SAD to raise issue of objectionable content about Sikh gurus with SGPC

PATIALA: At a time when Sikh our bodies are upset over booklets, published by way of Nagpur-based publishers, projecting Sikh gurus as ‘gaubhakts’, the Shiromani Akali Dal stated they'd raise the matter with the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) instead of its best friend BJP or the RSS.
SAD spokesperson and previous training minister Daljit Singh Cheema stated he would take in the matter with SGPC instead of RSS or any political birthday party, together with its best friend BJP.

Cheema stated, “The details of such content material together with the historical past of any group should be cross checked as this is a sensitive matter as it may possibly harm the sentiments of the group. It isn't a political matter and is above the birthday party politics.”

When requested if he would raise this matter with its best friend BJP or RSS, he stated, “SGPC will be mindful of the problem of distorted details because it has all the time executed prior to now. I might raise this matter with the SGPC president in order that the publisher should be held accountable and whoever has distorted the details is made chargeable for motion.” Cheema stated the matter never got here into their understand all the way through their 10-year SAD-BJP rule in Punjab.


Declining to comment over the problem, Punjab BJP president Shwait Malik disconnected the decision when contacted. Former SGPC president Kirpal Singh Badungar stated he was once nonetheless unaware concerning the matter and would comment after reading about the similar.


Another former SGPC chief Avtar Singh Makkar stated a case should be registered towards the publishers for hurting the sentiments of the Sikh group.


SGPC president Gobind Singh Longowal and extra secretary D S Bedi could now not be contacted for their comments. An SGPC member from Fatehgarh Sahib, Karnail Singh Panjoli, stated, “I can write to the SGPC and the jathedar of Akal Takht to be mindful of the objectionable content material being printed by way of the RSS. Some years again, the Sangh had landed in an argument for publishing misguided content material towards the Sikh gurus. A case should be registered towards the publishers for hurting the Sikh sentiments.”


SAD to raise issue of objectionable content about Sikh gurus with SGPC SAD to raise issue of objectionable content about Sikh gurus with SGPC Reviewed by kailash soni on May 15, 2018 Rating: 5
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