New Delhi. After the just-concluded Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) elections, the commotion does not seem to have stopped. The membership was canceled as a member could not read Gurmukhi at the time of taking oath. At the same time, Atma Singh Lubana, a Tilak Nagar member of the Badal party, is now accused of throwing shoes at the Gurudwara election director. Police have registered an FIR for making noise during the selection process.
It is said that there was a commotion during the selection of co-elected members on Thursday. In this regard, the police have registered an FIR on the complaint. It is alleged that Atma Singh Lubana, a member of the Badal party from Tilak Nagar, threw shoes at the election director of Gurudwara. Apart from this, other members also created a commotion there, about whom the officer has complained in the FIR.
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According to sources, Narendra Singh Gurudwara, a resident of West Bihar, is working as a director in the election. He has accused some of the elected members of the Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee of 2021 of misconduct. The first meeting after the election was held at the ITO on Thursday, he alleged.
The meeting was called to select 2 members of the co-opted. When he asked about the objections at the meeting, some objections were raised. He was also objected in writing. After some time, people started rioting here and started protesting against them. For this reason, he has ended this meeting. When he starts to go out, he abuses. He mentioned the names of some people in the complaint.
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He alleged that the police set up a security cordon and took him out. At this time a member threw shoes at him. Police have filed cases under obstruction, intimidation and other sections of the IPC. The allegations against him are currently under investigation.
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