In response to the G20 summit in Amritsar, Sikh political parties and organizations showcased the Punjab and Sikh viewpoints during the P-20 summit. When the annual G20 meeting of heads of state convenes in Delhi, minorities and nationalities from across the Indian subcontinent will gather in Delhi beforehand to present their perspective to the G20 group on social, religious, and political developments that affect them. Report from a WSN.
Sikh political parties and individuals expressed the Punjab and Sikh viewpoints during a P-20 in response to the G20 summit in Amritsar. Minorities and nationalities from around the Indian subcontinent will gather in Delhi before the annual G20 summit with heads of state convenes in Delhi to share their viewpoint with the G20 group on social, religious, and political trends that affect them. The WSN Report. IN ORDER TO SHOW HOW MINORITIES FEEL […]
With the G-20 summit happening in New Delhi on September 7th, and with heads of state and foreign dignitaries from 19 countries and the EU expected to attend, the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) and the Dal Khalsa have decided to convene the M & N 20 Conclave to present the perspective of minorities and nationalities.
In a joint press conference in Amritsar, Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh and Akali Dal Amritsar leader and Member of Parliament Simranjit Singh Mann said that since the leaders of 20 countries will be gathering in the Indian capital of New Delhi on September 9-10, it is only fitting that the leaders of 20 minorities and nations do the same.
“Marking the culmination of its G-20 presidency, when India under Narendra Modi will be presenting its so-called achievements and potentials, we, the oppressed people, have our side of the story to tell the world community, including the visiting US president Joe Biden, and India has a lot to answer too,” said Mann.