JAMMU, Jan 14: Expressing their serious concern over the atrocities committed on minority Sikhs in Pakistan, Rashtriya president of Sikh Sangat, Dr Jaswant Singh and Purnish Mahajan, president Sahakar Bharti J&K UT, today said that the radicalization of Islamic Sect including the different kinds of inhuman fatalistic activities around the world have affected the every sect of society.
Talking to reporters here, today they strongly condemned the kidnapping of Sikh girl, stone pelting, disgracing of revered place at Nankana Sahib Gurdwara and killing of Sikh youth at Peshawar Pakistan. They said the mob attack was not only an atrocity committed but also a promotion of fanatic sect of Muslim terrorism.
Jaswant Singh warned Pakistan that radical forces supported by ISI will never succeed in their vicious designs against the minority communities. He said that oneness of God and peace are the two principles of Islam, but activities of Pakistan and wrong interpretation of Islam by the radical sect is giving bad name to the whole society.
Purnish Mahajan said that it is because of these atrocities committed against the minorities since 1947 in Pakistan, the Parliament of India had to pass the Citizenship Amendment Act to resolve the issues created by Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan far last so many years. It is because of these atrocities that CAA got so much support from every nook and corner of the country and every person loving the mankind.
Supporting oppressed minorities, Mahajan extended his full support to the policies and decisions of Central Government and urged it not to allow anyone to play in the hands of ISI and wrong elements.
Bikram Singh another senior member of the Sahakar Bharti said the violence and terrorism are the great threat for the society and country. The wrong interpretation of any thing by leaders or by people is dangerous for the country as a whole where people practicing different religions and belonging to different castes. They live together and believe unity in diversity. He said peace can only nourished and spread with humanism and not violence, so we hope our message in clear and well interpreted.
Harbans Singh Sudan said that pending installments of PoJK refugees be released at the earliest and refugee colonies should be regularized and ownership rights be given to them.
Others present in the press conference included Ranjit Singh Broca, Ajit Singh Nagra, Darshan Choudhary, Santokh Singh Bali, Upinder Kour HS Rana etc.