A Delhi court has issued summons to former president of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Delhi) Paramjit Singh (Sarna) and former manager education in DSGMC Harmohinder Singh in a cheating case. They both had submitted a forge NOC of the DDA to Guru Teg Bahadur Engineering College in Rajouri Garden. The court summoned them to appear before it on April 4.
Metropolitan Magistrate (West) Ajay Kumar said the investigation conducted so far revealed that Harmohinder Singh had forwarded the forged NOC to the Director, Guru Teg Bahadur Institute of Technology (GTBIT), stating that it had been authorised to run engineering college on the premises of G-8 area, Rajouri Garden, in West Delhi in place of Polytechnic Institute.
Paramjit Singh Sarna, the former DSGMC president had left no stone unturned to support the anti-Sikh activities. He forgot the Sikh genocide and honored Sajjan Kumar with Siropa. Even he supported Sajjan Kumar’s brother in the elections.
Sajjan Kumar was responsible for the killings of the innocent Sikhs in Delhi during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Sarna not only supported him whole heartedly but also honored him. Even he honored the grandson of the notorious Editor Lala Jagat Narayan.
Sarna did not join the protests carried out by the 1984 anti-Sikh riot affected victims. Moreover, he stopped the pension of 1984 widows. He also denied the Akhand Path for the riot victims. He appealed the riot affected families to forgive those who were involved in 1984 Sikh carnage.
Ujjagar Sinh, president of the Rashtryia Sikh Sangat (RSS) Delhi unit, and then president Paramjit Sarna of the DSGMC approached a stall setup by the RSS during the Guru Granth Sahib Jagitri Procession and praised the right-wing organization’s efforts and sewa. Ujjagar Sinh also stated that the RSS workers at the stall then honored Sarna with a siropa.
He had claimed that the entire event was recorded by RSS workers, including the conversation in which Sarna stated that they are not Rashtriya Sikhs but Guru-kay-Sikhs. In response the RSS President replied, “we are Guru-kay-Sikhs. We are Guru-ki-Sangat. The word Rashtriya is just part of our organization’s name.”
It should be noted, that in a memorandum released in July of 2004, Sri Akal Takht Sahib instructed the Sikh Nation to boycott both the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and its offshoot Rashtriya Sikh Sangat due to their anti-Panthic activities and agenda.