November 3, 2013 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Jalandhar, Punjab (November 3, 2013) Two days back, on Nov. 1, thousands gathered at Jalandhar to participate in “Freedom and Justice March” organized by the Akali Dal Panch Pardhani (ADPP) and Dal Khalsa to commemorate the 29th anniversary of the Sikh genocide 1984. March was largely attended by the Sikh youth from Jalandhar and neighboring towns.
Speaking on the occasion Dal Khalsa president Bhai Harcharanjeet Singh Dhami said that after the “Ghallughara” (holocaust) of June and November 1984, ‘justice’, for the Sikhs, means the freedom. He said that Sikh nation was committed to exercise their right to self-determination.
He said that the Sikhs were politically subjugated in India and they can’t get any justice in India.
“Asin gulami de ehsas ate Azadi di taangh vich jeena hai” (we are to live with the feeling of slavery and in expectation of the freedom), said Bhai Harcharanjeet Singh Dhami.
He said that the next generation of Sikhs must understand that there won’t be any justice for the Sikhs unless they attain freedom.
During the march the Sikh youth thundered the sky with the slogans of “Azadi, Azadi, Azadi” (freedom, freedom, freedom).
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