CHANDIGARH: Refusing to give any alleviation to a few establishments keep running by Sirsa-based for working their financial balances, which have been solidified since the conviction of the group head’s conviction in assault cases, the Punjab and Haryana high court on Wednesday guided court chief to confirm the entire record and insights about the dera and present a report.
According to the requests, the subtle elements ought to incorporate the date of dera’s built up, its wellspring of salary, when order boss assumed control and whether the administration of these foundations was a different element in addition to other things.
A full seat including Justice Surya Kant, Justice Augustine George Masih and Justice Avneesh Jhingan has passed these requests while hearing a few applications recorded by nine foundations related with dera looking for headings to de-solidify their records. A comparative application was additionally documented by devotees of , previous head of Dera Sacha Sauda, looking for headings not to append the properties which were initially worked by the previous dera head.
- Declining to give any alleviation, the seat influenced it to clear that it would pass a request simply in the wake of getting report from the court official on the issue. It additionally guided the Haryana government to give a wide range of offices and help to the court magistrate in doing the whole exercise.
- In their application, the dera’s nine instructive and restorative organizations have presented that solidifying of the records has for all intents and purposes ended their operations and unfavorably affected around 7,000 understudies, 1,000 staff individuals and patients being dealt with in the trust-run clinic.
- It was additionally expressed that even they were not ready to run everyday issues of these organizations, such as paying pay rates to representatives and paying power bills among others. They have looked for authorization to work their records, which were seized by the state government following the headings of the Punjab and Haryana high court.
In another application documented by devotees of the previous dera head, it was presented that Shah Mastana ji had developed around 17 deras in Punjab and Haryana which were utilized just to preach and not for any business pupose. Asserting that they had no association with Gurmeet and were not his adherents, the candidates argued that the properties work by him (Gurmeet) after 1990 ought to be appended and unloaded, if necessary. “The deras assembled and established by Shah Mastana ji might be exempted from connection as these have notable and religious incentive for a large number of his (Shah Mastana Ji) supporters,” the candidate had contended.