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Bandh Call Given By Hindu Organisation, Passed Off Like A Normal Day

the main markets of the city remained completely closely whereas the shops and other business complexes situated in the outer parts were found functioning normally.

Hindu Outfits Gives Call For Punjab Bandh On 14th July

Punjab Shiv Sena chief also gave call for a bandh in Punjab on Friday, July 14.

Bhai Dhian Singh Mand calls for Punjab Bandh on November 23; Police remand extended again

A local court today extended the police remand of Bhai Dhian Singh Mand today. As per information the police took a plea that they require custody of Bhai Mand in order to identify his alleged accomplices.

PICTORIAL: Sikh bodies observe Punjab Bandh to protest against Kotkapura Killings

Police firing on peacefully protesting Sikhs in Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan village (on October 14) has sparked anger amongst the Sikh sangat.

Outrage against KotKapura Police Firing on Sikhs, Punjab Shuts down in protest [Video Update]

This is a detailed report by the Sikh Siyasat News on aftermath of police firing on Sikhs in Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan on October 14, 2015.

Sikh sangat observes shutdown in Punjab to protest against police killings

Yesterday's police firing on peacefully protesting Sikhs in Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan village has sparked anger amongst the Sikh sangat. Two Sikhs were killed and several others were injured in the yesterday's firing.

Police lathicharge on Sikh activists in Moga, More arrests during Punjab Bandh

Punjab shut down call invoked mixed response in Punjab today. The impact of shut down was clearly visible in Amritsar, Bathinda, Jalandhar Ropar where as the call from Sikh organisations was notable to trigger response in Patiala, Ludhiana, Sangrur and Mohali.

Punjab police detains Sikh activists to foil Punjab Bandh call

The Punjab police is reported to have arrested leaders and activists of various Sikh organisations in wake of 'half-day' symbolic Punjab shut down call by some Sikh organisations. The call was given by United Akali Dal (UAD) and Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) in order to show their protest against Punjab government's alleged efforts to control and use Sikh institutions for it's ulterior motives.

Sikh political prisoners issue: Sikh groups call for Punjab Bandh (shut down) on Jan. 10

Various Sikh groups have given a 'Punjab Bandh' (Punjab Shutdown) call on January 10 to extend support to Sikh activist Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa who is on an indefinite hunger strike for last 57 days (since Nov. 14, 2014) demanding release of Sikh political prisoners are jailed in various states of Indian subcontinent even after completing jail terms.

Punjab Bandh call evokes mixed response

Amritsar/ Jalandhar: Punjab bandh called by AISSF (Peermohammad) and the survivors of the Sikh Genocide 1984 to protest against 1984 anti-Sikh riots, evoked good response with rail and road traffic being partially affected at a few places, while the markets in various areas remained nearly closed.

Railway tracks blocked at Ludhiana during Punjab bandh

Ludhiana, Punjab: All the trains to and from Delhi have been stranded at Ludhiana. Railway Station following the blocking of Railway tracks near Gurudwara Dukh Niwaran in Ludhiana.

Hindu organizations took to streets in Amritsar against Punjab Bandh call

Amritsar, Punjab: Even after appeals of the Sikh organizations to all sections of the society to support the Punjab bandh call to protest against denial of justice to the victims of November 1984 Sikh Genocide, some Hindu organisations took to streets to protest against the Punjab Bandh call.

Amritsar shuts down completely during Punjab bandh even after arrests of Sikh activists

Amritsar, Punjab: Latest reports from Amritsar says that city witnessed complete shut down today. It is notable that the city police arrested up around 60 Sikh activists including All India Sikh Student Federation (AISSF) chief Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad, Sikh genocide survivor Bibi Jagdish Kaur while they were heading towards Amritsar railway station around 4:30 am.

Punjab Bandh Latest: Peermohmad, Bibi Jagdish Kaur, others arrested; Police lathi-charge Sikhsin Amritsar

Amritsar, Punjab: Latest news updates related to 1 November Punjab bandh call reveals that the Punjab police crackdown to defuse Punjab Bandh call has resulted in arrest of Karnail Singh Peermohmad (President, AISSF), Bibi Jagdish Kaur (victim, survivor and witness of Sikh genocide 1984) Bibi Majit Kaur (Head of Bhai Fauja Singh Trust) besides dozens other Sikh activists.

Punjab Bandh: Under pressure from Hindutva forces Badal govt. arrests Sikh activists, genocide victims

Amritsar, Punjab: The Punjab police has reportedly launched arrest drive to defuse Punjab Bandh call by AISSF and other Sikh bodies to protest against denial of justice to the victims of November 1984 Sikh Genocide. Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) sources revealed that the Punajb police has arrested Sikh activitsts and victims/ survivors of Sikh Genocide 1984 in wake of 1 November Punjab Bandh (Punjab Shut Down) call.

AISSF appeals for complete shot down during Nov. 01 Punjab Bandh

Amritsar, Punjab: The All India Sikh Students Federation has issued an appeal to the people of Punjab to observe Punjab Bandh - complete Punjab shut down on 1 November 2014 to protest against denial of justice to the victims of November 1984 Sikh Genocide.

Sikh bodies call for peaceful Punjab Bandh on Nov. 01; Rail trafic to be halted for 5 hours

Amritsar, Punjab: Various Sikh bodies today called for a Punjab Bandh (Punjab shut down) on November 1 in protest against successive Indian governments' failure to provide justice to victims of Sikh genocide 1984.

AISSF (Peermohammad) appeals for peaceful Punjab Bandh on Nov. 01 to mark 30 years of Sikh Genocide

Chandigarh/ Punjab: This November marks the 30th anniversary of Sikh genocide 1984. During November 1984 thousands of Sikhs were brutally burnt alive throughout India in a series of organized genocidal massacres. These 30 years were marred by impunity as the perpetrators of genocide were awarded political positions and were given state patronage. The Indian judicial system suffered failure to nail the culprits.

Another injured Sikh arrested by Patiala police from Rajindra hospital

Patiala, Punjab (March 31, 2012): As per information available with Sikh Siyasat, Paramjeet Singh, fourth Sikh who was injured during clash at Arya Samaj area of Patiala, is also removed from Rajindra Hospital by Patiala police. Reliable sources revealed that Paramjeet Singh got discharged from hospital by the Police and was immediately arrested from the Hospital premiss yesterday evening.

Three Injured Sikhs arrested from Patiala, falsely charged with serious offences, sent to Ludhiana Jail

Patiala, Punjab (March 29, 2012): As per information received from Sikh Siyasat sources, three young Sikhs who were injured by police beating at Arya Samaj Patiala yesterday (March 28, 2012) are falsely charged with serious offences including "attempt to murder" under section 307 IPC.

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