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Saturday, August 20, 2016

DSGMC Welcome Removal of 225 Names from Black List



 Demands clarification on actual number of Sikhs in the List

New Delhi / 20 August 2016  

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) today welcomed the decision of Government of India to remove 225 names from the black list. DSGMC also demanded for making the list public.

DSGMC President Manjit Singh G.K. thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal on behalf of entire Sikh Panth.

G.K. elaborated on his vehement efforts of getting democratic rights for those in the back list because for past 32 years they were denied entry into India and were forced to take political asylum in the foreign countries. DSGMC President Manjit Singh G.K. said that on his visit to United States of America In 2015 he was approached by Sikhs asking him to take up the matter with Indian Government, after which he started political and legal efforts on war footing.

In this connection, G.K. said he met Indian ambassador in United States Arun Kumar Singh on 1 June 2015, on 12 June same he filed application under right to information for seeking names of those in the black list, on 20 August 2015 he met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and filed a petition in Delhi High Court seeking directions for the Government of India to give information under RTI on the matter.
“Due to vehement efforts from time to time by Punjab government and DSGMC, 225 names from the black list were removed leading to long awaited relief for the families”, said G.K.

Manjit Singh G.K. said that some confusion over the matter continues because in February 2011 Home Ministry of Government of India revealed that there are 169 names in the black list out of which 142 were removed, but as per fresh information the number of Sikhs in the list have gone up by 298 and response on the matter is awaited. He demanded that remaining 73 names should also be cleared from the black list.

“The government should clarify how 129 new names have been added in the list”, G.K. demanded. He raised apprehensions that previous congress party led UPA government in its tenure added new names. G.K. who is also President of Shiromani Akali Dal in Delhi said that next hearing in the High Court in the matter is fixed for 26 September 2016 and hoped that Government of India would clarify on the confusion by then. 


With Thanks : Media DSGMC

Sikhs Protested outside Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal House



New Delhi / 17 August 2016  
The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC)  gheraoed the house of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and also burnt his effigy. A large number of SIkhs took part in the protest. DSGMC president Manjit Singh G.K. led the protest that began from Civil Lines Metro Station. Protestors called Kejriwal Government as anti Sikhs that take decisions looking things in a communal prism. The protesters were also carrying placard on which he was mentioned as anarchist and rightist bent of mind. Delhi police used water cannons to scatter the protesters.


Speaking on the occasion Manjit Singh G.K. said that Kejriwal was giving step motherly treatment to Sikhs. Not allowing installation of the statue of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur and not allotting seats for admissions in two minority institutions run by DSGMC is the reason that forced Sikhs to resort to protest.G.K. said Kejriwal refused permission for installing statue of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur in Mehrauli park taking plea of an order of the Supreme Court, but on 13 August he unveiled statue first CM of Delhi Chaudhary Brahm Prakash in village Khera Dabur hospital, purely for political gains. “Delhi government run IP University has not permitted two institutions run by DSGMC for admissions but 34 other institutions under the university are admitting students in-spite of serious discrepancies,” G.K. also said.


G.K. added that Kejriwal’s policies and intentions are to rob Sikhs of their rights. He said Sikhs have accepted when Delhi government said Baba Banda Singh Bahadur statues could not be installed due to Supreme Court’s orders, but they had to raise voice and resort to protest when statues of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were installed in Delhi Vidhan Sabha.

G.K. announced that he would file a contempt petition against Kejriwal for violating Supreme Court orders and would also take the fight for denying rights to Sikhs to the parliament.
With Thanks : Media DSGMC

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Sri Guru Granth Sahib :Bani Dee Gurbanee at Gurdwara Bangla Sahib


Students Organisation Of India ( SOI)

‘‘एस.ओ.आई.’’ की दिल्ली इकाई का हुआ विस्तार :बड़ी संख्या में छात्राएं भी पदाधिकारी बनने के लिए आगे आई

शिरोमणी अकाली दल की छात्र इकाई ‘‘स्टूडेन्टस आॅर्गनाईजेशन आॅफ इंडिया’’ (एस.ओ.आई.) की दिल्ली इकाई का आज विस्तार किया गया। गुरुद्वारा रकाबगंज साहिब के पार्टी कार्यालय में हुए कार्यक्रम में दिल्ली सिख गुरुद्वारा प्रबंधक कमेटी एवं अकाली दल दिल्ली इकाई के अध्यक्ष मनजीत सिंह जी.के. एवं दिल्ली कमेटी के महासचिव मनजिन्दर सिंह सिरसा ने ए.बी.वी.पी. छोड़ के साथियों समेत ‘‘एस.ओ.आई.’’ में शामिल हुए रवतेज सिंह अरोड़ा को सिरोपा देकर जहां सम्मानित किया वहीं गुरु गोबिन्द सिंह काॅलेज आॅफ काॅमर्स तथा श्री गुरुनानक देव खालसा काॅलेज के नवनियुक्त लगभग 50 पदाधिकारियों को नियुक्ति पत्र भी सौंपे। 

जी.के. ने इस अवसर पर ‘‘एस.ओ.आई.’’ के कार्यकर्ताओं को देश का भविष्य बताते हुए सिख इतिहास के बारे जानकारी भी दी। जी.के. ने कहा कि पंजाब के सहयोग के बिना देश आजाद नहीं हो सकता था इसलिए पंजाबियों की कुर्बानीयों को याद रखना तथा उस पर गर्व करना हमारा परम फर्ज बनता है। गुरु तेग बहादर खालसा काॅलेज का पूर्व विद्यार्थी होने का हवाला देते हुए जी.के. ने 1977 में छात्र संघ के नेता का चुनाव लड़ने के बाद शुरू हुए सियासी सफर के दौरान अकाली दल दिल्ली प्रदेश तथा दिल्ली कमेटी का अध्यक्ष बनने को यादगारी बताया। 
श्री गुरु ग्रंथ साहिब में गुरू साहिबानों, भट्ट साहिबानों तथा भगतों की बाणी शामिल होने की बात करते हुए जी.के. ने सभी धर्माे तथा समुदायों के लोगों को साथ लेकर अलग पहचान स्थापित करने का भी बच्चों को सन्देश दिया। खालसा काॅलेजों में पढ़ाई के दौरान मिलते उत्तम विचारों को समाजसेवा के लिए इस्तेमाल करते हुए अनोखा उदाहरण स्थापित करने का भी जी.के. ने बच्चों का आह्वान किया। 

सिरसा ने बच्चों को अपने धर्म, विरासत तथा पार्टी पर गर्व करने की सलाह देते हुए दिल्ली कमेटी को चारों खालसा काॅलेजों में सिख बच्चों के लिये 50 फीसदी सीटें आरक्षित रखने में मिली कामयाबी को कौम की बड़ी जीत बताया। सिरसा ने आशा जताई कि आज इस कार्यक्रम में शामिल हुए विद्यार्थीयों में से ही आने वाले समय में कोई अकाली दल या दिल्ली कमेटी के अध्यक्ष जैसे प्रतिष्ठित पद पर पहुंचेगा। सिरसा ने साफ कहा कि बेशक देश में हमारी आबादी 2 प्रतिशत है पर फिर भी पूरे संसार में हम अहमियत रखते हैं। इस संबंध में भारत के बाहर विदेशों में सिखों के संसद सदस्य बनने का भी उन्होंने हवाला दिया। सिरसा ने 2013 के दिल्ली कमेटी के चुनाव दौरान सबसे अधिक नौजवान सदस्यों के चुनाव जीतने का भी दावा किया। 

पूर्व विधायक तथा ‘‘एस.ओ.आई.’’ के प्रभारी हरमीत सिंह कालका ने स्टेज सचिव की सेवा निभाते हुए छात्रों को मिले नियुक्ति पत्रों को बड़ी जिम्मेदारी के तौर पर परिभाषित किया। कालका ने कहा कि पदाधिकारी बनने का मतलब नौजवानों को गलत काम करने का लाईसेंस मिलना ना समझा जाये। दिल्ली कमेटी की धर्मप्रचार कमेटी के चेयरमैन परमजीत सिंह राणा ने खालसा काॅलेजों में इस वर्ष बहुसंख्या में सिख बच्चों के हुए दाखिलों के कारण पहली बार काॅलेजों में पगड़ी वाले छात्र बड़ी गिनती में दिखने का भी दावा किया। इस अवसर पर दिल्ली कमेटी के संयुक्त सचिव अमरजीत सिंह फतेह नगर, दिल्ली कमेटी सदस्य कुलवंत सिंह बाठ, हरदेव सिंह धनौवा, चमन सिंह, रविन्दर सिंह लवली, अकाली नेता जसवंत सिंह बिट्टू, गुरमीत सिंह फैडरेशन, सतबीर सिंह गगन तथा ‘‘एस.ओ.आई.’’के प्रदेश अध्यक्ष गगनदीप सिंह छियासी मौजूद थे। 

With Thanks : Media DSGMC

Akali Dal Demands Dissolution of Delhi Commission for Women

Manjit Singh G.K. writes to Lt. Governor for registering criminal case against Kejriwal and Swati Maliwal


The President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) Manjit Singh G.K. who is also President of Shiromani Akali Dal in Delhi today demanded dissolving Delhi Commission for Women and constituting a new body. He demanded this in a letter sent to LT. Governor Najeeb Jung, blaming Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal for forcing Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) worker Soni to commit suicide.

Talking to reporters G.K. raised questions for not giving timely treatment to the victim in Delhi government run Raja Harishchander hospital in Narela. G.K. said Kejriwal who came to power by promising security and safety of women in Delhi is leading the team of his party workers who see women with bad intentions. DSGMC President also said that Kejriwal is anti-women because he suggested Soni to reach a compromise when she complained that she was exploited by party leaders and workers.

He also said that Kejriwal who used to talk hoarse after Nirbhaya incident, and when Bhawri Devi like incident has happened in state where he runs the government, G.K. questioned that will he give compensation of Rs. One crore to the Soni’s family and when will he dismiss the leaders of his party against whom Soni complained.Taking dig on Kejriwal G.K. said that he had time for Gujarat Dalits but no time to meet family of Soni who lives in Narela. He promised to give Rs. One lakh for education of Soni’s children and demanded that the investigation of the case be given to CBI and not SDM.

SAD Delhi President said that DCW is highly politicised as it kept sitting on the complaint lodged by Soni. “I fail to understand why the commission promptly took up case of former captain of hockey team Sardar Singh after a complaint lodged by his female companion when a case was already registered in Ludhiana. The commission has jurisdiction in Delhi but his political intentions touches as far as Punjab which is heading for assembly polls. I have told Lt. Governor that instead of taking care of the rights of women in Delhi, the chairperson prefers to expand her political intentions”, G.K.


G.K. also said that incase the victim was given timely treatment in the hospital she could have been saved but she was denied this right also under the pressure of AAP workers.
 He appealed to the Lt. Governor to book Kejriwal and Swati Maliwal under section 306 of Indian penal code. He added that action by Delhi Commission for Women in a case related to Punjab was illegal and immoral.

SAD Secretary General in Delhi Harmeet Singh Kalka, Senior Akali leaders Avtar Singh Hit and Onkar Singh Thapar, DSGMC senior Vice President Mahinder Pal Singh Chadha, Vice President Satpal Singh, Joint Secretary Amarjeet Singh Fateh Nagar, Members Kulmohan Singh, Ravinder Singh Khurana, Harvinder Singh K.P, Harjinder Singh, Paramjit Singh Chandok, Chaman Singh, Hardev Singh Dhanoa, Dheeraj Kaur, Jeet Singh and SAD Spokesman Parminder Pal Singh and Jaswinder Singh Jolly were also present. 

With Thanks : Media DSGMC

First Sikh Cricket Team Plays in Pakistan

Amritsar: 
Sikhs of Pakistan have formed a cricket team for the first time comprising members of the community only.

The 'Khalsa XI' captained by Mahinderpal Singh of Nankana Sahib is currently playing matches with teams of other minority communities of Pakistan in the Minority Sports Festival being held in a run-up to National Minority Day to be celebrated on August 11.

Talking to TOI over phone from Lahore, a member of Pakistan Punjab provincial assembly from Narowal and the man behind Khalsa XI, Ramesh Arora said an all-Sikh cricket team had been formed in the country for the first time.



"We got fine cricketers from among the budding Sikh players of Pakistan," said Ramesh. He said in his capacity as a Sikh minority MPA and the federal ministry of human rights bear expenses for training of Sikh cricketers. He informed that Hindu and Christian cricket teams were also participating in the Minority Sports Festival.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/City/Amritsar/In-a-first-all-Sikh-cricket-team-plays-in-Pak/articleshow/53625654.cms

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Orientation session at Guru Nanak Institute of Management

New Delhi (6 August 2016 ) 

 Guru Nanak Institute of Management, Punjabi Bagh has organized an orientation programme for the newly admitted PGDM, B.Com(H) and MCA students at the institute premises. The programme was inaugurated with the lighting of the lamp by the Chairman S. Gurdev Singh Gujral, Manager S. Chaman Singh, Special Invitees Ms. Harvinder Kaur-GIE Consultant, Mr. Harshdeep Singh (Entrepreneur and Alumni GNIM) and HOD Dr. Nidhi Khurana

The major objective of the programme was to make the students aware of the academic aspects of the course, the rules and regulations of the Institute and ensuring parental participation in monitoring the performance and progress of the students.
Chairman S. Gurdev Singh Gujral while delivering his speech shared his successful career path of his services and encouraged the students to have clear focus in life. He also shared the value of practical knowledge and motivated the students to think different from the bookish education.

Manager S. Chaman Singh also shared the valuable thoughts. He guided the students with example of spiritual education along with comparison of Indian and foreign education and work culture. He motivated the students to fulfill the ambitions of parents, society and country.
Special invitee Ms. Harvinder Kaur guided the students for career in international level. She shared the further courses and demand in foreign and assure to students for the further guidance. She also guided the students to give their best to get good placement and growth in career.
Another special invitee Mr. Harshdeep Singh shared in career path along with association with GNIM.At the end HOD Dr. Nidhi Khurana briefed the students about the Institute along with Rules and Regulation and Code of Conduct. She shared that Institute has completed its 20 years. A Vote of thanks was also proposed by her.
With Thanks : Media DSGMC

DSGMC President Write to Home Minister - Demanded Registration of FIR Against Kamal Nath

New Delhi 5 August 2016 
The President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) Manjit Singh G.K. today wrote a letter to the Home Minister Government of India Rajnath Singh demanding registration of case against Congress leader Kamal Nath for his involvement in attack on Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib in 1984 after killing of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
In an eleven page letter G.K. presented facts to support his complaint and demanded that Special investigation team (SIT) constituted by the union government or the local police should register FIR against Kamal Nath because two innocent Sikhs were killed in the attack on Gurdwara Sahib.


Speaking to the media today in Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib Manjit Singh G.K. said that the attack on Gurdwara Sahib on 1 November 1984 was led by Kamal Nath. Referring to a book by Indian Express Journalist Sanjay Suri DSGMC President said that Kamal nath was part of the mob that came from Teen Murti. During the attack A.C.P. Gautam Kaul and Hukam Chand Jatav along with C.R.P.F. jawans were also present who never stopped the mob, and it was a pre-planned attack.
G.K. said that the journalist has narrated the incident before Nanavati and RangNath Mishra commissions. He said the explanation given by Kamal Nath in his defense before the two commissions was full of lies.  DSGMC President who is also President of Shiromani Akali Dal in Delhi said that national news network doordarshan has shown mob raising slogans of “Khoon ka badla Khoon” and Kamal Nath entering the Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib with the mob and killing of two innocent Sikhs was not a coincidence.

DSGMC president said that the rumors spread to create hatred against the Sikhs were part of the pre-planned strategy to eliminate Sikhs with the help of government paraphernalia. He announced that the DSGMC will continue its fight for justice to the Sikhs and arrest of Kamal Nath. Replying to a question from media G.K. said that incase the Union Home Minister didn’t order registration of FIR against Kamal Nath despite it being a strong case, he would approach the court seeking directions for registration of FIR against Kamal Nath.

On the occasion DSGMC Senior Vice President Mahinder Pal Singh Chadha, Vice President Satpal Singh, Senior Akali leader Avtar Singh Hit, DSGMC Members Kulmohan Singh, Paramjit Sngh Rana, Tanwant Singh, Paramjit Singh Chandok, Samardeep Singh Sunny, Gurmeet Singh Lubana and Hardev Singh Dhanoa, spokesperson Parminder Pal Singh and legal advisor Jaswinder Singh Jolly were also present.  

With Thanks : Media DSGMC