Tribune News Service
Amritsar, January 8
At a time when the elections of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) are approaching, its former president Manjit Singh GK believes that its outcomes would set the tone for the SGPC and 2022 Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections, as nicely.
GK, who was right here to pay obeisance on the Golden Temple, stated his objective was to pray and carry out ardas for the success of farmers’ battle within the New Year.
He advocated the farmers’ transfer of not sharing their stage with any political party whereas contesting the farm legal guidelines.
“Otherwise, the political events who had misplaced their grounds, would have misutilised the farmers’ platform for their political good points whereas tarnishing the farmers’ trigger,” he stated.
He stated many rounds of talks had been there between the farmers and the Centre management, however these remained inconclusive. “I enchantment to the Centre to resolve the difficulty shortly, particularly when the farmers with their elders, kids and women had been holding protests amidst the opposed climate situations,” he stated.
Launching a scathing assault on SAD, the president of JAGO (Jag Aasra Guru Ott) party stated that Badals’ downfall was began in 2014 when Arun Jaitley may not achieve Lok Sabha elections from Amritsar.
“Badals have misplaced the credibility among the many Sikhs who may always remember the flip-flop decision to pardon the controversial Sirsa Dera cult and collection of sacrilege incidents that led to killing of harmless at Barghari. The DSGMC would witness the elections in three months and its outcomes would clear air about Badals’ future. I foresee Badals being completely worn out from the DSGMC, adopted by the SGPC and the Assembly.”