Roads from Sri Anandpur Sahib to Fatehgarh Sahib to be further developed
Rupnagar: Roads leading to all the places associated with Sikh history will be further developed from Sri Anandpur Sahib to Fatehgarh Sahib and no effort will be spared to maintain the memorials related to the martyrs. These views were expressed by MLA Payal constituency, Manwinder Singh Giaspura, while addressing press conference in the committee room of the district administrative complex here today
MLA Giaspura said with the aim of connecting the young generation with the Sikh history and to revive the Sikh spirit in the children, special programs will be organized in schools in which the students would be made aware about the martyrdom of Sahibzadas. MLAs will participate in religious Yatras with the Sangat.
He further informed that seminars are also being conducted in Punjabi University, Punjab Agricultural University and Guru Nanak Dev University.
MLA further divulged that out of the three bridges from Ropar Headworks to Gurudwara Chhan Kumma Mashki related to Safar e Shahadat Marg to be constructed. The work of two bridges is being completed soon while the work of one bridge will be started soon.
He made it clear that all the religious events and yatras going on from Sri Anandpur Sahib to Fatehgarh Sahib will be organized by the concerned organizations as earlier in which Punjab government will provide all facilities.
On this occasion, Additional Deputy Commissioner Development Amardeep Singh Gujral said that Safar e Shahadat Marg will be notified soon, for which a file has been sent to the Punjab Government. Apart from this, village’s gyms will be named after ‘Bade Sahibjade’ and Salai Kendra will be named after Mata Gujar Kaur Ji.
In this meeting, MLA Rupnagar Constituency, Advocate Dinesh Kumar Chadha, Additional Deputy Commissioner, General, Harjot Kaur, XEN Tourism BS Chana, Motor Vehicle Inspector Ranpreet Singh Bhiora, Avinash Preet Singh Jalla, PA to MLA Giaspura Manjit Singh, Kuljinder Singh, Manjit Singh, PA to MLA Ropar, Advocate Satnam Singh Satti, Barinderjit Singh Banth, Vikram Garg, Amandeep Singh and Mandeep Singh were present.