Dal Khalsa asks Sikhs to oppose RSS Conclave in Delhi
Jalandhar(DP Correspondent) – Terming the formation of Rashtriya Sikh Sangat (RSS) as a nefarious design of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh to penetrate into Sikh rank and file, the Dal Khalsa Monday hit out at RSS for organizing a multi-faith conclave dedicated to 350th anniversary of 10th Sikh Master Guru Gobind Singh at Talktora Stadium in New Delhi on October 25.Party head Harpal Singh Cheema said that the RSS has no right to interfere in the affairs of Sikhs. Rubbishing the very name “Rashtriya Sikh Sangat”, he said that as per Sikh concept, there’s only one (Sikh) Sangat that is fully wedded to Ten Sikh Gurus and their philosophy and it had nothing to do with any ‘Rashtra’ (nation) or any boundary. He cautioned the Sikhs to wake up timely to the evil designs of the RSS which was targeting the Sikh religion to merge it into Hinduism.“The Akal Takht edict of 2004 against the RSS is in its place and those Sikhs who would participate in the conclave would be traitors of the Panth”, Kanwar Pal said, adding that “the management of the Akal Takht Patna Sahib should stop Gaini Iqbal Singh from siding with Panth dokhi’s”. Blaming RSS for systematically sabotaging Sikh doctrine, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said that the RSS was anti-Sikh religion organization that has been hitting at the roots and foundations of Sikhism. Ironically, RSS spread in Punjab since tercentenary celebrations of Khalsa Panth in 1999, when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was Prime Minister and Parkash Singh Badal was the Chief Minister of Punjab, Kanwar Pal Singh pointed out.
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