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  1. Just wanted to let the Sangat here know about the new 24x7 Akhand Kirtan radio station: Sikhbytes Radio. Its available on TuneIn radio and works on CarPlay and Android auto as well http://tun.in/sfvop
  2. Today morning's samagam
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  4. I have lately ordered my Turbans online from various vendors
  5. I think the AAP has promising future in Punjab. And AAP seems way better than AKali or Congress.
  6. Minorities are doomed in India. Welcome to Hindu Taliban!
  7. Great news that AAP fielded Jarnail Singh and HS Phoolka. 2 Gursikhs in their 1st list of 20 candidates. I think Sikhs should support AAP as much as possible.
  8. This man had noble intentions. But BJP and Congress were hand in hand to stop him at any costs. I think he will come back bigger.
  9. Aam Aadmi Party Gains Support from Sikhs BY SIKH24 EDITORS / IN PUNJAB, WORLD / JANUARY 11, 2014 SHARE 2 Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad (left) and Advocate H.S. Phoolka Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad (left) and Advocate H.S. Phoolka CHANDIGARH, Punjab (January 11, 2014)—Self styled president of All India Sikh Students Federation, Bhai Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad and renowned Sikh lawyer H.S. Phoolka, a senior advocate of Indian apex court, have decided to join the Aam Admi Party (AAP). As per a statement made by both Sikhs, they were joining Aam Aadmi Party with ambition of saving the country from corruption and morality downfall. They also said that they would fill the membership form of AAP after performing Ardass at Sri Harmandar Sahib, Sri Amritsar. It is notable that Advocate Phoolka has been struggling for seeking justice for victims of the Sikh Genocide of 1984 on the legal front but he is known as an Indian nationalist, whereas Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad is a self styled president of AISSF. However, later has participated in 1984 justice campaigns with the collaboration of US based Sikh advocacy group Sikhs for Justice. Although not a Sikh, DGP Shashi Kant who has supported Sikh causes in past has also expressed desire of joining the Aam Aadmi Party. DGP Shashi Kant came into the news recently for supporting the cause of Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa. His role was well appreciated in release of the four Sikhs. He recently blamed the Punjab Police for trying to abduct him from his home in Chandigarh.
  10. Shashi Kant and Karnail Singh Peermohommad ( of AISSF) have joined AAP
  11. http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/former-punjab-dgp-shashi-kant-claims-abduction-bid-joins-aap-469614 Former Punjab DGP Shashi Kant claims abduction bid; joins AAP All India | Press Trust of India | Updated: January 10, 2014 23:54 IST Chandigarh: Former Punjab DGP Shashi Kant claimed that some policemen tried to abduct him this morning when he was going to the Aam Aadmi Party's office in Fatehgarh Sahib to join the outfit. Later in the day, the former Director General of Police (Prison) joined AAP at his residence in the presence of senior leaders of the outfit. Mr Kant alleged that some police personnel in civil uniforms made an unsuccessful attempt to abduct him when he came out of his residence in Sector 18 of the city this morning for being vocal against drug rackets in the state. He said he immediately called the Police Control Room (PCR), after which personnel from Chandigarh police rushed to the spot and rounded up at least five persons. The former DGP (Prison) alleged that he was continuously being "pressurised" by Punjab police after he had been vocal about drug nexus in the state. He alleged that politicians from major political parties, including Akali Dal and Congress, in the state and certain senior policemen were "patronising" drug mafias. Mr Kant late this evening joined the AAP in the presence of senior leaders of the newly-floated party. Meanwhile, Chandigarh Police looked into the matter and found that four members of an unarmed investigation team had gone to Sector 18 area in connection with an ongoing investigation pertaining to Mohali district. "They were duly examined by Chandigarh Police and it was concluded that there was no 'kidnapping plan' of any kind whatsoever as apprehended by Shashi Kant," a police officer said. However, the complaint submitted by Mr Kant was dismissed as the accusations in it were unfounded, the officer said. Speaking on the matter, Chandigarh SSP Sukhchan Singh Gill said Mr Kant's complaint had been found to be wrong. Two senior police officers visited Mr Kant at his residence and reminded him that he had been provided with two PSOs from Punjab Security Wing. They told the former DGP, if he has any such apprehensions in future, he or his PSOs should contact the Security Wing, police sources said. Meanwhile, Punjab Congress Chief Partap Singh Bajwa condemned the alleged attempt by police personnel to abduct Mr Kant. In a statement, he said the incident was "shocking and uncalled for". He alleged that ruling SAD leaders were frightened after the name of Mr Majithia had came to the fore in the synthetic drug racket. Mr Bajwa said Congress had taken up the issue of drugs in Punjab and started a state-wide agitation demanding a CBI inquiry into the drug racket. He said Mr Kant had also prepared a list of political leaders and police officers who are running drug mafia in Punjab. "He (Kant) had feared threat to his life from the ruling party," Mr Bajwa said. The Congress leader said Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, who holds the home portfolio, owed an explanation on the issue of kidnapping attempt of Mr Kant. He said this incident had endorsed the stand of Congress that Punjab police could not probe the drug racket, being under the influence of the ruling SAD-BJP government.
  12. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chandigarh/AAP-to-contest-all-13-Lok-Sabha-seats-in-Punjab/articleshow/28662798.cms AAP to contest all 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab RELATED Newbie Aam Aadmi Party decides to fight Lok Sabha pollsLok Sabha elections: Karunanidhi says DMK hasn’t started alliance deb...Lok Sabha elections to be held from mid-April2014 Lok Sabha elections: DMK rules out alliance with CongressGovt set to ban opinion polls before Lok Sabha elections JALANDHAR: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has announced that it would contest on all 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab in the forthcoming general elections. AAP spokesperson and working committee member Sanjay Singh, who was here to attend a workers' meet of the party, along with senior human rights advocate H S Phoolka, said that drugs would be a major issue for the party during parliamentary polls in Punjab, along with farmer suicides and national problems like corruption and inflation. The party has also favoured a judicial probe or a court-monitored investigation into the synthetic drug racket case in which druglord Jagdish Singh Bhola has named Punjab cabinet minister Bikram Singh Majithia. Sanjay said as investigations by Punjab police would have zero credibility with the DGP already giving a clean chit to Majithia, only a judicial probe could be fair or else, the court should monitor the proceedings. He further stated that CBI had proved its inefficiency in several high profile cases. Responding to a query, he said that while his party would contest all 13 Lok Sabha seats, there would not be any alliance. However, he revealed that talks with some groups in Punjab were on but nothing has been finalized. When pointed out that leaders from other parties were also mulling to join AAP, Sanjay Singh said that before the entry of any leader from other parties, three Cs -- corruption, criminal record and character - would be checked and there would not be any compromise on the criteria. Meanwhile, a workers meeting in Desh Bhagat Yaadgaar hall, which was packed to capacity, clearly reflected that the win in Delhi, where unknown faces defeated influential candidates, was being quoted by party leaders to mobilize workers, who also appeared to be brimming with enthusiasm. Addressing the gathering, Sanjay Singh said that the SAD-BJP government was trying to muzzle dissenting voices in the state. "We challenge Badal government to throw us into jail as it has been doing with agitators. We shall organize a major opposition to the state government and would sweep all the 13 seats in LS polls," he said.
  13. We all know how Congress and BJP are 2 faces of the same coin as far as Sikhs are concerned. While Congress openly butchered Sikhs in peri-1984 era, BJP is clearly known for its anti-Sikh policies. A new political party called AAP ( Aam Admi Party) has sprung in India. It actually formed government in Delhi state just a while ago. AAP seems to be focusing a lot on providing an honest and clean governance with a lot of emphasis on removing corruption. As far as Sikhs are concerned, it seems to be a much better alternative to Congress or BJP. Here's a few things which I think we should consider if we ( as Sikhs) were to support this party on a national level 1) This is the only party which openly supported the recent Bhai Gurbaksh Singh's movement. 2) AAP says both BJP and Congress are communal. It openly voices to bring corrupt BJP and Congress politicians to justice. 3) Senior lawyer HS Phoolka ( who has tirelessly & selflessly worked for the 1984 Carnage victims) recently joined AAP 3) A lot of liberal and intellectuals are joining AAP 4) Hindu terrorists attacked AAP's office as one of its senior members said there should be referendum for army presence in Kashmir, shows the fact that this party is anti-Hindtva 5) AAP joined in sooner than any other party when Nirpreet Kaur sat on hunger strike for 1984 victims 6) AAP mentioned in its manifesto to provide justice to victims of 1984 genocide 7) AAP has a Sikh cell within the party. 8) Arvind Kejriwal ( leader of AAP) visited Gurdwara Bangla Sahib without any security within days of becoming chief minister of Delhi on occasion of Guru Gobind Singh Ji's Gurpurab. The question would be given the fact that Sikhs absolutely do not have any political voice in India ( assuming we all agree that Badals are rather anti-Sikh), would it be worthwhile for SIkhs to support AAP ? We need to align ourselves with a national party in India & by aligning with BJP, the Badals have ruined a lot of our prospects. Congress and BJP have done their best to malign Sikhs at all levels. Should Sikhs align with AAP early only ( while it is still in its infancy)?