Sunday, October 25, 2015

Dirty politics behind Punjab turmoil: Arvind Kejriwal

For the unrest in Punjab over the desecration of Guru Granth Sahib, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has blamed “dirty politics” and sought action against those responsible for the October 14 police firing that killed two Sikh protesters at Behbal Kalan in this district.
As the national convener of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) that fancies winning the 2017 assembly elections in the state, he went to Faridkot’s Sarawan and Niamiwala villages on Saturday to meet the families of police firing victims Gurjeet Singh (25) and Krishan Bhagwan Singh (45). All four MPs of the AAP are from Punjab, of which two were suspended recently for “anti-party activities”.
‘Pained by desecration’
Taking the Punjab government on, Kejriwal said it should have been prompt in reacting to the desecration incidents but let the public anger rage. Expressing pain over the tearing of copies of the Sikh holy book, he said it had hurt everyone and disturbed him personally.
Demanding strict action against the officials who ordered firing on peaceful protesters in Faridkot, Kejriwal also called for a fair inquiry to justify the Punjab government’s theory of a foreign hand in the first-reported desecration incident at Bargari in Faridkot district, adding that the official investigation, as of now, had many gaps. “If the Punjab government wants, it can catch the actual culprits within 24 hours and punish them, since it has all the agencies it takes,” Kejriwal said.
Reacting to the demand for people’s commission that religious preachers have raised to look into the Bargari incident, Kejriwal said it was the state’s responsibility to inquire. Appealing for peace and harmony in Punjab, he said big injustice had been done to the families of the firing victims and the AAP was with them.
Addressing the media at Sarawan village of police firing victim Gurjeet Singh, Kejriwal said Punjab was burning and the state government need to do something quickly. “Delay in catching the real culprits will intensify public anger,” he said. Party’s Punjab affair’s in-charge Sanjay Singh, Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann, Faridkot MP Sadhu Singh, senior leader HS Phoolka, and Punjab convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur accompanied him.
‘Don’t frame innocents’
The families of the two brothers accused of sacrilege were also present at Sarawan when Kejriwal said that no innocent should be implicated, unless the government wanted to risk more unrest. Gurjeet’s family asked Kejriwal to lead its fight for justice. “Even if the protesting mob swells to lakhs, firing is not justified. After cane charge, tear gas and warnings, if the situation still demands it, firing should be at the feet. To shoot directly into the crowd is condemnable,” said the AAP convener.
Kejriwal claimed Gurjeet’s family must have the copy of the first-information report (FIR) against the police officials who had ordered firing. “The family also has the right to record its statement. The cops who killed two innocent men deserve to be punished,” he added. Sarban Singh, maternal grandfather of Gurjeet Singh, said police had declined the family’s repeated requests for the FIR. “My grandson went out to serve langar (food prepared in common kitchen) at the protest, and within 45 minutes, was brought back dead,” he said. On October 21, the government had ordered an FIR against police for opening fire.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Gurbachan Singh: We are higher than Panj Piyares – Sikh house in chaos

They can’t take such decisions, says Makkar; we’re supreme, asserts Akal Takht jathedar

Amritsar, Punjab: Plunging the Sikh ‘panth’ into a deeper crisis over pardon to Sirsa dera head, defiant Panj Pyaras asked the five Sikh jathedars to step down for hurting the religious sentiments of the Sikh community by taking decisions that were in violation of the ‘maryada’ (tenets) and status of the Akal Takht — the supreme temporal authority of Sikhism.
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) was quick to term their decree as illegal, saying the suspended Panj Pyaras have no “legal right” to issue any such order.
Before seeking the resignation of the jathedars, the Panj Pyaras waited for them from 10.20 am to 11.55 am at the Akal Takht in the Golden Temple complex here. When nobody turned up, the Panj Pyaras issued a ‘gurmatta’ (religious decree), asking the jathedars to resign.
“A number of decisions taken in the recent past were against the norms that govern the Akal Takht,” said the ‘gurmatta.’
The ‘gurmatta’ also directed the SGPC executive to secure the resignation of the jathedars. If they fail to quit on their own, the executive should terminate their services, it added.
The Panj Pyaras had summoned the jathedars, including Akal Takht jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh, for their role in granting pardon to Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in a blasphemy case.
The Panj Pyaras, dressed in their traditional white flowing robes, waited for jathedars on the first floor of the Akal Takht building. When they failed to appear, the five held consultations among themselves and thereafter drafted the ‘gurmatta’.
“You have violated Sikh tenets by failing to appear in person before us. Neither did you send any message or gave us a written clarification, which clearly shows your intentions of having little or no regard for the religious codes that govern our institutions”, stated the handwritten ‘gurmatta’.

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Friday, October 23, 2015

Protest In London : Against Discecretion of Sri Guru Granth Sahib

 1000s of Sikhs from across the UK are protesting in London against the desecration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and the killing of 2 young protestors in Panjab by the police . Further 100s of protesters were wounded.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Goindwal Sahib : SikhsIndia

Guru Granth Sahib sacrilege: Woman, gurdwara granthi held for Ghawaddi incident

The two suspects in police custody in Ludhiana Monday.  (Gurmeet Singh)

THE first arrests made in the series of sacrilege cases reported from across the state recently, the Ludhiana police on Monday said that Ghawaddi sacrilege was executed by a woman resident of the same village and that gurdwara granthi Sikander Singh helped her in hiding the incident. 

The police claimed that the woman, Balwinder Kaur, 48, had confessed to her crime, saying she tore 20 pages of the Guru Granth Sahib at Guru Ravidas Gurdwara at Ghawaddi village around 4 am on Saturday. Later, she herself raised the alarm to avoid suspicion. 

While the woman has been booked under sections 295-A and 34 of the IPC for hurting religious sentiments, the granthi has been booked under Section 201 of the IPC for disappearance of evidence. 

During the press briefing, Police Commissioner P S Umranangal and Deputy Police Commissioner Narinder Bhargav did not divulge why she did it. “It is an extremely sensitive issue and certain things are under investigation as of now. There is a third person behind the whole scene but it is a matter of investigation,” said Umranangal. 

Police sources told The Indian Express that Kaur, a baptised (Amritdhari) Sikh and a widow, confessed that she was promised Rs 1 lakh for carrying out the sacrilegious task but was not paid a penny. She was closely associated with the Shiromani Akali Dal and her son Ranjit Singh became nambardaar of the village since SAD came to power in 2012. She first claimed that a local Congress leader told her to do the job. Later, she backtracked. “She is denying as of now if some Sirsa Dera follower was behind it,” said a source. “She has been closely associated with the Akali Dal for years and lived mostly inside gurdwara as a sewadaar. Her younger son was rarely seen in the village since his father died.” 

with thanks : Indian Express : LINK : for detailed news.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Arvind Kejriwal on Beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib Ji In Punjab

Guru Granth Sahib desecration: Congress MLA quits, 3 Akali Dal leaders resign

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In signs of an intensifying crisis for the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) over the repeated desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib, Ramanjit Singh Sikki, the Congress MLA of Khandoor Sahib, resigned from the Assembly on Sunday, while three high-profile SAD members quit their party. 

An office-bearer of the Sant Samaj, a pro-SAD association of Sikh preachers, also quit his post. 

Calling himself a ‘true Sikh’ in the resignation letter forwarded to the Punjab Speaker, Sikki said he was pained by the desecration incident in Bath village, which falls in his constituency. 

“Being a true Sikh and understanding my moral responsibility, I resign from my assembly seat. Kindly accept my resignation,” Sikki, who is in the Amarinder faction of the Congress, wrote in the brief resignation letter. 

with thanks : Indian Express : LINK : for detailed news.

Plans to build new Sikh temple in Irvine

Guru Nanak Sikh Temple in Irvine

PLANS have been submitted to build a new Sikh temple in Irvine.
North Ayrshire Council last week received proposals to construct a gurdwara, a Sikh place of worship, to the north of George Court. This would be built just yards from the Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Bank Street, which is currently Ayrshire’s only Sikh temple.The site identified for the new temple is on vacant land, north to the current block of flats in the area.
Mr B.Singh, the man behind the plans, has also proposed to build 51 new car parking spaces around the new temple as well as outlining a possible future link road from new developments. If approved, the building would be fitted with a meeting hall, offices, a classroom, kitchen and dining hall on the ground and first floors.
The main prayer hall and rooms would be included on the second floor. It remains unclear whether the Sikh temple in Bank Street would close to be replaced by the building. 

with thanks : irvinetimes : LINK : for detailed news.

Sikhs protests continue; three held for desecration of holy book

Chandigarh: Two 'granthis' and a woman were arrested in connection with cases of desecration of the holy book of the Sikhs in Punjab where activists of various outfits blocked roads and highways at several places to protest the sacrilege.

While a 'granthi' in a gurudwara in Nijjapura village of Amritsar district was arrested for allegedly committing an act of sacrilege, police took into custody a woman working as a sweeper and a granthi in connection with the Ghawaddi village desecration case in Ludhiana district.
Amritsar Senior Superintendent of Police (rural) Jasdeep Singh Saini said police received a call from the priest of a gurudwara at Nijjarpura late last night that three persons forcibly entered the shrine and tore the pages of the holy book.
"The statement of priest appeared false following which he was interrogated by police before other people working in the shrine," he said.
The 30-year-old 'granthi' Jagdeep Singh confessed that he had committed the crime and had tried to mislead the police, Saini said.
"The perpetrator of crime, who himself is the granthi of gurdwara, has been arrested," the SSP said.
In another case, police arrested a woman, identified as Balwinder Kaur (45), and 'granthi' Sikandar Singh (46) in connection with the Ghawaddi desecration case, Ludhiana Commissioner of Police Paramraj Singh Umrangal said.
Sikh outfits, meanwhile, continued to stage dharnas at several places in Punjab against incidents of sacrilege and to press for arrest of police officials involved in firing at Behbal Kalan village in which two persons were killed.
Several highways in the state remained blocked for hours together as traffic was diverted, police said.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor Sucha Singh Chhotepur visited the dharna site near Gurdaspur.
In Jalandhar, dharnas were staged at Chiheru bridge on GT road, chowk Maqsoodan and several other places, police said, adding a minor clash between Sikh activists and shopkeepers also took place at Jalandhar.
Peace marches were also taken out at various places, including Faridkot, Moga, Mansa, Tarn Taran, Sangrur and Bathinda in the state by the Sikh activists.
Trucks coming from Srinagar carrying apple to Maharashtra have been stranded near Harike bridge, police said.
In Ludhiana, protesters have started dharna at Baba Than Singh chowk, police said.

with thanks : Zee News : LINK 

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Saturday, October 17, 2015

Parliament of the World's Religions 2015 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City,USA

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Parliament of the World's Religions attendees break bread together at Sikh community's langar :Salt Lake City ,USA

Members of the international Sikh community and a host of volunteers are preparing and serving thousands of communal meals, langar, each day to people taking part in the Parliament of the World's Religions at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City ,USA.

Their guests are people taking part in the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions. Sikhs throughout the world are offering langar throughout the five-day event.

In the Sikh religion, langar means common kitchen in temples where food is served to all visitors without distinction of background for free.
Visitors are asked to remove their shoes, cover their heads and wash their hands before taking a seat on a carpet, where they are served a vegetarian meal that commonly includes dishes such as rice, curry vegetables and naan, an oven-baked flatbread.

"Everyone sits on the floor and feels equal. Let's say President Obama and a homeless man come to the langar. They would sit down together," said Sarbjit Singh, of Los Angeles, a Sikh who is affiliated with the Khalsa Care Foundation.

Singh said Sikhs feed all people who visit their temples so they regularly serve hundreds of free meals. But scale of the langar served each day at the Parliament is massive.

Since Thursday, thousands of pounds of food prepared at two Sikh temples in Salt Lake County have been trucked to the Salt Palace Convention Center, where the Parliament is being conducted, said Jagdish Singh Gill, a Utah Sikh who is a leader of the langar committee.

"It's service to humanity. We want to share with them. They're coming from all over the world. We want to be able to provide them free food, tea and coffee," he said.

At the Salt Palace, dozens of volunteers cook hundreds of pounds of rice in enormous pots, bake some 4,000 naan in ovens, and prepare hundreds of gallons of tea and coffee.

"Sharing and caring, those are the two keys. Every Sikh must do it with everyone, not just each other. We're all children of God," Singh said.

Parliament participant Jen Bernstein of Petaluma, California, said sitting down for a meal with people of such diverse faith backgrounds was "incredible."

"It's just remarkable. It tears me up a little bit, quite honestly, to see so much hospitality, so much grace and unflagging hospitality and kindness," she said. "It's really quite overwhelming, actually."

Bernstein, who said she is Jewish and Pagan and serves as a veterinary and community chaplain, is deeply immersed in interfaith activities.

"This is still remarkable, special and unique," she said.

Cameron Kennedy, a filmmaker from Australia, said he had his first experience with langar when the Parliament of the World's Religions met in Barcelona in 2004.

When his group arrived in Spain, they were exhausted, spoke no Spanish and came upon langar by happenstance.

"We felt the love and the food and the give. This one is a little spicier than the one in Barcelona," he said.

Kennedy's daughter, Emily, took part in her first langar Friday.

"I'm feeling the love," she said as volunteer servers walked down rows offering additional helpings of rice, garbanzo beans and other dishes.

"They keep coming back and they want to make sure everyone is served, that they're very full and that makes me happy," she said.

Singh said hundreds of volunteers will prepare and serve langar each day for the duration of the five-day parliament.

While local volunteers representing many faith traditions are helping out, some Sikhs traveled throughout the county and the globe to contribute. There are 60 volunteers from the United Kingdom alone.

Kennedy said he brought his daughter to the last two Parliament so she could be immersed in religious diversity and to learn about the global service performed by interfaith organizations.

"The world would probably be a different place without the people at this event, he said.

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Friday, October 16, 2015

Midland Langar on BBC MIdlands Today

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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Tension in Punjab as bandh follows Kotkapura firing

A day after two Sikh activists were killed in police firing in Kotkapura during protests over the desecration of a ‘bir’ of Guru Granth Sahib, tension continued in the area on Thursday as members of the community took to the streets on a call for bandh in the state. Entire Punjab is observing a Bandh today. 

We have got few pics from Jallandhar city :

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

A New Business Class:Gurpreet Singh (Dalit ) who turned first Generation Entrepreneurs

Gurpreet Singh, 30 (Chandigarh)

Project: Manufacturing facility for fly-ash bricks, blocks and pavers VC funding: Rs 8.5 crore 

From a mini solar plant to an e-commerce site for second-hand vouchers, Gurpreet Singh ( Dalit ) has turned into first-generation entrepreneurs, backed by a government VC fund.

When Gurpreet Singh was about seven years old, he would wonder why he could not visit one of the two gurdwaras in Bhajauli, his father’s village in Punjab. “I would ask my grandfather why he would not take us to that gurdwara. He never explained, but I now know that as Dalit Sikhs, we were denied entry into that one,” says Singh, 30, CEO of MGM Infra Development Solutions Pvt Ltd.

Son of an engineer in a government department at Bhaddal, Punjab, Singh went on to do a BTech in computer engineering from the Institute of Engineering & Technology, Bhaddal, in 2008, after which he worked for Dell in Mohali for a year. He later joined a private infrastructure company and was involved in building the “first air conditioned bus stand in Mohali”. But he “always wanted to strike out on his own”.

Another job later, he knew what he had to do. “While speaking to friends in Bengaluru, I learnt that the Metro construction there uses hollow blocks made of fly ash. In Punjab, we generally use kiln-made bricks, not fly ash. So, in 2013, I decided to set up a manufacturing facility for fly ash and concrete-based building material,” he says.

His father sold the family property to give him Rs 4 crore for the initial capital to set up the company. But Singh needed Rs 18.2 crore in all. Once again, he would encounter “caste discrimination, though not so overt”. At least three banks, he says, rejected his loan application.

Finally, last October, the Bank of Maharashtra lent his company a loan of Rs 4.7 crore.
Under the VC fund, he has been sanctioned Rs 8.5 crore. Having secured most of the investment, Singh is looking ahead. “I want to involve the best brains in construction technology, so we have tied up with German company Hess,” he says.
Singh feels there is still a need for “more positive discrimination”. “Reservations are filled to satisfy government norms, but most decision-making is not with SCs”.

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Community Langar Held in Mosque : “Hi Langar, Goodbye World Hunger”

People of different faiths partaking the langar hosted in the Jama Masjid, Ludhiana,India

THE OLD building of Jama Masjid, in the narrow streets of Field Ganj in Old City of Ludhiana, witnessed an unusual scene this Sunday. A Hindu priest, P D Shukla, in saffron robes and a rudraksh mala in hand, was going around the mosque premises, asking people if they have had a proper meal. So was Manpreet Singh, a church pastor, as some Sikhs served food in the mosque’s courtyard.. The food was prepared in the community kitchen (langar) on the rooftop of the mosque. Close to 400 people — madrasa children, some Sikhs and laborers, too — were served food..

“Hi Langar, Goodbye World Hunger,” read the banner at the entrance of the mosque, put up by Sikh Press Association (SPA) and Basics of Sikhi, who chose the mosque as the venue to celebrate International Langar Week. We want to spread the message of communal harmony as well as give a call to fight world hunger, said the representatives of the four communities. Among the attendees was Tanvir Singh Dhaliwal, a Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) councilor, who said he accepted the invitation as it was for a noble cause. “It is in the teachings of our Guru that serving food to the poor is supreme. I appreciate that the event was held in a mosque and I chose to attend it not as an Akali councilor but as a Sikh. Muslims always invite us for feast on Eid. It is good that this time Sikhs offered to serve langar in a mosque,” said Dhaliwal. He said the ‘Dadri incident’, where a Muslim man was lynched on suspicion of storing and consuming beef, was a “blot on the nation as a whole”. “It was ridiculous. Personally, I see it as a blot on the country which will be remembered for years to come,” said Dhaliwal. As for Akali Dal ally, BJP, supporting beef ban in various states, Dhaliwal said, “I would not like to comment on it but personally such things should not happen.” P D Shukla and Manpreet Singh said the Dadri incident should have been “tackled better”. “People are not fighting; politicians are making them to do so. It is all a political game in the wake of Bihar polls. Food is everyone’s right, irrespective of religions,” said Singh. “The man should not have been killed and culprits should be punished. Cow slaughter is a sin but killing a man is insane,” said Shukla. Shahi Imam, Punjab, Maulana Habib Ur Rahman said, “It is for the first time that such a langar by Sikhs was proposed in our mosque and we readily agreed. Someone just asked me if people from other religions can enter a mosque. I replied ‘it is not khuda ka ghar (it is not God’s home), if all cannot come’. Politicians are going all out to divide the country but people should give them a befitting reply.” Harjinder Singh Kukreja, trustee, SPA, and the organizer of the langar, said, “There is a debate over beef versus no beef but our purpose is just to fight world hunger. We feel world hunger is bigger issue than fighting over cows and beef.”.


Thursday, October 8, 2015

Indian American Sikh Shot Dead In California’s Oakland City

A 45-year-old Indian American was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in California, prompting police to announce a USD 10,000 reward money for information leading to the arrest of the killer. SF Gate reported earlier today, Oct 8, that Oakland police investigators have identified a 23-year-old man ‘Joevan Lopez’ for shooting 45-year-old Jasvir Singh. Lopez was described as 5 feet 7 inches tall and 158 pounds, with dreadlocks.
Jasvir Singh was fatally shot inside his ice-cream van on Saturday in California’s Oakland city, San Jose Mercury News reported. According to residents of the locality, a gunman approached Mr Singh, shot him inside his van and ran away through the backyards.
Local residents described the horror of the broad day-light killing and expressed their fears of rising crimes on the streets of Oakland city.
“I don’t understand why someone would murder our ice cream man,” said Paula, a nearby resident.
“I heard five shots and came to my front door. I just feel really bad; he was doing his job, and now he’s gone,” she added.
with thanks : theindianpanorma : LINK : for detailed news report.

#TalvarThisFriday by Meghna Gulzar

If you want to know and understand that how the law enforcing agencies operate in our country & how we are at the mercy of those who have the responsibility to deliver the justice to the society, you must watch the new release, i.e. TALVAR by Meghna Gulzar on 2nd October itself.

I am sure all of you must have heard or read the entire news story of Aarushi Talwar, who was murdered at the age of just 14 years. Someone had slit her throat. The family servant was also found dead, again with the same modus operandi, i.e. throat slit. 

The news had shocked everyone with a big question that how the parents could kill their 14 years old daughter. But the investigation agencies had termed the murder as the Honor Killing stating that the parents of Aarushi Talwar i.e. Dr Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Talwar had seen her in the compromising position with the servant.

Directed by Meghna Gulzar - daughter of Rakhee & Gulzar, the movie has given three perspectives to the murder with an absolutely unbiased approach to the case and lets the audience decide which version of truth they want to believe. The question remains that why we can’t have a system that can deliver justice without any favour, without any pressure, without any discrimination and without any delay as the justice delayed is justice denied.

Vishal Bhardwaj has rightly pointed the name TALVAR towards Aarushi as well as for Goddess of Justice who is blindfolded, carries a weighing scale and a sword to give the justice by way of treating everyone equal in front of the law.

While viewing the special screening of the movie we were just speechless. It clearly showed the role of investigating agencies that can turn the investigation in any direction they prefer.

Irrfan Khan plays the role of an investigating officer, while Neeraj Kabi and Konkona portray the roles of Aarushi's parents with Tabu in a special appearance. As usual Irrfan has given a great performance and his dialogues are very catchy. Konkona looks beautiful and has done complete justice to her "unusual" character of a mother convicted of murdering her own child. A must watch movie, being released on the 2nd October. Don’t miss it if you really want to know that what happened to Aarushi.  

Please go through the link to know more about TALVAR. The Trailer video is also being embedded below :