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Sikh Sangat Need to Remain Vigilant as SGPC Moves to “Preserve” Defacto Memorial of Ghallughara June 1984

SGPC yesterday inaugurated the 'preservation work' of 'Khajana Deori' located with the Darbar Sahib precincts. The Khajana Deori, also referred as Bunga Maharaj Sher Singh, is a defacto memorial of Teeja Ghallughara of June 1984 as it carries numerous bullet marks inflicted during Indian Army's attack on Darbar Sahib in June 1984.

World Sikh Parliament Tenders Memorandum to British PM on 35th Anniversary of Ghallughara June 1984

In a written statement, the World Sikh Parliament (WSP) informed that its UK chapter has tendered a memorandum to British Prime Minister on 35th anniversary of Ghallughara June 1984.

Ghallughara June 1984: Thousands of Sikhs Participate in Remembrance March and Freedom Rally in London

Tens of Thousands of members of the Sikh community on Sunday (June 2) gathered in London to mark the 35th anniversary of the Teeja Ghallughara.

Dal Khalsa Launches Public Campaign to Garner Support for June 6 Amritsar Bandh

In a written statement issued on June 2, the Dal Khalsa said that it has launched a campaign to garner support for its June 6 Amritsar bandh call to mark the 35th anniversary of Teeja Ghallughara (June 1984 Indian army attack on Darbar Sahib).

Genocide Remembrance March on 5, Call for Amritsar Bandh on June 6: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa on Wednesday announced to organise Genocide Remembrance Parade in the holy city Amritsar on June 5 to mark the 35th anniversary of Indian army attack on Darbar Sahib and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and adjoining states.

Ghallughara June 84: UK Sikhs To Hold Remembrance March and Freedom Rally on June 2

Sikh diaspora in UK will be remembering Ghallughara June 1984 (attack by Indian army on Darbar Sahib, Amritsar and other Sikh Gurdwaras) in a series of events.

Return Historical Artifacts of Sikh Reference Library: Amarinder Singh Writes to Indian Government

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has written to Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeking the immediate restoration of the historic materials removed from the Sikh Reference Library of Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar, during June 1984 attack on Sikh Gurdwaras by the Indian Army.

Kuldip Brar London Attack Case: Bibi Hardeep Kaur Released on 12 Week’s Parole

Sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a case related to attack on former Indian Army official Kuldip Brar, a Sikh political prisoner Bibi Hardeep Kaur was yesterday released on parole for 12 weeks.

Declassified Secret Documents Reveal British Government Snubbed Sikh Voice After November 1984 Sikh Genocide

Recently declassified secret British documents reveal that the British complicity with Indian government in latter's evil designs against the Sikhs did not ended with Indian Army attack on Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) and other Sikh Gurdwaras in June 1984.

SGPC Seeks Return of Manuscripts and Literature Looted by Indian Army from Sikh Reference Library

SGPC on Sunday demanded return of rare manuscripts and literature looted by the Indian Army from the Sikh Reference Library during June 1984 army attack on Darbar Sahib, Amritsar.

Exclusive Talk with Dr. Kanwaljit Singh Discussing Various Aspects of Ghallughara June 1984

Sikh Siyasat's editor Advo. Parmjeet Singh talks to Sikh scholar Dr. Kanwaljit Singh (Head, Post Graduate Punjabi Department, Sri Guru Angad Dev College, Khadoor Sahib) discussing various aspects of Ghallughara June 1984.

Labour MPs Ask Theresa May to Release Secret Files on British Role in June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Darbar Sahib

British Labour MPs are calling on their Government to immediately release Cabinet Office files on the “1984 Amritsar Massacre” (Ghallughara June 1984), following a judge’s decision to declassify the secret papers.

Special Video: Sikh Freedom March and Sovereignty Rally in San Francisco (California) USA

Sikhs of California marched on June 10th to commemorate the 34th anniversary of Ghallughra June 1984 – Indian Army’s attack on Darbar Sahib and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and other adjoining states.

UK Role in Indian Army’s Attack on Darbar Sahib: Call for Independent Public Inquiry Intensifies After FoI Verdict

Judge Murray Shanks, who presided over a three-day hearing in London in March has ordered the Cabinet Office that it must declassify secret papers about the Amritsar massacre in June 1984.

UK FOI Judge Orders Declassification of Secret Documents Disclosing British Involvement in June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Sikhs

A UK judge has reportedly ordered the declassification of documents related to British involvement in Indian Army's attack on Darbar Sahib in June 1984.

Sikh in California Hold Remembrance March and Rally on Ghallughara June 1984 Anniversary

Sikhs of California marched on June 10th to commemorate the 34th anniversary of Ghallughra June 1984 - Indian Army's attack on Darbar Sahib and other Sikh Gurdwaras in Punjab and other adjoining states.

Israel’s Mossad Trained Indian Commandos Who Attacked Darbar Sahib in June 1984

Recent reports in various media outlets have endorsed the fact that Israel's Mossad had trained commandos who had attacked the Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) in June 1984.

Real Reasons Behind Indian Army’s Attack on Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) in June 1984

A Ghallughara Yadgari Samagam (Holocaust Remembrance Event) was held at Bhawanigarh on June 2, 2018.

Scars of Indian Army Attack on Darbar Sahib Permanent Reminder of Ongoing Sikh struggle for Freedom

The pro-freedom Sikh organisation Dal Khalsa today called upon the Sikhs to have faith in the future and made a solemn commitment on the eve of Ghallughara 1984 that the struggle for the fulfillment of ambitions and aspirations of the community would be taken to the logical conclusion following the democratic path.

Kashmiri Leader Geelani Shared the Pain of June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Darbar Sahib

Expressing solidarity with the Sikh community on the 34th anniversary of the infamous June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib by Indian Army, All Parties Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Geelani has said that the "wounds inflicted on this minority by Indian military might 34 years ago are not only fresh, but continue to pain and agony our Sikh brothers".

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