Attack on Delhi Sikh gurdwara chief in America, Khalistan opposes

Aug 26 2018 03:54 PM
Attack on Delhi Sikh gurdwara chief in America, Khalistan opposes

Manjit Singh JK, head of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC), was attacked by alleged Khalistan supporters in California, in which one of his partners was injured. Singh, who arrived in California after New York, said that the purpose of his visit was to discuss with the Sikh community in connection with the celebrations of the 550th anniversary of Guru Nanak, which is next year.

This is the second attack on the leader of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD). Earlier, they were attacked in New York. Singh went to the headquarters of Yuba City, California, when a group of 30-35 people who supported 'Khalistan 2020 referendum' attacked them.

From California, Singh said to the sources on the phone that he was injured. They pushed him and kicked him with cruelty. It was a ruthless killing attack. He told that one of his companions is admitted to the hospital and the police have arrested three people involved in the attack. He said that people demanding Khalistan can continue their fight, but there is no way of violence. Singh said that they will not be a part of the fight for Khalistan.

Meanwhile, during the visit of Congress President Rahul Gandhi to London, supporters of Khalistan tried to create a ruckus. However, the police had dispersed these people from there. Rahul did not arrive in the program during the slogan. Earlier Rahul Gandhi had also made a statement on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Rahul had said in the program in the British Parliament that there was a violence in 1984. He had a painful experience.

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