European Sikhs feel let down by SGPC

austriaAustria: Sikhs in Austria feel let down since no official of the Punjab government or the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) has visited Vienna to know their welfare.

Sukhdev Singh, a resident of Austria, said here today that the Punjab government had sent a special plane to Vienna to bring the body of Sant Parmanand killed in a gurdwara on May 24, but had failed to visit the gurdwara where no “prakash” was being held for three “Birs” of Guru Granth Sahib for 14 days.

The Austrian resident rued that Akal Takht had directed the SGPC to form a fact-finding committee some weeks ago, but the latter had failed to do so. He said even members of the Indian Embassy were adopting a half- hearted approach to solve their problems.

A Dal Khalsa spokesman urged the SGPC to constitute the fact-finding committee to find out the truth behind the Vienna incident. He said the SGPC should initiate steps to boost the morale of Sikhs and draw up programmes to meet promises made to Sikhs in Vienna.



    Thank you very much Samreet ( ? ) je.WAHEGURU bless you good health and Sikhi.
    Jagjit singh mukandpuri

  2. i agree with Jagjit Singh Mukandpuri



    Sikhs from all over the world are not happy SGPC. S. GURCHARAN SINGH TOHRA was a sikh leader after parition that only bothered sikh cause to some extent. But from a long time politics is above the sikh religion and there is no inner party democracy in Akali dal ( dals ). Akali dal became property of one family. ALL the sikh instituions has sawallod by badal family, which was an organisation of Khalsa Panth. President of SGPC, Jathedars are all nominated by a family. I suggest the Sikhs living not only in Austria but in whole world that they do not expect any thing from SGPC, PUNJAB and GOVT. OF INDIA, WHAT THEY CAN DO BY THEIR OWN, THEY SHOULD DO. WAHEGURU JE JI KA KHALSA, WAHEGURU JE KI FATEH.

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