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UK: Two 1984 Related Sikh Websites Turn Inaccessible After Police Raids

As per media reports emanating from England West Midlands police conducted raids on certain properties as part of their investigation into allegations of "extremist activities" in India.

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 Gatka Federation Organises 6th National Gatka Championship at Slough

In order to induct Gatka into the Olympics by making the game more popular in all spectrum of sports arena, UK Gatka Federation organised 6th National Gatka Championship at Sikh Sports Center, Slough.

Sikh Council UK Facilitates Panthic Meeting: Resolutions Adopted Regarding Beadbi Panel Report, Rahul Gandhi’s Denial of Sikh Genocide

Sikh Council UK facilitated a community wide meeting of representatives from Sikh Gurdwaras and organisations at Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick 2nd September 2018.

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.

Arson Attack on Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in Edinburgh; Sikh Council UK Expresses Concerns

Sikh Council UK strongly condemns the suspected arson attack that took place at Guru Nanak Gurdwara Edinburgh early Tuesday morning (Aug. 29).

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.

British MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi Gets Support from Punjab BJP Chief on Amritsar to London Direct Flight

Visiting British MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi (Slough) met Rajya Sabha MP and BJP state unit chief Shwait Malik in Jalandhar.

UK MP Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi Calls on Indian Ministers for London to Amritsar Direct Flights

Sikh MP from England Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi on Wednesday (August 22) called Indian Ministers Vijay Sampla and Jayant Sinha in New Delhi to impress upon the government for connecting the holy city Amritsar with Europe through direct flights from Sri Guru Ramdas International Airport Amritsar.

Kuldip Brar London Attack Case: Bibi Hardeep Kaur Released on 12 Week’s Parole

Sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment in a case related to attack on former Indian Army official Kuldip Brar, a Sikh political prisoner Bibi Hardeep Kaur was yesterday released on parole for 12 weeks.

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.

Dumbarton’s MP Seeks Meeting with British Foreign Secretary over Jagtar Singh Jaggi’s Detention

Dumbarton’s MP has written to the newly-appointed British foreign secretary to ask him to offer his full support to the family of Jagtar Singh Johal who has been imprisoned in India for the past nine months.

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.

Referendum 2020: Full Audio Recording of Resolutions Adopted During London Declaration

Sikhs for Justice held it's "London Declaration" event today. The event as held at Trafalgar Square in London despite India's objections.

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) Adopts 3 Resolution During London Declaration

Sikhs for Justice held it's "London Declaration" event today. The event as held at Trafalgar Square in London despite India's objections.

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 Body Raises 1984 Disclosures and Jagtar Singh Johal Issue with British Minister for Faith

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Minister for Faith Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth attended Sikh Council UK offices in Leamington Spa with senior officials from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government yesterday.

UK Gurdwaras Support Separate Sikh Ethnic Group Tick Box in British Census

In just one week in September 2017, nearly 140 MPs from across the political spectrum signed a letter to John Pullinger, Chief Executive of the UK Statistics Authority, who is also responsible for the Office for National Statistics (ONS), calling for the inclusion of Sikh as an ethnic group, as well as a religion, on the 2021 census form.

UK Foreign Secretary Resigned Before Meeting Jagtar Singh Johal’s Family

Just weeks before his meeting with Jagtar Singh Johal's family in Dumbarton,Scotland was going to take place UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson resigned from his position in the Government. Jagtar Singh Johal's family in UK struggled for 8 months to fix this meeting cum discussion with Boris to discuss the torture and act of harassment with Jagtar Singh in custody of the Indian police.

Sikh Youth Groups to Launch “Criminalising Dissent” Report in Southall on July 28

The Sikh Liberation Front (SLF) and National Sikh Youth Federation (NSYF) have announced to release a report titled Criminalizing Dissent: Repression of Sikhs in Indian-Occupied Punjab in Southall on July 28.

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