The Gallant Defender – Sant Jarnial Singh Bhindranwale, is a book by A. R. Darshi. Read this book online at Sikh Siyasat News.
If India executes Professor Bhullar it will signal to the world that India is backward and prepared to go to extreme lengths to eliminate all Sikh political prisoners. India will also be testing the resolve of countries in the civilised world who will realise India has no respect for human rights, is barbaric and has no compassion and is using trade as blackmail.
If leaders of any nation are concerned about future of their people, the nation has bright future, but ironically this is not the case of Sikh nation whose leaders should learn something from Jews who were, at once, dying nation but overcome all that with unprecedented wisdom …
Ludhiana (March 31, 2013): It is learnt that Justice M. B. Shah, head of three judges constitutional bench of Supreme Court of India that heard the appeal of Prof. Devinderpal Singh Bhullar against death sentence, had acquitted Prof. Bhullar in his separate Judgement on March 22, 2002.
GLOBALLY, there has been a wave of interest in the film Sadda Haq which will be released next week on April 5 all around the world. It will also be screened locally in Surrey.
London, United Kingdom (March 17, 2013): The Sikh Federation (UK) informed Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), through an article that during the debate in the UK Parliament on 28 February, 2013 UK MPs did not go as far as to mention the widespread criminalisation of politics in India despite the briefing provided by the Sikh Federation (UK).
London, United Kingdom (March 14, 2013): John McDonnell MP and Fabian Hamilton MP the co-sponsors of the debate in the UK Parliament on 28 February in their speeches provided background to the death penalty in India and how India had ended its unofficial eight year moratorium on 21 November 2012.
This week in the UK, the BBC broadcasted two starkly different programmes concerning the Anand Karaj – Sikh wedding ceremony. The first was an Asian Network Report Special which aired live at a drive-time slot on radio and can be heard back online. [...]
London, UK (March 14, 2013): Reporting in the India media suggests India is increasingly concerned with growing Sikh political activism in the UK. Two weeks ago on February 28, 2013 a two and a half hour debate was held in the UK Parliament on the Abolition of the Death Penalty in India.
It seems to me that the only time the political system of India attracts any kind of scrutiny by the Western media is during a general election campaign. Every 4 years or so India becomes billed as the world’s largest democracy and India is presented as a beacon of freedom and human suffrage. A beacon of Western secular democracy in the Orient.
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