New Delhi / IBNS: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa has criticized Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday for pro-Khalistan leader and aide Hafiz Saeed-aide Gopal Chawla that land in Nankana Sahib owned by Guru Nanak Dev has been seized by people wealthy by paying money and collusion with Pakistan’s Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB).
This council is responsible for the educational, charitable or religious beliefs that have been left in this country by Hindus and Sikhs.
“Gurdwara Sahib’s land was sold to Rich & Mighty of Pak as part of a well-planned strategy to take over the Sikh minority places of worship Gopal Chalwa has exposed the cruelty & misuse of land by ETPB officials; will PM @ImranKhanPTI take action? @Thetribunechd , “Sir, tweeted.
Gurdwara Sahib’s land was sold to Kaya & Perkasa Pak as part of a well-planned strategy to take over the Sikh minority place of worship
– Manjinder S Sirsa (@mss Audience) March 31, 2020
Gopal Chawla, who is also a close aide to Jamaat ud Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, has accused the land in Nankana Sahib owned by Guru Nanak Dev of being captured by rich people by paying money and collusion by Pakistan’s ETPB.
He claimed that the authorities remained silent despite repeated complaints against land abuse.
He even claimed that Pakistan’s ETPB had helped and protected rich people who had encroached on the Gurudwara land of Nakana Sahib.
He even accused ETPB chairman Aamer Ahmed of colluding with land grabbers.
“I have humbly requested that in Nankana Sahib there is a full (land) robbery and I have given evidence to Aamer sahib that a lot of cruelty is happening. Rich people can give Rs 2 lakh, Rs 3 lakh, Rs 4 lakh, Rs 5 lakh, they made their house and poor people who had to build two marla, three marla, there was no law for them, “he was quoted as saying by ANI.
“Little people, who cannot give money, is there no law for them? Will Guru Nanak’s land be given to the rich and not poor. The rights of the poor in Nankana Sahib are destroyed by those who can pay Rs 4 lakh, Rs 5 lakh, “he said.