World Sikh Summit Declares Badals & Makkar ‘Gadar-E-Quam’

G20 WORLD SIKH SUMMIT

BIRMINGHAM, UK—Yesterday, delegates from wide range of Sikh organisations from across the globe participated in a World Sikh Summit hosted by the Federation of Sikh Organisations (FSO) to deliberate on the current Punjab Crisis. All the representing Sikh bodies unanimously agreed on resolutions during the Summit that were all passed with great fevour by the Sikh Sangat attending the convention this afternoon.

The successful World Sikh Summit was held at Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick. The FSO held the event so that Sikhs from around the world could meet and collectively consider the issues affecting the Panth and the way forward. On Saturday 31 October delegates from UK, Europe, Canada, Australia and Newzealand discussed and deliberated on three areas. Firstly, short term challenges the Sikhs are facing, which included recent decisions made by the current SGPC ‘appointed’ Jathedars actions necessary to prevent the sacrilege of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Secondly, medium term considerations, which included the appointment of Jathedars, establishing a better SGPC and new Government for Punjab. Lastly, longer term ambitions, which included the possibility of establishing a World Sikh Parliament, exercising our right to self determination and establishing a sovereign Sikh homeland.  

G20 ConferenceToday, hundreds of Sikhs representing various Sikh bodies and organisations, attended the convention where representatives of the the World Sikh Summit presented their ideas and announced the ten agreed resolutions for the Sikh Sangat to pass. The Sikh Sangat showed full support of all the agreed resolutions by putting their hands in the air and with loud Jaikaras (Bole So Nihal: Sat Sri Akal!)

Below is a summary of the resolutions:

Resolution 1: A promise to commitment to work towards the Sikh nation’s goal for self-determination and sovereign Sikh rule.

Resolution 2: In response to treachary committed against the Sikh nation by Chief Minister Prakash Badal, Akal Dal President Sukhbir Badal and SGPC President Avtar Makkar, the name ‘Singh’ should be removed from their names and should be awarded with the title ‘Gadar-E-Quam’ (Traitor of the Nation). Their recently given titles of ‘Fakar-E-Quam’ (Pride of the Nation) and ‘Shiromani Sevak’ (Supreme Servant) awards are removed.

Resolution 3: Social boycott of Badal’s party, the SGPC and Akali Dal (Badal) members. Call for the Chief Minister and President of Akali Dal to give their resignations. Removal of the ‘appointed’ Jathedars of the five Takhts from their position and a social boycott of all five of them for their anti-Sikh actions and betrayal of the Sikh nation.

Resolution 4: To unite Sikhs worldwide a Sikh World Parliament should be made and in the long term form a ‘World Sikh Bank’.

Resolution 5: The Sarbat Khalsa will select Jathedars of the Takhts which reflects the sentiments of the global Sikh community. The SGPC does not represent the global Sikh community and only has the responsibility of managing Punjab’s Sikh shrines and some neighbouring states.

Resolution 6: It is strongly emphasised that the Sarbat Khalsa set to take place in Punjab should be called called with full agreement of all Sikh organisations and institutions.

Resolution 7: The strictest action should be taken against the individuals of the Punjab Police that fired bullets at the Sikh gathering of peaceful protestors that were demonstrating against the sacrilege of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The innocent Sikhs arrested and falsely framed for the sacrilege of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji should be immediately released.

Resolution 8: A commitment to the 29th April 1986 declaration of Sikh Self-Rule and an appeal to mark the 30 year anniversary of this declaration across the world globally.

In addition to the resolutions, the FSO urged all Sikhs to not celebrate Divali (Bandi Chhor) with fireworks or lights and to hold a ‘Black Divali’ in response to the recent pained events in Punjab. The highly controversial Indian PM, Narendra Modi, is set to come to the UK on 12th and 13th November. All UK Sikhs were urged to attend a peaceful protest that was planned to take place outside the Houses of Parliament in response to the worsening violence and intolerance against India’s minorities and growing right-wing Hindu fascism and terrorism.

11 COMMENTS

  1. Wow!! Before reading this, I didn’t know groups like this existed outside Punjab. What’s strange is that why do nri’s like the idea of coming into our nation and making decisions. You had made the decision to leave and settle somewhere else. You never hear from people in Punjab that Sikhs settled outside are doing stuff differently or selling drugs or any other Bs.

    I m a proud Sikh and I work in Delhi. I would appreciate, if folks who do not reside in India, to please demand for a Sikh homeland where you live. If that happens to be in UK, great! People here don’t want that, we would like to live in a multicultural society. Just as how Punjab has always been.

    Thank you.

  2. ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ
    ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਹਿ bohot wadia verro we need khlistan

  3. consequence of
    Resolution 1: A promise to commitment to work towards the Sikh nation’s goal for self-determination and sovereign Sikh rule.

    World Sikh summit needs to understand the “TRAP ” being laid for the 4th Genocide of Sikh people.

    World Sikh will ask for sovereignty——Indian state is constitutionally bound to oppose any fragmentation of Indian State——
    they will label Sikhs as terrorists and ISI sponsored agents ——-
    they will then let loose the Indian state security apparatus on innocent Sikhs calling them terrorists as they did in 1980-1990 era. This then had lead to Op- Blue star ,Op Wood Rose and the 3 rd Genocide of Sikh people.

    No group in world today how so ever powerful is capable of creating a new Nation.

    Remember Nations are created and destroyed by
    “EMPIRES”
    of the day.

    What ever Nations the British Empire created are here to stay

    In any event this is a futile exercise.

    This is because the whole Earth is about to burn up in 5 billion years from now including the Indian Punjab on it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_of_the_Earth

    We got to abort this Earth and boldly go into space to find new home for our children’s.

  4. I read nothing new or progressive. All above has been declared for sometime now. There is no detail of how new reps will be selected. There is very limited democracy..in play if any. Will any farmer, Punjab youth, bon jathebandi individuals, get a voicrle at any panthic platform…I.guess NOT. Neither will millions Sikhs young old get a voice. It will be same selected voices sadly..still operating on personality lead groups.

  5. This is a plot for the 4 -Genocide being brewed for Sikhs.
    The British and the Indian state will join hands and do another 1984 to Sikhs by labeling them as terrorists .
    We should not allow them this cheap thrill of seeing our kith and Kin being massacred.
    Let us not fall into their traps .
    We must be smarter than all these people.

  6. Wgjkk wgjkf
    Excellent seva done at the meeting.
    Getting the fake jathedar out and getting some honesty in those positions is a must.

    Nice to see UK sangat getting together

    Waheguru

  7. Sikh help only guru grath sahib i hoop only sikh home land khalistan not india clean home clean repair home clean home land khalistan and flat home free repair and where work like uk free school free hospitel free help blind and help 65 year old men and women free help like uk free money per month payen 1200 rupee and he work job help good payen god happy this help G20 Help home land for sikh

  8. Excellent work Sikh G20! Sikhs are a global, world-wide community and institutions such as SGPC, which are non-Sikh entities under Indian control, must be boycotted.

    Also, all SGPC Gurdwaras must be boycotted until proper, honest Jathedars as chosen by sangat through Sarbat Khalsa.

    Khalistan Zindabad!

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