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RSS goons involve in murder of Sidhu Moosewala

New Delhi: RSS Hindu goons shot dead a famous Sikh singer and Congress Leader Sidhu Moosewala in Indian Punjab who was a rising voice against atrocities on Sikhs, Muslims & minorities. Moose Wala was also known for his pro-Khalistani and Punjabi songs, which openly glorified Sikh fighters.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal expressed ‘grief’ over the murder of Sidhu Moosewala. The news of Sidhu Moosewala’s murder has sent shockwaves across the world with prominent Sikh celebrities expressing their anguish over the tragic incident.

This is an open declaration of War by Hindus against Sikh community. From the Golden Temple massacre in 1984 to the present situation of minority rights, the memory of Sikhs in India is etched with a series of tragedies. The ‘Operation Bluestar’ to target Sikhs at their holiest temple in Amritsar is a gory tale written by the then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

After 38 years, religious persecution of Sikhs still continues under the rule of premier Narendra Modi, where the community faces violation of human rights. A Sikh journalist Manmeet Kaur has said that persistent acts of target-killings and desecration of holy sites in India is the main reason behind the Khalistan movement. Sikh voice against Indian atrocities and discrimination is getting stronger with each passing day to save their coming generations from ethnic cleansing.

Dupinderjit Singh, leader of Sikhs for Justice Movement said the Khalistan referendum is a strong call for freedom and marked the genocide of Sikhs under the rule of India. He said during elections in Indian Punjab, the Commission would hold a parallel referendum and would present the demand for freedom with the United Nations and other countries. The demand for a free Sikh country is being supported by different communities and the human rights watchdogs, in view of the atrocities faced under the Indian rule. Web Desk


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