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Police prevents Sikh pracharaks from entering Chandigarh; Chandumajra, Dhindsa listen to demands

Around five hundred Sikh pracharaks led by Bhai Panthpreet Singh, Bhai Ranjit Singh Dhadrian, Giani Kewal Singh and others today held a march from Fatehgarh Sahib to Chandigarh but they were prevented from entering the capital city by the police.

Fact Finding Report of LFHRI of Human Rights Violations of Rupinder Singh & Jaswinder Singh, brothers of Punjgarain Khurd, Faridkot

Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) has released a fact finding report on human rights violations of Rupinder Singh and Jaswinder Singh, two Sikh brothers who are reportedly framed by the state police in Bargari Beadbi Case. The report that was made public by Advocate Navkiran Singh, senior Lawyer of Punjab and Haryana High Court,

Resolutions adopted During Shaheedi Conference at Bargari (near Bajakhana, Kotkapura)

This video of recording of announcement and adoption of nine resolutions during a Shaheedi Conference at Bargari village near Bajakhana, Kotkapura. The Resolutions were read by Bhai Baljit Singh Daduwal and Jaskaran Singh Kahan Singh Wala and the Sikh sangat gave their assent by raising their hands on Jaikara.

Special Report Shaheedi Conference at Bargari (Video)

Watch Sikh Siyasat News' Special video report of Shaheedi Conference at Bargari Village, Kotkapura [OCT. 25, 2015].

PICTORIAL: Thousands of Sikhs pay tributes to Shaheeds at Bargari village

Kotkapura: Thousands of Sikhs gathered at Bargari village today to pay tributes to two Sikhs killed in police firing at Behbal Kalan village. Bhog of ...

Sumedh Saini shunted out as Punjab police chief

Punjab government today removed Sumedh Saini as Punjab police chief. He was replaced by Suresh Arora as Director-General of Police, Punjab.

SPECIAL UPDATE on current situation at Harike Pattan Morcha [Oct. 24, 2015]

The current station is reportedly tense at Harike Pattan where hundreds of Sikhs have been holding a morcha demanding restoration of Akal Takhat Sahib Panj Pyare who were suspended by SGPC chief Avtar Singh Makkar.

Behbal Kalan firing: Faridkot police did not upload FIR against police on website

The Punjab police (on Oct. 21) announced to have registered an FIR regarding Oct. 14 police firing at village Behbal Kalan. A press release issued by the police (see below) did not disclose that whether police personnel responsible for the firing have been named in the FIR or not.

SPECIAL REPORT: Punjab Police Claims about Bargari Beadbi and Sikh arrests Exposed

The falsehood of police story is exposed by alleged mysterious callers. Sukhjit Singh Deol (from Australia) and Hardeep Singh Khalsa (from Dubai) have talked to media-outlets exposing Punjab police claims.

Eyewitnesses Expose Police on OCT. 14 Behbal Kalan Killing of Sikh Youth [1]

Punjab Police had opened firing on Sikh demonstrators to lift a dharna from a link road leading to Behbal Kalan village. Two Sikhs namely Bhai Gurjeet Singh and Bhai Krishan Bhagwan Singh were killed by the police in this firing.

EyeWitness Accounts on Behbal Kalan Police Firing and killing of Sikh Youth [2]

Punjab Police had opened firing on Sikh demonstrators to lift a dharna from a link road leading to Behbal Kalan village. Two Sikhs namely Bhai Gurjeet Singh and Bhai Krishan Bhagwan Singh were killed by the police in this firing.

Bhai Daljit Singh refutes Police theory about arrest for Bargari Incident: Calls for Panthic Unity

Addressing media-persons at Jaito, Bhai Daljit Singh said that the police was framing Sikhs who were part of struggle against beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib. He said that the arrest of Rupinder Singh and Jatinder Singh of Panjgarain village shows that the police and the state is working on to create confusion, frame persons involved in struggle and put all blame on Sikhs.

Why Punjab Police is so tyrannical? Explains S. Ajmer Singh

Sikh Siyasat News talked to S. Ajmer Singh after Punjab police firing in Kotkapura town and Behbal Kalan village of Punjab, in which two Sikhs were killed and several others were injured. Police had opened fire on peacefully demonstrating Sikhs. This video is a short clip from that interview.

Police theory about arrest of youth in Bargari Beadbi case unreliable: Sikh leaders

Sikh leaders today said that the police theory about Bargari Beadbi case was highly doubtful and unreliable. Addressing separate press conferences Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) president S. Simranjeet Singh Mann and Sikh leader Bhai Daljit Singh Bittu rejected claims that arrested Sikh brothers from Panjgarian village were behind the beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib at Bargari village.

Paramilitary forces deployed in Amritsar, Ludhiana and Jalandhar over Beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib

As per information paramilitary forces have been deployed in Amritsar, Ludhiana and Jalandhar cities of Punjab amid protest over the beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib.

Gurusar Jalal tense after Beadbi incident: Ripped Angs of Guru Granth Sahib found

Bathinda: Tensions surfaced at Gurusar Jalal village in Bathinda district after 82 Angs (p. 1267 to 1430) were found thrown in the streets. Soon after the news spread out Sikh sangat and representatives of local Sikh organizations began to gather at Gurusar Jalal, which is in vicinity of Salabatpura.

SPECIAL REPORT on Current State of Punjab after Incidents of Beadbi [OCT. 19, 2015]

Punjab is witnessing widespread protests after October 14 Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan police firing on Sikh demonstrators who were demanding arrest of persons responsible for Beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib.

Police arrests woman for Beadbi at Ghawaddi in Ludhiana; Granthi arrested for concealing the crime

The Ludhiana police is reported to have arrested a woman in relation to sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib at Gurdwara Bhagat Ravidas Ji at Ghawaddi village in Delhon area of Ludhiana.

UK: Sikh panelist attempted to protest against lack of media coverage on violence against Sikhs in Punjab during BBC live show

A BBC presenter threatened to eject a panellist live on-air after he attempted to protest about the lack of media coverage of violence against Sikhs in the Punjab.

Incidents of Beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib & Current State of Punjab: Talk with S. Ajmer Singh

Sikh sangat of Punjab outraged against incidents of beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib. After the incident of October 14 police firing in Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan village in Faridkot district, in which two Sikhs were killed and many others were injured, Sikh protest brought Punjab’s life to stand-still.

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