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Teeja Ghallughara Remembrance March (Amritsar Sahib) [5 June 2019]

Dal Khalsa on June 5 made a fervent appeal to the Sikh Diaspora to observe June 6 as 'Khalistan Struggle Day'.

Pro-Freedom Sikh Group Dal Khalsa’s Policy Statement on Indian Elections

A pro-freedom Sikh group named the Dal Khalsa issued a 'policy statement' (copy available with SSN) on Indian elections today. The statement was issued in wake of Indian parliamentary elections, polling for which is due to be held in East Punjab on May 19.

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.

Pro-Freedom Sikh Groups Mark August 15 As Black Day in Moga

As India celebrated its Independence Day, Dal Khalsa and other pro-freedom Sikh groups staged a protest in Moga, observing the day as black day against beadbi incidents and it's fallout, political subjugation of Punjab, human rights violations and denial of the right to self-determination to the people of Punjab.

CM Amarinder Singh is to Take Final Decision About Demands of Bargari Morcha: says Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa

Punjab Cabinet Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa yesterday visited Bargari village to meet Bhai Dhian Singh Mand and other Sikh leaders and activists who are staging a protest sit-in since June 1.

Sikh Groups Express Unity to Observe Ghallughara June 1984 Anniversary

Dal Khalsa and Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) have resolved to extend support to each other's programs announced to mark the 34th anniversary of Ghalluhgara June 1984.

Crackdown on Sikh Activists: Sukhbir vitiating atmosphere by mis(using) police machinery, says Dal Khalsa

Slamming the state home minister Sukhbir Singh Badal for vitiating the atmosphere of Punjab to get mileage out of it, the Dal Khalsa today termed the police crackdown on the organizers of the march proposed to be taken out from Bhagta Bhai to Bagrari on July 17 against incidents of sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib as totally unjustified and unwarranted.

Massive police crackdown on Sikh activists in Punjab; Paramilitary surrounds house of Bapu Surat Singh

Punjab police has unleashed massive breakdown on sikh activists in punjab. As per the information available with the Sikh Siyasat News the Punjab police has already registered various leaders of Bandi Singhs Rihai Sangharsh Committee from various places across punjab.