Children’s Day should be celebrated on the name of four ‘Sahibzadas’.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has urged the Prime Minister Narender Modi to order celebration of Children’s Day in the country in the name of four Sahibzadas of tenth sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh. In a letter written to the Prime Minister, the DSGMC General Secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that though he has no intention to hurt anybody’s sentiments but it is high time that world should know the history of India.He said that the world has acknowledged your work in making India a developed country and every world leader and institution was praising the personal efforts being made by you for the country. He said that no one other can understand this issue better than you as there is no other sacrifice like the Supreme sacrifice made by four sons of Guru Gobind Singh for the national security and safety. He said that it was also imperative to take this decision so as to educate our young generation about the history of India and how the young ones sacrificed their lives for peace, justice and safeguarding the religion of the country. Sirsa said that on a number of occasions you have made observations on human issues and implementing this proposal will be a great service for the humanity and no one other is better than you to understand this issue and take a decision in this regard. Manjinder Sirsa drew his attention towards the heroic deeds, unparalleled valour and supreme sacrifices made by the revered sons (lovingly called Char Sahibzade) of Sri Guru Gobind Singh who sacrificed their lives for the pride of this country. It is the talk of that time when there was dictatorship, injustice, chaos everywhere in the country.
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