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2 years after Sarbat Khalsa 2015

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Nearly 2 years since the 2015 Sarbat Khalsa in Chabba, where Jagtar Singh Hawara was announced as Jathedar of Akal Takht Sahib, along with a number of good resolutions. 2 years later, Hawara is still in tihar jail in dehli, Simranjeet Singh Mann seems to be calling the Sarbat Khalsa appointed Jathedar of Damdama Sahib Baljit Singh Daduwal a congress agent, no justice for the shaheed singhs of behbal kalan or the culprits of Guru Granth Sahib Ji beadbi cases WHILE the sarkari jathedars are still in their positions, many nihang dals which were at Sarbat Khalsa are now appearing before the sarkari jathedars etc etc....

 

 

 

Any thoughts brothers and sisters?

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Not to mention everyone seems to have forgotten about Professor Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar , Balwant Singh Rajoana and all the other jailed Singh's I'm jail despite completing their sentences.. 

What happened to Bapu Surat Singh and his hunger strike ?? 

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40 minutes ago, Cisco_Singh said:

What happened to Bapu Surat Singh and his hunger strike ?? 

There was a major documentary being produced on Bapu Ji, but is delayed as they did not raise enough to meet their production costs which included costs to cover gathering more footage.

"In January 2016, GraySkull Media managed to get an exclusive interview with Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa. Being guarded by over 30 Punjab Police officers, who are there to keep the media out and keep Bapu Surat Singh in, so that his story may never be told."

"With unprecedented access, we have started making this film, the story of one mans' struggle against a world power and their conduct, a story which is being ignored by the world's mainstream media."

Here's a short trailer:

 

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The Bapu Surat Singh issue has been dealt with precision by the GOI. They have isolated him from the world, while big splits have occurred between the Singhs that were with him in the peak of 2015 (Sangarsh commitee vs Satkar commitee/nau jawan Singhs).

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