DamDami Taksal chief wants PM to take initiative to resolve Sikhs' issues

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Chowk Mehta (Amritsar), June 4 (ANI): DamDami Taksal, the adical Sikh organisation, has demanded Prime Minister Manmohan ingh to take initiative to resolve all concerned issues of ikhs' social, religious and political organisations.

DamDami Taksal chief says that one of the main demands of their rganisation is that the Amritsar city should be declared as "the oly city" of the country.

Harnam Singh Khalsa, the chief of DamDami Taksal Bhindernwala, as said that the Prime Minister Dr. Singh should show interest n resolving issues that concern various groups of Sikhs.

"If the Indian Government is really serious to resolve various ssues of the Sikhs, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh should ake first step by calling all the major Sikh organizations and iscuss all unresolved matters."

Justifying militant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwla's fight with he Indian forces in 80s, Harnam Singh Khalsa said that Sikhs ever ever forgot the Indian Army's invasion and attack on their oliest shrine Golden Temple in 1984.

However, Harnam said that the Government should show genuine illingness to address various national and international issues ncluding Sikh Identity, turban and Kirpan issues for their and esolves them on priority basis.

Security forces had launched a campaign codenamed "Operation Blue tar" in 1984 to flush out a Sikh militant leader Jarnail Singh hindranwala and several of his followers, who had taken shelter n Amritsar Golden Temple.

Meanwhile, several devotees on Thursday assembled at the eadquarter of DamDami Taksal "Gurdashan Parkash" Gurdwara at howk Mehta to participate in the three-day programmes that tarted today to mark the completion of 25 years of "Operation lue Star".

On June 6, main programmes will be held at the Akal Takhat, the igh temporal seat of the Sikhs and at the Headquarter of DamDami aksal "Gurdashan Parkash" Gurdwara at Chowk Mehta. By Ravinder Singh Robin (ANI)

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