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Tuesday, 10 May 2011


**Anti Sikh Cultists Of Choota Sauda Ram Rahim Attack An Amritdhari Sikh Youth & Forcibly Cut His Kesh,Another Example Of The Daily Attacks On Sikhs Under Indian Rule - Live Discussion On Sikh Chnl 848 NOW!**


Balwinder Singh's Kes were Forcibly Cut by Cultists
Balwinder Singh's Kes were Forcibly Cut by Cultists

LEHARGAGA, PUNJAB - In yet another incident that will further enrage the sentiments of the Sikh community, residents of the southern town of Chadpura discovered that followers of Sauda cultist Ram Raheem humiliated and assaulted a young Amritdhari Sikh boy and forcibly sheared of his sacred kes (hair) .

Sikhs consider kes as a gift from God, and do not remove them from their body under any circumstances.

On May 6th of 2011, Sauda cult follower Tarsem Sinh forcibly took Balwinder Singh, age 12 to his nearby shop, and attacked and dishonored the young boy with the help of other cultist “premis”. When the boy resisted the assault, they began to beat him, and then began to shear of his kes with a pair of sharp scissors. The boy suffered several cuts on his head due to the altercation, in which the sacred hair from his head were removed.

When Balwinder Singh reached home, his mother, Charanjit Kaur fainted upon seeing her son in this condition. Neighbors soon arrived to help the family – they were all shocked to see what had just occurred. The Charanjit Kaur and her husband Makhan Singh have approached Gurdwara Sangatpur Sahib Management and other Sikh organizations for help in this matter. The Punjab police, so far, has not taken any action against the premi cultists.

Mother of Amritdhari boy who was assaulted by Cultists
Mother of Amritdhari boy who was assaulted by Cultists

The family stated that the Jakhal Police station initially tried to cover-up the incident, and only filed the complaint paperwork after realizing the threat of action by Sikh organizations. Jakhal Police SHO, Dilbagh Singh has hinted that the police would take action against the cultists Tarsem Singh, son of Rangi Singh and two of his accomplices.

Interestingly, in 2007, Sri Akal Takht Sahib, the Supreme Temporal and Religious Authority for the Sikhs ordered all Sauda Cult Dera outlets be shutdown throughout Punjab.

The ruling Akali Dal (Badal) party has yet to take action against the cult deras, despite the death of several Sikhs due to the ongoing tension between the cultists and the Sikh community.

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Dal Khalsa Message on 25th anniversary of Khalistan Declaration Day

Message on 25th anniversary of Khalistan Declaration Day
Dal Khalsa Calls Hindus to shed their misgivings and join them in struggle
as Khalistan will be of all Punjabis
Expresses regret on the killings of innocent, paid homage to all martyrs of cause

Friday April 29th, 2011
Amritsar: Today is Khalistan Day. The Panthic Committee constituted by the Damdami Taksal 25 years ago on this day declared 'Khalistan' as a goal of the Sikh Nation from the Akal Takht Sahib. Earlier organizations like the Dal Khalsa, Babbar Khalsa and the Council of Khalistan had adopted Khalistan as their agenda. Even Shaheed Sant Jarnail Singh used to say that the day Indian government attacked Darbar Sahib, the foundation stone of Khalistan would be laid down. However, declaration by the Panthic Committee that came into being through a resolution adopted at Sarbat Khalsa on Jan 26, 1986 carried more significance and weight. It gave further teeth and acceptance to the Sikh struggle.

In the wake of the declaration, Sikhs fought a pitch battle with the Indian state. During the course of struggle, many Sikhs lost their lives. Today, we pay homage to all those who embraced martyrdom for the cause. We also remember all those who have been languishing in jails since long especially Prof Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar, Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara and Bhai Daljit Singh. We also pay our respect to each family and people who suffered during the struggle either in jails or at interrogation centres. We are thankful to all those who joined that struggle but could not sustain state’s onslaughts and left it half-way. However, we regret those who left the path to gain political mileage.

Khalistani factions and personalities active in US, Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, France, Switzerland and many other places abroad are pillar of courage and support for us. Since the beginning of the struggle, witnessed enough bloodshed. We express ourcdeep regret for all innocents irrespective of his/her religion and class, who lost their lives during the course of Sikh war with India.

If someone died in Punjab just because he was not a Sikh, if some one had to leave Punjab just because he was not a Sikh and if someone had to wear a turban to conceal his identity to save his life, it is shame for all of us. But if a person is killed, his national honour is ruined and shrines are set ablaze outside Punjab just because he is a Sikh, then who would be shameful?

Today there is dire need to evaluate the past events in a serious and sympathetic manner. We regret killings of all those irrespective of religion, of those who were unconnected with the movement. We realize that like the international community, Punjabi Hindus too have developed misgivings about the Sikh struggle to which we are always prepared to address their concerns.

To this day, Punjab’s natural resources especially river waters are being robbed, legitimate rights and fundamental freedom denied. Except the Sikhs no other Punjabi is bothered. This bothers us. To save and protect the interests of Punjab, all Punjabis would have to put up a united front because Punjab belongs to all- Hindus, Muslims, Christians and Sikhs, who are its citizens.

To achieve Punjab’s sovereignty and freedom, unity amongst Punjabis is necessary. From the word freedom, we mean the same as Indians meant before 1947. Today situation is somewhat different. There is a sea change in the situation whether it’s world, India or Sikhs. Many Sikhs have perceived that Khalistan is a lost dream. There is an air of despondency all around but we would like to make it clear that such situation would not deter our resolve nor would it weaken our strength. Not because we are very brave but because we are realistic and fully prepared for prolonged struggle.

Notwithstanding our numbers, after performing Ardas at Akal Takht we declare: According to Sikh Guru’s ideals and principles, each person has equal rights to live, move forward and protects his/her religious and fundamental freedoms. Khalistan is our lifeline. We are entering into the next phase of the struggle with a difference that is to address all questions related to the existence of Khalistan and allay all misgivings and notions through open dialogue and deliberations. This will be beginning of new phase for both pro and anti-Khalistan people and elements.

Sticking to non-violent path, we urge the international community, Indian state and the Hindus of Punjab, let’s commit ourselves to keep the next phase of struggle peaceful. The spirit and ideal behind the martyrdom of Ninth Master Guru Teg Bahadur ji, who sacrificed his life for those beliefs and rituals in which he had no faith, will always enlighten our path and actions.

Released by:

Harchranjit Singh Dhami
Dal Khalsa

The message was read by Satnam Singh Paonta Sahib at Akal Takht on April 29, 2011. Its first copy was presented to Harpal Singh Cheema, general secretary of the SAD (Panch Pardani).

25th Anniversary of Khalistan Declaration Day {DAL KHALSA} - Sangat TV UK - 29.04.2011

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