Sikhs in UK protests in front of Indian consulate.

To day on December 4th, the Sikhs in UK protested in front of Indian consulate in UK and supported the mission of Bhai Gurbax Singh ji , sitting on hunger strike (Fast unto death) at Gurudwara (Sikh temple) Amb Sahib, Mohali, near Chandigarh for the last 20 days. He is not a politician but has faced the attrocities and injustice in jail and worried about the plight of other Sikh prisoners languished in Indian jails though their term of jail (punishment) is over but they are deliberately kept behind bars and not freed.

Please view some pictures from UK;






We the Sikhs in India and all over the world give  full support to his cause of humanity. Every person has a right to enjoy his/her freedom. If he is punished, he should be free after he completes his punishment. By keeping Sikh prisoners in jail reminds us as if we are slaves in India. We have seen and faced the army attack on our holiest shrine in Amritsar and hundreds of thousands Sikh youths killed in a decade in Punjab province of India. Hundreds were arrested, many of them still languishes. We want all of them to be freed.
So please give your support and raise your voice with us.



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