Guruji took Mahasamadhi on 31-05-2007 and Sh. Mast Ramji (Bapuji), the father of Guruji being the sole surviving trustee, executed a registered document called Trust (Amendment) Deed dated 05-06-2007, appointing Sh. Navdeep Singh (Gaurav), grandson and the only nephew of Guruji.
Keeping in mind the need for a better, transparent and efficient working and administration of the aforesaid Trust, the sole surviving trustee, also provided in the Trust (Amendment) Deed dated 05-06-2007, that the two trustees, Bapuji and Navdeep Singh (Gaurav), would exercise the powers conferred upon them in the aforesaid Trust Deed dated 14-05-1999, subject to the advice of an advisory committee consisting of not more
than eleven members as may be nominated by the trustees.
The aforesaid amendment clearly establishes the intention of the existing trustees to run the Trust in an efficient, effective and transparent manner by taking the benefit of the advice of eleven eminent persons, who could be trusted for their abilities, experience and association with Guruji.
In the year 2010, the trustees decided to increase the sangat participation and the trust activities were streamlined by introducing various committees for specific purposes. These committees were responsible for allocating budget and financial spending.
The success of this experiment carried out by the trustees, gave them the confidence to increase the “public involvement” in the functioning of
this “Public Charitable Trust – Guruji Ka Ashram”
On 5th October, 2011, the Trust Deed was further amended vide Trust (Amendment) Deed dated 30th September, 2011, duly registered with the office of the Sub- Registrar New Delhi. Sh. Mast Ramji, Smt. Sarabjeet Kaur and Sh. Navdeep Singh, the present trustees, finalized the 5th October, 2011, Trust
Amendment Deed, wherein the role of the Sangat in running the Trust activities was increased.
The formation of 200 strong members Sangat Support Team – Guruji Ka Ashram Trust, is part of this trust Amendment. The formation of various committees under this Sangat Support Team involves the larger public participation in running this Public Charitable Trust.