Fatehgarh Sahib (July 19, 2010): Shiromani Akali Dal (Panch Pardhani) has accused the Union and Punjab Governments for playing a political game with Sikhs on the issue of so-called “black list”.
Barnala (July 18, 2010): Eight Sikhs, who were taken into custody by Barnala Police for opposing activities of Dera Sauda Sirsa, are booked by the police for various charges under IPC and Arms Acts.
Barnala/ Ludhiana (July 17, 2010): Section 124A is “the prince among the political sections of Indian Penal Code (IPC), designated to suppress the liberty of the Citizens”, was said by Gandhi in his written Statement before a British Judge, when he was charged with “Sedition” by British regime. Ruling regime changed for this peninsula, now called India, in 1947, when British rulers handed over power to current ruling regime of India. But the position of those, who wish to speak for themselves, for their rights, against injustice; who wish to speak fairly and openly, has not changed.
Barnala (July 17, 2010): As per reports received from Barnala, the district police Lathi-Charged Sikhs, who were protesting against “naam charcha” being organized by followers of Dera Sauda Sirsa (DSS).
Ludhiana (July 16, 2010): Now that Shri Akal Takht Sahib has declared the killings of Sikhs in 1984 as Genocide and has entrusted “Sikhs for Justice” (SFJ) with the task of getting international recognition, SFJ along with All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) will file a “1503 petition” before UN Human Rights Commission.
Amritsar (July 15, 2010): Highest Temporal authority of Sikhs, the Five Jathedars of the Takhats, have declared (on July 14, 2010) that November 1984 killings of Sikhs in India, in which thousands of innocent Sikhs were killed across 18 states and more than 100 cities was a Genocide.
Patiala/Ludhiana (July 15, 2010): Sikh Students Federation welcomed the decision taken by Sri Akal Takhat Sahib to address happenings of November 1984 as “Sikh Genocide”. SSF President Parmjeet Singh Gazi said that in November 1984 Sikhs were subjected to an organized massacre in 18 States and 110 cities of India.
New Delhi (July 13, 2010): Jagdish Kaur, a witness in the Delhi Cantonment case, during her cross examination in the court of Additional Sessions Judge Sunita Gupta told the court trying Congress Leader Sajjan Kumar and others that during November 1984 Sikh massacre she did not go to the police station as policemen were among the killers.
Sikhs for Justice, a human rights advocacy group which is striving to get justice to the victims of 1984 Sikh Genocide challenged the PM Singh’s claim that “there are visible weaknesses in Indian judicial system”. Gurpatwant S Pannun, Legal Advisor Sikhs For Justice stated that Indian judiciary’s inability is selective and it only fails to [...]
New Delhi (July 10, 2010): Reacting to the Delhi Court’s action of framing of charges against Congress (I) leader and former MP Sajjan Kumar for murder and conspiracy to murder Sikhs during November 1984 Genocide, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, legal advisor Sikhs For Justice, a US based human rights group stated that framing of charges against Sajjan proves that Congress (I) as a political party was involved in organizing and orchestrating November 1984 Sikh Genocide in which thousands of innocent Sikhs were killed.
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