Jamshedpur, Jan 2: In support of the ongoing farmers’ movement in Delhi, on Sunday, January 3, the Central Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (CGPC) Jamshedpur will take out a rally from Sakchi Gurdwara at 10 am, which will end at Sakchi Golchakkar. Sardar Shailendra Singh, chairman of the Jharkhand Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee, gave this information at a press conference in Sakchi office on Saturday morning.
He said that for the last 38 days farmers have been protesting against the Agriculture Bill in Delhi. The government has termed it as Khalistan movement or sometimes Sikh movement. Sardar Shailendra Singh said that he strongly condemned this statement from the government.
He said that in this movement not only Sikhs but farmers across the country are agitating for their demands. He informed that the people of Sikh society will take out a march on Sunday morning by tying a black band in support of the farmers sitting in Delhi. Also, a memorandum will be submitted to Prime Minister Narendra Modi through the Deputy Commissioner.
Sardar Gurmukh Singh said that the government should listen to the farmers because the farmers of the country are the providers. He said that if no decision is taken on this subject on the 4th, then all the CGPC members will travel towards Delhi. Harvinder Singh Mantu, Tarsem Singh, Dalbir Singh Delhi and others were present in the press conference. On this occasion, the CGPC team paid tribute to the death of former Union Minister Sardar Buta Singh.