Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism


19th March


1922 A diwan at Sangowal is held by Kishan Singh Gargaj.
1923 Labh Singh of Garhshankar is murdered.
1981 Dal Khasal members, took out a procession at Anadpur Sahib during Hola Mohalla festival, in support of Khalistan. They carried a map of the proposed Sikh state on placards.
1984 All India Sikh Student Federation (AISSF) was banned by Indian government. As a result thousands of innocent Sikhs were Punjab formed the Senior Sikh Sophisticates Forum to strenthen arrested from their home.
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