Fight will continue until the Sikh prisoners get released


Ambala: As per media reports  Sikh leaders addressed the gathering and asked the Sikhs to continue the fight until the Sikh prisoners lodged in various jails of the country, who have completed their sentence, get released.

Sikh leaders at the bhog ceremony of Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa at Gurdwara Lakhnour Sahib.

Sikh leaders gathered at Gurdwara Lakhnour Sahib in Ambala on Thursday to pay tributes to Sikh rights activist Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa at his bhog ceremony.

Khalsa had committed suicide by jumping off a water tank at his native village Thaska Ali in Kurukshetra district on March 20.

Parallel jathedars Baljeet Singh Daduwal, Dhian Singh Mand and Amrik Singh Ajnala, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD-Amritsar) president Simaranjit Singh Mann and Ramandeep Singh Bhangchari of Akali Dal 1920 have appealed the members of the community to get united to carry on Khalsa’s battle for the release of Sikh prisoners.

Assandh BJP MLA Bakshish Singh Virk, who was also present at the bhog ceremony, was asked to impress upon the Haryana government to take action against cops, allegedly responsible for forcing Khalsa to jump to death.

Meanwhile, a procession carrying Khalsa’s ashes proceeded to Punjab. The ashes will be taken to various parts of Punjab, including the three Takhts, before their immersion at Gurdwara Patalpuri Sahib, Kiratpur, on March 31.

“We will visit to several places, including Akal Takht, Amritsar, Takht Damdama Sahib, Talwandi Sabo, and Takht Keshgarh Sahib at Anandpur Sahib. The procession will culminate at Gurdwara Patalpuri Sahib, Kiratpur, for the immersion of ashes,” said Bhangchari.

“At the bhog ceremony, the Sikh leaders gave a message that Khalsa’s supreme sacrifice should not go in vain. He has helped to unite the entire Sikh community,” Bhangchari added.

On Thursday, the procession will cover Patiala, Sunam, Mansa, Talwandi Sabo and the night stay will be at Takht Damdama Sahib.

On Friday, the procession will pass through Kotshamir, Bathinda, Bargari, Kotkapura, Mudki, Talwandi Bhai, Zira, Harike Pattan, Sarhali, Tarn Taran and the night stay will be at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

The next day’s journey will start from the Akal Takht and will cover Jandiala Guru, Kartarpur, Jalandhar, Phagwara, Banga and Nawanshahr before reaching Takht Keshgarh at Anandpur Sahib. From there it will proceed to Kiratpur.



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