Gurmat Samagam organised for paying tributes to Sant Gurbaksh Singh Danna

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Feb 20: A grand Gurmat Samagam, in the memory of Sant Gurbaksh Singh ji Danna, was organized on Sunday at Gurdwara Shri Guru Arjun Dev, Akhnoor Road, Domana under the patronage of Sant Tejwant Singh ji, Dera Mukhi Sant Pura Danna.
Prominent persons, including former Chief Minister Gulam Nabi Azad attended the Samagam. The programme was organised with active cooperation of Joginder Singh Bali and Updesh Kour Bali, Baldev Singh from CEO Peaks Auto Ltd, Advocate Surinder Singh and Advocate Surinder Kour, S Attar Singh and members of the management Committee SGSD Int. School.
Renowned Ragi Jathas from outside the J&K who recited Shabad Kirtan, included Bhai Jhujhar Singh Hazuri Ragi Sri Darbar Sahib, Bhai Sarabjit Singh & Bhai Harpinder Singh SGPC Parcharak (JKUT).
Other Ragi Jathas, including Bhai Jagtar Hazuri Ragi Darbar Sahib, Bhai Jagir Singh, Bhai Ranjit Singh, Bhai Rangil Singh, Bhai Ravinder Singh, Bhai Surinder Singh, Bhai Surinder Pal Singh, Bhai Dharamvir Singh, Bhai Charanpreet Singh, Bhai Surjit Singh and Bhai Parvinder Singh, Bhai Davinder Singh recited Gurbani Kirtan on the occasion.
Ghulam Nabi Azad, while speaking on the occasion, urged people to follow the path shown by Shri Guru Granth Sahib for peace and well being of humanity. National Conference leader Ajay Sadotra and former BJP MLC S Charanjitjit Singh Khalsa said that Sant Gurbaksh Singh was a revolutionary soul and spiritual upright personality. S J P Singh (Retd IGP) threw light on the life of Sant Gurbaksh Singh Ji Danna and urged the sangat to follow path shown by Sant ji. S Balvinder Singh, social activist and President Sikh Progressive Front, also spoke on the occasion.
S Manjit Singh, Member SGSD International School Domana and Sant Tejwant Singh honoured the prominent personalities including Gulam Nabi Azad, S Charanjit Singh Khalsa, Ajay Sadotra, S J P Singh, Advocate Surinder Kour, Rajinder Kumar and Balwant Rai besides Sikh Sangat from Rajasthan that had specially come to attend the Samagam.