Sikhs Intensify Khalistan Movement for Independence

By Sajjad Shaukat India which, apparently, claims to be the largest democracy, acting upon the principles of liberalism and secularism has broken all the records of mistreatment of religious minorities by acceleration of violence, genocide and massacre, perpetrated on various ethnic and religious groups. Since Narendar Modi, the leader of the ruling party BJP became the Indian Prime Minister, he started imp ...

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Indian Deep State Attempts Against Sikh Community

By Sajjad Shaukat Indian deep state seems to be scared of increasing activities of Sikhs community. To neutralize the growing activities of the community, an orchestrated campaign is under way to term these activities as Pakistan sponsored. Recently, Chief Minister of Indian Punjab Capt (R) Amarinder Singh has alleged that Pakistan dropped weapons inside Indian Punjab through drones for Sikh terror groups, ...

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US Sikh Leaders condemn Kotkapura incidents

Washington, DC October 15, 2015: US Sikh leaders have condemned the recent Police action in Kotkapura which led to 2 deaths and several dozens injured seriously. Dr. Rajwant Singh, Chairman of the Sikh Council on Religion and Education and Inderpaul Singh Gadh, Chairman of the Guru Gobind Singh Foundation laid the blame squarely on the Punjab Government of Parkash Singh Badal for mishandling of a very sensi ...

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Sikhs Community – Rights Group To Challenge Dismissal In US Court of Appeals

Case of "Witness Tampering" Not of "Mistaken Identity" - Claims SFJ Rights group will take the human rights violation case against CM Badal to the US Court of Appeals asking for a remand to depose CM Badal personally before a US Federal Judge on the issue of the service of summons. In its May 17 order, the US District Court in Wisconsin ruled that Badal was never served with the court summons as being claim ...

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Wisconsin Attack Has Troubling Echoes For Many Sikhs

By THE NEW YORK TIMES For Sikhs in the United States, India and elsewhere, the killing of six people at a gurudwara, or Sikh temple, in Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon has brought grief and sorrow but also concern that the rampage might be the latest example of a hate crime against Sikhs on American soil in the decade since the 9/11 attacks. The police have not yet offered a motive for Sunday’s attack, which ...

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