Sikhs hold anti-India rally in Nankana Sahib

Staff Reporter

Sikhs took out an anti-India rally in Nankana Sahib to condemn the attack on the Golden Temple by Indian forces in June 1984.

According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the rally was attended by a large number of people belonging to the Sikh community. Rally participants held placards and banners with anti-India slogans.

It may be recalled that in June, 1984, the Indian Army had launched an operation against the Sikhs in which many Sikhs were killed. India had dubbed this horrific campaign as Operation Blue Star.

General Singh Bhindranwale, the commander of the Sikh Khalistan movement, was stationed at the Golden Temple Complex and under his leadership the Khalistan movement had its headquarters here.

The protesters led by Sardar Gopal Singh Chawla demanded of the United Nations to take action against Indian culprits involved in the massacre of Sikhs in 1984.

They also condemned the Indian atrocities on innocent people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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