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Protest in London, FRIDAY 23rd March, against the hanging of Balwant Singh Rajoana who helped bring justice to the Chief Minister of Punjab (the killer of hundreds of young Sikhs). Bhai Sahib is giving up his life because of his decision to stop a mass murderer

This protest has been organised by YOUTH sangat and we encourage ALL the youth to attend, give their views and support!

Opposite- High Commission of India,

India House,




Do not sit back while the gems of the Panth continue to be taken from us.

PLEASE spread the word and if possible, speak to your local gurudwaras about arranging a coach/transport!



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A benti, keep it unified and leave out controversy and keep a unified goal with Bhai Sahib at heart.

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^That's the plan

We are not affiliated with any specific organisation. Our ONLY goal is the imposition of JUSTICE in India and the ABOLITION of the Death Penalty

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This needs to be advertised on tv and texts need to go out

Yes and this needs to be in the main events section.

Try and get local Gurdwara's to arrange coaches to this.

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