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Panthic bodies constitute 1984 memorial panel

Though once again welcoming the formation of the five-member panel by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parabandhak Committee (SGPC) to decide about space and shape of the June 1984 Memorial,the Panthic organisations on Friday claimed that the SGPC has done little in this regard.

Written by Express News Service | Jalandhar |
July 9, 2011 12:35:48 am

Though once again welcoming the formation of the five-member panel by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parabandhak Committee (SGPC) to decide about space and shape of the June 1984 Memorial,the Panthic organisations on Friday claimed that the SGPC has done little in this regard — The panel was constituted on June 8 and was scheduled to submit its report on August 8 but is yet to hold a meeting.

Now,the panthic organisations have called upon Sikhs to come together after August 8 to raise the memorial. It has also formed a four-member Saka Darbar Sahib Memorial Committee,which will prepare a comprehensive memorial monument proposal to assist the SGPC panel. The panel will submit an interim report on August 2 to the Jathedar of Akal Takht Sahib.

The decision was announced in a press conference called by the four panthic organisation — Dal Khalsa,Khalsa Action Committee led by Bhai Mohkam Singh,Shiromani Akali Dal (Panch Pardani) led by Harpal Singh Cheema and Panthic Sewa Lehar headed by Baba Baljit Singh Daduwal.

“The SGPC do not seem serious about the issue. It has been delayed for long,” said Dal Khalsa general secretary Kanwarpal Singh.

“To inform and assist the SGPC regarding the scope and possibilities of the memorial,the panel has been formed. Former IAS Gurtej Singh,contemporary author and analyst Ajmer Singh,former bureaucrat A R Darshi,human rights activist Professor Jagmohan Singh are the panel members,” said Kanwarpal Singh,adding that the panel will seek advice from the masses.

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