Jalandhar: An important meeting of Akali Dal 1920 was held under the leadership of party president Raviinder Singh, in which all panthic organizations were urged to come together on one platform considering the elections of the Shiromani Gurdwara Management Committee and various burning issues. Former Speaker Raviinder Singh He urged the Punjab government to depute workers in cities and villages to do the work of making votes for the Shiromani Committee elections on a military level. They demanded to extend the time for making votes so that all Sikhs can make votes for voting. Former Speaker advocated making a photo vote so that no one can use the wrong vote. Ravinder Singh said that the Shiromani Committee election has a special importance in the Sikh community. Plays an important role in issues.
Ravinder Singh expressed deep concern about the political, religious and economic issues of Punjab and said that there is no interest in ruling to resolve the issues of the nation, Punjab and the Sikh sect. The main reason for this is the weakening of the organizational strength of the Sikhs. For its strengthening, it will be necessary to participate in the elections of the Shiromani Committee so that an honest and sectarian-minded leadership can be brought. All this is possible only by mutual coincidence. It has to be brought forward. He cautioned and said that with Pato-dhar, the click of anti-Sikh forces will be stronger and Sikhism will be in danger.
He alleged that the condition of the Sikh organizations is like a dictatorship. Ravinder Singh appealed to the Sikh organizations to save the Sikh principles by eliminating mutual differences. On this occasion Mahinderpal Singh Binaka Jalandhar District President, Guralal Singh District President Fazilka, Gursahib Singh, Joga Singh Mohali, Bhajan Singh XSGPC member, Nirmal Singh, Gurbachan Singh, Tajinder Singh Pannu, Harbans Singh Kandhola, Pragat Singh Bhodipur, Teja Singh Bathinda, Gurpinder Singh Munian, Baba Gurdit Singh, Hari Singh Relu, Pritpal Singh Bathinda and others were present.