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Why India Attacked Sikhs in June 1984? What Were Reasons Behind 1984 Attacks on Sikhs?

  In June 1984, Indian forces attacked Darbar Sahib, Amritsar and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and adjoining states. Speaking at a Shaheedi Samagam on ...

UK Defends Secrecy Over Documents Related To June 1984 Attack On Darbar Sahib

During the first day of the three-days proceedings at the First-tier tribunal, it seemed that the United Kingdom was trying tooth and nail to suppress and protect the documents

Rare Sikh Manuscripts Of Sik Reference Library To Be Digitised, Will Be Available Online

Now the rare Sikh manuscripts, documents, articles and literature that are enhancing the grace of Sikh reference library will soon be available just a just a click away

SGPC Renovates Headquarter, Preserves Bullet Marks From June 1984 Attack

The Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) in its first renovation of its headquarter building ever since the Indian Army's invasion

Declassify Records Related To June 1984 Military Attack On Darbar Sahib & November 1984 Sikh Genocide: Subramanian Swamy

Hindutva leaning MP of Rajya Sabha Subramaniam Swamy has moved a resolution in the Indian parliament, terming the military invasion of Darbar Sahib complex "deeply

Kar Sewa For Shaheedi Gallery Begins, May Figure Portraits Of The Sangat Killed By Indian Army

The Damdami Takhsal has its boots up to start up with the 'Kar Sewa'  (voluntary service) for  setting up a Shaheedi (martyrs) gallery at the June 1984 Indian army's

Who Ordered Military Attack on Darbar Sahib ? Ministries Are Silent

Despite routine demand over the years to make documents related to attack on Darbar Sahib complex public, the Union cabinet secretariat, home ministry and

Sikh Activists Hold ‘Sikh Genocide Remembrance March’ in Amritsar; Calls For Amritsar Shut Down On 6 June

Pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa took out a Genocide Remembrance Parade on the streets of holy city displaying photographs of damaged Akal Takht Sahib and Sikh martyrs

SAD (Mann) Criticises Dal Khalsa For Bandh Call, Praises SGPC Chief For Collective Samagam

The Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) chief Simranjit Singh Mann today criticised pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa for calling ‘Amritsar Bandh’ on 6 June.

Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara Welcomes Unity Move on June 1984 Ghallughara Samagam

Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara today welcomed SGPC and various Sikh groups' move to bring in unity and work hand in hand on the issue of observing June 1984 Ghallughara Samagam.

Return Rare Sikh Manuscripts Looted During The Army Invasion Of Darbar Sahib : Dr Dharamvir Gandhi

As per the media reports former Aam Adami party (AAP) leader and member of parliament from Patiala Dr Dharamvir Gandhi here on Monday, has sought return of rare Sikh manuscripts,

KPS Gill

KPS Gill is Frankenstein monster not paramount officer says Dal Khalsa

Amritsar, Punjab (November 2, 2013): In a strong reaction to the reported clean chit by former DGP Punjab KPS Gill to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on his involvement in the anti-Muslim carnage of 2002, Dal Khalsa denounced the sympathetic tone of KPS Gill as the “devil quoting scriptures”.

KPS Gill

Indira was wrongly advised on Bluestar, says KPS Gill; Blames PMO, but takes no names in his biography Gives clean chit to Army

Chandigarh/ Punjab (November 1, 2013): Named as “butcher of Punjab” by many human rights organization, Punjab police former Punjab police chief KPS Gill has blamed former Prime Minister Office (PMO) to ‘wrongly advise’ Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India, that attack on Darbar Sahib was the ‘only option’ to ‘control the situation’. In his statement he has attempted to absolve Indira Gandhi from liability of the attack that had led to her assassination on October 31, 2013.

It was an assassination bid, says Kuldip Brar

Ludhiana/Punjab (October 02, 2012): According to media reports Kuldip Brar, former Lt Gen. of Indian Army who had led armed attack on Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar in June 1984, has survived the attack. He was reportedly attacked by four persons in London. He sustained injuries on his neck and face, believed to have been caused with a knife.

High court quashed Sedition charges against Sikh leaders in June 2005 Case

Chandigarh, Punjab/India (October 02, 2012): Punjab and Haryana high court on Monday (October 01, 2012) quashed the sedition charges against 21 leaders and activists of the Dal Khalsa who were booked in June 2005 for raising slogans in favour of 'Khalistan' on the eve of anniversary of army attack on Sri Darbar Sahib also called Operation Bluestar.

Kuldip Brar stabbed in London; Former Lt. Gen of Indian army had led attack on Darbar Sahib in June 1984

Ludhiana/Punjab (October 01, 2012): According to media reports, retired Lt. General of Indian Army Kuldip Singh Brar, who had led armed attack on Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar has been stabbed in London. K. S. Brar was one of the Indian army officers who had led attack on Sri Darbar Sahib in June 1984, in which thousands of innocent Sikh pilgrims were massacred as Indian army used heavy armour and tanks to destroy Sri Akal Takhat Sahib.

SGPC’s committee submits report for construction of memorial for Ghallughara June 1984

Amritsar, Punjab (December 02, 2011): A committee constituted by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) is reported to have finalized the palace to build a memorial for attack on Darbar Sahib, Amritsar (also called the Golden Temple of Sri Amritsar) by Indian Army in June 1984, which was code-named by Indian State as "Operation Blue Star".

Advani faces protests in Punjab

Amritsar (November 15, 2011): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani continued to face angry protests on the third day of his Jan Chetna Yatra ...

Former RAW officials claim regarding death of Sant Bhindranwale contested by eye-witness

Jalandhar (September 01, 2007): Baba Joginder Singh ‘Bai’ , who claims to be close confident of late Sikh Martyr Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale Saturday contested the claim by a former RAW officer Gurdev Singh Garewal, who in his book named ‘Secret Eye’ has stated that Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale was shot dead from point blank range by the Indian army during operation blue star.