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September 27, 2023 1:24 am

Maharashtra lynching: SAD extends financial relief to victims

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, May 31

Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal today wrote to the Maharashtra Chief Minister… asking him to take effective steps for social awareness for better popular understanding in his state about the role of the great Guru Sahiban and the Sikh community for the country.

“This has become necessary given the alarming development in the form of the lynching of three Sikh youth in a case of mistaken identity in Maharashtra the other day. That was indeed very painful, especially in a state which is world famous as home to Takhat Shri Huzoor Sahib Nanded Sahib, with sacred and historic connections with Dasam Patshah Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji. “

Badal has also urged the CM to offer immediate ex gratia grants as well as a govt job each to the survivors and any eligible member of the family of the deceased.

Badal also deputed Gurinder Singh Bawa to personally meet the affected families and hand over immediate financial assistance of Rs two lakhs to the family of the deceased Kirpal Singh Bhond and Rs One lakh each to the two wounded survivors undergoing treatment. Arun Singh Taak and Gora Singh Dhudani “as a token of solidarity from the Sikh community through the SAD which, he said, “is the guardian of the interests of every member of the Sikh quo all over the world “

The SAD chief has also requested the SGPC president Harjinder Singh Dhami to extend all possible help to the victims and their families. “

The SGPC as the religious parliament of the Sikhs is the motherly umbrella for every member of the community anywhere in the world “.

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