Smaller gurdwaras in the state are additionally getting wheat gifts from locals.
Each of the 85 SGPC-controlled gurdwaras in Punjab, including the Golden Temple, will no longer need to purchase wheat for the entire year, on account of liberal gifts by the network following an intrigue for wheat gift made as of late. So far the drive is confined to rustic zones.
“Individuals have given liberally and we are overpowered by their signal. Yearly 35,000 quintals of wheat is utilized in Darbar Sahib, Amritsar while around 1,500 quintals in Takht Damdama Sahib, Talwandi Sabo, around 1,000 quintals in Bathinda’s authentic gurdwara. We are grateful to individuals for their liberal gifts that now none of the major gurdwaras need to purchase wheat for one entire year, which prior they used to purchase,” said Giani Harpreet Singh, Jathedar Akal Takht.
He included, “Sangat was not going to Gurdwaras due to Covid alarm while langar was being cooked for destitute all the time. We are appreciative to SAD for the intrigue they raised and thereafter, the reaction created by masses from towns.”
As gurdwaras were running low on gifts because of no footfall in the course of recent months, the intrigue for wheat gift – the first run through such an intrigue was made – was made by SAD benefactor Parkash Singh Badal and gathering boss Sukhbir Singh Badal.
Smaller gurdwaras in the state are additionally getting wheat gifts from townspeople.
“Wheat is being gathered from rustic voting demographics town insightful. An intrigue is being raised to every last one through gurdwara amplifiers. Prior, in the wake of collecting season individuals used to give some wheat all alone in gurdwaras, however this time individuals couldn’t go to gurdwaras and thus gifts diminished because of which an intrigue was raised just because to give wheat. Wheat for one entire year has been gathered, presently we are going to make an intrigue for giving heartbeats also,” said Sikander Singh Maluka, senior SAD pioneer who himself drove a tractor stacked with wheat from Rampura Phull to Talwandi Sabo for gift.
Tragic Spokesperson Daljeet Singh Cheema stated: ‘Since time limitation has been forced, day by day food is being cooked for over 3.2 lakh individuals so we can serve the penniless. While we were not getting any gifts, our langars didn’t stop by any means.”
“Such a circumstance had never emerged. Gurdwaras had never been shut for masses. In any case, hearts of our locale are enormous to the point that they have given liberally. They have followed the convention of ‘daswandh’ began by our Gurus,” said SGPC president Gobind Singh Longowal.