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शनिवार, दिसंबर 01, 2012

Sikhs want dera followers arrested

FALLOUT Say attack was planned; urge govt to book dera head for criminal conspiracy

SIRSA: Sikhs urged the Haryana government and administration to arrest the supporters of Dera Sacha Sauda - booked for attacking Sikhs on November 24 - during a meeting at Dasham Patshahi Gurdwara here on Friday.
Heads of various Sikh organisations and gurdwaras in Punjab and nearby areas of the district, attending a meeting at Dasham Patshahi Gurdwara in Sirsa on Friday.
The meeting was attended by heads of various Sikh organisations and gurdwaras from Punjab and nearby areas of the district.
Gyani Balwant Singh Nandgarh, jathedar of Sri Damdama Takt, said: “Despite various criminal cases registered against the dera head, no action is being taken against him. It’s impossible without the central government’s support.”
Demanding immediate arrest of the dera followers, he urged the government to book dera head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh under section 1 20- B ( criminal conspiracy) of the IPC.
Baljit Singh Daduwala, head of Daduwala gurdwara, said the attack on Sikhs was planned.
He said: “Sikh religious organisations and the Punjab government should take steps to end attack on Sikhs.”
Flaying the central government, he said: “The political leaders have failed to act against the dera head for the fear of losing votes. Soon, dera followers will come out on streets demanding cancellation of the FIR lodged against 2,000 of them and the government will bow down to their demand.”
Refusing to depend on the outside support, Daduwala asked Sikhs to pull their socks up to save their religion.
Talking to the mediapersons, Sukhwinder Singh Khalsa, president of Satkar Sabha, said: “If government fails to arrest the dera followers within a week, further action will be decided by the Akal Takht.”
A communal clash had broken out between Sikhs and dera followers on November 24 after the dera head was shown black flags.
Twelve Sikhs were injured, including Gurmeet Singh Trilokewala, head of Kalanwalibased dera and member of SGPC, during the clash.

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