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Sikh Sangat calls off protest upon government's acceptance of demands
 
 
 
Sikh Sangat calls off protest upon government acceptance of demands

Islamabad- Sikh Sangat called off their protest over desecration of their holy places after successful parleys with the government, which accepted seven of their demands.
Sikh Sangat established a committee for negotiating with government in which Gopal Singh, Malhinder Singh, Revinder Singh, Ottar Singh, Mahesh Singh, Kalwainder Singh, Ramesh Singh, Kaka Singh, Charran Jeet Singh and Mangal Singh, while the members of the government committee Syed Zaffar Ali Shah, Senator Nisar Muhammad Khan, Senator Sardar Ali Khan, and Minority Member of National Assembly Dr. Darshan Lal informed Leader of the House Raja Zafar-ul-Haq about the demands of Sikh Sangat and also informed Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan about the whole issue.
Leader of the House Raja Zafar-ul-Haq tried to contact CM Sindh several times but he was not present on his seat on which Raja Zafar-ul-Haq said that he would inform PM about the demands of Sikh Sangat, government believes in the protection of the Minority Community for that such kind of incidents would not take place in future.
Sikh Sangat demanded that those persons should be brought to justice who desecrated Sikh’s Guru Garanth. According to Sikh’s Law if they can not bring Guru Garanth back then place it in the Gardwara, this impression is found in the whole world that Sikhs are happy in Pakistan but our Gardwaras are not safe in Sindh. They vowed not to evacuate the Parliament House premises unless higher authorities came to hear them and fulfill their demands. Representatives of the Sikh community also called for protection in Sindh and other town of Pakistan. They said, sacred books of Sikhs in all the museums and libraries should be brought back in the Gardwaras. After the assurance of government Sikh Sangat called off the protest peacefully.

 
 
 
 
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