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NSYF has created an infographic that provides all the information about the Bhullar case in one image.
When the month of Chet came around last year, murmurs of discontent were born anew from the banks of the Satluj in Punjab to the shores of the Pacific in California, in the hundreds of thousands, Sikhs pledged orange.
For a brief moment it appeared that Sikhs across the World could no longer turn a blind eye to the ills of the society. But the summer months came and the ire vanished, even though the circumstances had not changed, they had just been prolonged.
There is no one single solution, moreover the root-problem itself is multi-dimensional here and so greater input is required if we are to progress.
Realise that nothing will come to be unless you make it happen.
You need to become educated; you need to learn; where now there is ignorance you need to find light. The House of Guru Nanak is built on the founding principle that you are the master of your own destiny so take this opportunity; don’t wait for an age that isn’t coming or a guardian that doesn’t exist. You have the unequivocal words of Guru Nanak to guide you and the navigational directions of the millions who have forged this path before you.
This is the path of a true Sikh – a student of the Guru who wants to grow and expand the state of their being through putting that which they learn into practice. This is the Sikh who will forever pledge orange for as the third Guru Nanak declared in Raag Basant, “Those who are imbued with Truth, are forever in the bloom of spring.“
1984 Sikh Genocide
In June 1984 Under “Operation Blue star” Indian army attacked Sri Darbar Sahib, commonly known as Golden Temple of Amritsar. Thousands of civilian Sikh pilgrims were killed by Indian forces and Sri Akal Takhat Sahib, eternal seat of Sikh sovereignty was targeted with tanks, bombs and rockets and was badly damaged. It was followed by various phases of genocidal violence against Sikh population in Punjab and India, including “Operation wood rose”, November 1984 Sikh genocide and mass level human rights violations in Punjab (1984-1994)
..Be Aware..Pledge Orange
It remains to be seen that how much more time Indian government to enable justice to Sikhs.. We have been denied justice despite the elapse of 28 years wherein millions of innocent Sikhs were brutally murdered, hundreds of women were raped and all their property burnt and looted by brazen mobs under leadership of Congress ..
Rajoana awarded 10 yr rigorous imprisonment .. Indian media is using word “Terrorist” all over the news ..
1980’s dark era of Punjab’s history is characterized by violence and the repression of the Sikh nation. There is very little documentation from this era as it as not recorded or purposely destroyed. Now, a new generation is using creative means such as film to open discussion on a closed chapter of Punjab’s history. This story is just a drop in the ocean when it comes to representing the events within Punjab in the past 3 decades. Watch the trailer and join in the pursuit to ensuring that we maintain an open discourse on Punjab’s historical and current position and ensure that the safety of our land