Jathedar Of Akal Takht Giani Harpreet Singh Said Christianity Is Being Spread Across Villages Of Punjab To Weaken Us
Gianni Harpreet Singh: Akal Takht chief (Jathedar Akal Takht) Giani Harpreet Singh has accused of spreading Christianity in the villages of Punjab. Giani Harpreet Singh in Amritsar on Monday said that Sikhs are facing many difficulties which are making us weak religiously, socially and economically. To weaken us, Christianity is being spread in the villages of Punjab. He said that I appeal to all Sikhs, especially those living in the border areas, to spread and strengthen Sikhism. He said that if we are not strong religiously, then we will not be strong socially and economically, due to which we will become weak politically.
On Monday, on the occasion of 38th anniversary of Operation Blue Star, Giani Harpreet Singh while giving a message to the community said that all Sikhs should take training in using arms. He said that Sikhs should take training in modern weapons. Sikh organizations should start training for shooting in Gatka Akhara. When we are weak religiously and socially, we also become weak politically. The religious preachers should go out and spread the word of Sikhs while fulfilling their responsibility. Appealing to the Sikhs, he said that policies to suppress the Sikhs had been made since independence. Independence has weakened Sikhs religiously and politically, now Sikhs will have to become strong and capture the country’s economy.
Security of Giani Harpreet Singh was also reduced
Let us tell you that just before the murder of Moosewala in Punjab (Sidhu Moose Wala Murder) god value (Bhagwant Mann) The government had cut the security of all the people including Moosewala. The security of Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Harpreet Singh was also reduced. At the same time, after the murder of Musewala, instructions were given by the central government to give Z category security to Giani Harpreet Singh. In which CRPF personnel were to be deployed with him. But Harpreet Singh had refused to take the security of the Centre.
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