March 12, 2018 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
London: Federation of Sikh Organisations (FSO) UK has resolved to protest against the Indian state during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to England. It is notable that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit England from April 17th till April 21st.
A special meeting of Federation of Sikh Organisations, an umbrella body of pro-freedom Sikh groups in England, was held at Gurdwara Singh Sabha in Coventry on Sunday (March 11).
The meeting was attended by Sikh Federation UK chair Amrik Singh Gill, Kuldeep Singh Chahal, Inder Singh Dallewal, Joga Singh, Hardeep Singh, Balveer Singh, Dabinderjeet Singh, Balvinder Singh (Wolverhampton), Gurcharan Singh and Avtar Singh Sanghera.
In a written statement issued in Gurmukhi (Panjabi), the FSO leaders also criticized the role played by the Indian media during Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s visit to Sikh homeland Punjab.
FSO has issued an appeal to the Sikh Sangat and England based diaspora groups of other nationalities facing repression in India to protest against the Indian state during Narendra Modi’s visit.