HSGMC passes budget of Rs 2 crore

  • | Monday | 1st April, 2019

22 of 2014 is under challenge by Harbhajan Singh, a Kurukshetra-based member of the SGPC, in the Supreme Court since 2014. He further said, “The HSGMC Act no. KAITHAL: The Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (ad hoc) (HSGMC) has passed its annual budget of Rs 1.95 crore for the financial year 2019-20 during its general body meeting at Gurdwara Patshahi Chhevin and Nauvin at Cheeka town of Kaithal district on March 30.Executive president, HSGMC, Didar Singh Nalvi said, “In the meeting the HSGMC general body has also passed 13 resolutions, one of them is to urge the president of the SGPC to withdraw the civil writ petition from the Supreme Court, challenging the separate gurdwara management body for Haryana in the larger interest of the community.”Nalvi said the annual budget for the financial year of 2019-20 passed by the committee general body is Rs 1.95 crore against the 2018-19 year budget of worth Rs 1.62 crore. As per the status quo order of the Supreme Court, the HSGMC has only five gurdwaras under its control.”As per sources, in view of the status-quo order of the Supreme Court, the HSGMC and SGPC have been barred from making any change in the existing structure or system.When questioned about the developments to be done with the budget, Nalvi said, “Since we have been barred as per court orders, we cannot take any effective step in the field of education and health, including the construction of any gurdwara building. Therefore, our major area of thrust during the current fiscal year should be setting up of libraries in every gurdwara, religious preaching in every nook and corner of Haryana, particularly in rural areas, stipends for brilliant students or scholars, social uplift of poor section of society, medical aid to patients suffering from chronic diseases and starting of a monthly journal, Miri-Piri.”The general body meeting was attended by members of the HSGMC, including vice-president Karnail Singh Nimnabad, general secretary Joga Singh, joint secretaries Baldev Singh Balli and Avtar Singh Chaku among others.

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