New York (April 16, 2013): Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) a human rights group which is spearheading the campaign to bring perpetrators of Sikh genocide to justice Challenged CM Badal’s policy of impunity to DGP Saini responsible for disappearance of Prof. Bhullar’s father Balwant Singh.
Chandigarh/ Jalandhar, Punjab (March 24, 2013): While condemning the branding of All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) as a militant organization, AISSF President Karnail Singh Peermohammad stated that action against Manpreet Singh is an attempt to thwart AISSF’s campaign seeking justice for the victims of Sikh Genocide 1984.
Moga, Punjab (February 28, 2013): According to recent reprots the ruling Badal Dal candidate Joginderpal Jain has won the Moga assembly seat by defeating Vijay Sathi of the Congress by a margin of 18,845 votes.
Moga, Punjab (February 28, 2013): As per information the counting of votes for Moga constituency bypoll began at Moga amidst tight security at around am. The polling for this seat was held on February 23, 2013.
Amritsar, Punjab (February 25, 2013): Condemning his continued house arrest in New Delhi, the Dal Khalsa has urged the Government of India to release chairman of Hurriyat (G) Conference Syed Ali Shah Geelani immediately.
Jalandhar, Punjab (February 25, 2013): In the backdrop of Delhi police registering the FIR against seven Punjab Technical University (PTU) functionaries for cheating students, the Dal Khalsa has asked the Governor and Chancellor of the University to suspend Vice-Chancellor Dr Rajneesh Arora from the post immediately.
Amritsar, Punjab (February 23, 2013): All India Sikh Students Federation president Karnail Singh Peermohammad said in a statement that Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) officials should have shown the remains of the brutality of Indian authorities during Operation Bluestar to British Prime Minister David Cameron.
London, United Kingdom (February 22, 2013(: It is learnt the Sikhs in Britain have expressed anger over the British Prime Minister David Cameron’s failure to sympathise with the Sikhs for the events of June 1984 when the Indian Army used tanks and artillery to attack the Harmander Sahib, the Golden Temple Complex in Amritsar to kill thousands of innocent Sikh pilgrims.
London, United Kingdom (February 20, 2013): On the one hand British Sikhs are delighted British Prime Minister David Cameron has today made the effort to make an hour-long visit and pay his respects at Darbar Sahib, the Golden Temple Complex.
London, United Kingdom (February 18, 2013): British Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived in India and is expected to visit Amritsar on Wednesday 20 February and visit Harmandar Sahib and Jallianwala Bagh. There will be several challenging issues for David Cameron to address while in India.
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