Chandigarh: The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) said that the families of Sikhs, who were lodged in Dibrugarh after being invoked by the NSA during a crackdown against Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh, will meet them after about a month.

A delegation of lawyers sent by the SGPC to Dibrugarh, Assam, has also taken permission from the Amritsar District Magistrate.

Advocate Bhagwant Singh Sialka is heading the legal team formed by SGPC Harjinder Singh Dhami to pursue the cases of youths lodged in Dibrugarh jail. Advocate Sialka said that on April 10, the arrested youths were met in Dibrugarh jail. After their return on April 12, the application to meet the families was forwarded before the district magistrate. With the efforts of the SGPC, their families have now been allowed to meet.

Advocate Sialka said the youths lodged

in Dibrugarh are Kulwant Singh Dhaliwal, Varinder Singh Johal, Gurmeet Singh Bukkanwala, Harjeet Singh Jallupur Khaira, Bhagwant Singh Bajeke, Daljit Singh Kalsi, Basant Singh, Gurinderpal Singh Aujla and Papalpreet Singh.

According to the rules, the prisoners lodged in Dibrugarh jail can be met only on Thursday. For which it has been planned to be taken to Assam on April 19.

A bus will be arranged for this. He requested the families of the youths to contact the SGPC officials at the headquarters in Amritsar by April 18.

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