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Speaker addressing during the program at Vikas Bhawan
The land of India can never forget the sacrifice of Sikhs. Sikhism was born to protect human civilization and whenever needed, Sikh Gurus have sacrificed even their children to protect humanity. The life of the 9th Guru of Sikhs, Tegh Bahadur, was always devoted to the country, religion, humanitarian ideals. He sacrificed his everything to protect it. This sacrifice of the Guru cannot be forgotten. This was said during a program organized at Vikas Bhawan on the occasion of Prakash Parv of Guru Tegh Bahadur on Wednesday.
Jathedar Bhupendra Singh addressed the people at the 400 Prakash Parv of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur at Vikas Bhawan on the occasion of Amrit Mahotsav of Independence on Chauri Chaura Centenary Celebrations. He said that Sikhism is not against any religion. Sikhism was born for the upliftment of mankind. Whenever there has been a loss of religion, Sikhs have taken four steps forward and sacrificed their everything to protect the nation and religion.
History of Sikhs gives a sense of pride
District Development Officer Bharat Kumar Mishra said that Guru Tegh Bahadur had sacrificed his life while protecting the religion. The history of Sikh Guru’s sacrifice gives a sense of pride. The sacrifice and sacrifice of the Sikh Gurus still instills a sense of reverence and respect in the mind of every Indian. Project Director Village Development Agency Bhalchandra Tripathi said that Guru Tegh Bahadur’s sacrifice for truth, justice and religion will never go in vain. He said that Khalsa Panth has a long history of bravery, sacrifice and valor. Pramod Singh Senani said that Sikhism has always given a new energy to the nation by carrying forward the tradition of Guru and disciple.
Commendable service of Sikhs in epidemic
It was told during the program that even during the Corona period, the Sikh community did not back down from the service work. Langars were installed for the food of the people and oxygen anchors were also installed to save the lives of the people during the shortage of oxygen. Krishna Gupta said that a country full of Sikh renunciation has been dedicated to the devotees. He stressed on the inclusion of the history of martyrs in the school curriculum.
Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh, who hanged himself laughing for Mother India, was also remembered during the program and paid tribute to him. Engg. VK Gupta said that the inspiration of martyrdom on the border comes from Sikh Gurus only. Remembering Bhagat Singh, he said that at the time of hanging he had told his mother – don’t cry mata, lal tere bahure…. Colonel Jagroop Singh said that we should learn from the sacrifice of Sikhs and we have learned too. On the borders, our jawans come either waving the tricolor or they come wrapped in the tricolor. Blessed are those who come with the tricolor and more than them, they are lucky to come waving the tricolor and also wrapped in the tricolor.
Various dignitaries and officials of the city were present
Various dignitaries, public representatives and officials of the city were present during the programme. During this, Additional District Development Officer Social Welfare Sandhya Rani Baghel, DIO Sandeep Kumar, Yogesh Prakash, Gautam Gupta, Rajendra Prasad, Amit Prasad, Neeraj Kumar, Sergeant Madan Singh, Chandrapal Singh, Lieutenant GC Verma, Gyanendra Singh, Vinay Kumar, Rajendra Prasad , Gaurav Gupta, Mohammad Shah Zafar, Sonpal Singh, Rajesh Kumar, Than Singh and a large number of people were present.