviewed the history of its Guru Sahibs, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur and other Sikh generals and other important places at the Red Fort.

Harmeet Singh Kalka said that politics has become dominant in the SGPC and one family has been able to dominate the Shiromani Akali Dal.

He started doing politics due to which the committee failed. He said that Guru Granth Sahib Ji was insulted in Punjab in the year 2015, Guru Sahib's limbs were scattered in the streets and insulted but no office bearer or member of SGPC made any statement about it as at that time Punjab Of that family.

He said that we were also part of Shiromani Akali Dal but we were told to form a coalition with those who honored the killers of 1984 Sikhs on stage and looted the spheres of Guru's houses.
He said that when an 11-member committee was formed on the issue of Bandi Singhs and its first meeting was held, he and Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal had raised the issue of how those who had arrested the Singhs are now demanding the release.

Earlier, he congratulated Sant Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal, President, Haryana Gurdwara Committee and his entire team on the occasion of the 8th Foundation Day and hoped that the Delhi Committee would work harder for the Sikhs of Haryana.
Apart from Kalka, Vikram Singh Rohini and Bhupinder Singh Bhullar were also present.

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