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Indian Govt. Complains with Canadian Authorities Against Khalsa Day Parade (Surrey): Media Reports

Indian High Commission in Canadian capital Ottawa has lodged a "formal complaint" to Global Affairs-Canada regarding the Khalsa Day Parade organised by Canadian Sikh diaspora last week.

Massive Sikh gathering in New York demands separation of Punjab from India: Sikhs For Justice

More than 50,000 men Sikh men and women -- many of them carrying Khalistan banners -- paraded in rain-swept New York City on Saturday to reaffirm their demand for a sovereign Sikh state.

Sikhs For Justice files $1 Million Defamation Case against Capt. Amarinder Singh in Canada

A defamation law suit has been filed against Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh in Canada by Sikhs For Justice.

SFJ Files Complaint with UN Against Badals, Punjab DGP For Blocking Nov. 10 Sikh Gathering

Sikh activists from North America and Europe have jointly filed a complaint with the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) against Punjab government's denial of permission to hold November 10, 2016 gathering at Talwandi Sabo (Bathinda) named as: "Sarbat Khalsa 2016" by the organizers and retaliatory crackdown on Sikhs in Punjab.

Save Punjab Rally in NY: Protest outside United Nations’ headquarters over India-Pakistan tensions

Several activists belonging to the Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) held a protest outside the United Nations headquarters in New York to raise their concerns over the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan and its impact on the lives of the people in Punjab.

White House Responds to Khalistan Petition But Refuse to Comment on “Specific Policy Issue”

The White House has responded to a petition titled: "August 15th is NOT Independence Day For Sikhs. SUPPORT the Liberation of Indian Occupied Punjab to Create KHALISTAN".

Arvind Kejriwal may skip Canada trip to avoid Controversy: Media Report

As per media reports Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal may skip his proposed trip to Canada in order to avoid any controversy before Punjab elections 2017.

AAP Punjab Convener Gurpreet Ghuggi Faces Protest in Californa: SFJ

According to a written press release issued by the Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) the Aam Aadmi Party Punjab Convener Gurpreet Ghuggi faced protests and wrath of the SFJ activists for his statement allegedly comparing the Panj Pyaras with his party leaders from Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

Exclusive Report On LFHRI’s Fact Finding Report on Custodial Torture of Sikh Youth by Punjab Police

Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) yesterday (on August 23) released a fact-finding report on brutal torture of Jaspreet Singh Jassa by Punjab police belonging to Hoshiarpur district.

Fact Finding Report on Brutal Torture of Jaspreet Singh Jassa by Punjab Police [Full Report]

Chandigarh: Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) yesterday (on August 23) released a fact-finding report on brutal torture of Jaspreet Singh Jassa by Punjab police ...

Police used third degree torture on Hoshiarpur youth Jaspreet Singh: alleges Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa was highly critical of the police for using third degree torture on Jaspreet Singh Jassa arrested along with two other youths under various charges in the first week of August.

SFJ want Canada to arrest visiting Punjab SSP Charanjit Sharma for Killing of Sikhs in Behbal Kalan

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) want Canada to arrest visiting Punjab SSP Charanjit Sharma for Killing of Sikhs in Behbal Kalan, Kotkapura, Punjab.

Sikhs For Justice To Provide Legal Defense To “Referendum Campaigners” Charged With Terrorism

US based human rights group “Sikhs For Justice” (SFJ) while reiterating its commitment to continue campaign for “Punjab Independence” through democratic and peaceful means refuted Indian Police’s allegations of terrorisms against Sikh activists campaigning for “Referendum 2020”.

Punjab Police books diaspora Sikh activists under UAPA; Three locals arrested from Hoshiarpur district

The Punjab Police have reportedly arrested three persons from Hoshiarpur district of Punjab alleging that they were linked to Pakistan’sInter-Services Intelligence (ISI) .

Sikh group calls for Boycott of India’s Independence Day on August 15

All India Sikh Students Federation (Peer Mohammad) has called upon the Sikh nation to boycott “Indian Tricolor” on August 15th because Art. 25 of Constitution label Sikhs as Hindus and the continuous denial of justice to the 1984 Sikh Genocide victims.

Sikh group files $ 1 million defamation suit against Capt. Amarinder in Canada

Rights body Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), which had earlier managed to block Punjab Congress president captain Amarinder Singh's canvassing among Punjabi NRIs in Canada for ensuing Punjab assembly election by filing a complaint with Canadian authorities, has now filed a defamation suit of one million dollars against him in Canada for linking the body to Pakistan's ISI.

Capt. Amarinder seeks revision of socalled Blacklist of Sikhs; Renews allegations against SFJ

Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Capt Amarinder Singh has suggested that the ‘blacklist’ of the Sikh living in various countries should be revised. He said that all those who went abroad for “political asylum” were not (alleged) "anti-national" and further maintained that "most of them were actually the job seekers".

Video: Canadian Court summons served to Capt. Amarinder Singh in USA

While Capt Amarinder was addressing an NRI gathering in Bay area California, "Sikhs For Justice" (SFJ) served him with notice of intended "defamation law suit" under Canadian laws for accusing the human rights group of playing into the hands of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI.

ISI-link Remark: Captain Amarinder Served With Canadian “Defamation Lawsuit” Notice By SFJ

As per a press release by the Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), Capt. Amarinder Singh was served with summons of a Canadian court in a defamation law suit.

Shoes hurled at Capt. Amarinder Singh in Fresno, California; Khalistan slogans raised

As per media reports shoes and bottles were hurled at former Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh during a gathering in Fresno, California yesterday.

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