Sikh Activists Honour 1984 Martyrs Families in a Commemoration Program

TANGRA, Punjab—A martyrdom program commemorated to all the 1984 martyrs of Sikh community was organized by the Sikh masses in village Chhajalwaddi of Amritsar district. Following the culmination of Sri Akhand Path Sahib, renowned Raagis, Dhadis, Kavishars and Sikh preachers addressed the religious discourse on this occasion.

Prominent Sikh youth activists, including President of Sikh Youth Federation Bhindranwala (SYFB) Bhai Balwant Singh Gopala, SYFB Senior Vice President Bhai Ranjit Singh Damdami Taksal, Former AISSF President Paramjit Singh Gazi, Sikh Intellectual Mandhir Singh, Chief of Sikh Youth Sewa Dal, Dr. Kawaljit Singh, Bhai Papalpreet Singh and others shared their views about ongoing Sikh struggle for a sovereign Sikh state.

All these activists jointly honored the lives of the Sikh martyrs who laid foundation of a sovereign Sikh state by sacrificing their lives while struggling against the state oppression. “There was a long episode of injustice to Punjaband & Sikhs by the Indian state after getting freedom from Britishers. The Indian state demolished our sacred Supreme throne Sri Akal Takht Sahib and broke up the code of conduct in state wide Sikh shrines but we are not going to sit quietly till liberty from India,” said Bhai Gopala.

Families of Shaheed Bhai Surjit Singh Gadli, Shaheed Bhai Daljit Singh Gadli, Shaheed Bhai Charanjit Singh Gadli, Shaheed Bhai Kabal Singh Bhullar, Shaheed Bhai Harminderpal Singh Mini Brar (Tangra), Shaheed Bhai Baljinder Singh Raju, Shaheed Bhai Sangat Singh Laddi Timmowal, Shaheed Bhai Sukhdev Singh Dhand, Shaheed Bhai Chainchal Singh Udoke, Shaheed Bhai Charanjit Singh Udoke, Shaheed Bhai Surjit Singh Chhajjalwaddi, Shaheed Bhai Gurjit Singh Fumman, Shaheed Bhai Lakhwinder Sigh Chhajjalwaddi, Shaheed Bhai Surjit Singh Painta, Shaheed Bhai Balwinder Singh Bindu (Cheema Khuddi) were honored with Siropaos (robe of honor) on this occasion.


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