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1984 anti Sikh riots

1984 Riots: Saddest part of Sikh history

The 1984 anti Sikh riots, also known as the 1984 Sikh Massacre, was a series of pogroms against Sikhs in India by anti-Sikh mobs in response to the assassination of Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards. Official Indian government reports numbered about 2,800 killed across India, including 2,100 in Delhi.Independent sources estimate the number of deaths at

Operation Blue Star: United Kingdom covered up its role

United Kingdom covered up its role in Operation Blue Star

United Kingdom has been accused of covering up the full extent of the country’s support for India’s bloody crackdown on Sikhs in 1984. A new report calls for a full inquiry into the role played by Margaret Thatcher’s government in the events leading up to a massacre in which hundreds, possibly thousands, of Sikhs and

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Passing 8 resolutions by Damdami Taksal Mehta during the Operation Blue Star event

During the 33rd anniversary of Operation Blue Star religious dewan was decorated at Gurdarshan Prakash Mehta which was led by Giani Harnam Singh Khalsa, chief of Damdami Taksal Mehta. During the ceremony, the number of tens of millions who came in the ceremony. After this awards were recited after the bhog of Akhand Paath Sahib was

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Markets Closed In Amritsar Due To Operation Blue Star Anniversary

On Tuesday, many Sikh organizations in Amritsar were declared closed on 33rd anniversary of Operation Blue Star, due to which many shopkeepers not opened their shops. Shopkeepers have said that they were facing a lot of trouble. It is mentionable here that the city of Amritsar has been transformed into a police Cantonment on the

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Jathedars of Dal Khalsa give message to Sikh community

Pro-Khalistan slogans were raised at the Golden Temple complex on the 33rd anniversary of the Operation Blue Star. The city also observed a bandh on Tuesday on the call of radical Sikh outfit Dal Khalsa. The ‘Sarbat Khalsa’ appointed “parallel” Jathedar Dhian Singh Mand, in his address from the ground floor of the Akal Takht, accused

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Sikh radicals divided over Amritsar bandh call

Radical Sikh groups are divided over Amritsar bandh call to mark the 33rd anniversary of Operation Blue star on June 6 but have said that Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh will not be allowed to read a message to the Sikh sangat on that day. SAD (A) general secretary Jarnail Singh Sakhira said, “Come

British politicians locked their horns on operation blue star

The issue of Operation Blue Star has emerged as a special election issue in London’s general elections. Labor leader Tom Watson is now challenged by Labor Laboratory member Boris Johnson on this issue. Labor leader Tom Watson challenged External Affairs Minister Boris Johnson’s statement during a radio interview in which he said, “There is no

Operation Blue Star: Timeline (June 4 to 10)

Daily Post India looks back at the horror of those few days in the June of 1984 that drove a painful wedge through the Sikh psyche, which still rankles on occasions. The events are recalled in the hope that we have learned from those days, and our leaders will never fail us again in the manner that

Op Blue Star secret files should be de-classified’

Jalandhar Senior BJP leader and newly nominated Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy on Saturday categorically said that the ‘secret’ Operation Blue Star files should be ‘de-classified’ for the public and the guilty must be punished for justice to the Sikh community. Subramanian Swamy also said that Operation Blue Star at Golden Temple in 1984 was

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