Thursday, 15 November 2012

Firing at Rakabganj Gurudwara in broad daylight

government should take stern action after arresting the persons who attacked akali dal pradesh prasident – vijender gupta

          New Delhi, 15th November.  In a joint statement BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta & Vice President Sardar R. P. Singh have strongly condemned the criminal attack on Shiromani Akali Dal Pradesh President Sardar Manjeet Singh during a meeting in Gurudwara Rakabganj today and have held the SPGC Delhi President Sardar Paramjeet Singh Sarna and Delhi government directly responsible for it.  They have demanded dissolving SPGC and stern action after arresting the guilty persons.  Just after listening about the attack on Sardar Manjeet Singh, Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta went to RML Hospital to meet Shri Singh and for his proper treatment.

          Gurudwara management had called a meeting at Rakabganj Gurudwara in the noon today.  Sardar Manjeet Singh was also invited in this meeting.  He was attacked during this meeting.  Fatal attack on Sikh leader and incident of firing near the place where Home Ministry, Parliament & President House are situated, exposes the failing law and order in Delhi.  Central government and Delhi government are fully responsible for it. 

          Eyewitness say that there was open fighting with swords and firing in the sacred Gurudwara.  Eight persons were injured in this incident.  Four persons have been admitted in RML Hospital.  Sardar Manjeet Singh has sustained serious injury on his head requiring many stitches.

          Shri Gupta told that Delhi has become haven of criminals.  Now leaders of political parties and religious management committees are being attacked which is a dangerous situation.  It seems that there is nothing like government in Delhi.  Pradesh President of SAD is attacked in broad daylight in Rakabganj Gurudwara near Prime Minister’s office and the criminals escape.  When this is the situation near PMO, President House, Home Ministry then what will be the condition of remote areas of Delhi.

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