Sunday 7 June 2009

SGPC chief should study maryada violation: Calcutta


SGPC chief should study maryada violation: Calcutta

Manjit Singh Calcutta
Amritsar, Punjab: SGPC member Manjit Singh Calcutta has expressed his reservation on the reaction of SGPC chief Avtar Singh following the assassination of Sant Ramanand at Vienna.
He said undoubtedly the bloody incident must be criticised but its ideological side must not be ignored. He said being head of the highest body of Sikh religion, the SGPC chief must have studied violation of Sikh ideology and maryada (Sikh code of conduct).
Calcutta said only a politician could have ignored these points keeping in view the vote bank. However, he said, the head of the Shiromani Committee must be concerned about safeguarding and implementing gurmat principles and maryada of Sikhism.
He said the SGPC chief did not take pain in sending a fact-finding team to study reasons behind the assault. He alleged that it gave the impression that the SGPC head was following the dictates of the SAD-BJP coalition government in the state.

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