Entry of a new party in Delhi's Sikh politics
Entry of a new party in Delhi's Sikh politics

New Delhi: The Sikh community has an important role in the politics of Delhi. All political parties make their electoral strategy by keeping it in front. A new Sikh party has entered these politics. Manjeet Singh GK, former chairman of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, has formed the new party. The name of this party will be Jag Asra Guru Oat (Jathedar Santokh Singh). The formation of the new party Jag Asra Guru Oat (Jago) was announced at a special gathering organized at Greater Kailash.

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Former Principal of Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College, Dr. Harmeet Singh proposed to make Manjeet Singh GK the International President of the party. The senior leader of Sikh politics Balbir Singh Kohli approved the proposal. On this occasion, the international president of the new party GK said that soon the names of the presidents will be announced by forming Youth, Women, Promotional and Intellectual Wing at the party. The President of Students Wing has been appointed Teranpreet Kaur, President of Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College Students Union. The party will also constitute an advisory committee.

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In terms of organization, 46 wards of Delhi Committee are divided into 5 districts. These districts are named after the 5 Sikh generals who conquered Delhi in 1783. The East Delhi district will be named after Baba Baghel Singh. Mid-west Delhi district Baba Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, West Delhi district Baba Jassa Singh Ramgarhia, South Delhi district Jathedar Maha Singh Shukrachakia and North Delhi district will be named after Jathedar Tara Singh Gheba. Let us know that assembly elections are to be held in Delhi early next year. Presently AAP, Congress, BJP and Akali Dal have influence in Sikh politics.

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