State BJP Incharge All Cells, Varinderjit Singh briefing media persons at Jammu.
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JAMMU: Members from Sikh Community led by BJP Senior leader and State Incharge All Cells Varinderjit Singh threw light upon important issues and decisions concerning the Sikh community.
While talking to media persons, Varinderjit Singh threw light on the major issues concerning the Sikh community and said that previous successive governments have only exploited minority community although history has been flooded with incidences of exemplary valour and pride during the sacrifices made by the community in the times of distraught, foreign invasions and other events in war and peace.
Varinderjit said that the Sikh community has been viewed as peculiarly optimistic and respected community in whole world, who always take the lead in social causes with love for those in distress on the principles of saint soldier Guru Gobind Singh and setting an example of how a person must incorporate the feeling of donating instead of seeking from the world. The contributions from the community are being given due recognition by BJP, he added.
Varinderjit further said that the Sikh community is today feeling thankful to the leadership of Central Government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the approval of including the history of Char Sahibzaada of Shri Gobind Singh in NCERT School Books from next session.
He also thanked J&K BJP especially State President Sat Sharma and State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul for providing 51 lakh rupees to Jammu University to establish Shri Guru Gobind Singh ji Chair.
Kulwant Singh Bhatti, Gurdyal Singh Bali, Malvinder Singh, Gurdeep Singh Bali, Harpal Singh Bali and Inderjeet Kour were also present.
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