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Delhi Committee chief meets Prof. Devender Pal Singh Bhullar

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president Manjit Singh GK and general secretary Manjinder Sirsa met Sikh Political prisoner Prof. Devender Pal Singh Bhullar at psychiatry ward of Guru Nanak Hospital. DSGMC officials also held a meeting with Bibi Navnit Kaur Bhullar, wife of Prof. Bhullar.

Discrimination against Sikhs by Manurewa Cosmopolitan Club: DSGMC writes to NZ PM

The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee has reportedly written a letter to Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key to take steps to stop discrimination of Sikhs.

Manjinder Sirsa misleading Sikh Sangat with half truth on Bala Sahib Hospital case: Harvinder Sarna

Harvinder Singh Sarna, Secretary General of Shiromani Akali Dal Delhi and Former President Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee in a press statement issued today said that Manjinder Sirsa, General Secretary DSGMC had badly failed to prove the allegations of sale of land by Sarna brothers to a private company allotted for Bala Sahib Hospital by DDA.

DSGMC general secretary urges Sarna to withdrawn petition against Bala Sahib hospital

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara management committee (DSGMC) has urged former president of the Gurdwara committee Harvinder Singh Sarna to withdraw a petition filed in Delhi High Court challenging the orders of April 18 2014 of the Patiala House court which declared Bala Sahib hospital trust illegal, so that hurdles created in the functioning of the hospital are cleared.

Manjinder Singh Sirsa caught in controversy over calling Namdhari chief as “Satguru”

Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (DSGMC) general secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa was caught into controversy when he addressed Namdhari sect chief Uday Singh as "Satguru" during Delhi Fateh Divas celebrations by DSGMC. Manjinder Singh Sirsa was inviting dignitaries on the stage when he invited Namdhari sect chief as "Satguru" in the presence of Guru Granth Sahib and Jathedars of various Sikh Takhts on March 21.

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