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25th Anniversary 1984: Call Of Duty For Sikhs(please Help The Cause)

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Everyday we perform across gurdwaras worldwide by remembering our shaheeds ("Jina Singh Singhnia de Sis Dite") to mark the greatness of sikhi and keep the spirit alive. But when it comes to present day scenario 1984 anti sikh riots is a big blot which sikhs have not been able to give a befitting reply to. One man (with Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji's) stood against the wind.

(Bhai) Jarnail Singh (Journalist) put his life, job and everything at stake to get matter highlighted in the insensitive years of Indian Govt and tell the world about it. The (shoe hurling) and efforts of Panth thereafter resulted positive and guilty were denied election tickets.

Khalsa Ji, now (Bhai) Jarnail Singh (Journalist) is on his second mission to reveal the black days and true stories of 1984 anti sikh riots in delhi where over 3,000 sikhs were butchered in a single night. This is an effort to document history right and bring truth to us and our coming generations ahead and the rest of the world.

He has given and excellent speech and expressed his thoughts which can be found here:

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfwSSZHiqIE

or see below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfwSSZHiqIE

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSxQfHrkX9A

or see below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSxQfHrkX9A

The book will be published in English is "I accuse anti sikh violence of 1984" in punjabi "1984 sikh qatleaam da sach" and in hindi it is "kab kategi chaurasi". Hindi and English publishers are done. Punjabi books and its (printing, distribution) is the one he requires your help for.

His contact is:

Phone: +91-9999220024

Email: jarnailsingh16@gmail.com

Web Page: http://www.jarnailsingh.in

Please ask him how you can help in bringing maximum books in Punjabi. (The cost per book outside India is $10.)..Please contribute your Dasvand.. Its now or never!

Note: Please also find attached book brief in Punjabi

Also if you want to print the above article and spread it in local sangat and gurdwaras link is: http://www.sikhiwallpapers.com/news/617/25th-anniversary-1984/print/

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Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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