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1984 Sikh Genocide

“Kaurnama: The Untold Story of Shaheed Sikh Women” Released at London Freedom Rally

Thousands of Sikhs from across the United Kingdom convened in London on June 16 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Teeja Ghallughara, the June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) and other Sikh Gurdwaras.

Thousands of UK Sikhs Mark 40 Years of June 1984; Hold Freedom Rally in London

Thousands of Sikhs on Sunday (16th June 2024) marked the 40th anniversary of the June 1984 Sikh Genocide by marching through London and holding a Freedom Rally in Trafalgar Square.  The first march and rally took place in London 40 years ago on 10 June 1984.  

Labour Calls for Inquiry into UK’s Role in June 1984 Attack on Darbar Sahib

Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner and Labour candidate for Coventry South, Zarah Sultana, have called for an inquiry into Britain’s involvement in the June 1984 attack by Indian army on the Darbar Sahib and Akal Takht Sahib in Amritsar, marking the 40th anniversary of June 1984.

Sikhs Gathering at Akal Takht Marks 40 Years of June 1984 “Teeja Ghallughara”

The 40th anniversary of Teeja Ghallughara was observed through the annual "Ghallughara Samagam" held at Akal Takht Sahib, where Sikh sangat and representatives of various Sikh organizations congregated in large numbers.

New Book “Rajghat Te Hamla” to be Released at Gurmat Samagam Commemorating Teeja Ghallughara 

A new book titled “Rajghat Te Hamla” is set to be unveiled during a significant Gurmat Samagam at Village Kotbhara in the upcoming days.

Revised Edition of “Sikh Genocide 1984” Book Launched

A revised second edition book titled “Sikh Nasalkushi 1984” (Sikh Genocide 1984) is recently released by Bibekgarh Parkashan. Edited by Sikh Siyasat News editor Parmjeet Singh Gazi and Sikh researcher Ranjeet Singh, this book tracks the footprints of genocidal violence against Sikhs across India during 1984.

Stages of Genocide and 1984 Sikh Genocide : Speech of Parmjeet Singh Gazi at Punjabi University

A seminar was organized by Sath at Punjabi University Patiala on November 17, 2022 to commemorate the Sikh Genocide of November 1984. On this occasion, S. Parmjeet Singh Gazi, presented a paper on the topic of 'Stages of Genocide and Sikh Genocide 1984'.

How and Why Sikhs Should Remember November 1984 Sikh Genocide? Why Is It Important?

Sikh Jatha Malwa (SJM) organized a remembrance event to mark 38th anniversary of 1984 Sikh Genocide in India. A samagam was held at Gurdwara Nankiana Sahib (Sangrur) on 1 November 2022 in this regard.

How Those Responsible for November 1984 Were Brought to Justice As Per Khalsa Tradition?

Sikh Jatha Malwa (SJM) organized a remembrance event to mark 38th anniversary of 1984 Sikh Genocide in India. A samagam was held at Gurdwara Nankiana Sahib (Sangrur) on 1 November 2022 in this regard.

November 1984 Sikh Genocide in India: How and Why It Should Be Remembered and Recognised?

Students of Guru Nanak Dev University, Sri Amritsar held a remembrance event on 37th anniversary of November 1984 Sikh Genocide.

Limitations of Indian Law and Sikh Genocide 1984: Parmjeet Singh Gazi

Students of Guru Nanak Dev University, Sri Amritsar held a remembrance event on 37th anniversary of November 1984 Sikh Genocide. The event organised by students organisation "Sath" was held at university campus based Gurdwara Sahib on 8 November, 2021. Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh Gazi addressed students during this event.

November 1984 Sikh Genocide in India: How and Why It Should Be Remembered and Recognised?

Students of Guru Nanak Dev University, Sri Amritsar held a remembrance event on 37th anniversary of November 1984 Sikh Genocide. The event organised by students organisation "Sath" was held at university campus based Gurdwara Sahib on 8 November, 2020. Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh Gazi addressed students during this event.

New Jersey Senate Passes Resolution Recognising the Fact of Sikh Genocide 1984

The Senate of New Jersey has adopted a resolution recognising the fact of '1984 Sikh Genocide'. The Senate Resolution Number 142 was introduced in senate by Senator Stephen M. Sweeney on January 6, 2022. It was adopted by voice vote on January 10, 2022. The resolution condemns November 1984 anti-Sikh violence in India as "genocide".

New Book Tracks the Footprints of the 1984 Sikh Genocide Across India

A new book titled “Sikh Nasalkushi 1984” (Sikh Genocide 1984) tracks the footprints of genocidal violence against Sikhs across India during 1984. Sikhs were subjected to genocidal violence and massacres across India after the execution of the then Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi on 31 October 1984.

New Book Documents Details of 65 Sikh Gurdwaras Attacked by Indian Army in June 1984

In June 1984 the Indian state launched armed attack on Sikhs and targeted Sikh Gurdwaras across Punjab and adjoining state. A new book penned by ...

International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) to Host Session on Sikh Genocide

International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) is going to hold IAGS 2021 Conference from 18 to 23 July at University of Barcelona. A session on Sikh genocide will also be hosted during this conference, which will be attended by genocide scholars, academicians, researchers and human rights activists from across the globe.

Connecticut Governor Commemorates Nov. 1984 Remembrance Day in the State Capitol

The 2018 Bill introduced by State Senator Cathy Osten and State Representative Kevin Ryan and signed by Governor Dan Malloy passed unanimously, commemorating every year, Nov 1st, as a Sikh Genocide Remembrance Day.

Open Wagha Border for Free Trade and Lift Restrictions on People’s Movement : Dal Khalsa

To commemorate 55th Punjab day, the Dal Khalsa today held a rally to highlight contentious issues related to denial of rights and Punjab’s destiny beside farmer’s distress.

Story of Hindu Journalist who went to Sant Bhindranwale’s House on 6 June 1984

On 6 June 1984, the day when Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale attainted martyrdom, a Hindu journalist named Sanjay Suri went to Sant Bhindranwale’s home in village Rode in Moga district of Punjab.

SCI Denies Interim Bail to ‘Sikh Genocide 1984’ Convict Sajjan Kumar

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) today refused to grant interim bail to Indian politician Sajjan Kumar. Former Parliamentarian Sajjan Kumar was convicted in a case related to November 1984 Sikh Genocide.

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