June 4, 2017 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
London: The Federation of Sikh Organisations (FSO) has issued following update on June 1984 remembrance rally at Trafalgar Square after the late Saturday night attack in London:
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
Having discussed arrangements for the Remembrance and Freedom event with the Metropolitan Police last night and this morning we have come to the mutual decision that the event TODAY (Sunday 4 June) WILL CONTINUE.
This sends a STRONG message to all terrorists that they will NEVER STOP us remembering the tens of thousands of Sikhs who lost their lives in 1984.
It will also be an opportunity to remember and to stand shoulder to shoulder with the innocents killed and injured in the last few weeks in Manchester and London.
In recognition of the policing and security situation we have DECIDED that the event will be a static event in Trafalgar Square until 4.30pm. All coaches and those travelling by public transport should go directly to Trafalgar Square (nearest tube stations – Charring Cross/Embankment).
We are negotiating the best drop off points for coaches for Trafalgar Square. Probably Pall Mall and Pall Mall East.
– Federation of Sikh Organisations