November 2, 2009 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Ludhiana (November 2, 2009): All Panthic organizations are united to observe complete Punjab Bandh on 3 November, 2009 to show the protest of Sikh Nation against November 1984 Genocide. Bhai Harcharanjit Singh Dhami told SikhSiyasat Network over phone that a meeting was held at Jalandhar yesterday which was attended by many representatives of Panthic organization and action plan to secure peaceful Punjab bandh has been chalked. ‘Punjab Bandh call given by Dal Khalsa and Khalsa Action committee is accepted as a common decision by whole Panth and all stand united on this matter’ he added. As per our reports yesterday’s meetings was attended by representatives of Dal Khalsa, Khalsa Action Committee, Shiromani Akali Dal (Panch Pardhani), Sikh Students Federation, Sikh Youth Federation and Sikh Youth of Punjab. Bhai Harcharnjit Singh Dhami, Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema, Bhai Mohkam Singh, Kanwarpal Singh Bittu, Parmjit Singh Gazi, Sarabjeet Singh Ghumaan, Balwant Singh Gopala and Gurpreet Singh Mann were prominent among those attending the meeting held at Jalandhar yesterday.
Meanwhile there are reports that many other organizations have also extended their support for this cause. Chief Khalsa Diwan, Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar), Peermohammad, Grewal, Mehta, and Bhoma groups of All India Sikh Students Federation, Akhand Kirtani Jatha, various factions of Damdami Taksal are prominent among those organizations whose support has already been reported by the Press.
It is strange that SGPC and Badal Dal have not issued any version regarding this cause.
On the other hand Indian agencies and a section of media is trying to create terror among people of Punjab. ‘Baseless stories regarding so-called terror attacks are published by a section of Indian print media to terrorize the people of Punjab as they are frustrated over overwhelming response given to Punjab bandh call by people of Punjab.’ said Parmjeet Singh Gazi, President of Sikh Students Federation in statement. ‘Media is trying to popularize baseless stories with reference to so-called ‘sources’ and secrete intelligence reports.’ he added. It is learnt that a Punjabi Newspaper named Jag Bani has published a report yesterday that IB (Intelligence Bureau) in one of its’ secret report sent to Home Ministry has feared a (so-called) terrorist attack on the eve of Punjab Bandh on November 3, 2009. SSF president asked that how the facts reported directly to Home ministry by India’s main secret intelligence agency are known to reporter of a local Punjabi newspaper? He said that it is a conspiracy hatched between media doing embedded journalism and Indian agencies to terrorize the people of Punjab.
March by AISSF
Ludhiana (November 2, 2009): As per news reports published by various dailies in Punjab it is learnt that AISSF (Peermohammad) has organized a Justice March from Gurudwara Bangla Sahib to Jantar Mandar in Delhi, the capital of India. Activists of AISSF and family members of Sikhs massacred in November 1984 in Delhi and many other major cities throughout India held a protest at jantar mantar. ‘Thousands of Sikhs were massacred in 110 cities of India in a systematic and organised manner, and justice (has) not only been delayed (but) it has been denied,’ Karnail Singh Peermohammed, head of AISSF is reported to have said.
SAD (Amritsar) tendered memorandum
Ludhiana (November 2, 2009): As per newspaper reports published yesterday it is learnt that Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) led by S. Simranjeet Singh Mann has tendered a memorandum to a representative of Indian Government demanding installation of a torch in the memory of innocent Sikhs killed in November 1984 after assassination of Indra Gandhi. Indra Gandhi was responsible for ordering attack on Sri Darbar Sahib, Sri Amritsar in June 1984 and she was done to justice by Shaheed Biant Singh and Satwant Singh on 31st October, 1984.
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Related Topics: 1984 Sikh Genocide, Dal Khalsa, November 1984, Panch Pardhani