In a letter despatched to Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday, the performing president of the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Administration Committee (HSGMC) Didar Singh Nalvi has requested for compliance of Supreme Court docket orders of 2014 wherein it had requested the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) for opening separate financial institution accounts of gurdwaras that the committee manages in Haryana.
These gurdwaras embody: Nada Sahib in Panchkula; Panjokhra Sahib and Manji Sahib in Ambala; Dhamtan Sahib and Gurdwara Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib in Jind; a Gurdwara Sahib in Thanesar and one other in Yamunanagar. Nalvi claimed that the apex courtroom order six years in the past, SGPC had transferred not less than Rs 70 crore from gurdwaras in Haryana to Punjab, exhibiting non-compliance of the order.
Referring to the annual funds for this fiscal, Nalvi mentioned that for seven gurdwaras in Haryana, it’s Rs 12 crore.
“Why is the donation reaching in money and type in gurdwaras of Haryana not being spend on the causes of the group throughout the state. If that is being spent elsewhere, the SGPC ought to justify it,” including that Haryana authorities should make compliance of SC orders binding on the SGPC.
After the Haryana authorities handed an act for a separate gurdwara physique for the state, the SGPC had moved the SC, which ordered establishment on a separate gurdwara physique, nonetheless, asking for accounting of donations acquired in Haryana gurdwaras, individually.