The interaction took place in a very cordial atmosphere with both the sides reposing mutual trust, the Rural Development and Panchayats Minister said in a statement here.
Both the sides have come close to a solution following detailed discussions on almost all the issues paving the way for final resolution, he said.
Besides the discussions with the seven-member panel set up by the Panthic organisations, he also had one-on-one talks with Jathedar Dhian Singh Mand.
He said all those involved in dialogue favoured early solution.
The commission had been constituted to investigate cases of sacrilege in the state, punishment to those guilty of sacrilege, registration of case against policemen who allegedly resorted to firing on protesters at Behbal Kalan in 2015 and release of Sikh political prisoners who have completed their sentence and transfer of others jailed in other states to Punjab.
Those who represented the Panthic organisations in the talks included Bhai Gurdip Singh of the United Akali Dal, Bhai Jaskaran Singh of the SAD (Mann), Jathedar Amrik Singh Ajnala, Jathedar Baljit Singh Daduwal, Jasbir Singh Khadoor Sahib, Baba Buta Singh Ranshinh and Baba Surinder Singh Subhanewale.
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