Thursday, September 23, 2021

PUNJAB

Lovers of rapist cult leader beg for extra security fearing punishment for criminal beadbi of Guru Sahib. Sauda leader has authorities shielding them from guaranteed security of prison.

After the quashing of the Kotkapura firing case which has yet again protected and rewarded Sikh killers, followers of the rapist Dera Sacha Sauda are now fearing for their lives as the outcome of the courts decision has angered the Sikh nation.In desperate fear, eight followers of the Dera who are accused in the Beadbi incidents of...

Murdering Sikhs in India in a protected cultural freedom.

Each individual killing ignored without an international campaign demanding authorities investigate, whilst actual justice is a long away dream. After the Panjab and Haryana Court struck down the SIT probe report into the Koktapura Police Firing in 2015, Sikhs yet again have been failed by the government as the Hindutva Regime continues to reward...

Kheti Bachao, Roti Bachao!

Yesterday throughout Panjab and Haryana, our people shutdown the railway’s and its transport from 12pm-4pm as a continued form of protest against the Hindutva Regime’s attack on our people’s livelihoods. Throughout the day, men and women sat on rail tracks, carrying flags and pictures of those who have lost their lives fighting for the...

Sikhs are stuck between a rock and hard place in Hindu Rashtra.

In the Panjab Civic Poll elections, the Hindutva Congress has reinforced its control by winning 8/9 municipal corporations in the state. The party won 1,199 of the 1,815 wards (municipal councils) and 281 of the 350 municipal corporation seats, with SAD trailing at 289 and 33, BJP at 38 and 20, and AAP at 57 and nine,...

Chaos at Panjab’s civic poll elections a reminder that India is not the world’s largest democracy.

The Panjab Civic Body Polls Election is for 8 municipal corporations of Abohar, Bathinda, Batala, Kapurthala, Mohali, Hoshiarpur, Pathankot and Moga and 109 municipal councils and nagar panchayats in the state.A total of 9,222 candidates are fighting for 2,302 wards. Out of these, 2037 are Congress, 1569 of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal), 1003 the BJP, 1606...