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Sikh Body Expresses Concerns Over Rising Trend of Targeting Religious Places and Worshippers

Saddened and shocked at the killing of 290 innocent people, mostly worshipers in a series of blasts in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, the Dal Khalsa condemned the terror act, calling it “horrific and barbaric”.

Minorities in Indian Subcontinent and the State Policy of Repression

Students For Society (SFS) held a discussion dedicated to 100th anniversary of Saka Jallianwala Bagh of 1919. The discussion was held at Law Auditorium of Panjab University in Chandigarh on 12 April, 2019.

Pragya Thakur’s Candidature Highlights BJP’s Double Standard on Terror: Dal Khalsa

Dal khalsa said the BJP’s choice of Hindutva terror face –Pragya Thakur, as their candidate for Bhopal parliamentary seat is a clear case of double standards of the Modi government on terrorism.

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.

Sukhbir Badal’s Cry Against SIT Members Is A Sign of His Guilt: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa on Saturday (April 6) hits out at Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) for complaining to Election Commission against SIT point man Kunwar Vijay Partap Singh and termed it as an outcome of Sukhbir’s guilt and frustration.

Polarization of World Community Dangerous: Dal Khalsa Statement on Attack on NZ Mosques

Saddened at the killings of 49 innocent people in the mass shootings at two Christchurch mosques in New Zealand on Friday, the Dal Khalsa condemned the massacre in the strongest words.

UK Sikhs Write to Over 150 MPs Against Life Sentence to 3 Sikhs in India for Possessing Literature

A press release issued by the Sikh Federation UK today states that the Sikh body had formally launched the Sikh political lobbying network last month to co-ordinate regular letter writing to MPs by constituents.

IG Paramraj Umranangal Suspended; Sikh Body Seeks Arrest of Sumedh Saini

The Punjab government has reportedly placed Punjab police Inspector General (IG) Paramraj Umranangal under suspension in wake of his arrest by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed to investigate Saka Kotkaura and Saka Behbal Kalan of 2015.

Suspend Umranangal and Arrest Saini : Dal Khalsa Criticises Amarinder Singh for Soft Approach

Dal Khalsa today criticised CM Amarinder Singh led Punjab Government for not suspending IG Paramraj Singh Umranangal despite his being in custody since last ten days.

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.

Ex-DGP Saini raising false alarm to hoodwink the Govt : Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa took ex-DGP Sumedh Singh Saini to task for falsely raising a hue and cry on the arrest of IG Paramraj Singh Umranangal. The organization is of the considered view that in order to blackmail the ruling class, the infamous top cop has raked up Referendum 2020 proposal, which in the real sense is a survey or an opinion poll to see how many Sikhs are in favour of Punjab's independence.

Loss of Human Lives Regrettable But War Mongering Is No Answer: Dal Khalsa on Pulwama Attack

Commenting on yesterday's Pulwama attack in which more than forty CRPF personnel were killed, the Dal Khalsa said the loss of human lives is always regrettable, whether it is of the security forces or that of a militant or even an ordinary person.

Order of the Nawanshahr Judge is a “Black Chapter” in Judicial History of Punjab: Dal Khalsa

Carrying placards with photos of martyrs and books referred to by the Sessions Judge Nawan Shahr in the recent judgement against three Sikh youth namely Arvinder Singh, Surjit Singh and Ranjit Singh, Dal Khalsa activists marched to the district courts taunting the administration and daring the state to take action against them.

Dal Khalsa to Protest Outside Nawanshahr Court Premises on 13 February

Referring to life sentence awarded to Arwinder Singh, Surjit Singh and Ranjit Singh in a 2016 case by a Nawanshahr Session court, the Dal Khalsa said the order of the court indicting the accused merely because of possession of books related to Sikh struggle and other Khalistani literature is highly unjust, illegal and disturbing.

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).

Antim Ardas for Bibi Manjit Kaur to Held at Nankana Sahib and Darbar Sahib

Bibi Manjeet Kaur, wife of Dal Khalsa founder Bhai Gajinder Singh passed away in Germany two days ago. She breathed her last in a hospital where she was admitted since last few weeks due to multiple health problems.

Dal Khalsa Urges UNSC Members to “Pull Up” India for Denying Self Determination to Subjugated Nationalities

Dal Khalsa and its allies staged street protests in Ludhiana, Hoshiarpur and Zira against denial of right to self determination under present Indian Constitution, on the occasion of India's Republic day.

Bibi Manjeet Kaur, Wife of Exiled Sikh Leader Bhai Gajinder Singh, Passed Away

Bibi Manjeet Kaur, wife of Sikh leader Bhai Gajinder Singh passed away this morning due to health issues. He breathed last in a hospital in Canada. Bhai Gajinder Singh, a founding member of pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa, is living in exile.

Pro-freedom Sikh Body Calls for Boycott of Indian State’s Republic Day on January 26

Giving a call for boycott of January 26 celebrations due to the negative stance of the Indian state towards Sikh aspirations and rights including right to self determination, Dal Khalsa strongly reiterates its resolve to invoke the international community, the UN forums and associate with other nationalities across the Indian subcontinent to seek and ensure enforceability of the UN recognised right.

Terming January 26 As A Black Republic Day, Dal Khalsa to Hold ‘Right to Self-determination March’ in Punjab Cities on 26 January

To step-up its campaign for the Right to self-determination for the people of Punjab, the Dal Khalsa will organize‘Right to Self-determination March’ at Hoshiarpur, Ludhiana and Zira on 26 January as India will celebrate its seventieth Republic Day.

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