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SGPC to Build Memorial for Sikh Dharmi Faujis

SGPC has announced to build a memorial in the memory of ‘Dharmi Faujis’ – Sikh soldiers in the Indian army who had rebelled from Army after Indian forces invaded the Darbar Shaib and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and adjoining states in June 1984.

Monetary benefits for Dharmi Faujis increased by Punjab government; 121 benefited

According to media reports the Punjab Government has increased the monetary assistance being paid to Dharmi Faujis, or Indian Amry personnel who had participated in mutiny the in the aftermath of Indian army's attack on Darbar Sahib in Amritsar, 30 years ago.

High court sets aside General court martial of Sikh Armyman involved in June 1984 mutiny, Grants him pension

Chandigarh/ Punjab (June 14, 2014): Giving relief to an armyman after 30 years when he along with other soldiers had revolted after June 1984 against attack on Shri Akal Takhat Sahib, the Punjab and Haryana High court recently set aside the General Court Martial (GCM) of a Jammu resident Naik Kulwant Singh. He was part of the mutiny near Jalpaiguri in West Bengal.