PPCC Partap Bajwa- demand Election Commission of India to question Akali Dal (Badal) SGPC on By-Laws (IOC )

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PRESS RELEASE: Edmonton (7/24/2013)- Hardip Dhillon Punjab Deputy Speaker Charanjit Atwal, while touring USA and Canada, was asked questions by reporters on the BY-Laws of Akali Dal (B), to which he directed all questions to be answered by Akali Dal ( B) President S.Sukhbir Singh Badal, when  NRI’s asked for representation in Akali Dal and S.G.P.C.( Amritsar).

According to By-Laws filed with Election Commission of India, The Shiromani Akali Dal (Akali Dal) (B) is a Sikhism Centric political party in India.It controls Sikh Religious bodies SGPC, DGPC. is the largest and most influential Sikh Political party in India. The basic philosophy of Akali Dal (B) is to give poltical voice to Sikh issue and it believes that “Religion and Politics” go hand in hand, currently headed by Sukhbir Singh Badal, with a head Office Address of Madhya Marg, Sector 28 Chandigarh.

Sanjiv Malhotra from Hindu Religion (NRI) from Tarn Taran, questioned the basic philosophy of Akali Dal and seeks membership in S.G.P.C., with repeated statements that it was refused by S.G.P.C., on the grounds that Akali Dal (B) only endorses “Gur Sikhs”, for any Election, political or Religious, which is seen against the policy of distribution of MLA tickets in last Punjab Assembly Elections, in 2012. Munish Goyal from Moga, sees this as double standards by Akali Dal, to grant Political Tickets to Hindus and Muslims, but when it comes to “Gurudwaras”, they are denied representation, which is a direct conflict of the Regisration with Election Commission of India. They are using us for political reasons, while depriving the Hindus, representation in SGPC, who believe in Guru Nanak Devji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji, including Guru Granth Sahib.

Vivek Gupta of Patiala praised the secularism shown by Akali Dal in Last Elections, but was skeptical on the motive of Sukhbir Badal and its alliance with BJP, while mentioning, ” Its Sukhbir’s plan to get rid of BJP” dependence. Manjot Singh Gill of Chicago Gurudwara, condemned the philosophy of Akali Dal, suggesting it to change their name to “Shiv Akali Dal”, so they can win more seats in Lok Sabha Elections in 2014, while praising Akali Dal (Amritsar), which is becoming the real custodian of ” Sikhs political and Religious, issues, headed by Simranjit Singh Mann. Manpreet Singh Grewal of Ludhiana, strongly feels Akali Dal, has begun to confuse its base and should revise its Filing with Election Commission of India, to delete the word of representing Sikh religion and politics. Chandra Sinha of BJP, is weary of Akali Dal arrangement in Punjab, suggesting BJP-President Kamal Sharma, to prepare a plan-B, for their political survival in Punjab, during Lok Sbha Elections in 2014.

Indian Overseas Congress, President Vikram Bajwa, feels a New Akali Dal is emerging under Sukhbir Badal, who has adopted the “Congress Policy”, to be more secular, which will ‘Backfire” make our PPCC Leadership enable to win all 13 Lok Sabha seats from Punjab. “Majority of NRI’s from Punjab, especially from Akali Dal, feel Sukhbir will loose his base support from rural Punjab, with this new policy of “Shiv Akail Dal”. PPCC President Partap Singh Bajwa, should approach the Election Commission on the By-Laws of Akali Dal, so it clears their stand on Sikh representation, said Jivan Singh Riar of Toronto.

Punjab Deputy Speaker S.Charanjit Singh Atwal was honored in Alberta and British Columbia Assemblies.

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