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Dal Khalsa Appreciates SGPC’s Move To Install Paintings Depicting November 1984 Pogrom

November 7, 2017 | By

Chandigarh: The pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa on Monday welcomed the SGPC decision to put up  the pictures and paintings depicting violence unleashed on the Sikhs sponsored and conspired by then Indian political leadership and executed by frenzied mobs in Nov 1984 in Delhi and elsewhere.

Sikh Genocide 1984 Portrait.

SGPC took this decision in its executive meeting at Patiala on the demand raised by Dal Khalsa. We are thankful to SGPC president, Secretary and executive committee for responding to our plea positively, that too so quickly, said party spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh.

Notably, Dal Khalsa in a memorandum submitted to SGPC last week demanded that paintings and pictures depicting the Nov 1984 genocide be put up in the Sikh Central Museum, lest the coming generations forget the tragic event.

In a memo, Dal Khalsa leaders said the Sikh Central museum has paintings and pictures depicting atrocities perpetrated by Mughal emperors and British rulers of the last century. On the same pattern, we request SGPC to put up paintings and pictures showing barbarism of Indian leaders and Indian state terrorism of present times.

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