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Dal Khalsa (UK) to hold conference on 11 December to mark World Human Rights Day

November 28, 2011 | By

London, England (November 28, 2011): Dal Khalsa UK is hosting a World Human Rights Conference on Sunday December 11th 2011 from 1 pm to 4 pm to mark World Human Rights Day.

There will be various guest speakers from all walks of life speaking at this event which will highlight the plight of the Sikh Nation and Others who are being oppressed by India under the policy of crushing minorities while the Hindutva Elite hold on to power, Manmohan Singh Khalsa of Dal Khalsa UK informed Sikh Siyasat Network.

As of the last few weeks Panjab and the Sikh Nation have seen a sharp rise in Hindu extremism against Sikhs across Panjab. From an attempted attack on Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara – by Hindutva Terrorists who were helped by the Police & Govt agencies to carry out the attack which failed miserably,Cash Rewards being offered by RSS/ShivSena Hindu Terrorists for the heads of Sikhs to Sikhs being attacked in Amritsar & other Cities & Villages by Hindu Fanatics of the BJP/RSS & Police,old & young had their Turbans & Kirpans removed & were caged like animals even after being beaten unconscious all this for being Sikhs & for Speaking out for their rights, he added.

This happened to the chants of ‘ Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ by the Hindu Terrorists in front of the Media which refused to cover the incidents the only footage we have is from Sikhs who risked their lives to show the World what is happening.

He further informed that all these Human Rights violations & others would be examined, analyzed and exposed to the World,all are welcome to attend & if you would like to speak please post on the wall so we can put your name down on the list of speakers.

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