Over 300,000 farmers are protesting in New Delhi against the recent farm bills passed by the Modi Government. Protests are being organized by various farmer unions from Punjab, Haryana and other states in India.

328 Missing Saroops: Akal Takht Jathedar directs SGPC to be ready to take legal action if guilty employees move court

CHANDIGARH, Punjab—SGPC appointed Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Harpreet Singh said that if any of the guilty SGPC staffers file a lawsuit, then the SGPC will use provisions available within the law to fight back. On October 13, SGPC president Gobind Singh Longowal had written to Giani Harpreet Singh while asking him to take action against the guilty persons.

On October 23, Giani Harpreet Singh is learned to have replied back to SGPC while directing to file a lawsuit against the guilty persons and constitute a sub-committee to follow up the legal discourse.

Giani Harpreet Singh has made a special direction to the SGPC for deploying only experienced lawyers to fight a legal battle against those held guilty for missing saroops by the Advocate Ishar Singh led investigation committee.

It is learned that the SGPC has also been directed to include members of some Sikh organizations in the sub-committee to be constituted for following up the legal discourse against guilty persons.

It is pertinent to note here that the apex Sikh body Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee is already facing Sikh ire due to its attitude on this sensitive issue. 

During the pas few weeks, SGPC has tried to torpedo ongoing peaceful protest by launching brutal attacks on Sikh activists twice.

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