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Sikh Groups Engage in War of Words Over Letter to SFJ Questioning Referendum 2020

The joint letter written by Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) and Dal Khalsa to Sikhs For Justice seeking clarity on questions related to so-termed "Referendum 2020" has triggered war of words amongst the Sikh activists.

Tributes Paid to Dal Khalsa Founding Member Bhai Manmohan Singh Khalsa; Activists vow Khalistan

Pledging not to compromise with the objectives and mission set by its founder members, the Dal Khalsa today organized a Shardanjali Samagam at Singh Sabha gurdwara in memory of one of its founder Manmohan Singh Khalsa, who passed away in UK on Nov 20.

Obituary: Dal Khalsa’s Exiled Leader Manmohan Singh Held His Head High Despite All Odds And Hardships

Manmohan Singh Khalsa -the die hard pro-freedom Sikh leader is no more. He left for his heavenly abode today early morning at 4.30 GMT at a hospital in

Dal Khalsa UK leader Bhai Manmohan Singh Passed Away

Dal Khalsa UK leader Bhai Manmohan Singh passed away today. Dal Khalsa spokesperson Bhai Kanwarpal Singh told Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) that Bhai Manmohan Singh died this morning at a hospital in London.

Sikh Diaspora Groups Held Protests Against India on 26 January; Reiterate Demand for Self Determination

Every year 26 January is observed as Republic Day by India as it was on this day the Indian state adopted its constitution and presumably declared itself

I would prefer to die as a rebel of India: Manmohan Singh Khalsa’s reaction on shunting of socalled Black List

Dal Khalsa UK leader Bhai Manmohan Singh (UK) has declared that he would not return to Punjab in any facilitation by the Indian state and would prefer to die as a "rebel of India".

Dal Khalsa UK writes to BBC’s Mark Strippel over Bobby Friction’s offensive comments

Jasvinder Singh of Dal Khalsa UK has written a letter to BBC's Mark Strippel regarding use of term 'Sikh Taliban' by BBC's Radio presenter Bobby Friction.

31 years Amritsar Massacre 1984: UK Sikhs and Kashmiris unite to condemn Indian agression and to reaffirm solidarity on freedom agenda

On the 31st anniversary of India's cowardly military assault on the Harimandar Sahib (Golden Temple) in Amritsar in June 1984, Sikh organisations the Council of Khalistan, Akali Dal UK and Dal Khalsa delivered a Memorandum to the UK Prime Minister's residence urging the UK to revise its foreign policy toward India.

Indian state want to gain control of Darbar Sahib through UNESCO World Heritage status: Dal Khalsa UK

Dal Khalsa UK firmly opposes the proposal for UNESCO World Heritage Status/Site (WHS) for the Sri Harmandar Sahib Complex & Sri Akal Takht Sahib our supreme authority.The Sri Harmandar Sahib Complex being granted WHS would mean that the Central Government of Hindutva India would own the site & have full control over all aspects of the complex,including who comes in & what the conditions would be.

Hindutva media launches offensive against Sikh bodies that raised alarm against RSS activities

New Delhi: Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) officials participated in a program organized by controversial Rashtriya Sikh Sangat, a wing of Hindutva fountainhead Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS). DSGMC is currently controlled by Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) that has decades long power alliance with Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP), a Hindutva political outfit and ruling party of India. DSGMC is headed by Manjit Singh GK who maintains himself as one of the biggest propagandist of “Indian Nationalism”.

UK chapter of Dal Khalsa releases activity report related to party head’s UK visit

London, England (June 16, 2014): UK chapter of Dal Khalsa has sent a detailed activity report to the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) extending information related to Dal Khalsa head Bhai Harcharanjit Singh Dhami's ongoing visit to England. According to the release Dal Khalsa head HS Dhami is in UK to take part in events relating to the 30th anniversary of the Ghallughara June 1984.

Manmohan Singh, Dal Khalsa UK

Dal Khalsa UK condemns Delhi Committee President Manjit Singh GK in strong terms

London, United Kingdom (September 26, 2013): In a statement sent to the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) the Dal Khalsa UK has strongly criticized and condemned the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee's President Manjit Singh GK's visit to the UK.

Sikh & Kashmiri diaspora protested on India’s republic day in front of India’s High Commission at London

London, United Kingdom (January 28, 2013): As per information available with Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) certain Sikh diaspora organizations organized a protest outside Indian High Commission in London on 26 January, 2013. It is notable that India observe “republic day” on January 26 annually and the protest was held in wake of this day.

UK Sikh diaspora to protest outside Indian high commission on India’s ‘republic day’ on January 26

London, United Kingdom (January 22, 2013): As per information available with Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) the Sikh diaspora of United Kingdom (UK) was planning to hold a peaceful protest demonstration in front of Indian High Commission in London on 26 January, 2013. It is notable that India observes January 26 as the “republic day”.

Attack on Kuldip Brar was drama staged by Indian Intelligence Agencies: Dal Khalsa UK

London/Punjab (October 07, 2012): Dal Khalsa UK has raised finger towards Indian intelligence agencies in relation to attack on former Lt. Gen. of Indian Army Kuldip Brar. Kuldip Brar had led attack on Sikh shrines, including the Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple of Amritsar), in June 1984. The attack has resulted in massive causalities as the attack was conducted on a specific day when there was huge gatherings in Sikh shrines.

UK Sikhs & Kashmiris slam India’s colonialism; Protest outside High Commission upset Indian officials

London, England (August 16, 2011): As per media reports leading Sikh and Kashmiri organisations held a joint protest outside India’s High Commission in London on Indian Independence Day, in a robust show of solidarity which upset Indian officials.

Dal Khalsa UK Rejects So Called Radhaswami Apology

Ludhiana/London (July 20, 2012): Dal Khalsa UK rejects the so called apology made to the Sikh Nation by the Radhaswami Hindutvadi Dera which was given out in the form of a press note by J C Sethi, the so called Radhaswami District Secretary of Amritsar.

Seminar in UK lambasted SAD and the Congress for inducting rights violators in their party ranks

London, England (December 11, 2011): To highlight the human rights conditions of ethnic and religious minorities in India, the Dal Khalsa’s UK chapter organized a seminar on “Whither Human Rights in India’ at Southall in UK on Sunday.

Dal Khalsa (UK) to hold conference on 11 December to mark World Human Rights Day

London, England (November 28, 2011): Dal Khalsa UK is hosting a World Human Rights Conference on Sunday December 11th 2011 from 1 pm to 4 pm to mark World Human Rights Day.

Dal Khalsa (UK) calls for Sikhs to unite & Stop Ashutosh & His Hindutva Cult

Britain/Ludhiana (December 5, 2009): Dal Khalsa (UK) calls for Sikhs to unite to stop the Ashutosh led DJJS from holding its proposed meet in Ludhiana on Dec 5-6, which the Dal Khalsa believes was being held with the blessings and support of the RSS and Bharatiya Janta Party.