Shiromani Akali Dal Delhi reconstituted Youth Wing, called youth to be aware of present panthaksituation of Delhi-Sarna
New Delhi-24 MarchS Harvinder Singh Sarna, General Secretary, Shiromani Akali Dal, Delhi said in his statement that aPanthak Youth Conven#on held at West Delhi’s “Umang Palace” in Janak Puri. In this Convention, S. Ramandeep Singh (Sonu) was unanimously nominated as President of theYouth Wing of SADD and execu#ve board of 300 members was also formed. President SADD S. Paramjit Singh Sarna, while addressing the convention said that due to mismanagement and bad policies of Manjit Singh G.K., the DSGMC, which earlier provide financial assistance not only to the Sikhs of Delhi but also to the Sikh and Sikh institutions of other states. Today, the same DSGMC is even not able to timely pay monthly salary to its employees and the DSGMC in a process to mortgage land of Gurdwars and educational institution to borrow a loan ofRs. 100 crores. Due to the bad policies of the Badal Dal, the only polytechnic institution of the Delhi committee has been closed and two management institution are at the verge of closure.
DSGMC Chief Manjit Singh G.K. has also announced for retrenchment of 500 employees ofGurdwaras and educational institution which is extremely unfortunate. Due to financial conditon of the country, Sikh youth are already facing acute difficulty in gthe employment and if the committee will also terminate their job, then G.K. and Badal Dal leaders will be responsible for the misery and starvation of their families, said Mr. Sarna.
Unwarranted foreign trips by the GK and his favourite members, travel by Chartered helicopters and aircrafts, purchase of Innova and other expensive cars, huge consumption of petrol and diesel, misuse of DSGMC resources in Punjab and Delhi Legislative Assembly electons, purchase of DesiGhee from sham companies at higher prices for kadah Pahad and langar caused heavy loss to Gurdwara funds. G.K. punishing Sikh youth for his own bad policies and management failures. S. Sarna appealed Sikh youths to protect educational institution for future genera#on and stop Badal Dal and their leaders from plundering of Golak funds. In this mammoth Panthak Youth Convention, members, workers and members of women wing participated in large number.