Karnail Singh Peermohammad, a senior leader of the SAD (Sanyukat) on Tuesday said that the organizational structure of the SAD (Sanyukat) would be announced by party president Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa and patron Ranjit Singh Brahmpura. He said that both the leaders are making a consensus about it and its announcement would be made shortly this week.
In a joint press statement, the duo leaders appealed that in view of the ongoing protest by farmers, every Punjabi should protest against the black ‘farm laws’ of the Center by hoisting black flags in their residences. Every party worker, including the entire leadership of SAD (Sanyukat), will protest against the 3 ‘Farm Laws’ tomorrow by putting up black flags on the roofs of their homes,” the duo leaders said in a release.
On Wednesday, the on going Kisan Morcha will complete six months in protest of the Centre’s ‘black farm laws’. Dhindsa, Brahmpura asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to give up his stubborn attitude and meet the legitimate demands of the farmers.
“After the formation of the SAD (Sanyukat) by dissolving SAD (Taksali) and Democratic, the new Akali Dal (Sanyukt) has been formed and we are trying our best to reach all the like-minded people and parties to make a fourth front for the welfare of the state,” said Karnail Singh Peermohammad in a press release to the media today.
Peermohammad also said that the party has decided to hold an Ardas Samagm (programme of holding a prayer) on June 1 in the Gurdwara of village Burj Jawahar Singh wala district Faridkot from where the Sarup of Granth Sahib had been stolen on June 1,2014. He said that all the senior leaders of the party would join the prayer.
Peermohammad also accused SAD (Badal) and Captain Amarinder Singh of playing cheaper politics on the sacrilege and Behbal Kalan police firing incidents. He said that instead of delivering justice to the people of the state, both the parties are cheating them and playing with their religious sentiments. He also termed the distorted Ardas by a clergy of village Bir Talab appreciating Sacha Souda chief and his release on parole.