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Ludhiana Incident

Arms Supplier In Punjab RSS Leader’s Killing Arrested, Claims NIA

After coming under attack from the locals in a village in Ghaziabad on Sunday where the team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) was conducting

Massive Fire Engulfs Plastic Manufacturing Factory In Ludhiana, 6 People Reported Dead

As per the media reports a massive fire broke out in a plastic manufacturing firm in the Industrial area of Ludhiana city 's Mustak Ganj near Cheema Chowk

Ludhiana RSS Leader Murder Case: Police Release Suspect’s Sketch

As per the media reports the police have released a sketch of a suspect and also announced a cash reward of ₹5 lakh for providing information leading

Person disrespecting Sri Guru Granth Sahib shot by Sikh in police custody at Sahnewal

Sahnewal/Ludhiana (August 31, 2012): According to report in yet another direct provocation with the Sikhs, miscreant elements interrupted an Akand Paatth Sahib being held at Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Gurdwara Sahib, Sahnewal. There are reports that migrant Bihari laborer attacked the Granthi Singh, and committed the ultimate sacrilege when they forcibly tore off a sacred Ang from the Sikh Scripture, Sri Guru Granth Sahib.

Migrants’ heavy presence threat to peace of Punjab, says Dal Khalsa.

Jalandar (December 18, 2009): Blaming migrants for creating lawlessness in Punjab, the Dal Khalsa described their heavy presence in the state as threat to peace and rule of law.

Body pursuing Nov. ’84 cases demands judicial inquiry into Ludhiana killing.

New York (December 12, 2009): Attorney Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, Legal Advisor of Sikhs For Justice demanded that high level judicial inquiry by a sitting High Court Judge should be conducted into the December 5 Ludhiana incident in which one Darshan Singh was killed and many Sikhs were injured by the firing of the Punjab Police.

Ludhinaha Police act condemned by Akali Dal Panch Pardhani (Toronto Unit)

Toronto (December 12, 2009): A meeting was held in Toronto by Shromani Akalidal Amritsar Panch Parsdhani Toronto unit.

Panch Pardhani calls for unity of Panth against deras

Ludhiana (11 December, 2009: Shiromani Akali Dal (Panch Pardhani), led by Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu, has accused the Punjab Government and Ludhiana administration for their alleged failure to evaluate public opinion against Ashutosh, as a result the confrontation between Sikh Sangat and Punjab police claimed the life of Darshan Singh of native village Lohara.

SSF criticized Badal Government for Ludhiana incident

Ludhiana (December 7, 2009): Terming it as complete failure of administration to handle the situation at Ludhiana the Sikh Students Federation has severely criticized the Punjab Government.

Punjab shuts down to protest against Ludhiana incident

Ludhiana (December 7, 2009): Today’s shut down, declared by various Sikh organizations to protest against anti-Sikh policies of Punjab Government, received major response from people of Punjab.

Ludhiana Incident: Family members of a missing Sikh came forward to know his whereabouts.

Ludhiana (December 7, 2009): As per certain web-media reports there is no official figure of how many Sikhs killed or injured in Ludhiana Police and Sikh Sangat clash. Jagjit Singh is very worried man and so is his family. The reason – his 38-year-old brother, Swaran, who had gone out along with him, is still missing.