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  1. JAMMU & KASHMIR (May 2, 2015)—Situation turned tense after the local Brahmin Sabha forcibly tried to take possession of Gurdwara Sahib Singh Sabha in Kishtwar, Kashmir. It has been learnt that some persons forbicly broke locks of some Gurdwara Sahib rooms and threatened family members of the sevadars. Belongings from some of the Gurdwara rooms were thrown out, along with religious articles. SSP of Kishtwar has promised to take swift action against the accused and promised to arrest them immediately. Local Sikhs have termed the act of sacrilege as cowardly and highly outrageous. A press conference was organized at the Press Club of Jammu yesterday in which Tarlochan Singh Wazir of State Gurdwara Board said that the act of violence at a historical Gurdwara needs to be dealt with seriousness. Wazir stated that yesterday, on April 30, 2015, some miscreants entered the Gurdwara after breaking locks and thrashed the Granthi. Wazir said that violent acts have continued against the Gurdwara and its sevadars since years. He informed that a case has already been filed against one Chander Kant who has in past tried to create trouble at the Gurdwara Sahib. He added that inaction in the case allowed the miscreants to enter the Gurdwara forcibly and throw out the belongings. The SGPC has condemned the incident and called for a strict action against the accused. History Guru Nanak Sahib stayed here at a garden of sidhas known as ‘Sidhian di Bagichi’ and had discourses with religious leaders. A Gurdwara Sahib was established here in 1916 later on by Bhai Sahib Sher Singh Kashmir. SIKH24
  2. just_someone

    Sikhs Shot And Injured Panjab

    Vaheguruji Very worrying news coming from Panjab, Bhai Amrik Singh Ji Ajnala (Mukh Sevadar Damdami Taksaal) has been shot and injured by the Panjab police. Over 20 other Gursikhs have been shot too, some are in critical condition. The news is skechy at the moment, a Jatha of Gusikhs went to help local sikhs in Taran Taran Sahib where a cult was threating the local villgers. Bhai Amrik Singh Ajnala has on countless times risked his life to stop beadbi of Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and to stood up to injustices against the local population. The Panjab police open fire on the Sikhs and were helping the cult follower in attacking the sikhs. As we have seen countless times the Sikhs are treated worse then animals. The rule of law is for others and not sikhs who stand up for justice. A benti to everyone is to read Sri Chaupai Sahib Paath and do Ardas for the Chardi Kala of the injured sikhs. The Singhs at the Gurdwara Sahib have done 5 Singh Ardaas and Degh for the Chardi Kala of the injured Gursikhs. May Guru Sahib keep Bhai Amrik Singh Ji in Chardi Kala and good health so he can continue to lead the Sikhs against the corrupt state.
  3. A tale of two hijackers – One gets Congress ticket for fourth time and other is India’s most wanted. Jalandhar, Punjab: The candidature of a former hijacker Bhola Pandey from Salempur constituency of UP by Congress for the fourth time in a row has given handle to Sikh group Dal Khalsa to draw comparison between the treatment meted out to him and Dal Khalsa leader Gajinder Singh, who hijacked an Indian Airline plane and who is on India’s most wanted list. Recently a compilation of Gajinder Singh’s poems was released in Amritsar by Dal Khalsa. “The diametrically opposite approach adapted by the government and Congress in both the cases reveals double standards and discriminative approach which further resulted in deepening the alienation of struggling peoples from the Indian mainstream,” said Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwarpal Singh. “Congress rewarded Pandey for hijacking the Indian plane to seek the release of late Indira Gandhi during Janta regime and the case against him was also dropped but our leader Gajinder Singh has been declared a “hardcore terrorist” for hijacking the Indian plane to seek the release of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale in 1981,” he said. Bhola Pandey and his friend Devandar Nath Pandey hijacked IA flight no IC 410 on 20 Dec 1978 and were released shortly. Since then Pandey was being awarded with Congress tickets first for assembly and then for Lok Sabha. Around three years later Gajinder Singh along with four Dal Khalsa activists hijacked IA flight from Delhi to Srinagar on 29 September 1981 and landed in Lahore where they were caught in commando action by Pakistani forces. But since 1978 Pandey is enjoying the state’s privilege while Gajinder Singh served 14 years detention and is living in exile facing hardships since his release in November 1994. He said both the cases had striking similarities as in both the cases hijackers did not posses weapons, they did not harm any passengers and the hijacking act was to register the protest and seek the release of their respective leaders. “The only difference was that Pandey did it for the sake of Congress leader where as Gajinder Singh did for Sikh leader. Pandey was loyal to Gandhi family while Gajinder Singh’s loyalty was towards Sikhs and Bhindranwale. And this difference turned out to be a big difference,” he said. “Pandey was perceived and projected as “hero” and on the other hand Gajinder Singh was declared most wanted “terrorist” by successive Indian governments. Even today his name figures in the list of most wanted persons. “”This is the classic example that proves beyond doubt that India is not a secular country, “” claimed the Dal Khalsa leader. This discriminative approach of Congress leadership also proved that the country is not governed as per rule of law but by law of rulers. Congress government was still seeking his extradition despite the fact that he had served 14 years behind the bars for hijacking while Pandey was being allotted ticket in every election. Source: TOI http://sikhsangat.org/2014/a-tale-of-two-hijackers-one-gets-congress-ticket-for-fourth-time-and-other-is-indias-most-wanted/
  4. Breaking News: 1 Day Before Independence Day, The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the review petition for Professor Devender Pal Singh Bhullar. Read More:http://dailysikhupdates.com/2013/08/14/supreme-court-rejects-prof-bhullars-plea/
  5. This pro-indian terrorist congress party dog loves to bark but was crying like a <banned word filter activated> and begging the indian government a few months ago not to take away his special VIP protection LOL
  6. FB Event: http://www.facebook.com/​events/332837380121105/ Youtube Promo: Poster: http://www.flickr.com/​photos/1guk/7232915456/in/​photostream Event Information: http://www.1guk.com/event/​1g-injustice-tour-june-2012 1G UK Present, Two Talks on "Injustice -- a story for every Sikh must hear" in West and East London. This Talk will look at the Injustices faced by the Sikh Community in India, focusing not just on 1984 but since the British Raaj. The talker, a young and vibrant individual, will provide a very thought provoking and emotional account of the Sikh Story. West London (Slough) - Tuesday 5th June 2012 -- 7pm Ramgarhia Community Centre Woodland Avenue, Slough SL13BU East London (Barking) -- Thursday 7th June 2012 -- 7.30pm Barking Gurdwara 100 North Street Essex IG11 8JD For More Information, future event bookings or Seva please contact: info@1guk.com | 1gseva@gmail.com | FB: one-G seva West London: 07783592953 East London: 07403321602 A must attend event, for all Sikhs. 1G UK is a London Based Organisation, spreading Sikhism to normal Sikhs in easy and accessible methods. You can find out about us more here: http://www.1guk.com/​about-1g
  7. FB Event: http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/events/332837380121105/?context=create Youtube Promo: Poster: http://www.flickr.com/photos/1guk/7232915456/in/photostream Event Information: http://www.1guk.com/event/1g-injustice-tour-june-2012 1G UK Present, Two Talks on “Injustice – a story for every Sikh must hear” in West and East London. This Talk will look at the Injustices faced by the Sikh Community in India, focusing not just on 1984 but since the British Raaj. The talker, a young and vibrant individual, will provide a very thought provoking and emotional account of the Sikh Story. West London (Slough) - Tuesday 5th June 2012 – 7pm Ramgarhia Community Centre Woodland Avenue, Slough SL13BU East London (Barking) – Thursday 7th June 2012 – 7.30pm Barking Gurdwara 100 North Street Essex IG11 8JD For More Information, future event bookings or Seva please contact: info@1guk.com | 1gseva@gmail.com | FB: one-G seva West London: 07783592953 East London: 07403321602 A must attend event, for all Sikhs. 1G UK is a London Based Organisation, spreading Sikhism to normal Sikhs in easy and accessible methods. You can find out about us more here: http://www.1guk.com/about-1g
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