Provide security to Sikh’s: GPC
Srinagar: Gurudawara Prabandak Committee (GPC) Saturday demanded security for the Sikh community members.
Addressing a press conference, General Secretary Navtej Singh said that though there were many inputs and incidents in the past targeting the minorities yet government didn’t provide any security to the community members.
“We demand from the government to provide security to our government employees and assure the minority community that they are safe in the valley,” he said.
Singh said that the majority community should come forward and condemn the attack on the minority communities.
“It would have been better if the majority community would have participated in yesterday’s protest,” Singh said.
Meanwhile, the United Sikh Forum (USF) while condemning the killing of two school teachers said that no sikh would leave Kashmir and appealed to all the communities to get united at the time of crises.
President of United Sikh Forum (USF) Manmeet Singh said that no sikh is leaving Kashmir as the land belongs to both Kashmiri Sikhs and Muslims.
“We have to get united to fight against these elements who are trying to create a gap in between communities,” Singh said
Singh said to protect Kashmiri brotherhood Moulana’s and Mufti’s from Muslim community and leaders from sikh community should get united and come forward to deal with such elements who are trying to create a wedge between the two communities.
“I have read the Quran and other religious books and no religion teaches to kill a human being. If someone has to fight for his rights he has to fight one-on- one not by killing innocents,” he said. (KNO)