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Drugs Issue: Sikh Activists Hold March in Hoshiarpur; Call Upon People to Boycott Politician Indulged in Drugs Trade

Giving a clarion call to make Punjab drug-free state, the march against drug menace organized by Dal Khalsa and supported by a dozen village panchayat’s termed the drug suppliers as enemies of society.

Drugs Addict-Paddler Name Police Officials Involved in Drugs Abuse and Trade in Fazilka

As the awareness move against drugs is spreading across the state, fresh evidence is emerging against Punjab police's widespread involvement in drugs abuse and trade.

Dal Khalsa Calls upon Panchayats to Boycott Politicians Involved in Drugs Trade

In an attempt to nip the drug menace in the bud, the Dal Khalsa urged the members of panchayat of every village to pass a resolution for social boycott of those political persons who were involved in the distribution of drugs during elections to woo voters beside those who are into drug trade.

Global Muslim Leadership Should Intervene to Stop Persecution of Sikhs in Afghanistan : Dal Khalsa

Strongly condemning the dastardly attack on the Sikh vehicle, which has killed 19 people including Avtar Singh Khalsa - the only Sikh candidate who had planned to contest October's parliamentary elections and Rawail Singh another senior most Afghan Sikh leader, the Dal Khalsa expressed deep shock and anger at the loss of innocent lives.

Beadbi Incidents: Justice Ranjit Singh Commission Hands Over 1/4 of Probe Report to Punjab CM; Contents Not Made Public

Justice Ranjit Singh Commission today handed over first part of its probe report to Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.

Behbal Kalan Firing: Badal-Amarinder Adopted Soft Approach Towards “Main Culprit” Sukhmedh Saini, says Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa fired a salvo at CM Amarinder Singh-led Congress government for maintaining studied silence on rightful demands of Sikhs that led to launch of Bargarhi Morcha on June 1 by Bhai Dhian Singh Mand.

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.

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".

Ghallughara June 1984 Anniversary: Dal Khalsa Calls for Complete Shut Down in Amritsar on 6 June

Dal Khalsa today launched a campaign to garner support for its Amritsar bandh call to mark the anniversary of Ghallughara June 1984.

Ghallughara Yadgaari March on June 5 and Amritsar Bandh on June 6 : Dal Khalsa

Observing the 34th anniversary of the army attack on Darbar Sahib in June 84, the Dal Khalsa has resolved to undertake a Genocide Remembrance March on June 5 and complete shutdown in the city of Amritsar on June 6.

Dal Khalsa Critises Indian Govt. for Demanding Legal Action Against Sikh Demonstrators in UK

Dal Khalsa trashed Indian foreign ministry’s demand for legal action against Sikh demonstrators that allegedly torn down Indian tricolour during protest against PM Narendra Modi’s visit to UK to attend Commonwealth heads of Government Meeting.

Imprisonments Won’t Deter Resolve Of Freedom Fighters, Says Dal Khalsa

Reacting upon the sentencing of Sikh Political prisoner Bhai Jagtar Singh Tara, the pro-freedom party of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa's spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh

Dal Khalsa Releases Original Version Of Nanakshahi Calendar At Hoshiarpur

The pro-freedom party of the Sikhs, Dal Khalsa while sticking to the original version of Nanakshahi calendar adopted in 2003, released the copy of current year Samat 550.

Higher Dreams Don’t Die: Dal Khalsa Leader Kanwarpal Singh’s Letter to HT Editor on Khalistan Issue

Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwarpal Singh has responded to Hindustan Times (HT) resident editor Ramesh Vinayak regarding later's write-up titled: "When the President of Khalistan rustled up a quick meal for me".

Punjab Stands In Sharp Contrast To India’s Lacklustre Approach Towards Visiting Canadian Premier, Says Dal Khalsa

The pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa said that Punjab has stood in sharp contrast to New Delhi’s lacklustre approach towards visiting Canadian premier Justin Trudeau.

Dal Khalsa Leader Writes to Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Ahead of His Punjab Visit

Dal Khalsa unequivocally welcomes Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau in Punjab and at ‘Darbar Sahib’, Amritsar. Expressing its gratitude for the respectful status of the Sikh people in Canada, party spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said Canada leads as an example of multiculturalism in the world.

Sikh Killings Started After Rajiv Gandhi’s Sworn-in-Ceremony On The Evening Of 31st Oct, Says Dal Khalsa

Calling it a state-sponsored genocide of Sikhs, the Dal Khalsa claimed that the Nov 1984 killings started after Rajiv Gandhi was sworn-in as Prime Minister of India on 31st Oct 

Sikh Body Expresses Grief Over the Death of Leading Paksitani Human Rights’ Icon Asma Jahangir

Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh condoles the demise of leading Pakistan's Human rights icon Asma Jahangir at Lahore today. She was 66.

Amritsar Convention: India Crushing Aspirations Of Struggling Nations, Says Kanwarpal Singh Bittu

The pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa on 28th January 2018 held a conference on ‘Right to Self-Determination’ at Amritsar Sahib.

Making Hype Out Of Sikh Issues Is Aimed To Undermine Indigenous Character Of Sikh Freedom Struggle: Dal Khalsa

Raking up of the Sikh freedom issue coinciding with the trip of Canadian premier to India including Amritsar is aimed to embarrass Mr Justin Trudeau, said Dal Khalsa.

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