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Friday, 26 June 2009

Immortal Productions - New Album Chaurasi 84' Dedicated To The Sacrifices Of The Shaheeds In 1984 & In Honour Of 25 Since 1984

The Immortal Productions team alongside Jagowale Jatha,Tigerstyle,Tru Skool & Specialist will release their new album on July 5th 2009. The album is dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Sikh Genocide carried out by India on the Sikh Panth.



Chaurasi 84

Chaurasi 84

The new album Chaurasi 84 will be released on 5th July 2009. Samples are now up on the website. Please forward to your friends, family, contacts and help spread the word! More details to follow...

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An excluvise clip of 'Parnaam Shaheedan Nu' by Jagowale Jatha

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The album will be launched at the Mahaan Shaheedi Smagam

Shaheedan Da Sultan - Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji Maharaj

Parnaam Shaheedan Nu

This historical event will commemorate the countless Sikhs who gave up their lives or endured unspeakable hardships in various campaigns for justice and rights. It is because of their sacrifices that we exist today and can practice our faith with respect and dignity. All Shaheeds of the Panth from Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji to the modern times will be remembered and acknowledged for their contribution to the struggles.

Wymeswold Airfield, Loughbourough, Leicestershire, LE12 5SQ.

The aim of this event is to pay tribute to the countless Matrys of the Sikh Faith who gave there lives to uphold the values of Sikhi, the values of Truth, Justice, Freedom & Righteousness. They gave up their lives but never gave up their Sikhi.

Throughout the one day event on Sunday 5th July 2009, we will look at into the lives and jeevans of these great Shaheeds and the sacrifices they made for us. From Siri Guru Arjun Dev Ji through to the tragic attacks and genocide 25 years ago in 1984 and the more recent Matyrs against the Choota Sauda sect. It is because of these great sacrifices that we are able to live as Sikhs today.

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Track Listing

  1. INTRO by G.N.E.
  2. TERA ANTH - Pavitar Singh Pasla & Specialist 'N' Tru-skool
  3. IK BHINDRANWALA - Sukha Singh and Tigerstyle
  4. KAR TYARI JAANE NU - Pavitar Singh Pasla & Immortal Productions
  5. P.O.W. - G.N.E. & Nayr Cross
  6. 25 YEARS - A JOURNEY THROUGH MELODY - XS BASS
  7. GURJANT SINGH - Jagowale & J Flex
  8. SIKHI JAZBAAT - Sukha Singh and Tigerstyle
  9. 1984 - MC Ji & Steel Bangle
  10. PARNAAM SHAHEEDA NU - Jagowale & Nikka Sev Aka Inside Man
  11. SOOREH SHER PANJABI- Bhupinder Singh & Dhaku
  12. KADON CHADHEGAN PANJAB DIA SURJA - Balwinder Matewaria & Moneyspinner & Time Productions
  13. OUTRO - Immortal Productions

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Thursday, 25 June 2009

Panthic Conference organized by 'Sikh Youth of Panjab' on June 21 at Jalandhar‏

Jalandhar- June 21- Commemorating the 25th anniversary of the army assault code named “operation Blue Star” against Darbar Sahib in June 1984, the young generation of the community under the banner of ‘Sikh Youth of Punjab’ organized a Panthic Conference to discuss, define and understand what they call “the root cause of the attack and its impact on the minds of today’s youth”.

The conference was chaired by renowned historian Dr Gurdharshan Singh Dhillon, an author of the SGPC sponsored White Paper on June 1984 events.


The president of the SYP Ranbir Singh held up the sacrifices of Sikh martyrs and their “unimaginable hardships” as a lesson for youth of the modern times. “Friends and companions, what we cannot forget- what we must not forget- is that 25 years ago this day it was a time when bravery and selflessness of a few was able to change the course of an entire community”, he said.

“At an hour of maximum danger, amid the bleakest of circumstances, men who thought themselves ordinary found it within themselves to do the extraordinary”.

Joined by organization’s vice-president and general secretary Gurpreet Singh and Parbjot Singh, he honoured the sons of the valiant dead of 1984 attack namely Bhai Kirpal Singh and Bhai Balkar Singh. Both Bhupinder Singh and Ranjit Singh in their speeches expressed ‘pride and honour’ in the role and sacrifices of their fathers.

“I was not born when the attack took place in the eighties,” said Saravkar Singh, who is district president of Ludhiana unit of the SYP. “I’ve heard of “Operation Blue Star” from our fathers and relatives and hail the contribution of those unsung heroes who laid their lives for cause of religion and freedom,

“I wonder how humans could be so cruel and mindless,” said Noblejeet Singh and added governments must respect all their people and their minorities.

“Our participation in the Panthic activities is not instantaneous but instinctive,” said Gurpreet Singh Mann, organization’s vice-president.

SYP general secretary Prabhjot Singh who was 5 years old at the time of the attack says most of the teenagers are anguished over the way the government of India desecrated their religious places. “The holocaust of June 1984 and Nov Delhi pogrom made us to realize that our elder generation had committed a mistake by alienating itself with India,” said Prabhjot. “What’ve I to do with a country in which I’ve lost a complete sense of belonging to?” he said.

Setting the tone for the conference Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh said there are some of the questions that are repeatedly being put to Sikhs at large. Media as also the non-Sikhs in general often ask that now, since a Sikh has become Prime Minister of the country, should not the Sikhs be happy, and pardon the Congress for what it did with them 25 years ago?

Responding to such queries he bluntly reminded the audience that it was hard to overcome decades of mistrust and distrust. The Congress government in power at that time was ruthless in suppressing the rights of Sikhs and others.

Resolution adopted during the convention states “the tremors of 1984 continue to rock the resilient Sikhs, a community whose creation itself was not without birth pangs. In the modern times, the catastrophic events of Operation Bluestar continue to haunt the community. There are lessons for the younger generation to learn from that catastrophe. The religio-political dynamics of the Sikh religion must be understood in proper perspective. That would help in understanding the past, consolidating the roots, shaping the future and preserving the exclusive Sikh identity”.









Gurpreet Singh Mann addressing the conference. Also seen in the picture is SYP president Ranbir Singh and Dr G S Dhillon.

SYP members honouring sons of Shaheed Balkar Singh Baba Bakala and Shaheed Kirpal Singh Mehta (Sikh Martyrs of June 1984). Also seen is Dal Khalsa secretary Kanwar Pal Singh.

UK Sikhs Address Concern over Recent Ravidasia Community Protest

Friday 19th of June 2009
Dal Khalsa UK with contributions by the Panthic Weekly Staff

In an email sent to different media outlets, the Dal Khalsa organisation based in UK expressed the following concerns regarding the recently held protest by the Ravidasia Community in UK:

  1. The rally called for the ban of the Kirpan which is direct attack on the Sikh Faith, with the Kirpan being an article of Faith it is unacceptable and we condemn those who carried banners asking for the ban on the Kirpan and banners such as ' Sant Ramanand killed by Control Freak Sikhs'.
  2. This randomly held protest, exactly a week after Sikhs marked the 25th Anniversary of the Sikh Genocide in Central London in a rally attended by tens of thousands of Sikhs from across Britain, was deliberately staged in order to defame Sikhs who at the same place a week earlier had shown to the World the Terrorism India had carried out on its minorities.
  3. This rally was held to defame the Sikhs in the public eye and show them as terrorists, secondly it was held to ignite violence between Sikhs and those of the Ravidassia community in the UK. Although we do not hold members of the Ravidassia community for being anti Sikh we wish to state that within the structure of the community they have been infiltrated by Indian agencies who direct leaders and instruct them on what to say and do.
  4. The agents responsible for the protest have links with the Hindu Forum UK , Hindu Council, and the HSS the UK branch of the RSS. We believe these groups the Hindu Forum UK, Hindu Council and HSS amongst other groups and shady figures of the Indian Agencies got this protest arranged with one aim - to destroy the Sikh image, to disrupt and take attention away from the 25th anniversary of 1984, and to cause internal divisions within the Sikh Community through the issue of the Caste System.
  5. The protest was allowed to take place in parts of Hyde Park where normally one cannot protest, along with protestors being allowed to protest right across the pavement outside India House in London. Where as the Sikh protests which are held in August are only given a small section amongst a heavy Police presence, this clearly shows that India House (Agencies) had a hand in the protest as if it was any other protest complaints would have been made to the Police.

In addition, the Panthic Weekly would like to assert the following points:

  1. While the protest called for a ban on the kirpan, it should be noted that most Granthi sevadars at Ravidasia Gurdwaras have to be amritthari. If the UK based pro-Hindutva group which organized this protest seeks a ban on the kirpan, would it also require the Granthi sevadars employed by Ravidas Sabha across the world to also shun their kirpans?
  2. By far, the Ravidas community associates itself with the Sikh religion. The protest in UK was the first example where the members of this community shun Sikhi as their religion. This is contrary from any other incident in the past.
  3. It should be noted that even outside India, the Ravidasia community celebrates its events along with the Sikh brotherhood. Their floats can be seen eminently at various nagar kirtans organized throughout the world.
  4. The Hindutva group become successful in removing parkash of Guru Granth Sahib from the program held to mark the funeral of Ramanand. However in past, Ravidasia Sikhs observe all their events at Gurdwaras with parkash of Guru Granth Sahib. Prior to the recent propaganda, such feelings of hatred were never expressed by the Ravidasia community.
  5. Although the ardas of the Ravidas community has been modified, majority of it is the same as the ardas read at any other Gurdwara Sahib.

If in past, the Ravidas Community has shared so many similarities with the mainstream Sikh religion, what gives a small group of infiltrators based in UK to divide the followers of Bhagat Ravidas Ji from the mainstream Sikhs?


Dal Khalsa wishes to state that it holds the Hindu Forum UK led by Ramesh Khallidai, Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh(HSS),India House - Embassy along with Indian Agencies respobsible for the Anti Sikh Rally held by the so called Ravidassia community in London last week.

The rally called for the ban of the Kirpan which is an attack on the Sikh Faith ,with the Kirpan being an article of Faith it is unacceptable and we condemn those who carried banners asking for the ban on the Kirpan and banners such as ' Sant Ramanand killed by Control Freak Sikhs'.

We believe this random protest exactly a week after Sikhs marked the 25th Anniversary of the Sikh Genocide in Central London in a rally attended by tens of thousands of Sikhs from across Britian,was deliberatley staged in order to defame Sikhs who at the same place a week earlier had shown to the World the Terrorism India had carried out on its minorities.

This rally was held 1st to defame Sikhs in the Public eye and show them as terrorists,secondly it was held to ignite violence between Sikhs and those of the Ravidassia community in the UK.Although we do not hold members of the Ravidassia community for being anti Sikh we wish to state that within the structure of the community they have been infiltrated by Indian agencies who direct leaders and instruct them on what to say and do.

These Agents in turn have links to the Hindu Forum UK ,Hindu Council,and the HSS the UK branch of the RSS.We believe these groups the Hindu Foum UK,Hindu Council and HSS amongst other groups and shady figures of the Indian Agencies got this protest arranged with one aim - to destroy the Sikh image,to disrput and take attention away from the 25th anniversary of 1984,and to cause internal divisons within the Sikh Community through the issue of the Caste System.

As was pointed out ealier on the SikhSangat forum the protest was allowed to take place in parts of Hyde Park where normally one cannot protest,along with protestors being allowed to protest right across the pavement outside India House in London.Where as the Sikh Protests which are held in August are only given a small section amongst a heavy Police Presence,this clearly shows that India House(Agencies) had a hand in the protest as if it was any other protest complaints would have been made to the Police.

The full story of Vienna has not come out and we would not like to comment on it further but would like to say this is turning in to a Conspiracy by the Indian Govt and its forces across the World to destroy the Sikh Nation internally at a time where we should be refelecting on which direction to take next.Only the other day a man was shooting at Police in Austria who they claim is a Sikh and was caught with around 30+ firearms,could this be an Indian Agent?Where as most Sikhs go to Europe to work we do not see how they could have aquired so many fire arms,and why would they fire at Police?

We urge you to all remain United in the face of conspiracies by India against the Sikhs particulary those living in the UK,who have shown to the World on June 7th that they will carry their fight of Freedom forward.The aim is to disrupt the Sikh Nations peace outside Panjab through caste lines where they will use opposing voices to stir up the community to destory itself from inside,they have already partially accomplished this aim in the Panjab lets stop them from achieveing it elsewhere.



Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh


Dal Khalsa Applauds UK Tamil Rally for Freedom & Justice

Dal Khalsa would like to applaud the UK Tamil Nation for the gigantic rally which took place in London on Saturday 20th June 2009.The rally was attended by 100,000 people from across the UK Tamil Community,Human Rights Groups,Solidarity Groups,MP's and others.

We were very impressed with the amount of effort and organisation put in to the rally by all the organisers including the UK Tamil Youths.Their display of dedication to the movement for a free Tamil Eelam shows that the Tamil Nation have a strong Freedom Movement and they are United in fighting for justice,against a Nazi Sri Lankan Regime who with the help of India (State Terrorist)has commited a genocide on the Tamil people and continues to do so.

We stand United with our fellow Tamil brothers in this being the 25th year of the Genocide Commited on us by India.Let their be no mistake the Tamil Nation and Sikh Nation stand together under one platform of Freedom and Self Determination for both our nations,
Tamil Eelam & Khalistan.



Long Live Tamil Eelam
Tamil Eelam Zindabad
Long Live Khalistan
Khalistan Zindabad














Below is an extract from the website http://www.tamilsforum.com/

Tamils march to save ‘imprisoned’ brethren in Sri Lanka [BTF 2009.06.20]

Over 100,000 people converged on the streets of London on Saturday 20 June 2009 to remember the tens of thousands that perished in the Sri Lankan state’s final onslaught against the Tamil civilians and to call for the release of 300,000 that remain under threat of death, disappearance, rape and torture in government-run internment camps.

Protesters, carrying black flags and adorned in dark attire, marched to rouse the UK and international
community into action over the following three demands:
• Stop the disappearances, rapes and torture occurring daily in the internment camps and find all those who were unaccounted for.
• Free people from the camps immediately so that they can return to their normal lives.
• Bring the perpetrators of the genocide against the Tamils to justice.
The Tamil community disappointed and embittered by the failure of the UK and other international powers, to prevent the recent carnage despite constant and repeated warnings, pleaded that the international community must at least act now decisively to save the ‘imprisoned’ civilians in these camps, who remain in grave danger.


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Sikhs join Tamils in London protest rally

Over 100,000 people converged on the streets of London last weekend to remember the tens of thousands that perished in the Sri Lankan state’s final onslaught against the Tamil civilians and to call for the release of 300,000 that remain under threat of death, disappearance, rape and torture in government-run internment camps.

Protesters, carrying black flags and adorned in dark attire, marched to rouse the UK and international community into action over the following three demands:

• Stop the disappearances, rapes and torture occurring daily in the internment camps and find all those who were unaccounted for.

• Free people from the camps immediately so that they can return to their normal lives.

• Bring the perpetrators of the genocide against the Tamils to justice.

The Tamil community disappointed and embittered by the failure of the UK and other international powers, to prevent the recent carnage despite constant and repeated warnings, pleaded that the international community must at least act now decisively to save the ‘imprisoned’ civilians in these camps, who remain in grave danger.

The march, organised by the British Tamils Forum (BTF), began at Park Lane at 2pm, proceeded through the busy areas of Piccadilly, Whitehall and Parliament Square before following the river Thames to Blackfriars.

Groups from non-Tamil communities including the Sikh Community participated in the procession showing solidarity with the Tamil cause. The Tamil community also supported the Sikhs at the Sikh rally for freedom on June 7th 2009 which took place in Hyde park London and stood shoulder to shoulder with the Sikh Community against the 1984 Genocide of Sikhs by the Indian Government.

A Memorandum calling for immediate registration of all detainees, unfettered access to international aid agencies to the camps, immediate release of these civilians and facilitation of the prosecution of Mahinda Rajapakse (President of Sri Lanka), Gotabaya Rajapakse (Defence Secretary) and Lt. Gen Sarath Fonseka (Chief of Sri Lankan Army) for War Crimes against Tamils was handed to Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Demonstrators heard rousing speeches from politicians, including Tony Benn, Simon Hughes MP and Jeremy Corbyn MP, social activists and members of different sections of the Tamil community.

Notably, the crowds were also addressed by Tim Martin, the former aid worker and director of the charity Act Now, who fasted for 21 days in Parliament Square to highlight the plight of the Tamils and Ms Jan Jananayagam, an independent candidate from the Tamil community at the recent European election, who received an unprecedented, over 50,000 votes, with the support of the Sikh community.

Dal Singh Dhesy, Director of the Sikh Community & Youth Service who was instrumental in ensuring that Jan Jananayagam received the backing and votes of the Sikh community said “We are proud to have supported the European Parliamentary campaign and bring solidarity between the Tamil and Sikh communities and look forward to support the Tamil community”.

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