To-day’s London Sikh genocide remembrance and freedom rally has been a huge success got a lot of support from non-Sikhs and awareness raised has reached new levels. A particular good touch this year was having flags of all different nations among the procession that made a lot of non-Sikhs take more notice and interest in the rally.
BBC news video report regarding yesterday biggest gathering approx 40,000- 60,000 since June 1984 maybe bigger and better turn out than 1984!!! Yesterday we shook the British and Indian establishments they thought we will forget and forgive with the course of time but now they see that the British Sikh and the Sikh nation worldwide is serious about getting truth, justice and freedom.
Freedom Rally In Trafalgar Square London 8th June Khalistan Zindabad
* SOPW TALK AT LONDON 1984 RALLY, UNCOVERS THE MASK OF ‘DEMOCRACY’ INDIA IS HIDING BEHIND *
The ground shook with the roar of ‘Jaikaray’ as SOPW released balloons in memory of our great Shaheed and our great heroes still languishing in jail
An amazing day in London as thousands marched in Remembrance for all those lost lives over 30 years ago. Join the thousands in the streets of London. 30 years on and still no Truth, Justice and Freedom.
an amazing effort was made by everyone…. A proud day for everyone.
* MAKING A STATEMENT – WE DEMAND TRUTH JUSTICE AND FREEDOM FOR THE THOUSANDS OF INNOCENT SIKHS KILLED AND IMPRISONED! *
‘SEA OF ORANGE’ AT LONDON 1984 REMEMBRANCE RALLY.
Sikhs from All over UK gathered at Hyde Park earlier in the day for 30th Remebrance Rally and March in memory of June 1984 Shaheeds.
On the good side yesterday at Trafalgar Square more than 30,000 Sikhs in colourful Dastaars paid homage to the fallen Sikhs of 1984 Genocide. All main three Sikh TV Channels along with BBC recorded the event as peaceful, solemn image of Sikhs. The speakers from wide range of Sikh Organisations of the UK along with a few UK Ministers were eloquent in their words.
Congratulations and a very humble thanks to all Sikh Org. for a show of such solidarity.
Sikh Organisation For Prisoners Welfare (SOPW)
Londonites did what i expected, congrats to every participant showing solidarity against oppression and injustice.
Ajmer Singh Randhawa..