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British Police Raids Connected to Indian Police Lacking Evidence Against Jagtar Singh Jaggi, says Sikh Federation UK

Several days ago West Midlands police co-ordinated early morning raids on the homes of six Sikh activists in Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester and London.

Sikh Federation UK Reiterates Demand for Public Inquiry into British Role in Sikh Genocide 1984

The Sikh Federation UK reiterated its demand for public inquiry into British role in June 1984 Indian Army attack on Darbar Sahib Amritsar, which marks the biggening of third Ghallughara of Sikh History.

UK Sikh Body Accuses British Authorities for Treating Jagtar Singh Johal as Second Class Citizen

A three day Sikh convention expected to attract in excess of 10,000 Sikhs begins today at Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Willenhall in the West Midlands.

UK Sikhs Demand Tough Action Against Badal and Saini After Justice Ranjit Singh Commission’s Revelations

The Sikh Council UK facilitated an open community wide Panthic meeting inviting all Gurdwaras, Sikh organisations and individual members of the Sikh community.

Conservative Government Turning Blind Eye to Hate Crimes Targeting Sikhs and Gurdwaras: Sikh Federation UK

At around 5 am on Aug. 28 Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Edinburgh was subject to a petrol bomb attack. Whilst no-one was injured the fire caused extensive smoke damage to the Gurdwara building.

Sikh Body Want Rahul Gandhi’s Host British MPs to Condemn His Denial of Congress Involvement in Sikh Genocide 1984

The Sikh Federation (UK) is asking constituents to question any MPs present at an event in the Grand Committee Room in Westminster last Friday and to urge the MPs concerned to condemn Rahul Gandhi for his outrageous and offensive denial of Congress involvement in the 1984 Sikh Genocide.

Metropolitian Police Admits Failings During 1984 Sikh Genocide Remembrance March in London

On 4 June the day after the 1984 Sikh Genocide Remembrance March and Freedom Rally in central London the Sikh Federation (UK) wrote to Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London and Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.

On 40th Foundation Day, Pro-Freedom Sikh Group Expresses Determination for Khalistan

As Dal Khalsa completes its 40-year struggle for Sikh sovereignty, the organisation held a conference in the city where it was launched on 13 August 1978.

Pro-India Demonstrators Reported to Metropolitan Police for “Spreading Hate” Directed at Sikh Community

The Indian authorities having failed to pressure the UK authorities to deny permission for the London Declaration Referendum 2020 event organised by Sikhs For Justice tried to get pro-India groups to stage a counter-protest.

Permission Denied to Pro-India Rally to Counter London Declaration in Trafalgar Square

In a statement issued today, the Sikh Federation UK said that London's administration has denied permissions to pro-India rally in London.

Sikh Federation UK Responds to The Times’ Sensational Coverage [Full Text of Letter]

The Sikh Federation (UK) said in a written release issued today that it has written to the Sunday Times responding to an article published on August 5 with the sensational headline “Assassination suspect plans Sikh separatist rally in Britain”.

Sikh Groups Engage in War of Words Over Letter to SFJ Questioning Referendum 2020

The joint letter written by Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) and Dal Khalsa to Sikhs For Justice seeking clarity on questions related to so-termed "Referendum 2020" has triggered war of words amongst the Sikh activists.

UK Sikh Body Welcomes British Government’s Decision to Back Off On Anti-Caste Discrimination Legislation

The UK government yesterday concluded that caste discrimination does not require separate legislation and said it can be covered as part of emerging case law in the country. The Sikh Federation (UK) lobbied for this outcome and responded to the consultation last July.

Sikhs close to securing Sikh ethnic tick box for Census 2021

London: In the Census 2011 more than 83,000 Sikhs rejected all the existing ethnic tick boxes, including ‘Indian’ and chose instead to tick ‘other’ and ...

Declassified Secret Documents Reveal British Government Snubbed Sikh Voice After November 1984 Sikh Genocide

Recently declassified secret British documents reveal that the British complicity with Indian government in latter's evil designs against the Sikhs did not ended with Indian Army attack on Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) and other Sikh Gurdwaras in June 1984.

Jagtar Singh Johal’s Case: Over 70 UK MPs Shot Letter to British PM Theresa May

Over 70 British MPs have written a letter British PM Theresa May demanding urgent statement in Parliament from British Foreign Secretary in Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi’s case.

Afghanistan Election Aspirant Awtar Singh Khalsa Among Those Killed in Blast; Sikh bodies condemn attack

A deadly suicide bomb attack on Sikhs in Jalalabad city of Afghanistan has shook the global Sikh community.

Labour MPs Ask Theresa May to Release Secret Files on British Role in June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Darbar Sahib

British Labour MPs are calling on their Government to immediately release Cabinet Office files on the “1984 Amritsar Massacre” (Ghallughara June 1984), following a judge’s decision to declassify the secret papers.

UK Authorities Deny Opportunity to Jagtar Singh Jaggi’s Family to Meet Legal Counsel

British authorities have virtually denied opportunity to Jagtar Singh Jaggi's family to meet their lawyer in UK to discuss the course of Jaggi's defence.

Senior Punjab Police Officers Allegedly Involved in Torturing British Citizen Jagtar Singh Johal

It is learnt that names of senior Punjab police officers, including a DIG and two SSPs are also involved in relation to alleged torture on arrested Scottish Sikh citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi.

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