The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee on Saturday objected to a “facetious” description of former primary apportion Manmohan Singh in a biopic The Accidental Prime Minister and appealed to a Sikh village to protest a film.
In a video message, Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee ubiquitous secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa pronounced Manmohan Singh done a Sikh village and India unapproachable during his 10-year reign as primary apportion and a film “spoils” his image.
“The Congress inflicted atrocities on Sikhs. The celebration committed sins… Maligning Manmohan Singh’s image…is unacceptable. The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee expresses critical regard over flippant description of a former primary apportion in a film,” Sirsa said.
“Manmohan Singh done a village and a whole nation unapproachable during a tellurian level. We are opposite any such film that demeans a Sikh community,” he said.
Sirsa, in his “capacity as a ubiquitous secretary of a DSGPC”, appealed to village members to protest a movie.
The film, formed on a book by a same name by Sanjaya Baru who served as Manmohan Singh’s media confidant from 2004 to 2008, was expelled on Friday.
The film shows Singh as a plant of a Congress’s inner politics forward of a 2014 ubiquitous elections.