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Sikh Hijackers Case: Dark Side of Indian Justice System: Talk with Dal Khalsa leader Kanwarpal Singh

Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh about Sikh hijackers case. This is full video recording of the talkshow.

Double Jeopardy: Sikh Hijackers again put on trail in 36 years old Plane hijacking case

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking case.

Retrial Of Sikh Activists In 36 Years Old Hijack Case A Travesty Of Justice By Indian Judiciary

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking

Indian Agencies’ alert to Canada on Sikh activism: Indian rulers creating boegy of so-called terrorism, Dal Khalsa

According to a press release issued the Dal Khalsa, [S]ikh leader Gajinder Singh living in exile has taken strong objection to his name being linked to alleged efforts to revive terror activities in India from Canadian soil saying his organisation Dal Khalsa was pursuing its political objective of Khalistan through peaceful and democratic means.

Nanakshahi calendar row: Dal Khalsa backs PSGPC’s proposed move to organize Sikh Conclave at Nanakana Sahib in Nov

Dal Khalsa patron Gajinder Singh has backed the proposal of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) to organize Sikh Conclave at Nanakana Sahib in Nov to deliberate on the issue of Nanakshahi calendar and other distinct identity related burning issues.

A tale of two hijackers – One gets Cong ticket for 4th time and other is India’s Most Wanted

The candidature of a former hijacker Bhola Pandey from Salempur constituency of UP by Congress for the fourth time in a row has given handle to Sikh group Dal Khalsa to draw comparison between the treatment meted out to him and Dal Khalsa leader Gajinder Singh, who hijacked an Indian Airline plane and who is on India's most wanted list.

Dal Khalsa patron will neither surrender nor compromise with the ’cause and mission’

Amritsar, Punjab (March 05, 2014): While blaming government for allegedly tarnishing the image of its founder Bhai Gajinder Singh by placing his name in the list of 20 most wanted persons, Dal Khalsa, Sikh radical organization's, president HS Dhami said on Monday that "party mentor will not surrender nor will compromise with the cause and mission".

Book of exiled Dal Khalsa leader Bhai Gajinder Singh released in Amritsar

Amritsar, Punjab (March 02, 2014): In a significant move, religio-political leaders of different shades including head of the Damdami Taksal Baba Harnam Singh Khalsa and SGPC executive member Karnail Singh Panjoli joined pro-Sikh independece leaders to release the book titled ‘Supne ton Sangarsh val’ (From Dream to Struggle) — authored by Dal Khalsa mentor Gajinder Singh, who’s name figured in the list of 20 most wanted persons handed over to Pakistan.

1981 plane hijack – Two Sikhs knock at doors of Delhi High court against double jeopardy

New Delhi/Ludhiana, India/Punjab (December 04, 2012): It is learnt that Bhai Satnam Singh Paunta Sahib and Tejinderpal Singh who, sent back to India in 2000 after serving a life term in Pakistan for hijacking an Air India plane to Pakistan in 1981, have moved the Delhi High Court for quashing a fresh trial against them in India for the same act.

Double Jeopardy?: Indian court want trial against 5 Dal Khalsa men for 1981 plane hijacking case

Ludhiana (September 02, 2012): A Delhi based Indian Court is reported to have issued “non-bailable” warrants against five Sikhs who were involved in hijacking an Air India plane to Pakistan in 1981. It is notable that only two of the five persons currently reside in India.

Bhai Gajinder Singh slams the brand of Hindutva nationalism being exhibited at Ramlila ground

Chandigarh (August 25, 2011): Dal Khalsa exiled leader Bhai Gajinder Singh today slammed the brand of Hindutva nationalism being exhibited at Ramlila ground.