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Sangat ji, if you care for Sikhi and the Singhs who are illegally behind bars despite serving their jail terms, share this message as much as possible on your social networks; facebook, twitter etc

Today December 2, panthic Jathebandis have decided to hold a KESRI MARCH in Support of Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Ji Khalsa to be taken out on Wednesday 4th December 2013, from




where Bhai Sahib is holding his fast-unto-death for the release of Sikh prisoners.
SANGAT is requested to join in this Kesri March.

Route: Jalandhur, Ludhiana, Samrala and Morinda

edit (thanks to Jivan76) : There will be a demonstration outside Indian high commission in Birmingham Tuesday 3 December 1pm-3pm.


Edited by WaljinderSingh
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I agree with the above post, Indian media is trying its best that nobody hears about Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa, and his efforts to get Sikhs released form the Indian jails.

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Also Khalsa Ji please please do not neglect our duty to join our mothers/fathers/brothers/sisters and bazurghs outside the indian high commission for rôss mahjarah in Birmingham tomorrow 3 December 1-3pm.

Bhul chuk maaf

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Just perused the Tribune, and there is no mention of Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa's fast!!

Found one :

Sikh bodies March in support of Gurbaksh Singh on March 4

AMRITSAR: To highlight the cause of Gurbakash Singh, who is on fast-unto-death for last 18 days, the Sikh bodies have resolved to undertake a March on December 4th from Akal Takht to Gurdwara Amb Sahib in Mohali.

Gurbakash Singh, who is on hunger strike since November 14th has sought the release of certain former Sikh militants, who according to him were not being released from jails even when they had completed the prison sentences awarded to them by the respective courts.

Representatives of Sikh bodies on Monday met Gurbakash Singh in Mohali to express their solidarity with him and also to attract government's attention towards their demand.

In a joint statement issued after meeting Gurbakash SIngh on Monday Dal Khalsa spokesperson Satnam Singh Paonta Sahib and Panch Pardani leader Harpal SinghCheema said the march would begin from Amritsar on 4th morning after performing ardas at Akal Takht. After passing through various cities, it would reach Mohali in the evening.

Kanwarpal informed that amongst other who attended Monday's meet with Gurbaaksh Singh includes Dal Khalsa head Harchranjit Singh Dhami, Panch Pardani leader Daljit Singh Bittu, former IAS Gurtej Singh , former DGP Shashi Kant, former Akal Takht head Professor Darshan Singh, Human Rights Activists Advocate Navkiran Singh, Advocate Amar Singh Chahal, Sikh scholar Gurdarshan Singh Dhillon and Sikh preacher Ranjit Singh Dhadrehanwala.

The speakers castigated Shiromani Akali Dal for its alleged stoic silence and urged its leadership to take up the issue of release of Sikh prisoners with the Union home ministry

Justifying the hunger strike by Gurbakash Singh, they said denial of justice to Sikhs by successive governments have forced him to take this step.


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Just got back from Birmingham demo and am shocked and saddened!!!!!!!!!!!

Where was the youth?????

****ing keyboard warriors!!!!!!!!!!!

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