Tag Archives: 1984

SAD (Badal) appears to have forgotton its promise of formation of SIT on Nov. 1984: Advocate Phoolka

Amritsar, Punjab: Senior advocate and Aam Aadmi Party leader Harwinder Singh Phoolka has reminded Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) of its promise of formation of SIT for re opening and re investigating 237cases of 1984 Sikh genocide which were closed untraced. “The SAD(B) had fully supported this demand and on May 8th 2013 when SAD (B) president Sukhbir Singh had announced the ...

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30 years on, no fading of 84′ wounds, ideals

Amritsar, Punjab: The 30th anniversary of the Indian government’s 7 day brutal and bloody crackdown on pro-human right activists in Golden Temple was passing quietly in Amritsar, but for some it is not completely forgotten. Sri Harmandir Sahib and the narrow avenue that leads to it were both little eerily tense on the anniversary week, with intelligence police and pro-GOI ...

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Sikh community asking United Nation to investigate the 1984 Sikh Genocide

Geneva, Switzerland: Thousands of Sikhs from across the globe rallied Friday at the UN’s Geneva base, demanding an international investigation of a deadly wave of violence against their community in India in 1984. Sikh activists say the killings 29 years ago were state-sponsored genocide, while India blames them on communal rioting. Organizers told AFP they had mustered 10,000 Sikhs from ...

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**Sant Dhadrianwale Speak-Up** Question Punjab Politics & Silence Of Leaders – Fake Encounters Admitted By Punjab Police Officer Surjit Singh

Patiala, Punjab: Speaking within a gathering of thousands of Sikhs during the 16th July 2013 Sangrand Diwaan at Gurdwara Parmeshar Dwar Sahib. Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale have spoken against the present politics and questioned the silence of political leaders in regards to the recent confession made by Punjab Police Officer Surjit Singh. This is perhaps the most open and truthful ...

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Sifting the Dust of 84 Pogrom for Some Positives ~ Part VI of VI

MEMORIALIZING India: Traditionally what we seem to have been doing is that in difficult and trying times we never avoided or shirked away from facing the oppression that the evil were thrusting upon us. We took it on the chin and bore the atrocities with calm fortitude. We did not give up trying that the dissent gets resolved and continued ...

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