It is unfortunate to stop Sikh students from wearing kirpan and kada during exams: J. P. Singh


S A. S Nagar in charge of the Kalgidhar Sevak Jatha and in charge of Dharam Prachar Committee) Jatinder Pal Singh Jpei has condemned the ban imposed by Sikh students on wearing kirpans and ropes during the April 30 examination for the recruitment of Supervisor.



Interacting with the media persons today, J. P. Singh said that the Haryana Staff Selection Commission has been taking the examination for the recruitment of Supervisor on 30th April, in which prohibition of blackmail, ring, cloth and wearing of kirpan has been imposed, which is condemnable.

He said that due to the sacrifices of the Sikhs, the country has been liberated today, but Sikhs are now struggling for their religious symbols in their own country. He said that BJP government in Haryana is deliberately issuing such orders to dilute the Sikhs
He alleged that Haryana BJP government wanted to deteriorate entire state including Punjab, which is why he is issuing such orders. He said that in this case the SGPC should also take appropriate action and Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh should also talk to the Chief Minister of Haryana regarding this matter.

Mr. JP Singh, the Chief Minister of Punjab Capt Amarinder Singh and President of Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee Kirpal Singh Badungar has written a letter demanding that the issue should be resolved in collaboration with the Haryana Chief Minister, so that the rights of the Sikh women continued to be empowered.

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