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Saturday, 15 August 2015

Sikhs Protest At Indian High Commission London 15th August 2015

Sikhs gathered outside the High Commission of India,India House in Central London to protest on the 15th of August 2015.The protest was held in support of Bapu Surat Singh Ji Khalsa who has been on hunger strike for over 200 days to release Sikh Political Prisoners jailed in Hindutva India who have completed their sentences.The demonstration was also to mark the 15th of August known as a black day for Sikhs,for this was the day Sikhs became enslaved under Hindutva India after Panjab the Sikh homeland was split in to two during the partition of British India in to Pakistan & India.Protesting against the Sikh Genocide & contiuned human rights abuses against Sikhs in Hindutva India Sikhs raised slogans of Panjab banega Khalistan,Khalistan Zindabad,India out of Khalistan & Bapu Surat Singh teri soch teh pehra dyageh tokh keh.As well as Sikhs a large number of Kashmiri activists demonstrated in the joint demonstration for the freedom of Kashmir & various leaders such as Lord Nazir Ahmed spoke about how Hindutva India continues to oppress Kashmiris,Sikhs & other minorities within Hindutva India.

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Thursday, 13 August 2015

15th August Black Day For Sikhs

Khalistan Freedom Rally Dal Khalsa & Sikh Youth Of Panjab 13th August 2015

Dal Khalsa Khalistan March 13th August 2015 Pics

A convention “ AZADI  The only way “ was held today at Gurdwara Sri Guru Teg Bahadur, by Dal Khalsa followed by road march .  Asserting that the Self-determination is the right of every nationality, the Dal Khalsa leaders  said the Indian leadership must allow referendum in Punjab.  If the people of the state decide otherwise, we will accept the verdict.
The  speakers claimed that the right to secede was recognised by the Geneva Convention. Many countries have attained independence through plebiscite. It is not unconstitutional.

  Dal Khalsa gave a call through a resolution to the people of Punjab, particularly Sikh community, to boycott the Aug 15 celebrations as the political system of the country has denied the Sikhs their fundamental rights, freedom, and crushed their aspirations with might. The Govt. has always found police solution to Punjab's political problem. Hence, the Sikhs should boycott Aug 15 and observe the day as BLACK DAY.
In another resolution the gathering resolved to establish sovereign and independent Punjab by adhering to International norms and laws.

On the issue of Sikh Political prisoners languishing in jails the gathering unanimously condemned the attitude and high handedness  of Punjab Govt. The release of Assemanand and Maya Codnani on bail  who were convicted  for much  more heinous crimes proves that there are different set of rules for different communities.

Speaking on the occasion party head H S Dhami said the existence of the Sikh nation, recognition of its distinct sovereignty and identity is non-negotiable and must be secured at all cost.
Expressing  Dal Khalsa’s view on devolution of powers as sought by Akali Dal and other regional parties, he said "Hindutva Indian state is not going to do so. On the contrary opposite is happening. The state is centralizing more and more power, and it is becoming more and more Hindu in character. The process has expedited under Narendra Modi’s regime, The  transformation is towards more centralization and saffronization . "In that context to ask for devolution by Akali Dal or any other regional party, is ridiculous. It would mean that we haven’t learnt anything from history”.
Prabhjot Singh a Sikh Scholar and youth leader spoke in detail about the distinct identity of  Sikh Nation.  He stressed that  it is must  for them to achieve independence for its survival.

Dr. Manjinder Singh Gen Secretary dismissed  the notion that the militant groups were in any way a justification for the state's repression against the Sikh nation.
"In case the militant groups were the problem, there is no militant group today. But 20 years down the road, the Sikhs still   continue to face state’s onslaughts and discriminative policies, he said.
"As far as the international community is concerned, They know exactly what's happening to the Sikh people in Punjab. The only   consideration  for them is whether it is in their interest to intervene to stop rights violations of Sikhs or maintain silence for business concerns.
He observed that settling of Non-Punjabi Immigrants  in Sikh homeland Punjab, have traditionally been state aided colonisation projects.  Their settlements are being  done in a systematic way aiming to change the demography of Punjab.

Satnam Singh Paonta Speaking on the participation in the electoral process of the country, said that  Dal Khalsa strongly believes that the Indian electoral exercise is an illusion. We will not contest elections under the Indian dispensation. Dal Khalsa affirms that its members, supporters and well-wishers will not participate in this electoral façade of democracy in India.
The promises of high profile Hindu leaders of “an area where Sikhs can feel the glow of freedom”, “Sikhs may use the Kirpan if they are let down”, to language-based states and then to the Rajiv-Longowal sham accord, followed not by implementation but killings of Sikh youth in fake encounters and their enforced disappearances are all part of the shameful track record of the Hindutva Indian polity vis-à-vis Sikhs.

The litany of broken promises and injustices is endless. This long story has rendered us homeless, hapless and hopeless. How does Sikhs see hope in elections?
Sarbjit Singh Ghuman affirming the commitment for Sikh Nations independence said that Reforms and development cannot be a substitute for independence. To the real Sikh polity, the challenge is not development, but self-determination,in the form of Khalistan.

 Others who spoke on the occasion were S. Kulbir Singh Barapind president Akali Dal Panch Pradhani . ParamJit Singh President Sikh Youth Of Punjab,
The Convention was followed by road march which  concluded at Guru Nanak Mission Chowk. Sikh youth participating  in great  numbers were holding banners and play cards depicting the pictures of Shaheed Sant Jarnail Singh JI Khalsa Bhindranwale and Bhai  Gajinder Singh. They were raising slogans in favor of Azadi & Khalistan
The main participants were Ranbir Singh, Nobaljit Singh ,Manjit Singh , Gurmeet Singh,Kuldeep Singh,Kulwant Singh,Gurdeep Singh,Jagjit Singh Khosa Pics are below

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