In a late night action on intervening night of Feb. 27 and 28, the Ferozepur Police arrested 18 Sikhs in relation to dera Sauda Sirsa controversy. The arrested persons also include two minors.
A day after the clash between followers of Dera Sacha Sauda and Sikh sangat at Mallanwala in Ferozepur district, the police booked Sikh preacher Baba Dilbagh Singh of Ek-Noor Khalsa Fauj and 70 unidentified people.
Acting Jathedars- Bhai Dhaian Singh Mand, Bhai Baljeet Singh Daduwal and Bhai Amrik Singh Ajnala today announced to "excommunicate" Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) leader Sikandar Maluka and two others- namely Satnam Singh and Major Singh from the Sikh Panth.
In an open violation of Akal Takht Sahib 2007 'Hukumnama', the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) leaders have reportedly declared to facilitate event of Dera Sauda Sirsa chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim in Punjab.
As per the media reports the appointed jathedars of November 2015 panthic gathering Dhian Singh Mand, Baljit Singh Daduwal and Amrik Singh Ajnala
The investigating panel that was set up to probe the blasphemy charges leveled against Punjab Cabinet Minister Sikander Maluke has today submitted its report
Sikh council a UK based Sikh body has vehmently critized the the offensive distortion of the Sikh Ardas at a function in Bathinda’s Rampura Phul constituency
Acting Jathedars have summoned Punjab minister and Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) leader Sikandar Maluka for accommodating Hindutva elements who distorted the Sikh Ardas during a function of SAD (Badal) and BJP at Rampura Phul on December 26.
The recitation of alleged Hindu prayer, a counterfeit version of the Sikh Ardas, at the inauguration of poll office of Punjab rural development minister Sikandar Maluka on Monday at Rampura Phul town of Bathinda has created a controversy.
Baba Hardeep Singh of Mehraj village in Rampura Phul has filed a police complaint (copy available with the Sikh Siyasat News) and has demanded registration of a police case against Sikandar Maluka for hurting the religious sentiments of Sikhs.
S. Jarnail Sing Hamirgarh, who had allegedly assaulted Punjab Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Sikandar Maluka on November 20, was released from Bathinda jail yesterday.
Bapu Jarnail Singh Hamirgarh, 65, who had assaulted Punjab minister Sikandar Maluka during a public function at Harmigarh village in Bathinda few days ago, has reprotedly narrated a terrible story of his beating by Youth Brigade of the ruling party.
Punjab’s Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Sikandar Singh Maluka yesterday rejected media reports that he was slapped by Jarnail Singh Khalsa in Hamirgarh village on Friday (Nov. 20).
S. Jarnail Singh Harmirgarh, who had slapped Punjab Minister Mr. Sikandar Maluka on November 20, 2015 recalls the slapping incident
As per information available with the Sikh Siysat News (SSN), S. Jarnail Singh, elderly resident of Hamirpur village in Bathinda, was badly beaten up after he had slapped hard Punjab’s Panchayat Minister Sikandar Maluka during a meeting of ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) in Hamirpur village. He was admitted to Faridkot medical college and hospital at around 10 pm under unconscious state.
Punjab’s Panchayat Minister Sikandar Maluka reportedly received a heavy hand from a person named Jarnail Singh at Hamirgarh village in Bathinda district.
Two days after ruckus at a Punjab minister’s stone-laying ceremony at Khokhar village near Rampura, a similar incident was reported at Kothaguru village.
A gun fire that reportedly went off from a Scorpio car in Sikandar Maluka's 'kafila' has turned to be a mystery.