Jalandhar/Amritsar, Punjab (December 27, 2012): It is learnt that Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar), Khalsa Action Committee, Dal Khalsa and some other Sikh groups have condemned the arrest of Sikh preacher Baba Baljeet Singh Daduwal. The organizations have reportedly warned the governments of Punjab and Haryana of an agitation if Baba Daduwal was not released.
Amritsar, Punjab (November 26, 2012): Human rights activist Dr Binayak Sen was honoured by the SGPC and Sikh groups at Information Centre of the Darbar Sahib, Amritsar on November 25, 2012.
Jalandhar/Punjab (September 24, 2012): Various Social, Political, Religious and Human Rights Organizations of Punjab have jointly condemned the arrest of Sikh leaders Bhai Kulbir Singh Barapind (President of Akali Dal Panch Pardhani) and Bhai Daljit Singh Bittu (Former President of ADPP). Both leaders were arrested by Punjab police for waging war against the Indian state and notorious “Unlawful Activities (P) Act” was also lashed against them besides various other laws.
Beas/Rayya, Punjab (September 02, 2012): More than a thousand Sikhs gathered to attend Ardas samagam at Village Waraich near Beas where Dera Radha Swami management had destroyed the Gurudwara Baba Jeevan Singh to fulfil their ominous desire of expansion of dera.
Amritsar (August 02, 2012): The Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar, Khalsa Action Committee and Panthic Sewa Lehar have rejected Akal Takht Jathedar Singh Sahib Giani Gurbachan Singh’s clean chit to Dera Radha Soami Beas on the issue of Gurdwara Waraich and have resented a warning issued by him to panthic groups in this regard.
Amritsar (June 20, 2012): The Sikh groups took serious view of the derogatory remarks published in the autobiography of veteran journalist Kuldeep Nayar and asked him to clear all false accusations within one weeks time, failing which they would be forced to write to Punjab government seeking ban on his book and also resorting to street protests.
Amritsar, Punjab (July 18, 2012): Hard times seem to be far from being over for Journalist Kuldip Nayar. Sikh organizations have took exception to the contents of the apology issued on behalf of Kuldip Nayar stating that the objectionable parts of his controversial autobiography shall be removed in the next edition.
Amritsar (July 17, 2012): Bhai Mohkam Singh convenor of Khalsa Action Committee has renewed his call to various Sikh organizations and personalities to attend 20 July meeting, to be held at Bhai Gurdas Hall Amritsar, to discuss the issue of vilified propaganda against Sikh personalities and organizations in Kuldip Nayar's auto-biography.
Amritsar, Punjab (July 14, 2012): The Khalsa action Committee (KAC) has convened a meeting to discuss the issue of Journalist Kuldip Nayar's controversial autobiography ‘Beyond the Lines’, in which he made any baseless and highly controversial claims regarding respectable Sikh personalities and organizations.
Amritsar, Punjab (13 April, 2012): Bhai Mohkam Singh, former Damdami Taksal Spokesperson and Convener of Khalsa Action Committee and #Sikh preacher Baba Baljeet Singh Daduwal were released from different jails of Punjab yesterday. Some other Sikh activists were also released. They were kept under so-called "preventive detention" since 28 and 29 March, 2012.
Jalandhar, Punjab (December 17, 2011): As per media reports a number of Sikh organizations have announced to stage a dharna outside the BJP head office ...
Ludhiana, Punjab (November 22, 2011): Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandhak Committee has once again come under strong criticism by Sikh organizations. Dal Khalsa today asked the SGPC to shed its double standards and stop Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal for violating the established religious norms and Sikh maryada during the inauguration of the Khalsa Heritage Complex at Anandpur Sahib on November 25.
Jalandhar (May 27, 2011): Various Sikh groups today joined hands to hand over ultimatum to SGPC to lay down the foundation stone of June 1984 memorial before June 6 lest the Sikh Sangat would do so on its own and the date for the same would be announced on 6th at Akal Takht.
Ludhiana, PUNJAB (March 30, 2011): In a disturbing incident in Mohali, a young Sikh man’s turban was forcibly removed in broad day light by a police officer on the orders of another senior officer of Punjab Police. The incident proves that SAD (Badal) have not only failed to protect the dignity of Sikh articles of faith but they are also engaged in intentional desecration of Sikh turban.
Amritsar (March 24, 2011): Taking exception to the visit of the Congress President Captain Amrinder Singh to Dera Sirsa to seek "blessings" from Gurmit Ram Rahim in view of the impending assembly elections, the Dal Khalsa, Khalsa Action Committee and SAD (Panch Pardani) has asked the Sikh electorate to take notice of it.
Amritsar (March 16, 2011): Expressing their grave concern over the custodial death of Sohan Singh in Amritsar interrogation centre, the leaders of the Khalsa Action Committee Mohkam Singh, Gurtej Singh, Kanwar Pal Singh, Harpal Singh Cheema said the police was still practicing the old brute methods of custodial torture and illegal arrests.
Chanigarh (February 22, 2011): The Sikh organizations under the aegis of the Khalsa Action Committee on Monday submitted a memorendum Bhupinder Singh Hooda Chief Minister of Haryana regarding anti-Sikh carnage and mayhem at village Hond Chillarh on 2 November 1984.
(February 04, 2011): Five Sikh bodies namely Khalsa Action Committee, Dal Khalsa, AISSF, SAD (Panch Pardani) and Sikh Students Federation today asked the Shiromani Akali Dal leadership to sack former DGP Izhar Alam and ex-SP Surjit Singh from the primary membership of the Shiromani Akali Dal as both were responsible for killings of 4 youths 25 years ago on this day.
Ludhiana (November 3, 2010): Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), a US based human rights advocacy group, through a statement sent to SikhSiyasat Network, has strongly condemned, the illegal detention of Sikh leaders
Amritsar/Ludhiana (November 3, 2010): Schedules of several trains across Punjab have gone awry in the wake of various Sikh organizations joining hands for a state-wide shutdown. Trains such as the Amritsar Shatabdi, Garib Rath and the Jammu Mail are among the trains running hours behind schedule.Next Page »