Delhi Gurdwara Committee Appeals to Baba Virsa Singh

New Delhi, 5 July: Last night, the Vice President and members of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGPC) visited Baba Virsa Singh at Gobind Sadan concerning the upcoming annual election for presidency of the committee. For this presidential election on 24 July, the 51 members will cast their votes to elect the committee’s president.

Giving this information, the Vice President of the committee, Shamsher Singh Sandhu, said in the world-famous Gobind Sadan, Mehrauli, “Out of 51 members, approximately three dozen members joined me in coming to Baba Virsa Singh Ji at his place of worship in order to make the election on 24 July unanimous. After meeting him, they humbly requested him that according to Sikh religious traditions of settling matters harmoniously, the upcoming president’s name should be proposed by Babaji. They said, ‘Whatever name Babaji will propose, we assure you that those of us present here will agree with Babaji’s suggestion.'”

On this occasion, Baba Virsa Singh Ji asked the members of the committee to serve humanity according to dharma. He said, “The committee belongs to Guru Teg Bahadur (the Ninth Sikh Guru, who sacrificed his life for dharma), so all the members should continue that work with truth and honesty. Then Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s true mission will be complete.”

After hearing the true religious and practical address of Baba Virsa Singh Ji, the present Vice-President of DSGPC, Shamer Singh Sandhu, the Ex-President Avtar Singh Hitt, the Ex-General Secretary Headmaster Sucha Singh, along with committee members including Malkinder Singh, Harjinder Singh Gandhi, Harjinder Singh Khanna, Mohinder Singh Bhullar, Gurmeet Singh Mitta, Harjinder Singh Takno, Inderjit Singh Khalsa, Satpal Singh, etc. all swore in front of Baba Virsa Singh Ji, “We will give our unanimous vote to that person who will be proposed by Babaji. With that, the Sikh religious standard will stay high and will not be spoiled by political activity.”

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