Sikhs, Who Is Who?
It was very
positive and the encouraging step for Sikhs that ‘Panj Piaras’
comprising former Jathedars of Takhts and granthis, Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti,
Giani Kewal Singh, Prof Manjit Singh, Giani Charan Singh and Giani
Narinder Singh submit Darshan Singh’s clarification on his
controversial remarks to Jathedar, Akal Takht, Giani Gurbachan Singh on
25 December 2009 to avoid any friction in and or division
of Sikhs and for the permanent solution of the issues of the
community which must be sorted out by forming a religious panel.
participating in burning effigies etc due to factionalism and
divides Sikhs, was worthy to be called a Sikh?
Was it not the
behaviour of all politically motivated Sikhs, divided on the lines
of factionalism within Sikhs at the instance of anti-Sikh forces or
of their own reasons?
Were the only non-party and the non-politically motivated Sikhs not
true Sikhs now?
Identify the Sikhs, who is who? Also read, the Sikh Vichar Manch’s
an analysis about ‘The Political Conferences at Shaheedi Sammelan’
Conferences at Shaheedi Sammelan -An Analysis
The Sikh Vichar Manch was of the view after assessing and analyzing
the political conferences at Shaheedi sammelan on the historic
occasion of 305th martyrdom day that the congress or any other party
through the central agencies shall not play to field and use
seriously their spineless and non-poisonous snakes, so-called
Panthic leaders against the Shiromani Akali Dal headed by Badals in
the coming Shiromani Gurdawara Parbhanbdak Committee (SGPC)
possibility of mutual internal adjustment i.e. friendly match with
“Panthic leaders” on a few seats to project the image that the SGPC
elections held in a very healthy atmosphere and is the result of
mature democratic process.
of India stands exposed badly for adopting mean and deceptive
tactics also in religious matters and for the reasons, neither seems
in a mood to vitiate the religious atmosphere nor would be now
appreciated as a vitiator in Punjab.
Balbir Singh Sooch,
Advocate, Ludhiana-Sikh Vichar Manch