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Delhi Court orders police to register FIR against Manjinder Singh Sirsa for swindling Rs. 6.6 Million from Gurdwara Body Budget

NEW DELHI, India—A Delhi Court has ordered the Delhi police’s crime branch to register an FIR against DSGMC president Manjinder Singh Sirsa for swindling INR 6.6 million through fake bills. The Court has also acquired a strict attitude towards the slow working of Delhi police’s crime branch team, which was also seeking closure of this case.

While serving as a general secretary of DSGMC in 2013, Manjinder Singh Sirsa had swindled INR 6.6 million by approving fake bills of Delhi based firms like “Rising Ball Wedding and Event Planner”, “Raja Tent” and “Harsh Opticals”. These bills were approved by Manjinder Singh Sirsa only.

A Sikh named Bhupinder Singh had taken this matter to Court. Judge Dhirendra Rana, who took up this case, has agreed upon the fake nature of these bills while ordering registration of an FIR under sections 403, 406, 420, 426, 468, 470, 471 of IPC. The next hearing on this case has been deferred to November 21.

In the wake of the upcoming DSGMC elections, this FIR can help Manjinder Singh Sirsa’s opponents like Manjit Singh GK and Sarna brothers in catching another cause to oppose him.

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