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Saturday, 16 October 2010

Bhai Balwant Singh Wants His Eyes & Body Parts Donated After He Is Hanged By Evil Hindutva India

**Bhai Balwant Singh Once Again States His Body Parts Should Be Donated After
He Is Hanged By India, This Is The Spirit Of True Sikh Freedom Fighters
Through Their Shaheedian & Ultimate Death They Give Life Not Just To
The Needy But To The Sikh Movement For Freedom - KHALISTAN ZINDABAD**

Patiala, October 16

Balwant Singh, who has been awarded death penalty in the Beant Singh assassination case, has announced to donate his eyes and other body parts.In a letter sent in this regard through his foster sister Kamaldeep Kaur, to Sri Akal Takht Sahib, Balwant has expressed his desire that after his death, his eyes should be transplanted to Hazoori Raagi at Darbar Sahib Bhai Lakhwinder Singh, who is visually impaired.

In case, due to medical reasons, if it is not possible to transplant my eyes to Lakhwinder, then my eyes should light someone’s life, the letter reads.

Kamaldeep Kaur said after his death, his body parts including kidneys, heart etc should also be donated. Balwant is native of Rajoaana Kalan village of Raikot, Ludhiana.

Friday, 15 October 2010

Sikh Freedom Fighter Navtej Singh Gaggu Shot In Jail Dal Khalsa & KAC Demand Probe


Friday, 15 October 2010

AMRITSAR: The Khalsa Action Committee and Dal Khalsa took strong note of the shoot out incident occurred at Amritsar Central jail premises in which an unknown miscreant shot and injured Navtej Singh an alleged assassin of infamous nihang and police cat Ajit Singh Poolha.

KAC chairman Bhai Mohkam Singh and Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh today visited the Guru Nanak hospital to inquire about the condition of Navtej Singh, who received bullet injury on his left shoulder.

Demanding a high level inquiry either by Session Judge or Deputy Commissioner of Amritsar to ascertain the facts, they also talked with Jail Minister Hira Singh Gabria on phone and apprise him of the situation.

“Although his condition is out of danger and he is in high spirits (charhdi kala) but the matter is serious and as the weapon has been smuggled in the jail to harm him”. There’s some conspiracy behind the incident, they said.

The doctor attending him confirmed about the bullet mark, they claimed and added that Navtej Singh himself told them that in the evening at 6 PM as he came out of barrack after doing weight lifting exercise, someone with face covered fired a bullet on him.

Sikh Students Federation president Manjit Singh Bhoma condemned the deadly incident. He blamed the jail authorities for covering up the entire incident.

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Navtej Singh "Guggu" - resident of Dharmpura Colony, Batala, District Gurdaspur 6 months ago Navtej Singh battered BJP leader Naresh Mahajan. He is a living Sikh martyr and his name will be written in the list of Great Sikh Martyrs.

What prompted them to do Ajit Poohla kaand?

A book by Baljit Singh Khalsa, editor of Fatehnama, named "Hindustani Attwaad" was recovered from the jail. This book mentions many of the Phoola's mideeds and atrocities carried out upon Sikh families, such as that of Shaheed Bhai Balwinder Singh Jattana Babbar.

Phoola and his armed brigade raided the house of Jattana in the wee hours of August 29 , 1991, and burnt alive four women, Jasmer Kaur (chachi), Dawarki Kaur (grandmother), Manpreet Kaur (a class VII student) and Harsimranjit Kaur, a six-year-old handicapped girl.

In what was probably no co-incidence Phoola's death came exactly 17 years to the day that Phoola and his gang committed this inhumane act. He died in the exact same manner as had his victims, no doubt screaming as had his victims.

How it happened

Picture of Navtej Singh, before re-keeping kesh and after it

As Harchand Singh doused Ajit Phoola with petrol removed from the prison generator, Navtej Singh waiting with a scrap of cloth which he had already lit, threw it onto Phoola, setting him ablaze.

Current Situation

On August 28, the police had taken Navtej Singh Guggu and Bhai Harchand Singh in remand for 3 days. Normally they would have been presented in court on August 31, but they were presented a day earlier. Thus on the 30th of August Navtej Singh and Harchand Singh were presented in court.

In court, Navtej Singh stated that he has no regrets killing Ajit Phoola.

Despite police attempts to intervene, both brave Sikhs, in front of the judge, were presented with siropas by Bhai Amrik Singh of Damdami Taksal, Ajnala who had somehow managed to be in court despite the last minute shift in their appearance.

As Navtej Singh & Harchand Singh were being ushered back, slogans of "Dusht Phoola Murdabad" echoed outside the court.

Dal Khalsa Pays Homage To Shaheed Jathedar Bhai Talvinder Singh Ji Babbar

**Dal Khalsa Honours & Pays Homage To Shaheed Jathedar Bhai Talvinder Singh Ji Babbar,Babbar Khalsa International,On This Day 15th October 1992 Bhai Sahib Became Shaheed At The Hands Of The Hindutva Genocidal Indian Police,A True Jathedar Who Had The Vision & Skills Of Leadersh...ip That We Need So Much Today In The Sikh Nation** Dhan Dhan Shaheed Bhai Talvinder Singh Ji Babbar - Your Sacrifice Will Never Be Forgotten - KHALISTAN ZINDABAD

Shaheed Bhai Talwinder Singh Babbar

Jathedar Talwinder Singh was born at village Panchhat (tehsil Phagwara, district Kapurthala). After passing his matriculation examination from the village school, he started cultivating his land. In 1970, he migrated to Canada. After getting Amrit, Jathedar Talwinder Singh started missionary activities. His first act was to stop the sale of Guru Granth Sahib as an ordinary book in Canada. Later, he undertook the mission of elimination of un-Sikh like practices from the Gurdwaras in Canada. He, along with his friends, had to struggle hard to stop the entry of bare-headed people into the worship halls of the Gurdwaras.

After the killing 13 Sikhs, by the Nirankari cult, at Amritsar, on April 13, 1978, he went to Punjab and organized the Sikh youth. His organization punished those who were guilty of blasphemy and sacrilege of the Sikh shrines and/or leaders of anti-Sikh Mafia gangs. For some months the Government could not know anything about the organization. In November 1981, the Government was able to identify the leaders of the organization. Jathedar Talwinder escaped arrest. In 1982, he returned to Canada via Nepal and Thailand. He continued his activities in the Western Hemisphere. As a result of conspiracy of one of his colleagues (Satnam Singh Babbar of Germany), he was arrested on June 29, 1983, while entering Germany. He had to undergo a hunger strike to win his right to turban and vegetarian meals in Düsseldorf jail (Germany). In June 1984, he was released unconditionally. He was arrested again, in Canada, in November 1985, in connection with the blasting of an Indian airliner. In Canada as well he was acquitted in April 1986. He was arrested again, in May 1986. He remained in jail till April 14, 1987. He had to undergo hunger strike again for right to vegetarian meals. After some time he left Canada to join the Sikh army. He participated in several expedition and actions. In October 1992, he was arrested at Jammu and was mercilessly tortured. He was killed in a fake encounter, on October 15, 1992 at village Kang Araian (district Jullundur).

Thursday, 14 October 2010

Dal Khalsa Honours Bhai Balwant Singh & Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara

**We Honour Bhai Balwant Singh Ji Who Has Been Sentenced To Death For Helping To Eliminate Beant'a Paapi Killer Of Sikhs,Bhai Balwant Singh A True Marjeevrah & Shaheed In Waiting,Sikh Diamonds Such As Bhai Balwant Singh & Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara Who Has Been Sentenced To Life Till Death,Keep ...The Flame Of Freedom & The Sikh Spirit Alive - Dal Khalsa Salutes These Two Diamonds Of Our Nation KHALISTAN ZINDABAD!!!!**

The verdict on Jagtar Singh Hawara is a mixture of relief and grief

Punjab Newsline Network

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

AMRITSAR: Expressing solidarity with Jagtar Singh Hawara, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said though the court has commuted his death sentence into life, but we are shocked to hear that according to verdict he will have to spend his entire life behind bars.
Even as the verdict sounds optimistic yet in reality it’s more painful. It's hard to accept that Hawara would never be able to walk free from prison, he rued.
The Dal Khalsa leader praised the steadfastness and determination of Bhai Balwant Singh whose death sentence has been confirmed by the High Court.
Following the footsteps of Bhai Harjinder Singh Jinda and Bhai Sukhdev Singh Sukha who embraced martyrdom 18 years back, he (Balwant Singh) too has volunteered to choose death, remarked Kanwarpal Singh.

Jagtar Singh Hawara has escaped the gallows, but it is death for Balwant Singh in the Beant Singh assassination case.

A Babbar Khalsa International activist, Hawara has been branded as an “organiser of a heinous crime”, but the death penalty awarded to him by the trial court in Punjab’s then Chief Minister Beant Singh’s assassination case has been commuted to life sentence. He will remain behind bars till his last.

Other convicts, Lakhwinder Singh, Gurmeet Singh and Shamsher Singh, will continue to serve life terms.

Hearing the case on near continuous basis since February, the Bench of Justice Mehtab Singh Gill and Justice Arvind Kumar clarified that Hawara “shall not be released from the prison for the rest of his life”. Hawara was merely a tool in the hands of the prime conspirators and was not even present in the city when the blast took place, are some of the factors that weighed on the court’s mind while commuting the death penalty.

On the other hand, Balwant Singh’s refusal to defend himself and his confessional statements led him to the scaffold. “Without having any evidence in favour of Balwant Singh to go into, so that we can have a second thought on the murder reference of Balwant Singh, coupled with his three confessional statements, there is no other alternative with us but to confirm the findings of the trial court qua Balwant Singh,” the Bench ruled.

The defence was represented by Baldev Singh, while SK Saxena and RK Handa appeared for the CBI.

Speaking for the Bench, Justice Gill asserted: “Hawara, though part of the bigger conspiracy to eliminate the former Chief Minister, kept himself outside the main action. As rightly argued by the counsel for the CBI, he was a tool in the hands of Mehal Singh and Wadhawa Singh (proclaimed offenders), who were guiding him from Pakistan. Hawara, it comes out, was an active member of the conspiracy like Shamsher Singh, Gurmeet Singh and Lakhwinder Singh, who have been awarded life sentence.”

Justice Gill observed: “There is no evidence on record of the whereabouts of Hawara on August 31, 1995, (the assassination day) and as to where he was after 2.30 pm on August 30, 1995, or where did he go. The only inference we can make is that his not being present on August 30, 1995, or August 31, 1995, anywhere near the secretariat or near Chandigarh is that he did not want to be part of execution of the assassination of the former Chief Minister.”

In the judgment running into 180 pages, Justice Gill added: “It is the case of the prosecution that the conspiracy to assassinate the former CM was hatched in Pakistan between Mehal Singh, Wadhawa Singh and Hawara.

“Apart from the prosecution saying so, there is no evidence on record to substantiate this. Nothing is on record as to when did Hawara go to Pakistan and when did he come back.

“The case of Hawara does not fall within the parameters of the guidelines laid down by the Supreme Court in Machhi Singh versus State of Punjab. But we are conscious of the fact that a gruesome murder of the former Chief Minister, along with 16 others, had taken place and Hawara was the organiser of the heinous crime…. The case of Hawara is a borderline case for death sentence to be awarded.”

Balwant Singh has kept his promise made to his “human bomb” friend Dilawar Singh by deciding not to defend himself in the Beant Singh assassination case. The verdict in the case could have been different had Balwant Singh defended himself. But his three confessional statements and no evidence in his favour prevented the Punjab and Haryana High Court from having “a second thought” on the death sentence awarded to him by the trial court.

Apparently, Balwant Singh wanted the high court to order his hanging, as just before the assassination he had promised Dilawar Singh that he would not defend himself. But this is just one bizarre fact of the intriguing tale.

You may dismiss it as “too strange to be true”, but for deciding who would become the human bomb for eliminating the then Chief Minister, Dilawar Singh and Balwant Singh flipped a coin. Dilawar Singh won the fatal toss and agreed to lose his life. Balwant Singh then tied explosives around Dilawar.

Before triggering off the blast, he asked co-conspirator Balwant Singh to confess his hand, which he has done in less than four years after the assassination.

The “perfectly planned” operation went kaput after the conspirators failed to retrieve the car. It could have gone unnoticed, but for fate and strange hand of nature.

Soon after the blast, two cops on duty felt the urge to smoke away from the public glare. In their anxiety, they hopped into an open Ambassador car. Little did they know it was the one used by the assassins.

They discovered that the interiors of the car were grey, while the exterior was white. Curious, they opened the glove compartment and found bits of evidence inside.

Later, they came to know the car was used to reach the spot. While the assassins managed to get the vehicle painted “Franko white” for matching the colour of government-owned cars to make access to the secretariat easy, the moisture in the air due to rains prevented them from getting the car touched from inside.

This is not all. Talk to the investigators, witnesses and even assassins; and they tell you strange tales of intrigue, conspiracy and coincidences, which even a master of macabre could not weave so dexterously. Some of the stories are not part of the court record, but have been gathered during the trial covered over a period spanning three years.

Soon after the car’s discovery, the investigators launched a massive search for the number plate painter. The lines drawn with thread dipped in blue (neel) for aligning the letters and digits on the plate indicated that it had been painted freshly. The search took them to Mohali.

In the meantime, car painter-cum-prime witness Surinder Sharma saw the snaps of the vehicle flashed in all newspapers. Apprehensive, he was still contemplating future course of action when a cop arrived for the replacement of his bike’s clutch wire. His presence made him jittery. Thinking that the cops had discovered the truth, he spoke out everything.

India Calls Him Murderer, He Gives Life
Balwant Singh Rajoana shames death sentence
Panth and Humanity sole claimants to my body after death;
donates eyes to Huzuri Ragi of Darbar Sahib, Amritsar

Jagmohan Singh

BURAIL (CHANDIGARH): Every time, Kamaldeep Kaur looks into her brother’s eyes, she knows such occasions will be few and far between. Balwant Singh Rajoana is on the death row, convicted in Beant Singh murder case. But such is his worldview that perhaps Kamaldeep may long have to live with those eyes. Long after Balwant Singh hangs to the utter shame of Indian justice system.

Rajoana’s Eyes. Eyes that have seen untold atrocities against the Sikhs, eyes that have seen the machinations of hegemonic brahaminical forces trying to annihilate as well as assimilate the Sikhs, eyes that have rarely dropped a tear, eyes that have always gleamed with pride in the service of the Guru.

Rajoana’s eyes. Eyes that will now shame even death. In the presence of his sister, brother-in-law, nephew and the Deputy Superintendent of Model Jail, Chandigarh, (where he is lodged), Balwant Singh Rajoana has signed his Will, donating his eyes to the blind Hazuri Ragi Singh of Darbar Sahib Harmandar Sahib, Bhai Lakhwinder Singh, on 17 June 2008. The original Will

It was not a spur of the moment decision. Rajoana, in fact, first wrote to the Jathedar of Sri Akal Takht Sahib on June 5, explaining his wish. This was followed by calls from personal attendant of the Jathedar to the Deputy Superintendent of Jail, and thus he was granted permission by the jail authorities.

The Will of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana

Ik Onkar

Oh Kabir, there is nothing of mine in this life
Whatever is there, is yours
If I surrender what is yours, unto Thee
What do I lose or pay?

Bhagat Kabir, Guru Granth Sahib

Accepting the Omnipresence of Akal Purakh (God Almighty), I hereby swear on oath that after my death, all the parts of my body, which can benefit any person, are pledged to the highest temporal authority of the Sikhs, Sri Akal Takht Sahib.

It is my earnest wish that after my death, my eyes may kindly be given to Hazuri Ragi of Sri Darbar Sahib Harmandar Sahib, Bhai Lakhwinder Singh, who is blind, so that through him, my eyes continue to revere holy Darbar Sahib. For medical or other reasons, in case this is not possile, then my eyes may be given to any other needy person.

In addition to this any other part of my body (heart, kidney or any other) which can be beneficial to any other person, may be given to that person.

I am writing this Will without any coercion or compulsion and out of my own convictions and commitment and with the approval of the members of my family.

I am happily making this Will in the presence of my sister Kamaldeep Kaur, my brother in law Baljit Singh, my nephew Ajaydeep Singh, my neice Harnoor Kaur, Superintendent of the Model Jail Chandigarh, Navjot Pal Singh Randhawa ji, Medical office, B. K. Salwan and other jail authorities.

Balwant Singh Rajoana

Countersigned by

Kamaldeep Kaur
Baljit Singh
Ajaydeep Singh
Navjot Pal Singh Randhawa
Deputy Superintendent of Jails

17 June 2008

In his hand-written letter, sent to the Jathedar through the prison authorities, Balwant Singh Rajoana said: “As you are aware, I have been sentenced to death by an Indian court in the Beant Singh assassination case. I have decided not to appeal against this order and not to submit before this system.”

He said while he was waiting for his final call from the government of India, he desired that “after my death, the vital organs of my body (eyes, kidneys, heart and any other part that may be useful to any other person) may be offered at Sri Akal Takht Sahib to be given to those who may need them.” The idea was that the organs could be donated to anyone as per the wishes of the Sikh community. Rajoana had in fact made it clear right at the time of his conviction that his body shall be donated.

Explaining himself, he said that while watching the Kirtan programme on television, the sight of a blind Hazuri Ragi inspired him to offer his eyes, so that, “even after my death, (through the Ragi Singh) my eyes continue to worship at holy Darbar Sahib.”

Speaking to the World Sikh News, Kamaldeep Kaur, the sister of Balwant Singh, informed that the will was signed in her presence. Her husband Baljit Singh, her son Ajaideep Singh and Mr. Randhawa, the jail deputy superintendent were also witness to the document.

In his communiqué to the Jathedar of Akal Takht, Giani Joginder Singh, he has said that “every single part of my body” that could be of any use to anyone in the service of the Panth and humanity could be used accordingly.

Parents of Balwant Singh Rajoana

Dying is no act of bravado, to be prepared to die for one’s convictions is bravado par excellence. No university could have educated Kamaldeep Kaur about this great truth, but Rajoana’s life has.

“Many people think that my brother wants to die. No. Like all living things he also wants to live, but he does not want to cringe, he does not want to dither from his Ardas, he does not want to love life at the cost of his courage and the cause of the Khalsa Panth.”

One only wonders how many sisters who tie rakhi around their brother’s wrist across India can actually understand what Kamaldeep must be passing through. Or perhaps every single one of them will understand, if only the Sikh community ensures that the story of Rajoana’s Eyes be spread and propagated all across the globe.

Harpinder Singh Goldy

Rajoana’s sister about his decision

“Having lost my brother Harpinder Singh Goldy to the Sikh struggle, I do not want to lose another one, but at the same time I bow before his decision not to appeal his sentence and not to submit to the Indian system, which violates human rights of Sikhs. What he is saying and doing is in the true traditions of the Sikhs...My aged parents wanted a support system for themselves but they are not selfish. They are proud of their son and his commitment.”

Eye Pledge Form

“By this act, I think my brother will bring more respect to the Sikh community.” There is no end to beautiful, heart-wrenching poetry about eyes, the beauty of eyes, the power of eyes, eyes full of tears, eyes that laugh, eyes that move hearts. But the saga of Rajoana’s Eyes will remain perhaps unmatched, for which poet has ever written about the power of eyes of a man condemned to death? Rajoana does not want to shut his eyes to his Guru, to his brave Sikh nation, to the machinations of its enemies, to the great ideal of Sarbat Da Bhala.

Beant Singh’s eyes were always covered with trademark black-tinted glasses, even during broad daylight. Those were eyes that could not handle shame, for more were dying under Beant Singh’s jackboots than a human heart could bear to see. Now, Rajoana’s Eyes will ensure that the line between a life spent in Guru’s sewa and a death courted for one’s principles shall stand merged.

Even the most ungrateful would hold him in awe and respect.

Rajoana’s seven-year-old nephew, Ajaydeep Singh, was told about the reasons for which Rajoana was in prison, the contents of his will of June 17 and the possibility of him climbing the scaffolding ladder with a noose around his neck. “Tell Mamaji, I will never forget him. I will remember him for all my life.” Little kid of the Sikh Nation, you will not be alone. Rajoana’s Eyes will see that the Sikh Nation will never forget him. And the story of Rajoana’s Eyes will live on long after those eyes stop shining.

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