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Sikhs, Tamils, Kashmiris Protest Against Kashmir Lockdown in Delhi; Seek UN Intervention

Despite the stoppages by the Delhi police, acting under orders of the government of India, hundreds of activists from Punjab and Tamil Nadu held a demonstration against 50-day Kashmir lockdown and took out a march from Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib towards Jantar Mantar.

Stray Cattle Problem: Dal Khalsa Wants Cow Slaughter Ban to be Lifted in Punjab

Stating that the menace of stray cattle has reached an alarming position, the Dal Khalsa wants ban on cow slaughter to be lifted in Punjab "strictly for economic reasons and to solve stray cattle problem". In fact, the organisation is in favour of setting up cow slaughter houses in the state.

Sikh Body Writes An Open Letter to US President Donald Trump on Kashmir Issue

A Punjab based pro-freedom Sikh group- Dal Khalsa, has written an open letter to President of Untied States Donald Trump on Kashmir issue.

Modi Dispensation Murdered Democracy; Plunged Region Into Further Turmoil : SAD Mann, Dal Khalsa

Endorsing the Kashmiris’ unequivocal right to self determination, the SAD (Amritsar) and Dal Khalsa said by scrapping article 370 of the constitution, the government of India has plunged the region into further turmoil.

Dal Khalsa Criticises Indian State for Refusal to Scrap Sedition Law

Terming the sedition law as anachronistic, Dal Khalsa strongly criticized the Indian Government for refusing to scrap it despite its widespread misuse and abuse.

Teeja Ghallughara Remembrance March (Amritsar Sahib) [5 June 2019]

Dal Khalsa on June 5 made a fervent appeal to the Sikh Diaspora to observe June 6 as 'Khalistan Struggle Day'.

June 6 is the day of resistance, not black day: Dal Khalsa to Giani Harpreet Singh

In a clear snub to SGPC appointed acting jathedar of Akal Takht Giani Harpreet Singh for terming June 6 as black day, the Dal Khalsa said in reality it was the day of resistance that shook Sikhs out of slumber and put them on the course of struggle for freedom.

Dal Khalsa Launches Public Campaign to Garner Support for June 6 Amritsar Bandh

In a written statement issued on June 2, the Dal Khalsa said that it has launched a campaign to garner support for its June 6 Amritsar bandh call to mark the 35th anniversary of Teeja Ghallughara (June 1984 Indian army attack on Darbar Sahib).

Genocide Remembrance March on 5, Call for Amritsar Bandh on June 6: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa on Wednesday announced to organise Genocide Remembrance Parade in the holy city Amritsar on June 5 to mark the 35th anniversary of Indian army attack on Darbar Sahib and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and adjoining states.

Pro-Freedom Sikh Group Dal Khalsa’s Policy Statement on Indian Elections

A pro-freedom Sikh group named the Dal Khalsa issued a 'policy statement' (copy available with SSN) on Indian elections today. The statement was issued in wake of Indian parliamentary elections, polling for which is due to be held in East Punjab on May 19.

ECI Wronged in Removing IG Kunwar Partap Singh as SIT member: Victims’ Kins, Sikh group meet CEC

A delegation comprising the family members of the two Sikhs killed in October 2015 in indiscriminate firing by the police in Behbal Kalan, along with Dal Khalsa leaders Harpal Singh Cheema, Kanwarpal Singh and human rights activist Jagmohan Singh met the Chief Electoral Officer Punjab Dr. Raju and handed over a memorandum for the Chief Election Commissioner of India seeking reinstatement of SIT key investigator Kunwar Vijay Partap Singh.

Hovering of War clouds over India and Pakistan on Kashmir Dispute Cries for World Powers’ Intervention : Dal Khalsa

As war clouds are hovering over India and Pakistan following air strikes on each other’s territory, the Dal Khalsa has called upon the United Nations to intervene to end hostilities between both the nuclear countries as the entire region is under threat.

Pro-freedom Sikh Group Pays Tributes of Makbool Bhatt and Afzal Guru

Expressing solidarity with struggling people of Kashmir, Dal Khalsa urged representative organizations from Kashmir and Punjab to strengthen coordination among them against common oppressor (New Delhi).

Stop Gimmickry, Pursue Modi Sarkar to Put Rajiv Gandhi on Trial Posthumously: Dal Khalsa to Badals

Terming the than Indian PM and HM Rajiv Gandhi and P V Narsimha Rao respectively as “main conspirators” in the Nov 1984 massacre, the Dal Khalsa asked the Akali Dal to press upon the Modi dispensation to put both of them on trial in absentia rather than doing lip-service to the cause of justice.

Dal Khalsa on Amritsar blast: Probe Attack from all Angles and Not Just From Prism of Sikh-Nirankari Clash of 1978

Dal Khalsa chief Harpal Singh Cheema in a press statement has expressed grief over the loss of human lives in a grenade Bomb blast at Nirankari Bhavan near Amritsar.

Seeking its intervention, Sikh body urges UN to wake up to reality of India

Terming the November 1984 massacre a watershed in Indo-Sikh relations, the Dal Khalsa said this November marks the year when Sikhs will actively pursue the UN and world power, who have remained oblivious to Sikh yearning for justice and under Indian pressure ignored to admonish India for the Delhi carnage.

Sikh Body Seeks Support From Visiting UN Secy-Gen To Get Right To Self-Determination In India

Dal Khalsa, a pro-freedom Sikh group, said that it was delighted to learn that United Nations Secretary General will be visiting be visiting Darbar Sahib, on October 3, during his forthcoming visit to Indian subcontinent.

Countrywide arrests of human rights activists and poet undemocratic : Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa today strongly condemns the arrests of human rights activists Gautam Naulakha, Sudha Bhardwaj, poet Varvara Rao and many others across the country.

Justice Ranjit Singh Commission Submits Final Report; Punjab Govt. Still in Reserve Mode

Justice (Retd.) Ranjit Singh today submitted his final report to Punjab chief minister. Justice Ranjit Singh has been heading one man commission probing incidents of beadbi and police firing at Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan.

Pro-Freedom Sikh Groups Mark August 15 As Black Day in Moga

As India celebrated its Independence Day, Dal Khalsa and other pro-freedom Sikh groups staged a protest in Moga, observing the day as black day against beadbi incidents and it's fallout, political subjugation of Punjab, human rights violations and denial of the right to self-determination to the people of Punjab.

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