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Anandpur Sahib Da Matta. The BookReader requires JavaScript to be enabled. Please check that your browser supports JavaScript and that it is enabled in the. The Anandpur Sahib Resolution, was a statement with a list of demands made by Punjab political party, the Shiromani Akali Dal, in Anandpur Sahib Da Matta. Author: unknown. Please login to view this post. Next Post Anand Sahib – Ik Adhiaan. Khalsa library Written by:Khalsa library.

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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The basic postulates of this organization are human co-existence, human welfare and the ultimate unity of all human beings with the Lord. For the anandppur of the aforesaid purposes, the Shiromani Akali Dal owned it as its primary duty to inculcate among the Sikh religious fervour and a sense of pride in their great socio-spiritual heritage through the following measures: Reiteration of the concept of unity of God, meditation on His Name, recitation of gurbani, inculcation of faith in the holy Sikh Gurus as well as in Guru Granth Sahib and other appropriate measures for such a purpose.

Anandpur Sahib Resolution

Grooming at the Sikh Missionary College the Sikh youth with inherent potential to become accomplished preachers, ragis, dhadis and poets so that the propagation of Sikhism, its tenets and traditions and its basic religious values could be taken up more effectively and vigorously.

Baptizing the Sikhs on a mass scale with particular emphasis on schools and colleges wherein the teachers as well as the taught shall be enthused through regular study circles.

Revival of the religious institution of dasvandh among the Sikhs. Generating a feeling of respect znandpur Sikh intellectuals including writers and preachers, who also would be enthused to improve upon their accomplishments. Streamlining the administration of the gurdwaras by giving better magta to their workers.

Appropriate steps would also be taken to maintain gurdwara building in proper condition. The representatives of the party in the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee would be directed to pull their weight towards these ends.

Making suitable arrangements for error free publications of gurbani, promoting research in the ancient and modern Sikh history, translating holy gurbani into other languages and producing first-rate literature on Sikhism. Taking appropriate measures for the enactment of an All India Gurdwaras Act with a view to improving the anandpkr of the gurdwaras throughout the country matat to reintegrate the traditional preaching sects of Sikhism like Anandpkr and Nirmalas, without in any way encroaching upon the properties of their maths.

Taking necessary steps to bring the Sikh gurdwaras all over the world under a single system of administration with a view to running them according to the basic Sikh forms and to pool their resources for the propagation of Sikhism on a mqtta and more impressive scale.

Striving to free access to all those holy Sikh shrines, including Nanakana Sahib, form which the Sikh Panth has been separated, for their pilgrimage and proper upkeep. The fundamental policy of the Shiromani Akali Dal is to seek the realization of this birthright of the Khalsa through the creating of a geographical entity and a constitutional set-up of its own. For the mattaa of this aim: The Shiromani Akali Dal is determined to strive by all possible matga to: For the aforesaid departments of the Center, Punjab and other states would contribute in proportion to their respective representation in Parliament.

The Shiromani Akali Dal would also endeavor to have the Indian Constitution recast on real Federal principles with equal representation at the Mata for mattaa the States. It is worthless and highly detrimental to the interest of the country, sshib people and mankind at large.

Shiromani Akali Dal shall extend its support only to such policies as are based upon the principles of peace and national interest. It strongly advocates a policy of peace with all neighboring countries, particularly 5 those which have within their borders Sikh population and Sikh shrines.

The Akali Dal is of the firm view that the foreign policy of India should in no case be one of playing second fiddle to any other country. The Shiromani Akali Dal shall firmly resist and discrimination against any Sikh or even other employees of the Centre or State government [on the basis of his caste or creed]. It shall also endeavor to maintain the traditional position of the Sikhs in all the wings of the Defense services and needs of the Sikh army personnel shall be adequately taken care of by the Panth.

The Shiromani Akali Dal shall also ensure that kirpan is accepted as an integral part of the uniform of the Sikhs in the Army.

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It shall be the primary obligation of the Shiromani Akali Mxtta to help rehabilitate ex- servicemen of the Defense forces in the civil life, and for such a purpose it would extend them every help to enable them to mayta themselves and raise their voice in an effective way to gain adequate safeguards and concessions for an honorable and dignified life.

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The Shiromani Akali Dal is of the firm opinion that all those persons, including women, who have not been convicted of any criminal offence by a court of law should have the right to possess any type of small arm like revolvers, guns, pistols, rifles, carbines, etc. The Shiromani Akali Dal seeks ban on the sale of liquor and all other kinds of intoxicants, and shall press for a ban on the consumption of intoxicants and smoking in public places.

Apart from defining the basic postulates and principles of policies and its ultimate goal, the open session of the General House of the Shiromani Akali Dal, held at Ludhiana, sauib traced the outlines of the long-term socio-economic and cultural aims and objectives of the Party, for the attainment of which it adopted twelve sub- resolutions.

A closer analysis of these sub-resolutions shows that while the core of the basic resolutions passed by its working committee at Anandpur Sahib innamely attainment of special Constitutional state for the Sikhs to ensure their growth in accordance with their own socio-spiritual traditions and tenets was fully endorsed by the General House of the Shiromani Akali Dal, the scope of the greater autonomy to the anandppur of Punjab for the aforesaid purpose was widened to include all the states.

Thus, the shape and scope of the Anandpur Sahib resolution as tit finally emerged out of the Ludhiana meet of the Shiromani Akali Dal envisages: The attainment of pre-eminence of the Khalsa through special constitutional safeguards and powers for the Sikhs.

Greater autonomy to all the states by recasting the Centre-State relations on the basis of limited powers for the Centre. Ca adopted, in the light of the Anandpur Sahib Resolution, at open session of the 18th All India Akali Conference held at Ludhiana on October, under the presidentship of Jathedar Jagdev Singh Talwandi are as under: The Shiromani Akali Dal realizes that India is a federal and republican geographical entity of different languages, religions and cultures.

To safeguard the fundamental rights of the religious and linguistic minorities, to fulfill the demands of the democratic traditions and to pave the way for economic progress, it has become imperative that the Indian constitutional infrastructure should be given a real federal shape by redefining the Central and State relation and rights on the lines of the aforesaid principles and objectives.

The concept of total revolution given by Lok Naik Jaya Parkash Narain is also based upon the progressive decentralization of powers. The climax of the process of centralization of powers of the states through sagib amendments of the Constitution during the Congress regime came before the countrymen in the form of the Emergencywhen all fundamental rights of all citizens was usurped.

It was then that the programme of decentralization of powers ever advocated by Shiromani Akali Dal was openly accepted and adopted by other political parties including Janata Party, C. Shiromani Akali Dal has ever stood firm on sauib principle and that is why after a very careful consideration it unanimously adopted a resolution to this effect first at the All India Akali Conference, Batala, then at Anandpur Sahib which has endorsed the principle of State autonomy in keeping with the concept of federalism.

As such, the Shiromani Akali Dal emphatically urges upon the Janata Government to take cognizance of the different linguistic and cultural sections, religious minorities as also the voice of millions of people and recast the constitutional structure of the 7 country on real and meaningful federal principles to obviate the possibility dz any danger to the unity and integrity of the country and, further, to enable the states to play a useful role for the progress and prosperity of the Indian people in their respective areas by a meaningful exercise of their powers.

Indira Gandhi during the Emergency on the distributions of Ravi-Beas waters should be revised on the universally accepted norms and principles, and justice be done to Punjab.

Our economic programme is based on three principles: While drafting its economic policies and programme, the Shiromani Akali Dal in its historic Anandpur Sahib Resolution has laid particular stress on the need to break the monopolistic hold of the capitalists foisted on the Indian economy by 30 years of Congress rule in India.

This capitalist hold enabled the Central government to assume all powers in its hands after the manner of Mughal imperialism. This was bound to thwart the economic progress of the states and injure the social and economic interests of the people.

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Anandpur Sahib Da Matta

Doing honest labor, ii. Sharing with others the fruits of this labor, and iii. Meditation on the Lord’s Name. The Shiromani Akali Dal calls upon the Central and the State governments to eradicate unemployment during the next ten years. While pursuing this aim, special emphasis should be laid on amelioration the lot of the weaker sections, scheduled and depressed classes, workers, landless and poor farmers and urban poor farmers and urban poor. Minimum wages must be fixed for all of them.

The Shiromani Akali Dal urges Punjab government to draw up such an economic plan for the state as would turn it into the leading state during the next ten years by raising per capita income to Rs. The Shiromani Akali Dal gives first priority to the redrafting of the taxation structure in such a way that the burden of taxation is shifted from the poor to the richer classes and an equitable distribution of national income ensured. The Shiromani Akali Dal calls upon the Central government to make an international airport at Amritsar which should also enjoy the facilities of a dry port.

Similarly, a Stock Exchange should be opened at Ludhiana to accelerate the process of industrialization and economic growth in the State. The Shiromani Akali Dal also desires that suitable amendments should be made in the Foreign Exchange rules for free exchange of foreign currencies and thereby removing the difficulties being faced by the Indian emigrants.

The Shiromani Akali Dal emphatically urges upon the Indian government to bring about parity between the prices of the agricultural produce and that of the industrial raw materials so that the discrimination against such states that lack these materials may be removed.

The Shiromani Akali Dal demands that the exploitation of the produces of cash crops like cotton, sugarcane, oil seeds, etc. Besides, effective steps should be taken by government for the purchase of cotton through the Cotton Corporation. The Shiromani Akali Dal strongly feels that the most pressing national problem is the need to ameliorate the lot of millions of exploited persons belonging to the scheduled classes. For such a purpose the Shiromani Akali Dal calls upon the Central and State governments to earmark special funds.

Besides, the state governments should allot sufficient funds in their respective budgets for giving free residential plots both in the urban and rural areas to the Scheduled Castes.

The Shiromani Akali Dal also calls for the rapid diversification of farming. The shortcomings in the Land Reforms Laws should be removed, rapid industrialization of the State ensured, credit facilities for the medium industries expanded and unemployment allowance given to those who are unemployed. For sahob farming, perceptible reduction should be made in the prices of farm machinery like tractors, tubewells, as also of the inputs.

It is its firm demand that in accordance with the Nehru Language Formula, the neighboring State of Punjab should give “second” language status to Punjabi because of fairly large sections of their respective populations are Punjabi-speaking.

This Akali Dal session, therefore, forcefully demands that their claims should be settled soon and immediate steps should be taken to rehabilitate them even if it va an amendment to section of the Constitution.

As such, it demands that injustice against the Sikhs in other states should be vacated and proper representation should be given them in government service, local bodies and state legislatures, through nominations, if need be. However, the session feels that poor farmers are unable to tale to mechanization because of the enormity of the cost involved. As matts, the Shiromani Akali Dal urges upon the Government of India to abolish the excise duty on tractors, sot that with the decrease in their prices, the smaller farmers may also be able to avail themselves of farm machinery and contribute to increase in agricultural produce of the country.

The session wishes to make it clear that the entire cost of the proposed broadcasting project would be borne by the Khalsa Panth and its over all control shall vest with the Indian Government.

It is hoped that the Government would have no hesitation in conceding this demand after due consideration. A special ministry should be created at the Centre as a practical measure to render justice to them on the basis of reservations.

The Central government must dx give approval for the immediate establishment of six sugar and four textile mills in Punjab so that the State may be able to implement its agro-industrial policy.