CM hits back at Dikshit, questions tweaking gurdwara election norms
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In a related development, SAD president and Punjab Deputy Chief Minister too attacked the Delhi CM saying, "Will someone tell her that Sikh affairs are very much a business of the Sikhs and of the Sikhs alone and that she or her government should stay away from the internal religious matters of the community. By openly talking about an issue which concerns our shrines, she has only confirmed Punjab CM's observation that the Congress is indeed interfering in the religious affairs of the Sikhs."
He also questioned her propriety in replying to the letter written by Punjab CM to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. "May I ask if she considers herself above the Prime Minister to whom Punjab CM's communication was addressed? The PM is yet to respond to the concerns raised in the letter but Dikshit, in her wisdom, seems to believe she can pre-empt the PM also," he said in a statement.
He also asked if the Delhi government "interference" in the affairs of the DSGMC "is a part of the Congress High Command's policy and strategy". "Haven't we suffered enough because of such ill-advised course followed by the Congress governments in the past," he asked.
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