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AISSF demands Punjab CM's resignation over desecration of Sikh turban by Punjab Police in Mohali

Punjab Newsline Network

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

CHANDIGARH: All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) demanded resignation from Parkash Singh Badal over the disturbing incident in Mohali, state of Punjab ruled by Akali Dal (Badal) in which a young Sikh man’s turban was forcibly removed in broad day light by a police officer on the orders of another senior officer of Punjab Police.

According to Karnail Singh Peermohammad, President AISSF, Mohali incident proves that SAD (Badal) have not only failed to protect the dignity of Sikh articles of faith but they are also engaged in intentional desecration of Sikh turban.

The incident took place on March 28, 2011 when pharmacists from Punjab exercising their fundamental right gathered in Mohali for a peaceful sit-in to high light their demands. Punjab police on the orders of Badal Government first cane charged the gathering in which women were beaten mercilessly by Punjab Police. Not satisfied after beating the women, senior officers of Punjab Police then ordered the police to forcibly remove turbans of Sikhs who were present in the gathering. A footage with audio and video clearly showing a Sikh police officer order another police officer to forcibly remove a Sikh’s turban has emerged.

According to Peermohammad, forcibly removing the turban of a Sikh by the Punjab Police is insult of Sikh religion and Parkash Singh Badal as head of Punjab Government should take the legal and moral responsibility of Punjab Police’s action and should resign. The current SGPC leadership which propagates itself to be protector of Sikh rights and has met foreign governments over the issue of turban frisking should also resign from their seats for maintaining criminal silence over the outrageous desecration of Sikh religious symbol by Punjab Police, added Peermohammad.

AISSF appealed all Panthic Parties to meet on April 14, 2011 to chalk out a unanimous plan to protect the dignity and respect of Sikh articles of faith which is under by present Punjab government with the connivance of SGPC.

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So each week in dozens of Gurdwara all over the world we have sikhs fighting and pullin each others turbans of without any reaction, but when one hindu does it then all of a sudden the entire panth ro

That <banned word filter activated> who took Singh's pagri off should have his throat cut.

I hope there comes a day if they pull off our dastaars, we remove their heads. I don't like turning all "militant" but I've never seen anything like this. The way the scum copper just yanks it off.

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Although this declaration is GOOD, has anybody filed a FIR against the Policeman? A court case against the Policeman?

Internationally, which Overseas Sikh organisation is taking the matter to UNO?

We need to understand that we need to fight this legally, prompt actions must be taken ...

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The incident took place on March 28, 2011 when pharmacists from Punjab exercising their fundamental right gathered in Mohali for a peaceful sit-in to high light their demands. Punjab police on the orders of Badal Government first cane charged the gathering in which women were beaten mercilessly by Punjab Police. Not satisfied after beating the women, senior officers of Punjab Police then ordered the police to forcibly remove turbans of Sikhs who were present in the gathering. A footage with audio and video clearly showing a Sikh police officer order another police officer to forcibly remove a Sikh’s turban has emerged.

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From the news report, it appears that ‘ to insult Sikhs by removing their turbans ‘ is also the policy of senior officers of the Punjab Police now.

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I just found on Ajmer Singh Randhawa's Facebook - This is the plan of what SikhsForjustice are planning to move on this issue -

"SFJ CONDEMNS BADAL GOVERNMENT' ACTION OF DESECRATING SIKH TURBAN

Will Campaign to Declare Punjab Police as 'Terrorist Organization"

In a disturbing incident in Mohali, a young Sikh man's turban was forcibly removed in broad day light by a police officer on the orders of another senior officer of Punjab Police. The incident proves that SAD (Badal) have not only failed to protect the dignity of Sikh articles of faith but they are also engaged in intentional desecration of Sikh turban.

The incident took place on March 28, 2011 when pharmacists from Punjab exercising their fundamental right gathered in Mohali for a peaceful sit-in to high light their demands. Punjab police on the orders of Badal Government first cane charged the gathering in which women were beaten mercilessly by Punjab Police. Not satisfied after beating the women, senior officers of Punjab Police then ordered the police to forcibly remove turbans of Sikhs who were present in the gathering. Footage with audio and video clearly showing a Sikh police officer order another police officer to forcibly remove a Sikh's turban has emerged. (

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According to human rights lawyer and legal advisor to SJF Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, forcibly removing the turban of a Sikh is the worst form of religious persecution and violation of Sikh human rights, especially when it takes place in Punjab, the homeland of Sikhs under the government headed by a Sikh.

Concerned with the growing slogans of revenge for Mohali incident vocalized on the web, SFJ coordination committee appealed to the Sikh community not to take law into their hands and instead support SFJ and AISSF in perusing legal course of action over the Mohali incident.

SFJ will approach the governments of United States, Canada and European Union to declare Punjab Police as a "terrorist organization" for the recent incidents of torture in custody, extra judicial killings and blatant desecration of Sikh articles of faith in Mohali, all of which establish a practice and policy of Punjab Police of violating Sikh human rights."

That's the reason I always say - SFJ is the only organisation which does some action.

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I suppose the police will fabricate a story about the Singh being a troublemaker to justify their despicable behaviour. However even if he was messing around, you do NOT remove his turban.

Or probably there we had to do that as there was some Explosive inside the Turban?

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For all the doubters out there who think it's not easy to remove a Pagh - Nok style, just watch the start of this.

Being Tyar bar Tyar means in every sense! Starting with a good solid Jeevan and a secure dastaar such as a Dumalla, one with a Boonga, keski underneath would help or learning how Sikh's in the world wars used to tie them. Paitiala/Nok style paghs weren't made for battle, but having it remain on your head depends on your Jeevan and Kirpa as some of the top Kharkoo's used to adorn these style turbans when on the hunt for Paapi's.

Goli Maro

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