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World Human Rights Day 2014

World Human Rights Day: Where are our dear ones? Victims families of ‘involuntary disappearances’ ask the Indian state

Asserting that gross human rights abuses committed in Punjab since 1982 were not random but have been carried out as a matter of (India) state policy, the Dal Khalsa along with family members of victims of state repression will approach the United States president Barack Obama during his forthcoming visit to India on 26th Jan, 2015.

Indian Constitution Denies recognition to “Sikhism” As Religion – AISSF To Campaign change in Article 25

AISSF today led a candle light march in Jalandhur, Punjab to mark World Human Rights Day and took the opportunity to lambast India’s appalling human rights record. Citing the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Sikhs and other minorities as a result of state terrorism since the 1980s, the protestors also pointed to the bewildering array of fundamental international human rights legal standards which India openly defies.

‘OUTJUSTICED – the untold story’ – Documentary on Human Rights Abuses in Punjab

Sikh Siyasat today released it’s first documentary titled ‘OUTJUSTICED - the untold story’ on the eve of 66th Human Rights day. Early 1990s period in Punjab was marred by blatant, widespread and systematic human rights abuses by Indian security forces. Illegal confinement, torture, custodial killings, enforced disappearances, fake encounters and secret cremations had become common policing practice. ...

AISSF (Peermohammad) to hold candle light vigil in solidarity with Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa

All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) led by Karnail Singh Peermohammad has announced to hold a ‘candle light vigil’ in Jalandhar in support of Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa who is on hunger strike since 14th of November 2014.

Kashmiri human rights lawyer to address Dal Khalsa’s Dec 10 Amritsar rally on World Human Rights Day

Prominent award-winning human rights activist from Kashmir Mr Parvez Imroz will address the Dal Khalsa function being organized on 66th World Human Rights Day at Amritsar on Dec 10.

Dal Khalsa calls assembly of family members of state repression on Dec 10 in Amritsar

In a bid to revive the dying hopes for justice, the Dal Khalsa has decided to organize assembly of family members whose near and dear ones were disappeared in police custody or killed in fake encounter by security forces during the heydays of armed struggle in Punjab.

Dal Khalsa to hold protest rally against flagrant human rights violations including forced disappearances

Commemorating 66th World Human Rights day, the Dal Khalsa will hold a rally and march against forced disappearances, fake encounters, illegal detentions and inhuman torture in Punjab since 1984.