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Saturday, 25 August 2012

Dal Khalsa UK Pays Tribute To Neil Armstrong

Friday, 24 August 2012

TRIBUTE TO JATHEDAR BALWANT SINGH RAJOANA



AN INSPIRATIONAL TRIBUTE TO JATHEDAR BALWANT SINGH JI RAJOANA ''HASS HASS CHARRD JAAN SOOLI SOOORMEY REHAM NAHI MANGDHEY....'' "ਜਦੋ ਮੇਰੀ ਵਾਰੀ ਆਏਗੀ ਵਰਤਾਰਾ ਹੋਰ ਹੋਵੇਗਾ, ਨਜਾਰਾ ਹੋਰ ਹੋਵੇਗਾ" ''ਹੇ ਦਿੱਲੀ , ਭੁੱਲਗੇ, ਨਾ ਜਾਣੀਂ.. ਤੇਰੇ ਮੱਥੇ ਤੇ, ਮੈਂ ਹੀ ਲਿਖੂਗਾ, ਤੇਰੇ ਜ਼ੁਲਮ ਦੀ ਕਹਾਣੀ'' & '‘ਕੇਸਰੀ ਵਰਤਾਰੇ ਦਾ ਸਿਰਜਕ’' ਭਾਈ ਬਲਵੰਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਰਾਜੋਆਣਾ, BHAI RAJOANA DEE INQLABI PANTHAK SOCH DA JHALKAARA DEKHAN NU SAAF MILDHA HAI.. JISS SADHKA PANJAB DEY ANKHI WAARSAN NEY ''RANG TA PANJAB...KESRI NAAL......''! ਇਸ KHALSAI PURAATAN PARAMPRAAVAN WAALEY DALERI BHARREY STAND ਨੇ ਭਾਈ ਬਲਵੰਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਰਾਜੋਆਣਾ ਨੂੰ ਕੌਮ ਦਾ ਹੀਰੋ ਬਣਾ ਦਿੱਤਾ

Bhai Jagtar Singh Tara's Dedication To Shaheed Bhai Dilavar Singh Jaisinghvala


Thursday, 23 August 2012

First Lady Michelle Obama Meets Sikh Gurdwara Officials



First Lady Michelle Obama meets Gurdwara officials of Oak Creek Gurdwara Sahib Wisconsin

Happy Birthday Jathedar Balwant Singh Ji Rajoana

TODAY IS THE BIRTHDAY OF JATHEDAR BHAI BALWANT SINGH JI RAJOANA THE LION OF KHALISTAN WHO AWOKE THE ENTIRE SIKH NATION 6 MONTHS AGO  - WE WISH HE CONTINUES TO REMAIN IN CHARDHI KALLA LIKE ALL THE OTHER SINGHS IN JAIL
HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!

United Sikh Media Canada Supports Reality Of India



Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Ramgharia Gurdwara Indian Independence Day Booze Party Busted!

Gurdwara Booze Party Busted

Coventry, UK (August 21, 2012)–On Saturday 18th August, a protest took place outside a Gurdwara owned and managed community hall in Coventry after the wider Sikh community were notified that the consumption of meat and alcohol as well as other anti-Sikh activities were going to take place there that evening in the Gurdwara owned premises.
The Ramgarhia Gurdwara, Community College & Family Centre was the venue for the Indian Worker’s Association (IWA) to hold a party to celebrate Indian “independence” day. Dignitaries from Coventry, including the Lord Mayor Councillor Tim Sawdon, as well as other guests were invited for the celebratory party. Members of the Ramgarhia Gurdwara Management Committee were also present at the party, however we have received information from one of our sources that the President of the Ramgarhia Gurdwara disagreed with the party and therefore did not attend.

A Notice inside the Hall clearly showing that it is owned and managed by the Ramgarhia Gurdwara.
Despite the well publicised and clear ban from Akal Takht Sahib, the Sikhs’ Highest Seat of Authority in Amritsar (India) that no meat, alcohol, non-religious music or any other anti-Sikh activities can take place or be promoted on any Gurdwara owned property, Ramgarhia Gurdwara Coventry thought it was permissible to celebrate India’s independence day in a way that violates and disrespects the Sikh faith.
One community member said, “It is like a Muslim celebrating a party in a Mosque with pork, alcohol and gambling. Any law abiding citizen with the slightest common sense would know that it out of order and an attack on their religious beliefs.
“Sikhs who protest against the abuse of their sacred place of worship are called hardliners by the media but we are upkeeping the sanctity of our places of worship. We’re not saying people cannot hold these parties, rather that they should not do them in places of religion.”
Attempting to avoid confrontation, the Sikh Sangat arrived at the Gurdwara hall at 6pm, before the official start time. When they arrived, the organisers were setting up the hall for the party. The Sikh Sangat found crates of alcohol in the Gurdwara owned premises, meat and a DJ playing Bhangra music very loudly. The Sikh Sangat were successful in stopping the deliveries of more alcohol and meat into the Gurdwara property.
Councillor Ram Lakha (Labour: Binley and Willenhall), and secretary of the IWA, claimed in the Coventry Telegraph newspaper that the party which was held with the consent of the Ramgarhia Gurdwara management committee had no meat or alcohol served there. However, eyewitnesses and photographs from the party clearly show crates of alcohol.
Alcohol discovered in the Gurdwara hall
The party organisers holding crates of alcohol inside the Gurdwara premises
For approximately 2 hours the peaceful Sikh protestors attempted to engage in talks with the 15 or so organisers and invitees of the party to explain in a calm manner that meat, alcohol and Bhangra music is not allowed in accordance to Gurmat and the Akal Takht Sahib at any Gurdwara owned buildings. However, the party goers refused to go as they said they had paid the Gurdwara Sahib money for holding a party.
Around 7.30pm the Police was called in. They listened to both groups and decided that the party should not take place as they even knew that is clearly not allowed in the Sikh religion. They told the party goers which by that time numbered to about 100 people that the party shall not take place and attempted to escort them off the premises. Whilst leaving, they were abusive and refused to go. It took one hour for all the party goers to be removed from the Gurdwara premises despite being repeatedly asked by the Police.
As the party goers were removed from the Gurdwara hall by the Police a handful of trouble-makers from the party began verbal abuse and showed aggressive behaviour against the Sikh Sangat. Some of the party goers even shouted “Terrorist” and “Taliban” at the Sikh protesters.
One protestor, who asked not to be named, said, “The people attending the party swore at us and shouted ‘Khalistan Murdabad’ (Death to Khalistan), “Khalsa Raaj Murdabad” whilst we were peacefully protesting.”
He added, “We co-operated with the police and made sure the protest was peaceful despite acts of provocation on the other side. There were no acts of violence or any arrests.”
Accusations have been made by Councillor Ram Lakha that the Sikh protestors removed the British flag from the Gurdwara Hall, which is not backed with any proof. Neither the Police or the photographs we have received back this up. The only flag removed from the Gurdwara hall was the Indian flag because many in the Sikh community across the world feel that India has let down the Sikh community and denied it justice and human rights.
After a stand off with peaceful protestors and co-operation with the local Police, by 8.30pm the party was forced to close down despite an angry mob who wanted the party to continue irrespective of sacrilege and disrespect of the Sikh faith.
Supt Ron Winch, for Coventry Police, said, “We were made aware of plans for a peaceful demonstration on Saturday evening by members of the Sikh community. Officers monitored the situation and were committed to supporting and facilitating a lawful, peaceful protest.
“Sufficient resources were available to ensure public safety was maintained and although tensions were high, there were no criminal offences committed.
“I am confident that our response was proportionate and we are continuing to liaise with representatives from the Ramgarhia Gurdwara in order to establish whether there is anything that can be learned from the incident should a similar protest happen again.”
15th August is a dark day in Sikh history because it is the day that the Sikh nation lost Nanakana Sahib (the birthplace of Guru Nanak Sahib), Panja Sahib, Guru Arjan Dev Ji’s Shaheedi place, Kartarpur Sahib and so many more historic places and Gurdwaras with more than half of Panjab.

Ramgharia Gurdwara Coventry Celebrates 'Indian Independence Day' - Sikhs Protest


Ramgarhia Gurdwara in Foleshill Road
Ramgarhia Gurdwara in Foleshill Road

ORGANISERS were forced to abandon celebrations of India’s independence and police had to be called in after Sikh hardliners staged a protest at a Coventry community centre.

More than 50 members of the Satkaar group were protesting against what they claimed was the serving of meat and alcohol at the community centre, based at the Ramgarhia Gurdwara temple, in Foleshill Road, on Saturday night.

Police were involved in a stand-off lasting two hours with the group, which protests against ‘code-breaking’ temples.
The protesters claimed meat and alcohol were being served, both of which are shunned by devout followers of the religion.
The event had been organised by members of the Indian Workers Association (IWA) to celebrate India’s Independence from British rule and its birth as a sovereign nation on August 15, 1947.
Coun Ram Lakha (Lab, Binley and Willenhall), and secretary of the IWA, says protesters tore down the British and Indian flags at the centre and ordered guests to leave, despite assurances that no meat and alcohol would be served.
Cuon Lakha said: “I told them we would make sure there was no alcohol or meat served at the centre – we offered to let them sit in to see for themselves, but they refused.
"We had consent from the Ramgarhia Gurdwara to hold the event.
“The unprovoked attack preventing a peaceful celebration by patriotic Indian workers and their families is disturbing and reprehensible.”
The former Coventry Lord Mayor said he felt police should have done more to support members of the community, adding: “One policeman came to the centre and another police officer was outside.
"They made the decision for me to leave the centre instead of telling the protesters to go. I thought about the safety of our members and told everyone to leave with me.
“It was a very poor response from the police – they didn’t even bother to check that it was our right to be there.”
Jaswinder Singh Ubhi, one of the protesters, said they had concerns about the serving of meat and alcohol on temple-owned premises.
His group also believes India still doesn’t have full independence and to celebrate it was a “mockery”.
“We wanted them to change the venue," he said. "If they want to celebrate it anywhere else they can do that. If people don’t listen then certain actions need to be taken. There were no arrests and no violence.”
Supt Ron Winch, for Coventry Police, said: “We were made aware of plans for a peaceful demonstration on Saturday evening by members of the Sikh community.
“Officers monitored the situation and were committed to supporting and facilitating a lawful, peaceful protest.
“Sufficient resources were available to ensure public safety was maintained and although tensions were high, there were no criminal offences committed.
“I am confident that our response was proportionate and we are continuing to liaise with representatives from the Ramgarhia Gurdwara in order to establish whether there is anything that can be learned from the incident should a similar protest happen again.”

Read More http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/coventry-news/2012/08/21/sikh-protest-group-disrupts-indian-independence-celebrations-at-coventry-temple-92746-31667439/#ixzz24CrpfdpJ

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