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How Gurmeet Ram Rahim Escaped in Salabatpura Case? Role of Punjab Police & State Government

Burj Jawahar Singh Wala case is not the first case in which DSS chief is named by the Punjab police. He was earlier named by the state police in 2007 ‘Salabatpura case’.

Strong Protest in California Against India’s Citizenship Amendment Act

Over 200 people gathered in Northern California on December 15 to protest a controversial new citizenship law in Indian subcontinent which is sending shockwaves across that region.

Dal Khalsa Comes Out in Support of Jamia and AMU Students: Seeks Explanation from Amit Shah on Police Brutality

Accusing the Delhi police for unleashing violence on Jamia students, the Dal khalsa extended its support and solidarity with protesters and their cause.

Sikh Group Condemns RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat for ‘Hindu Rashtra’ Speech

Dal Khalsa leaders Hardeep Singh Mehraj and Paramjeet Singh Tanda declared "Punjab will oppose such sinister designs of RSS and won't become part of Hindu rashtra".

Utterances by Pro-Hindi Imperialism Speakers on ‘Hindi Day’ Backfires in Punjab; Spark Protests Across the State

The issue of languages in the Indian subcontinent is a sensitive and important political question. As the Hindutva nationalist are trying to impose their agenda of linguistic homogeneity and hegemonic imposition of Hindi in the Indian subcontinent, the language is expected to take prominence and spark unrest amongst various linguistic and cultural groups.

Sikh Bodies Hold Protest and Demand Release of Political Prisoners

On the first day of 2019, the Dal Khalsa and the Sikh Youth of Punjab staged a protest demanding release of Sikh political prisoners confined in Indian jails despite having completed minimum mandatory terms of their sentences.

Dal Khalsa Leader Hardeep Singh Mehraj, Two Others Acquitted in Case Filed by Dera Sauda Followers

A sessions court here yesterday (Oct. 3) acquitted Dal Khalsa leader Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj and others in a 9 years old case. The case was registered u/s 342, 323, 332, 353, 186, 427 and 149 IPC on 4 October 2009 on the complaint of Dera Sauda Sirsa (DSS) followers Satpal and Sham Lal.

Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj and Lakha Sidhana Sent to Judicial Custody Till June 6

Dal Khalsa vice-president Hardeep Singh Mehraj and Malwa Youth Federation leader Lakha Sidhana were produced in the court of judicial magistrate 1st Class (JMIC) Amandeep Singh at Talwandi Sabo on Friday (May 25). The court sent them to judicial remand till June 6.

Police Arrests Malwa Youth Federation Leader for Protesting Against Marginalisation of Punjabi Language

The Bathinda district police on Tuesday (October 31) arrested Malwa Youth Federation chief Lakhbir Singh alias Lakha Sidhana in relation to case registered for smudging Hindi and English signboards on the BathindaFaridkot road.

Punjab Police hold raids to arrest activists who raised concerns for Punjabi language

Chandigarh/ Bathinda: The Punjab police belonging to Nehianwala police station reportedly conducted raids to arrest Dal Khalsa leader Bhai Hardeep Singh Mehraj and youth activist ...

Campaign for Punjabi: Hindi & English Sign Boards Black Painted; Case Registered at Nehianwala police station

Activists of various organisations yesterday undertook a massive drive to black paint Hindi and English signboards on Banthida-Faridkot Highway in order to highlight their demand seeking prominence to the Punjabi language. The protesters smudged signboards on about 25km stretch of NH-15.

Distortion of Sikh Ardas by Hindutva elements: Copy of Police Complaint Against Sikandar Maluka

The recitation of alleged Hindu prayer, a counterfeit version of the Sikh Ardas, at the inauguration of poll office of Punjab rural development minister Sikandar Maluka on Monday at Rampura Phul town of Bathinda has created a controversy.

Police Complaint Filed Against Sikandar Maluka at Rampura Phul over Distortion of Ardas

Baba Hardeep Singh of Mehraj village in Rampura Phul has filed a police complaint (copy available with the Sikh Siyasat News) and has demanded registration of a police case against Sikandar Maluka for hurting the religious sentiments of Sikhs.

Gurusar Jalal tense after Beadbi incident: Ripped Angs of Guru Granth Sahib found

Bathinda: Tensions surfaced at Gurusar Jalal village in Bathinda district after 82 Angs (p. 1267 to 1430) were found thrown in the streets. Soon after the news spread out Sikh sangat and representatives of local Sikh organizations began to gather at Gurusar Jalal, which is in vicinity of Salabatpura.

Sikh leader Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj escapes attack by Badal Dal activists

Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj, senior vice president of Akali Dal Panch Pardhani (ADPP) was reportedly attacked and shot at by some persons on May 16. Police has reportedly registered FIR no. 65 of 2015 at police station Nathana against seven persons namely Baljeet Singh (s/o Harban Singh), Baljeet Singh (s/o Mohinder Singh), Nonihal Singh Sarpanch, Jeevan Singh, Niranjan Singh and two unknown/ unidentified persons.

ADPP’s vice president Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj under house-arrest

Rampura, Bathinda (December 01, 2012): According to information available with Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) Akali Dal Panch Pardhani's vice president Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj has been subjected to house-arrest for past five days.

Baba Tirlokewala’s condition stable; Sikh leaders under house-arrest?

Chandigarh/Bathinda, Punjab (November 27, 2012): According to information available with Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) SGPC Member from Sirsa constituency Baba Gurmit Singh Tirlokewala is undergoing treatment at PGI, Chandigarh. His condition is improving gradually and it is expected that he shall be from hospital in coming days.