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Remembering Bhai Jagjeet Singh Boparai: Speech of Bhai Daljit Singh

A Samagam was held at a Gurdwara Sahib located in Sector 35 Chandigarh by the family members of Bhai Jagjeet Singh Boparai (son of Bapu Sohan Singh) on 14 November 2023.

SGPC Elections and Voter Registration: What Sikhs Should Do? How Panthic Sections Should Act?

SGPC is a statutory body which is elected by the Sikh voters under Indian legal system. Now the Indian state has announced registration of voters for holding SGPC elections.

Identifying India’s Anti-Sikh Strategy and Our Next Steps: Panth Sewak Collective

Panth Sewak Collective issued an important joint statement today.

Revelations by the Canadian Government Demonstrate That the Indian State Continues to Use Extrajudicial Killings Against Sikhs: Panth Sewak Collective

In a collective statement, members of the Panth Sewak collective said that revelations by the Canadian Prime Minister regarding India's role in the murder of Bhai Hardeep Singh Nijjar further demonstrate the ongoing use of extrajudicial killings by the Indian state.

Reviving the Gurmatta: Reestablishing Effective Panthic Leadership and Decision-Making

In a historic step–after a gap of more than a hundred years–Sikhs have come together to resurrect the traditional collective decision-making process of the gurmatta.

Joint Statement by Various International Panthic Organizations

Since 1699, the Khalsa’s sangarsh (struggle) has always been an exercise of the patshahi bestowed upon the Khalsa to destroy the tyrants and protect the weak, and establish a just society-polity based on sanjhivalta (equality/co-existence). Since June 4, 1984, the ongoing struggle for the establishment of Khalistan is the contemporary legacy of Guru Sahib’s vision to establish a sovereign halemi raj (humble/just polity) rooted in sarbat da bhala (welfare of all of Akaal’s creation).

Panth Sewaks’ Joint Statement About Akal Takht Sahib Sewa Sambhal of Akal Takht Sahib

Panth Sewaks Bhai Daljit Singh Bittu, Bhai Narien Singh Chaura, Bhai Satnam Singh Khandewala, Bhai Satnam Singh Jhanjian, Bhai Lal Singh Akalgarh, Bhai Rajinder Singh Mughalwal, Bhai Sukhdev Singh Dod, Bhai Amrik Singh Isru, Bhai Hardeep Singh Mehraj, Bhai Manjit Singh Phagwara and Bhai Bhupinder Singh have released a joint statement