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Marking 35th Year of 1984 Sikh Genocide, Dal Khalsa to Hold Meet in Chandigarh on Nov 5

The Dal Khalsa with the active support of like-minded groups will hold convention on Nov 5 at Chandigarh to mark 35th year of 1984 Sikh genocide.

Imran Khan Extends Hand of Friendship Towards Sikhs, Where As Modi Holds Animosity Against Sikhs: Dal Khalsa

A Sikh group named Dal Khalsa has praised Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan for 'extending hand of friendship towards the Sikhs'. The group criticised Imran Khan's Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and alleged that 'Modi holds animosity against Sikhs'.

Capt Amarinder Singh Must Disclose Facts of Bargari Beadbi Investigation: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa today urged Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh to come out with the detailed progress of investigation into the Bargari sacrilege case as the facts were still to come out despite the arrest of scores of suspects belonging to Dera Sacha Sauda.

Favouring scrapping of archiac laws, Dal Khalsa hits out at Punjab govt. for misusing Sedition law

Hitting out at the Punjab government for misusing the provisions of sedition law against Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), the Dal Khalsa said Chief Minister Amrinder Singh has tried to hit multiple targets with one stone. To end the abuse of archaic laws of colonial-era, the organization favoured scrapping of such laws.

Indian State is fighting a lost battle in Kashmir: says Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa is of the view that India is fighting a lost battle in Kashmir and to keep Kashmiris under its domination New Delhi was using brute force and full state's might.

Digging Satluj Yamuna Link (SYL) Canal next to impossible, Dal Khalsa snubs Chautala

Dal Khalsa today took a dig at the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) for announcing the digging of the controversial SYL canal by marching towards Punjab on 23 February, calling the move announced by its leader Abhay Singh Chautala nothing but a political mischief and stunt.

Badal Sarkar Misusing State Machinery and Throttling Religious Rights of Sikhs

Dal Khalsa today strongly condemned Badals led Punjab government for ordering the massive crackdown on activists, illegal banning of Sikh congregation at Talwandi Sabo on Nov 10 and creating fear psychosis in the minds of people.

Acquittal of Bhai Daljit Singh exposes Sukhbir’s sinister design against political dissenters

Dal Khalsa leaders Harcharanjit Sindh Dhammi and Kanwarpal Singh Bittu said that acquittal of Bhai Daljit Singh in 2012 UAPA exposes Sukhbir Badal's sinister design against political dissenters.

EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Unification of Khalistani Groups- Dal Khalsa and Panch Pardhani

While the established political parties of Punjab are busy gearing up for another innings at the hustings early next year, two hard-line groups –the Dal Khalsa and Panch Pardhani have closed ranks and formed a single entity retaining the name “Dal Khalsa” to push and pursue their agenda of an independent and sovereign Punjab (Khalistan).

Pro-freedom groups retain the nomenclature of Dal Khalsa, determined to push self-determination agenda

While the established political parties of Punjab are busy gearing up for another innings at the hustings early next year, two pro-freedom Sikh groups –the Dal Khalsa and Panch Pardhani have closed ranks and formed a single entity retaining the name “Dal Khalsa” to push and pursue their agenda of an independent and sovereign state called Khalistan.

Rhetoric won’t work, its time for action: Dal Khalsa to Badal on river waters crisis

Taking strong view of Rajasthan, J&K and Delhi siding with Haryana over the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) Canal water-sharing issue in the Supreme Court, the Dal Khalsa said Punjab should stop the unjust and illegal flow of its river waters going to these neighboring states bypassing riparian principles and violating the Indian Constitution.

Dal Khalsa President Harcharanjit Singh Dhami

Dal Khalsa devastated by senseless killing of innocents in Lahore

Denouncing the deadly terror attack in Lahore- capital of West Punjab, the Dal Khalsa said the people of East Punjab fully shared the sentiments and pain of their neighbour and reiterated that they stand with the people and government of Pakistan at this difficult hour.

Paying tributes to Afzal Guru & Bhatt, Dal Khalsa slams Indian state for not handing over mortal remains to their families

While paying glowing tributes to Janab Afzal Guru on the eve of his second death anniversary, the Dal Khalsa is highly critical of Indian state for failing to hand over his mortal remains to his wife Tabassum Guru.