SAD Leaders Strategize Revival: ‘Save SAD’ Movement to Kick Off at Akal Takht

SAD Leaders Strategize Revival: ‘Save SAD’ Movement to Kick Off at Akal Takht

SAD Leaders Strategize Revival: ‘Save SAD’ Movement to Kick Off at Akal Takht

A group of SAD leaders convened a meeting on Tuesday to discuss the future direction of the party, including potential new leadership. The meeting saw the attendance of prominent figures such as Sikandar Maluka, Surjit Rakhra, Jagir Kaur, Prem Singh Chandumajra, Kiranjot Kaur, Manjit Singh, Surinder Bhullewal, Gurpartap Wadala, Charanjit Brar, Harinder Pal Tohra, Gaganjit Barnala, Paramjit Landran, Parminder Dhindsa, Balbir Ghons, Randhir Rakhra, Sucha Singh Chhotepur, Karnail Panjoli, and Sarwan Phillaur. Addressing the media, Prem Singh Chandumajra lamented the party’s decline from prominence (“arsh”) to the ground level (“farsh”). He emphasized that the leaders discussed strategies to rejuvenate the party’s standing. They plan to visit the Akal Takht on July 1 to seek forgiveness and will initiate a ‘Save SAD’ movement from there, aiming to restore the party’s lost glory and improve its graph.

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