PSGPCPakistan Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee
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The Government of Pakistan and PSGPC, after spending millions of rupees, has now completely renovated and repaired with fresh landscaping of its premises.
The PSGPC / Government of Pakistan have spent 15 million rupees on these works.
The Government of Pakistan and PSGPC have completely reconstructed and renovated the gurdwara.
Recently, a DSGMC delegation went to Pakistan to persuade the Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB), the parent body of the PSGPC, to accept the amended the Nankshahi Calendar, but the latter refused to entertain the request.
DSGMC president Avtar Singh criticised the ETPB and the PSGPC for holding onto their reservations on the issue.
According to sources, the PSGPC expressed their anger over not being taken into confidence before the SGPC went ahead and amended the original calender.
According to the PSGPC program, the visiting devotees would arrive in Pakistan and will directly go to Nankana Sahib.
To take care of the Sikh Shrines situated in Pakistan and for the well being of the Sikh community living there, the Pakistan Government in 1999 constituted the PSGPC under the chairman of Javed Nasir, former ISI chief and appointed Sham Singh its first president.
Earlier, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), the premier body of the Sikhs, opposed the formation of the PSGPC, but later on recognized the Pakistani body.