May 7, 2015 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
London: Federation of Sikh Organizations (UK) recently held a meeting and resolved to marks the anniversary of June 1984 Ghallughara by holding a Genocide remembrance march on June 7 in London. The meeting was reportedly held at Gurudwara Guru Nanak, Smethwick in London.
FSO also accepted request of Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar)’s UK unit to join the FSO.
Representatives of various Sikh bodies also discussed the recent incident where the Punjab Government booked members of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Satikar Committee in relation to a beating incident.
FSO leaders said that the publishing video of beating incident on social sites was wrongful, because it was an internal matter of the Sikh community. But they strongly condemned Punjab Police for charging Satikar Committe members for attempt to murder under section 307 of Indian Penal Code.
FSO leaders criticized the role of Punjab cabinet minister Ajit Singh Kohar and SGPC member Shingara Singh Lohian in this case.
The meeting was attended by Bhai Amrik Singh Gill (Chairman, Sikh Federation (UK)), Bhai Davinderjit Singh, Bhai Balwinder Chaheru of Dharam Yudh Jatha of Damdami Taksal, Bhai Kulwant Singh Dhesi of British Sikh Council, Bhai Loveshinder Singh Dalewal, Bhai Varinder Singh Bittu, Jathedar Balvir Singh of Akhand Kirtani Jatha UK, Bhai Avtar Singh Sanghera, Bhai Gurmej Singh Gill, Bhai Raghbir Singh of International Panthik Dal, Bhai Sukhwinder Singh, Coordinator Bhai Kuldeep Singh Chaheru were also present in the meeting.
Beside representatives of various Sikh organizations, representatives of more than a dozen Gurudwara Management Committees including Gurudwara Guru Nanak Parkash Coventry, Sri Guru Singh Sabha Coventry, Guru Nanak Gurudwara Smaidik, Guru Teg Bahadur Licester, Guru Nanak Gurudwara Licester and Gurudwara Guru Harkrishan Ji Licester also took part in this meeting.
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