SIRSA APPEALS PUNJABIS OF GUJARAT TO VOTE FOR BJP

CAMPAIGNS IN AHMEDABAD FOR AMIT SHAH

New Delhi, April 17 : The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) President Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa has appealed to the  Punjabis residing in Gujarat to vote for the BJP candidates in their respective constituencies and elect BJP MPs to again make Mr. Narinder Modi our Prime Minister.

          Addressing a series of meetings in Ahmedabad in favour of BJP President Mr. Amit Shah, Mr. Sirsa said that Mr. Modi is the only one under whose leadership the Sikhs have got justice of the 1984 sikh massacre. He said that since last 35 years no one was listening to the voice of Sikhs and their grievances but after formation of Modi government at Centre it swiftly acted against the culprits and main accuse Sajjan Kumar and other were sent to jail.

          Mr. Sirsa said that not only this Modi government has made plans to celebrate 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji at world level and a series of functions will be organized by the government.

          On the occasion representatives of different Singh Sabhas of Gujarat met the DSGMC President and thanked him for his visit. They also informed that the BJP government in Gujarat is fully supporting the Sikhs in the state. This government has observed 350th birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh ji and 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji at a grand scale.

          They also informed that the government has provided a monetary help of Rs. 5 crore each to two Gurudwara Sahiban and has given land worth Rs. 100 crore to Gurudwara Gobind Dham.

          Mr. Sirsa thanked the BJP government of the state for their kind gesture and assured the BJP that Punjabis will vote for the BJP and will ensure victory of the BJP candidates in the state.

          Others prominent present on the occasion included Kulwant Singh Bath Vice President DSGMC, Beejal Ben Patel Mayor, Jagdish Panchal MLA and President BJP Ahmedabad, Parmjit Kaur Chhabra Director besides others.

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