Panchkula, October 7
Following the recent decision of the Supreme Court where it upheld the validity of the Haryana Sikh Gurudwara Management Act 2014, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced the provision will be made to form a new Adhoc commit of state Sikh Gurudwara body.
Khattar said that there were 41 members in the first ad-hoc committee, which was given 18 months, at that time there was no such provision in case of emergency no new committee will be formed.
“First of all, we will make a provision in the Act that if the committee has not been able to complete the full-time due to the decision of the court or for any reason, then it will have the right to form a new ad-hoc committee. The ad-hoc committee will work till the election and after the election, the ad-hoc committee will hand over the work to the new committee,” said Manohar Lal Khattar.
Khattar expressed that when the apex court gave the verdict in favor of the Gurdwara Management Committee, he wished to organize an Akhand Path
“Akhand Path has commenced in Nada Sahib Gurdwara today. The day after tomorrow will be the Bhog, I will be present at that time too,” he said.
“I am appealing again to all the Sangat of Haryana, especially the Sikh society, that together we will serve all the Gurdwaras, there will be no difficulty of any kind,” he said.