Some Sikhs are looking annoyed by the timing of the Delhi government’s Odd-even. Delhi Gurdwara Committee is also very angry with this. Actually, on November 12, the 550th Prakash Parva of Guru Nanak Dev Ji is being celebrated all over the country. Programs are also being organized in gurdwaras in Delhi, but the sangat may have trouble accessing the gurdwaras as odd-even takes effect. Regarding this, the Delhi Gurdwara Committee has expressed its anger towards the Delhi government and asked the Sangat to join the maximum number of Prakashparva Samagam. During this time, if any challan is deducted, it will be paid by the Gurdwara Committee.
Gurdwara Committee President Manjinder Singh Sirsa says that when Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced the date of odd-Even, at the same time, he wrote a letter demanding that Kirtan Samagam be held in Gurdwaras on the occasion of Prakash Parva at the time of odd-Even. In such a situation, Sangat will have a lot of trouble reaching the gurdwaras. Therefore, the date of odd-even should be shifted, but our demand was not accepted.
In such a situation, the committee has decided that the Prakashparva congregation should be included as much as possible. If your challan is deducted during this time, it will be filled by the Gurdwara Committee. On the other hand, Aam Aadmi Party MLA from Tilak Nagar, Jarnail Singh has met Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot yesterday and on November 11 and 12 on the occasion of Prakash Parv, demanded exemption in Aud-Even. Jarnail Singh says that the Transport Minister has assured him that he will talk to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on this issue. Jarnail Singh claims that the Sangat will definitely be exempted from the Delhi government.