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Sikh Bodies Announce to Hold Protest in Srinagar (Kashmir) on Human Rights Day Against Atrocities on Kashmiris

Perturbed over the plight of Kashmiri people who’s rights are being suppressed and abused en masse by the India’s fascist regime led by PM Narendra Modi, the Dal Khalsa along with SAD (Amritsar) has decided to observe the World Human Rights Day on the soil of Kashmir, where the worst human rights violations have occurred during 2019.

Kartarpur Sahib Opening Ceremony: Dal Khalsa Praises Giani Harpreet Singh, Slams Amarinder Singh

Expressing their gratitude to the government of Pakistan and India for making the Kartarpur Corridor a reality, the Dal Khalsa said at inauguration ceremonies on both sides of Radcliffe, Gaini Harpreet Singh was at his best and Captain Amarinder Singh was at his worst.

Commemorating 1984 Sikh Genocide Week Activists, Writers Held Memorial Meet at Chandigarh

Commemorating the 1984 Sikh Genocide week, the Dal Khalsa held a public meet to deliberate on what they called "politics of genocide being perpetuated by Indian mainstream parties against minorities since 1984".

Kartarpur Corridor: Punjab Govt. & SGPC Should Share $20 Fee of Yatris Who Couldn’t Afford

Dal Khalsa has urged the Punjab government and the SGPC to equally share the financial burden of pilgrims who couldn’t afford $20 fee proposed by Pakistan for visiting Gurdwara Darbar Sahib through Kartarpur Sahib corridor.

First Sikh Deputy Sheriff in Texas Shot Dead; Dal Khalsa Expresses Condolence

A Sikh law-enforcement officer was fatally shot during a traffic stop in the US state of Texas on Saturday (September 29).

Sikhs, Tamils, Kashmiris Protest Against Kashmir Lockdown in Delhi; Seek UN Intervention

Despite the stoppages by the Delhi police, acting under orders of the government of India, hundreds of activists from Punjab and Tamil Nadu held a demonstration against 50-day Kashmir lockdown and took out a march from Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib towards Jantar Mantar.

Don’t Dare to Reducing Guru Nanak Ji’s Name to the Level of Indira Gandhi: Dal Khalsa to RSS Aligned Sikhs

Dal Khalsa today warned the Sikhs from the RSS and BJP camp against politicizing 550th Parkash Gurpurab celebrations of Guru Nanak Ji by way of reducing Guru Sahib to the level of Indira Gandhi.

Punjab Based Sikh Groups Writes to UNHRC on Human Rights Situation in Kashmir

Dal Khalsa, a Punjab based pro-freedom Sikh groups has once again raised its concerns over situation of human rights in Kashmir. Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwarpal Singh has written an open letter to UNHRC Commissioner Ms Michelle Bachelet Jeria.

Stray Cattle Problem: Dal Khalsa Wants Cow Slaughter Ban to be Lifted in Punjab

Stating that the menace of stray cattle has reached an alarming position, the Dal Khalsa wants ban on cow slaughter to be lifted in Punjab "strictly for economic reasons and to solve stray cattle problem". In fact, the organisation is in favour of setting up cow slaughter houses in the state.

Observing Aug 15 as Black Day, Sikh bodies protest against India’s onslaughts on Minorities

Representatives of various Sikh groups namely Dal Khalsa, SAD (Amritsar) and others urged the Indian state and the world community to acknowledge the right to self determination of all struggling peoples in accordance with international treaties and covenants, which all democratic nations are expected to adhere to and oblige.

Modi Dispensation Murdered Democracy; Plunged Region Into Further Turmoil : SAD Mann, Dal Khalsa

Endorsing the Kashmiris’ unequivocal right to self determination, the SAD (Amritsar) and Dal Khalsa said by scrapping article 370 of the constitution, the government of India has plunged the region into further turmoil.

CBI and Sukhbir Badal Have Common Interest To Help Dera Sauda Sirsa

Taking exception over the CBI closure report and the shared stand by Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) president Sukhbir Singh Badal in the Bargari beadbi case, the Dal Khalsa said it looks both (CBI and Sukhbir Singh Badal) have same interests to help Dera Sauda Sirsa to come clean out of the sin of beadbi.

Khalistan Struggle is Indigenous, India Needs to Change its Perception [Op-Ed]

Last week, on July 14, India handed over a dossier to the Imran Khan government during the Kartarpur corridor talks held at Wagah, alleging that Pakistan has been instigating Khalistani activists for subversive activities in India and allowing its soil to be used by the Khalistani Diaspora for the propagation of the cause of Sikh freedom.

Dal Khalsa to Republish 1984 Shaheedi Directory: Issues Appeal for Any Missing Details

Pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa has announced to publish fourth edition of ‘Shaheedi Directory’ – a document containing details about Sikh warriors who defended the Darbar Sahib complex during the Indian Army’s attack in June 1984.

Dal Khalsa Strongly Opposes India’s Plan to Set up Nuclear Plants in Punjab

Dal Khalsa has strongly opposed New Delhi's proposal to set up atomic power plants in Punjab.

Sikh Struggle Has Clearly Defined Agenda [Op-Ed]

First they called us Khalistanis. Now they have added the word “Terrorists” First they blamed Pakistan for supporting us. Now they have added Canada’s name too. First they sought sanctions against Pakistan. Now they propose the same with Canada.

Sanjeev Bhatt’s Conviction Exposes Indian State’s Revengeful Character: Dal Khalsa

Calling the awarding of life sentence to sacked IPS officer Sanjeev Bhatt on alleged concocted charges as travesty of justice, the Dal Khalsa on Thursday slammed the Indian justice system.

June 6 is the day of resistance, not black day: Dal Khalsa to Giani Harpreet Singh

In a clear snub to SGPC appointed acting jathedar of Akal Takht Giani Harpreet Singh for terming June 6 as black day, the Dal Khalsa said in reality it was the day of resistance that shook Sikhs out of slumber and put them on the course of struggle for freedom.

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).

To impose Hindutva agenda, BJP desperate to make sedition law stricter: Dal Khalsa

Joining issue with Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh for declaring to make the sedition law stricter in case his party retains power, the Dal Khalsa said the obvious target will be the religious minorities and Dalits, who refuses to toe the Hindutva agenda.

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