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By the way, we Sikhs should proactively stop any organisation using the word Akali in their name or title unless they have full permission from the whole panth.

I think words like Akali, Sikh, the 11 Gurus names from Guru Nanak Dev Ji to Guru Granth Sahib Ji, or Vaheguru, or any Sikh Specific words should be in some way copyrighted or protected by us Sikhs in some way !!!

We should not let people like this hijack our names and titles to just discredit us.

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Agreed.

Akali Dal (B) and Akali Dal International should strip Akali from their organizations.

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This is just a typical Asian response. I don't think there is any sinister plot by hindutva or GOI agents to defame Sikhs. Those idio ts did that by themselves. Why are so many members on this forum so paraniod about India.

Lets look at it from a hypothetical scenario. If the unfortunate massacre in Wisconsin haopend in India the majority of the members here would blame it on Indian govt. and will think burning Indian flags abroad is ok. But as it was in the US well it was a lone gun man and lets not hate on officials. Why can't same logic be used against the guys in the pictures. They are acting alone the GOI I doubt has told them to burn US flags as in the long run it makes India look bad infront of the US as India does try to brown nose US alot.

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Great post Mahan Singh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Please post the link of the article if possible or a larger picture so it's easier to share.

I have isolated this article (advertisement) from the newspaper. It is in Punjabi. I did not see that ad in any English media newspaper. I could not enlarge its size. However if you click on the picture (the article) it will enlarge the whole page - (most of it has been rendered blank except that article). Then scroll the page down. You will find it on the bottom right hand of them page.

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Also a statement from Simranjit Singh Mann.

August 7,2012

Press released :-

Chandigarh, Dated 7 August 2012

We note with great sadness the tragedy that has befallen the Oak Creek Gurudwara Sahib Sangat. Senseless killing is an abhorrent crime against humanity. We are very impressed that the United States and the state of Wisconsin has launched an immediate enquiry into the killing and is treating the incident as a case of domestic terrorism. We view this swift action with awe. Contrary to the action taken by the United States and its constituent states, the Genocide of the Sikhs has been covered up and swept under the carpet, here in India. The pogrom unleashed by the state in New Delhi in 1984, and the countless extra judicial killings of Sikhs carried out by the armed and police forces of India have not been taken cognizance of.

Extra judicial killings of particular note include that of Jathedar Gurdev Singh Koanke, a senior Jathedar of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar), whose torture and death is detailed in the report filed by DGP B. P. Tiwari (seewww.shiromaniakalidalamritsar.com). As is the case of Sardar Jaswant Singh Khalra of the Akali Dal (Badal) who was investigating the case of unidentified cremations conducted in Police District's of Taran Tarn, Majithia and Amritsar (see

).

We also learnt that Ms. Tina Dhaliwal's wedding was to take place at Gurudwara Sahib, Oak Creek, Wisconsin. We believe that performing Anand Karaj is a great responsibility and view with pride and joy the growth of our community.

The wedding of Ms. Dhaliwal has become a function of huge proportions and is being called a power wedding. This wedding is being attended by the high command of the Akali Dal (Badal) who have recently appointed Shri. Sumedh Singh Saini as DGP. Shri. Sumedh Singh Saini was responsible for the extra judicial killings of Sikhs and has been the right hand man of KPS Gill who was ceremoniously welcomed back to the Punjab Police headquarters in Chandigarh by Shri. Sumedh Saini, under the current Akali Dal (Badal) government. Shri. Saini was implicated in murder and loot cases and has a number of cases and investigations ongoing into his acquisition of property by forceable means. It is pertinent to mention that the Akali Dal (Badal) had also fielded Shri. Azhar Alam, IPS, former SSP Majithia, who was also responsible for the extra judicial killings of many Sikhs, as its candidate from Malerkotla. Due to the hue and cry created by the people who were murdered under Shri. Azhar Alam's tenure the party fielded Alam's wife instead. It can be seen from these actions, along with the fact that the Akali Dal (Badal's) choice of partner in the ultra nationalist, right wing party BJP whose poster boy is the mass murderer Narender Modi, that the Akali Dal (Badal) has a party to the Indian states genocide of the Sikh's.

Keeping these facts in mind we urge the Guru Sangat of the United States, the State of Wisconsin and the United States to tread with caution in allowing members of the high command of the Akali Dal (Badal) to be a party to this recently massacred precent. Having those who have elevated Sumedh Saini and Azhar Alam to positions of Executive and Legislative power, instead of bringing them to justice under law, to Oak Creek will set a bad precedent to any notion of justice for the Sikhs.

The United States has also taken a strong position against corruption, and it is no secret that Darshan Singh Dhaliwal is under the scanner of the FBI for his corrupt business dealings. It should be noted by the United States and the State of Wisconsin that members of the Akali Dal (Badal), especially it's Patron, his late wife and its President have been under investigation of corruption.

WE also believe that in a time of drought in the State of Punjab, when the Chief Minister is demanding Rs. 2,800+ crore in aid from the centre, it is an act of extreme insensitivity, and low morals to go reveling out to see the Olympic games in the UK and thence to party in the USA.

Simranjit Singh Mann,

President,

Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar)

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This is just a typical Asian response. I don't think there is any sinister plot by hindutva or GOI agents to defame Sikhs. Those idio ts did that by themselves. Why are so many members on this forum so paraniod about India.

Lets look at it from a hypothetical scenario. If the unfortunate massacre in Wisconsin haopend in India the majority of the members here would blame it on Indian govt. and will think burning Indian flags abroad is ok. But as it was in the US well it was a lone gun man and lets not hate on officials. Why can't same logic be used against the guys in the pictures. They are acting alone the GOI I doubt has told them to burn US flags as in the long run it makes India look bad infront of the US as India does try to brown nose US alot.

This 'International Akal Dal' and especially that man with the two swords has been brought out regularly over the past many years when the Indian Govt wants the Sikhs to look bad. He is usually burning Pakistani flags. What is this 'Internationi Akali Dal' do they do anything in India apart from these Government sponsored protests?

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Is his National Akali Dal the same as Shiromani Akali Dal of Badal? currently there are many factions of the Akali dal.

These guys seem to be from Delhi.

National Akali Dal is totally different to Badal Dal but Congress use the puppet to discredit Sikhs + Badal Dal

Even Congress there are more than form of Congress Party so after 9/11 Badal could have gotten his stooges to burn the stars + stripes with anti-america placards in the name of Hindustan Congress Party but even he is above doing something so low down

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That funny guy only dance in front of cameras for the past one decade. Akali dal (b) is not linked with the fake created international akali dal. I am sure that he is pet of someone.

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These stooges should see things in perspective -

contrasting this incident to govt sponsored 84 riots

2012 - police sustained injuries and took out the assailant , 1984 - police first systematically disarmed the sikhs then helped the mobs in every way possible

2012 - obama delivered a nationwide speech on how sad the incident was and then ordered us flags to fly at half staff worldwide, 1984- Rajiv gandhi in his first press interview remarked - when a big tree falls earth shakes (implying when a monumental leader like mrs gandhi dies , some collateral damage is bound to happen)

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Source: http://www.examiner....-demand-apology

Sikh Americans decry American Flag burning in India and demand apology

August 11, 2012

By: Amrik Singh

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SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10, 2012 - Sikh Americans highly appreciate the overwhelming public support and the response of the US Government, Law Enforcement, and the US media to the white Supremacist’s attack on a Sikh Gurdwara in Oak Creek Wisconsin. Sikh Americans have never lagged behind in showing deep respect to American values and the US Flag despite facing random attacks against their identity. They believe it happens mostly out of ignorance. The President of Oak Creek Gurdwara, one of the six victims, had American flag in his front yard that showed his attachment to the symbol of freedom.

But in India, a staged incident of burning American flag has invited the wrath of Sikh Americans who demanded immediate apology from India for showing disrespect to the American flag and a thorough investigation of ulterior motives.

“India and its puppet government in Punjab must issue an immediate apology to Sikh-Americans for burning our flag,” said Bhajan Singh Bhinder, Director of US-based Sikh Information Center. “We are not India’s property. They should get their hands off our flag.”

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A suspected Supremacist, posing as a Sikh burns American flag.Photo credit: Sikh information center

On August 6, members of a political party aligned with Hindu supremacists Bharatiya Janata Party, burned several flags and displayed signs reading: “US Govt Take Action Against The Killers.” It is a disturbing development, according to Mr. Bhinder, because Hindu supremacists are looking for racial divisions, hatred, and violence against American Sikhs. Shiromni Akali Dal, which was once a Sikh oriented political party, is currently hand in glove with Hindu hardliners whose hands are still suspect in killing thousands of Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, and Dalits from 1980- 2008.

The same day of the Oak Creek incident, Chief Minister of Punjab, Parkash Singh Badal wrote in a letter to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh: “The government of India must get more actively and vigorously involved in getting the U.S. administration to address the issue in right earnest.” Foreign Minister S. M. Krishna also blamed America, saying: "The U.S. government will have to take a comprehensive look at this kind of tendency which certainly is not going to bring credit to the United States of America."

Mr. Bhinder said how can Government of India ask justice for six Sikhs when it has not brought to justice any killer of 10,000 Sikhs, and burning of their hundreds of historical Gurdwaras ?

Bhinder said “Badal has promoted Sumedh Saini, an architect of Sikh genocide in India, as the head of the state police department, how can he plead on behalf of the American Sikhs? Saini got the highest office by killing thousands of Sikhs. There is enough evidence that India rewards and promotes police officers who use torture and murder of prisoners.” Many Hindu hardliners guided mobs to kill Sikhs and burn their places of worship in 1984. Four thousands Sikhs lost their lives in Delhi alone and mob leaders were elevated to the highest offices.

According to a press release, Bhinder stated the intent of the flag-burning was clearly intended to create strife among different American communities and provoke American anger against U.S. Sikhs. “This has the hallmarks of a staged event. The rabble-rousing Indian government is trying to pit one American against another to divide the USA along caste lines in the tradition of the Brahmin rulers of India,” he said. "India can do nothing to end anti-Sikh violence in America as long as it continues the officially sanctioned genocide of Sikhs in India.”

He added that a 2011 report by human rights watchdog Organization for Minorities of India (OFMI) stated that torture is used regularly in every police station in India. Backing Bhinder’s claim that police brutality leads to promotion, OFMI spokesman Arvin Valmuci said, “Look at former police officer Mohammad Izhar Alam, who led the ‘Black Cats’ death squad to exterminate Sikhs. Last November, 34 young Sikhs killed by Alam were finally identified, but in October, Badal assured his wife a seat in Punjab Legislative Assembly.”

Valmuci says India has a long, indisputable record of staging violence against minorities. He also questioned the spontaneity of the flag-burning, asking, “Was it staged by the Indian government like other crimes such as the 2001 Chittisinghpura Massacre, the 2007 Samjhauta Express bombing, and the 1982 Cow Head Incident?”

The Sikh Information Centre was joined by OFMI in making three demands of India:

“If India truly has sympathy for the memories of Wisconsin Sikhs Satwant Singh Kaleka, Prakash Singh, Sita Singh, Ranjit Singh, Suveg Singh, and Paramjit Kaur, then it will listen to us. We demand:

“1) An immediate investigation of the mysterious thugs who burned the American flag in New Delhi;

“2) An immediate apology by India and its puppet government in Punjab to the USA's Sikh community;

“3) Immediate prosecution of Kamal Nath and of Badal's Police chief, Sumedh Saini, for crimes against the Sikhs involving the torture and murder of thousands.

“We also humbly request:

“1) The Obama Administration take swift action to investigate attempts to use the mischievous flag-burning incident to create more civil strife in the USA;

“2) The U.S. State Department should pressurize India for an official apology to the Sikh-American community for burning their flag;

“3) The U.S. Congress take up and press this issue and particularly seek prosecution of Kamal Nath and Sumedh Saini.”

About SIC: The Sikh Information Centre is a USA-based non-profit committed to the discovery, dissemination and elevation of crucial information relating to the liberty of unhindered exercise of all intrinsic rights of humanity.

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