In his telegram to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the Indian Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru said, “I should like to make it clear that the question of aiding Kashmir in this emergency is not designed in any way to influence the state to accede to India. Our view which we have repeatedly made public is that the question of accession in any disputed territory or state must be decided in accordance with wishes of people and we adhere to this view.”
Chandigarh (November 27, 2010): “Sikhs For Justice” an international human rights advocacy group through Avtar Singh a Canadian citizen has filed criminal complaint in the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Chandigarh against Ujjal Dosanjh the member Parliament from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for his statement made in Chandigarh India, against the Sikhs raising the voice for Khalistan.
Lahore (November 29, 2010): A delegation of Sikh representatives met with Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday and presented him with a list of their demands.
Srinagar (November 29, 2010 – Habib Yousafzai): Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Sunday said that his five-point proposals were clear and there was no ambiguity in it.
Patiala (November 23, 2010): Bar Council of India is said to have decided to hold All India Bar Examination (AIBE) in Punjabi language also.
Amritsar (November 19, 2010): All India Sikh Students Federation have decided to organize a peaceful candle march on International Human Rights Day, 10th of December in evening at Amritsar (Sri Akaltakht Sahib) to raise voice against people who were involved in killing of Sikhs in November 1984 Sikh Genocide.
Fremont, California (November 14, 2010), On November 20th, Bay Area Sikh Community organizations United Sikhs and Fremont Sikh Temple members will join hands with Glide Memorial Church to help feed approximately 1,000 hungry folks in San Francisco.
Amritsar (November14, 2010): Dal Khalsa has welcomed the release of Burma’s democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, and insisted the Myanmar regime to release all remaining political prisoners and stop suppressing the human rights of those seeking an end to military rule.
The atrocities of the Indian forces committed against the Kashmiris cannot be forgotten, e. g., more than 192,685 killings, 215,877 arrests, 110,000 disappearances, 115,665 home demolitions, by Indian Security Forces, leaving 122,675 widows and 207,218 orphans. Indian forces have been committing crimes such as rape, torture, atrocities and gross human rights violations of the Kashmiri people. Nobody is there to listen to their agony for the past 63 years.
I write this from Srinagar, Kashmir. This morning’s papers say that I may be arrested on charges of sedition for what I have said at recent public meetings on Kashmir. I said what millions of people here say every day.
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