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Takht Sahiban and Gurudwara Management Should be free from Electoral Voting System

The discussion held at Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj (B Block, Railway Colony), Sri Amritsar, the shrine of Saka 1978 martyrs, is the beginning of efforts to create an atmosphere of internal dialogue between the Goshti Khalsa Panth and the Gur Sangat so that we can carry out our practices according to the traditions of the Guru Khalsa Panth.

Baba Maan Singh on Akal Takhat Sahib and Gurdwara administration

The discussion held at Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj (B Block, Railway Colony), Sri Amritsar, the shrine of Saka 1978 martyrs, is the beginning of efforts to create an atmosphere of internal dialogue between the Goshti Khalsa Panth and the Gur Sangat so that we can carry out our practices according to the traditions of the Guru Khalsa Panth.

Should Akal Takht Sahib be free from electoral politics?

The discussion held at Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj (B Block, Railway Colony), Sri Amritsar, the shrine of Saka 1978 martyrs, is the beginning of efforts to create an atmosphere of internal dialogue between the Goshti Khalsa Panth and the Gur Sangat so that we can carry out our practices according to the traditions of the Guru Khalsa Panth. Let's practice. Dal panths of the Khalsa Panth, Taksals, Jathas, Karseva and other sects, organizations and parties were invited to participate in it.

Who is Akali and What is The Methodology of Sarbat Khalsa?

The discussion held at Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj (B Block, Railway Colony), Sri Amritsar, the shrine of Saka 1978 martyrs, is the beginning of efforts to create an atmosphere of internal dialogue between the Goshti Khalsa Panth and the Gur Sangat so that we can carry out our practices according to the traditions of the Guru Khalsa Panth. Let's practice. Dal panths of the Khalsa Panth, Taksals, Jathas, Karseva and other sects, organizations and parties were invited to participate in it

Why is it Necessary for Sikhs to Out of The Vote System Structure?

The discussion held at Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj (B Block, Railway Colony), Sri Amritsar, the shrine of Saka 1978 martyrs, is the beginning of efforts to create an atmosphere of internal dialogue between the Goshti Khalsa Panth and the Gur Sangat so that we can carry out our practices according to the traditions of the Guru Khalsa Panth.

How to Restore The Sovereignty of Shri Akal Takht Sahib?

The discussion held at Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj (B Block, Railway Colony), Sri Amritsar, the shrine of Saka 1978 martyrs, is the beginning of efforts to create an atmosphere of internal dialogue between the Goshti Khalsa Panth and the Gur Sangat so that we can carry out our practices according to the traditions of the Guru Khalsa Panth. Let's practice.

Our intent is to unite Sikhs on Gurmat, not to subdue others and taking positions | Lal Singh

Personalities related Sikh struggle, including Bhai Rajinder Singh Mughalwal, Bhai Lal Singh Akalgarh, Bhai Daljit Singh, Bhai Narien Singh Chaurra, Bhai Bhopinder Singh, Bhai Satnam Singh Khandewala, Bhai Satnam Singh Jhanjian, Bhai Hardeep Singh Mehraj, Bhai Amrik Singh Isru, Bhai Manjit Singh Phagwara and Bhai Sukhdev Singh Doad have announced to form a common platform to initiate dialogue for Panthic unity.

The Story of Bhai Lal Singh’s 28 Years Long Jail Life (Speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh)

Bhai Lal Singh spent 28 years of life behind the bars. He was jailed by Indian authorities for his contribution towards the Sikh struggle for freedom. He was arrested in 1992 and was sentenced to imprisonment for life in 1997. He was granted permanent release in 2020.

Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Lal Singh Finally Gets Permanent Release After 28 Years

Sikh political prisoner Bhai Lal Singh Akalgarh was finally released on a permanent basis today. He has been imprisoned in India for the past 28 years. Arrested on 14 July 1992, Bhai Lal Singh was sentenced to imprisonment for life by a designated TADA court of Ahmadabad Rural at Mirzapur (Gujrat) on 8 January 1997 under sections 3 and 5 of TADA Act, 120-B IPC, section 5 of Explosives Act and Section 25(1)(a) of Arms Act.

Sikh Prisoner Subegh Singh Released From Patiala Jail

Sikh prisoner Subegh Singh was released from Central Jail Patiala today. He was released in pursuance of directions of the Government of India (GoI). Subegh Singh was undergoing imprisonment for life and was jailed since his arrest in 1995. Subegh Singh was received outside the jail by activists of the Sikh Relief.

On The Issue Of Release Of Sikh Political Prisoners – Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

Sikh Siyasat talked to Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur, who maintains the list of Sikh political prisoners, on this issue of release of Sikh political prisoners. This talk was recorded on November 13, 2019.

Names and Essential Details of 9 Sikh Prisoners Granted ‘Relief’ by GoI [Check Full List]

In September this year, the Government of India (GoI) had announced to grant special reliefs to nine Sikh political prisoners. As the Government of India did not disclose the names of Sikh prisoners many lists were making rounds, and these lists and reports were causing confusion.

Media Reports, Punjab Govt. Creating Confusion About GoI’s Announcement To Release of 8 Sikh Political Prisoners

The Government of India (GoI) last Saturday (Sept. 28) announced that it has decided to grant premature release to 8 out of 22 Sikh political prisoners who were sentenced to imprisonment for life and are confined in various jails across the Indian sub-continent.

EXCLUSIVE Interview with Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur About Latest Situation on Sikh Political Prisoners’ Issue

Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) Editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur about the cases of Bandi Singhs, including British citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi.

Issue of Sikh Political Prisoners Again in Focus; Harnek Singh Bhup May Be Shifted to Punjab

The issue of Sikh political prisoners languishing in Indian jails even after completing minimum mandatory terms of their sentences is once again in focus.

Exclusive Talk with Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur about Sikh Political Prisoners Issue

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur maintains list of Sikh Political Prisoners. Sikh Siyasat's Editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Advo. Manjhpur about recent court decisions in Bhai Lal Singh Akalgarh and Bhai Nishan Singh Sohal's case.

No bar on parole, media sections have miss-reproted SCI judgement in Lal Singh Case: Advo. Manjhpur

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur, who maintains the list of Sikh political prisoners, has rejected some media reports which 'wrongfully' reported that Supreme Court of India's judgement in Sikh political prisoner Bhai Lal Singh's case.

Bhai Lal Singh case: SCI sets aside HC order; Tells to approach Indian Home Ministry for Premature Release

New Delhi: The Indian Supreme Court today set aside Punjab and Haryana High Court order commanding benefits of premature release to Sikh political prisoner Bhai ...

Punjab government can take decision on Bhai Lal Singh’s case: clarifies Gujrat Governor

Gujrat governor has reportedly clarified that Punjab government was eligible to grant premature release to Sikh political prisoner Bhai Lal Singh who was sentenced to undergo imprisonment for life by a Gujrat court but who has been serving the sentence in Maximum Security Jail in Nabha (Punjab).

Members of Bandi Singhs Rihai Committee with Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa

Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa and others update on progress related to cases for permanent release of Sikh political prisoners

Mohali, Punjab (January 12, 2013): The Bandi Singhs Rihai Committee, that was formed to assist Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa during his hunger strike seeking release of 6 Sikh political prisoners recently addressed media to explain the progress in this matter since the conclusion of 44 days long hunger strike protest of Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa.

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