November 1, 2012 marks the 28th Anniversary of 1984 Sikh genocide in India. The assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi (responsible for desecration of Sri Harmandar Sahib) by two her own Sikh body guards proved catastrophic for the Sikhs in India. (more…)
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On this day the Indian Military Forces brutally attacked the central sikh shrine Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar (Golden Temple) where thousands on innocent sikhs were killed. Subsequently Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa (Bhindrawale) and other singhs fought the battle to retaliate the attack started on June 3rd, 1984.
Those martyrs continued to defend the pious sikhs shrines, till the unmindful Indian Government decided to use tanks against the people(sikhs) of its own country (India) and on June 6th, 1984 Sri Akal Takht Sahib was bombarded with tanks. June 6 marks the 28th Anniversary of Shaahedi of Sri Akal Takht Sahib and many singh, singhnees who fought against hindustan’s forces.
On 26th Anniversary of Operation Bluestar Giani Pinderpal Singh Ji bravely spoke on 1984. He spoke on Harmandr Sahib Attack & valor shown by singhs. He also advocated Sri Dasam Granth is an integral part of Sikh Panth and a memorial should be establised in the memory of sikh quam de mahaan shaheed Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale.
See the videos (two parts) to know Bhai Pinderpal Singh ji’s full veechar:
Part 1 ( Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JV6hbjIGxpU ) or watch below:
Jarnail Singh Journalist Speaks about his shoe hurling protest in an interview with NDTV. He argues and explains how it is a legitimate protest when governments become insensitive towards killings of thousands of innocents. He categorically explains why he protested, why it was required and what was the outcome. Watch this video below or visit this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2wA6kjX-J0:
Toronto, Ontario (KP) – Expressing sympathy with the Sikhs, the New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton, MP, in a letter urged his caucus not to attend any events with Kamal Nath because of his involvement in anti sikh pogroms in 1984. Here is the copy of his letter:
USA/ Ludhiana (February 06, 2010): In a newsletter circulated by Sikhs for Justice it is informed that Ed Towns, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York’s 10th district has issued serious concern regarding denial of justice of victims of 1984 Sikh Genocide.
Ensaaf- A nonprofit Sikh organization has launched a BART poster campaign this month to mark the 25th Anniversary of India’s state sponsored worst post independence massacre in the year 1984. Nov 1, every symbolizes the unjust killings of thousands of innocent sikhs in India.
Everyday we perform across gurdwaras worldwide by remembering our shaheeds (“Jina Singh Singhnia de Sis Dite”) to mark the greatness of sikhi and keep the spirit alive. But when it comes to present day scenario 1984 anti sikh riots is a big blot which sikhs have not been able to give a befitting reply to.
One man (with Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s) stood against the wind.