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Kohnoor: Its between Sikh Nation & British Government and India has no locus standi: Dal Khalsa

Asserting that Sikh people were the only legitimate heirs to the Kohinoor diamond and many other artifacts and symbols of the erstwhile Sikh rule that adorns the museums in UK, the Dal Khalsa said neither the petitioner in the Supreme Court nor the government of India have any locus standi to claim the Kohinoor.

Badal Dal tells SGPC to file caveat in SCI on Koh-i-noor issue

SAD Badal has asked the SGPC to file a caveat in SCI so that it could be heard before the court passes a judgement on a PIL demanding the return of the Koh-i-noor diamond to India.

SGPC slams Centre over its stand on Koh-i-noor diamond

SGPC today slammed the central government over its stand that Kohinoor diamond was neither "forcibly taken" nor "stolen" by British rulers and demanded its return to the religious body, saying it "belongs to the Sikh community".

Indian Solicitor General hasn’t a clue of Sikh history and no remit to rule on Anglo-Sikh Treaties and the Kohi-i-Noor diamond: Sikh Federation UK

In a written statement released yesterday Bhai Amrik Singh, the Chair of the Sikh Federation (UK) said British media would be advised to seek advice of British Sikh scholars and activists rather than rely on incorrect information supplied by Indian Solicitor General, Ranjit Kumar, who clearly lacks basic knowledge of Sikh history.

Koh-i-Noor is Sikh artefact and it should remain in Britain until the Sikh homeland is re-established: Sikh Federation UK

Keith Vaz MP today called for the world-famous 'Koh-i-Noor' diamond to be returned to India during Narendra Modi's UK visit in November.