RAJASTHAN: Sikhs booked for organizing Shabeel and Langar on June-1984 holocaust’s anniversary

Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan—The district police of Sri Ganganagar today booked Sikh activist Tejinderpal Singh Timma and several others for organizing Shabeel and Langar to mark the 36th anniversary of the June-1984 holocaust.

Tejinderpal Singh Timma is a survivor of the June-1984 holocaust. He was arrested by the Indian army on June 6 along with the former AISSF general secretary Shaheed Bhai Harminder Singh Sandhu. He was released from Jodhpur Jail in March-1989 but was again framed in some other cases in Punjab.

Speaking to Sikh24, Tejinderpal Singh Timma said that the Congress-led Rajasthan government has depicted that organizing Shabeels and Langars in the memory of our martyrs was also a crime in India.

At the time of writing this report, it couldn’t be clarified what charges have been invoked in this FIR registered against Tejinderpal Singh Timma and other Sikhs.

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