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Further UK Cabinet Office Papers Show The 1984 Conservative Government Gagged The Media And Banned Sikhs Protests

DiscoverSikhism has uncovered further documents from June and November 1984 which will horrify Sikhs and all those who value freedom, democracy and human rights.

Following our discovery, on 30th December 2014, of how the British Conservative Government betrayed Sikhs, DiscoverSikhism.com researchers have found additional information which shows the extent of the 1984 Conservative government's anti-Sikh hostility and press manipulations. (read more)

by Amrit Singh (1st January 2015)

New National Archive Information Shows How The British (Conservative) Government Betrayed Sikhs

DiscoverSikhism has found new documents which expose UK PM Margaret Thatcher's active position against Sikhs. UK Cabinet meetings show a hostile Sikh policy with no sympathy towards the many thousands massacred in Sikh Genocide. (read more)

by Amrit Singh (30th December 2014)

British Government Was Behind Sikh Genocide and Plans To Attack Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) in 1984

UK PM David Cameron ordered a probe into British links to June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib

UK Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher sent SAS to advise Indira Gandhi on Indian army plans "for the removal of dissident Sikhs from the Golden Temple".
A Top Secret UK file reveals this was months before the disastrous raid on Amritsar. ( read more...)

Illegitimate Sikh Weddings

UK Gurdwara's Are Carrying Out Illegitimate Sikh Weddings

The rules on the Anand Karaj, which is the formal name for the Sikh wedding, are set by the religion's supreme governing body which is based at the Golden Temple (Sri Akal Takht) in Amritsar, India.

In 2007, the Akal Takht advised gurdwaras the anand karaj should only be between two Sikhs, protesters say some gurdwara committees are conducting illegitimate Sikh marriages as a pre-text to induce money from unsuspecting families (read more...).

409th First Prakash of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

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