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Sikh Hijackers Case: Dark Side of Indian Justice System: Talk with Dal Khalsa leader Kanwarpal Singh

Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh about Sikh hijackers case. This is full video recording of the talkshow.

Panjoli urges Punjab CM to ask Centre to withdraw charges against Sikh hijackers

Karnail Singh Panjoli has urged the Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh to take up the case of retrial of Sikh hijackers with Union Home Minister for withdrawal of supplementary charge-sheet.

Thanks But, DSGMC Has Already Provided Legal Assistance: Dal Khalsa

The pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa here today while expressing gratitude over  Punjab CM Amarinder Singh's  offer to provide legal aid to Sikh

Amarinder Singh Offers Legal Assistance To Sikh Activists Accused Of 1981 Plane Hijack Case

In a dramatic and equally reckoning move Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh here on Thursday directed the state’s legal aid team to extend help to the

Indian Court to begin trial of 2 Sikh activists in 36 yrs old Hijacking Case

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted regular bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking case. The fresh trail under sedition charges will begin from July 31.

Double Jeopardy: Sikh Hijackers again put on trail in 36 years old Plane hijacking case

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking case.

Retrial Of Sikh Activists In 36 Years Old Hijack Case A Travesty Of Justice By Indian Judiciary

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking

Amarinder Singh should join Ardas at any Historic Gurdwara on June 6, says Dal Khalsa

In a written statement issued today, the Dal Khalsa asked Captain Amrinder Singh to join prayers at any of the historic gurdwara in memory of those who lost lives in the deadly attack on Darbar Sahib and 37 others gurdwaras in June 1984.

Dal Khalsa Reiterate Its Mission For Regaining Punjab’s lost Glory and Self-rule

Notwithstanding a change of the government in the Punjab, the pro freedom faction of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa held a ‘Khalsa March’ in memory of the Sikh

Dal Khalsa Releases Orignal Nanakshahi Calender (Samvat 549) From Shri Akal Takhat Sahib

In a meticulous attempt to step up its campaign to restore the original Nanakshahi Calendar, the pro-freedom Sikh party Dal Khalsa launched the year 549 calendar

Remove “Disgraced” Takhat Jathedars for Peace Within the Sikhs Said Dal Khalsa

Pro freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa has once again reiterated that the removal of SGPC appointed Jatehdars was essential for peace within the Sikhs

Sikh groups mark martyrdom day of Babbar Khalsa chief Bhai Sukhdev Singh

Activists and leaders of various religious and political organizations today observed the 24th martyrdom day of Babbar Khalsa chief commander Sukhdev Singh Babbar at his native village Dasuwal, 45 kms near Tarn Taran. The function was organized by Akhand Kirtani Jatha.

Crackdown on Sikh Activists: Sukhbir vitiating atmosphere by mis(using) police machinery, says Dal Khalsa

Slamming the state home minister Sukhbir Singh Badal for vitiating the atmosphere of Punjab to get mileage out of it, the Dal Khalsa today termed the police crackdown on the organizers of the march proposed to be taken out from Bhagta Bhai to Bagrari on July 17 against incidents of sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib as totally unjustified and unwarranted.

AKJ, Dal Khalsa, ADPP leaders meet organizers of Nov. 10 “Sarbat Khalsa”

In a bid to project united front, the section of hardliners have urged the organizers of the Sarbat Khalsa to convene it at Akal Takhat on November 30 and build a consensus on its agenda so as to make it a grand success.

Jammu police have shown their barbaric face: Dal Khalsa on police firing on Sikhs in Jammu

Pro-freedom Sikh organizations Dal Khalsa has strongly condemned the killings of a Sikh Jagjeet Singh .who was protesting against the detention of some youths by city police. Party leaders Satnam Singh and Kanwar Pal Singh said the BJP has a complete hold on Jammu administration and it was this party who nurtures hatred against Sikhs and Muslims.

Bhai Lakhwinder Singh and Bhai Shamsher Singh returns to Burail jail after completing 28 dyas parole

Chandigarh/ Ludhaina (January 26, 2014): As per information available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) Bhai Lakhwinder Singh and Bhai Shamsher Singh returned to the Chandigarh Model Jail, Burail this evening after completing 28 days parole. Duo were released on parole on December 27, 2013 after 44 days long hunger strike protest by Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa.

Members of Bandi Singhs Rihai Committee with Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa

Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa and others update on progress related to cases for permanent release of Sikh political prisoners

Mohali, Punjab (January 12, 2013): The Bandi Singhs Rihai Committee, that was formed to assist Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa during his hunger strike seeking release of 6 Sikh political prisoners recently addressed media to explain the progress in this matter since the conclusion of 44 days long hunger strike protest of Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa.

Jathedar Gurdev Singh Kaunke

Jathedar Kaunke’s murder: Dal Khasla want the killers to be brought to justice

Amritsar, Punjab (January 01, 2014): Dal Khalsa leaders remembered Jathedar Gurdev Singh Kaunka on his 21st martyrdom day today and urged Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh to use his influence over the Punjab government to the killers of former Akal Takht Jathedar Bhai Gurdev Singh Kaonke are brought to justice.

Satnam Singh Punta Sahib speaking to media persons

Sikh body demands judicial commission to expose nexus of politicians-cops-smugglers running drug racket

Amritsar, Punjab (December 30, 2013): Dal Khalsa has urged the Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal to show magnanimity, political will and seriousness to expose the unholy nexus of politicians-cops-smugglers by constituting judicial commission to probe the global drug racket, as the drug menace has reached an alarming position threatening to engulf the younger generation.

Sikh representatives at G. Amb Sahib (Ajitgarh) [November 29, 2013]

Sikh bodies supported the cause of Bhai Gurbakash Singh, who is on fast unto death

Ajitgarh/ Mohali, Punjabi (November 29, 2013): In a show of solidarity with Bhai Gurbakash Singh, the person who is on fast unto death for last 16 days, the Sikhs bodies today supported his cause and declared that their representative will also sit with him for hunger strike for one day on Dec 2 at Gurdwara Amb Sahib, Ajitgarh.

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