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Sikh Family denied entry to London Olympic games 2012 for carrying Kirpan

Ludhiana/London (August 02, 2012): As per news reports, members of a Sikh family were denied entry to an Olympic football game in Coventry because the father was carrying a small Kirpan. A Kirpan is a cermonail sword that is an integral part of Sikh religion's practise and is also considered to be vital part of Sikh identity.

Jagdish Tytler

London 2012 Olympics: UK Foreign Minister responds to Sikh concerns about the possible visit of Jagdish Tytler and KPS Gill

Ludhiana (August 01, 2012): As per information available with Sikh Siyasat over the last few weeks many Sikhs have written to MPs about the possible visit of Jagdish Tytler, KPS Gill and others from India as part of the official Indian delegation for the London 2012 Olympics.

Indian Hindi Media once again shows up it’s ugly face & communal mindset

Ludhiana, Punjab (July 31, 2012): Where as world media is praising Baba Fauja Singh (101) for completing marathon race at the age of 101 and he gets the honour of holding Olympic torch just before that opening of London Olympic games 2012; the Indian Hindi media tried to make mockery of this incredible man.

London Olympic Games – Sikhs with Kirpans are not to be stopped

London, (July 27, 2012): The London Olympic Games 2012 opening cerimony is scheduled to be held few hours after the publication of this news. Sikhs have a good news in this regard that London Committee for Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) has ordered security guards not to stop Sikhs carrying religious sword named Kirpan from entry.

Manjeet Singh Saini, a witness against Amitabh Bachchan

Eyewitness claims to saw Amitabh Bachchan instigating mobs to kill Sikhs

New York, US: An eyewitness has come forward with startling account of how he was present in front of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on October 31, 1984 when Bachchan shouted pointing towards a Sikh in the crowd “Maro saalon ko, desh ke ghaddaron ko”.

“I watched Amitabh Bachchan raising his arm and shouting the slogan – khun ka badla khun sae laengae” on Door Darshan: Jagdish Kaur

Amritsar: Bibi Jagdish Kaur, a prime witness in November 1984 carnage, is reported to have said to “Times of India” (TOI) that everyone who had been watching DoorDarshan, India’s Government own TV Channel, saw how filmstar Amitabh Bachchan provoked the violance against the Sikhs.

Amitabh Bachchan, along with Rajiv Gandhi can be seen next to dead body of Indira Gandhi

UK Sikhs demand arrest of film-star Amitabh Bachchan for alleged role in Sikh genocide 1984

London, England (July 25, 2012): Sikh Leaders in the UK and human rights activists are calling for the arrest and prosecution of Amitabh Bachchan for inciting racial hatred in 1984 which led to anti-Sikh pogroms which killed thousands of Sikh men, women, and children.

Amitabh Bachchan Shaken by Protests

Olympic Torch rally: London Sikhs protested against Amitabh Bachchan

London, England (July 26, 2012): Indian film-star, Amitabh Bachan, who is accused by victims of the Sikh genocide 1984 in Delhi to had instigated violence against Sikhs, held the Olympic torch on July 26, 2012 at an event which took place in London.

Human rights abusers allowed to attend Olympic Games as Official delegates of India – British Sikhs demand answer

London (July 25, 2012): As per media reports there have been protests from the British Sikh community following news that Indian politician Jagdish Tytler may be permitted to visit the country for the Olympic Games.

Jagdish Tytler

Don’t let Tytler represent India in Olympics: Sikh genocide 1984 victims

New Delhi (July 06, 2012): While Judge Judge K.S. Pal heard the arguments in the case of Tytler for his role in organizing the killing of Sikhs during November 1984, Sikh Genocide victims and survivors demanded that Government of India should not allow Tytler to lead Indian Olympics delegate.