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Fasting activist Surat Khalsa’s son-in-law murdered in Chicago, knife attack suspected

Sikh activist Surat Singh Khalsa’s son-in-law Satwinder Singh Bhola was murdered at 1.40 am on Monday in Perio area of Chicago by indentified persons.

By: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Updated: August 18, 2015 10:04 am

Sikh activist Surat Singh Khalsa’s son-in-law Satwinder Singh Bhola was murdered at 1.40 am on Monday in Perio area of Chicago by identified persons. Bhola (53) was husband of Sarvarinder Kaur who was with her father for the past many months.

She had gone back to Chicago only on August 5. Meanwhile supporters of Khalsa have blamed Indian agencies behind this act and have alleged that this is an act to force Surat Khalsa to give up his peaceful hunger strike. Sikh organizations have been circulating the message through social media along with pictures of Bhola.

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Kaur’s brother Ravinderjit Singh Gogi confirmed the news as he said, “we got this news and we all are very shocked to listen. My brother-in-law was coming back from his work and after he parked his car in the parking of his apartments, some unidentified persons attacked him with a knife and he died on the spot.” He said that the family was in a state of shock after this incident. Bhola was having his own business in Chicago.

Khalsa’s continues his hunger strike with the demand of premature release of Sikhs and Gogi maintained that come what may, his father will continue his hunger strike and will not bow to any pressure. Gogi stated that Punjab Government had tried that his father must give up his strike but they have failed.

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    harry
    Aug 20, 2015 at 1:53 am
    The world claims that india is the biggest democracy in the world, what a load of bull. Since Independence what has the indian government done for the Sikhs? the british have said that Sikhs made 0ver 70% of their army in the 40's while being only 2% of the potion of india. we were promised our homeland but 2/3's of Punjab given to stan, then after independence Kashmir himachal an harayana were taken out of Punjab by the indian government. When bhindrawalas body was shown to the media a journalist asked why is it covered in bruises? I thought he was shot dead? why was there a media blackout? during op bluestar? why havnt the people who murdered raped killed children women and men during the riots in 1984 been brought to justice ? over 30,000 Sikhs were murdered but not 1 person has been charged with a crime relating to the riots?!?!?!? eeven in Gujarat were modi was chief Sikhs have benn told to leave the lands given to farm on !!! there are Sikhs locked up without charge in india for over 30 years and the ones who have plead guilty have still received the maximum penalty. and those who have served their terms are still locked away wtf?!?!?! Sikhs are recognised all over the world as warriors of our time an past but india an hindhus simply fail to even acknowledge there sacrifice bravery an love, but the is only so much a singh/lion can take when backed into a corner eventually he will come out roaring and shredding everything in the way!!!!
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      Ravinder kaur
      Aug 18, 2015 at 2:10 am
      You guys only have stated half of the favs how about state everything from the beginning from why bapu has started the hunger strike that will be great
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        US Sikh
        Aug 18, 2015 at 6:59 am
        Nothing new, these *** journalist twist news. Get your facts right you s
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          Mavala
          Aug 18, 2015 at 1:05 am
          Nothing was missed. They deliberately twist Sikh news
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            Lakhvir Kaur
            Aug 18, 2015 at 6:01 am
            Indian media biased news... you are not even worthy of calling yourselves journalists. When you call yourself a journalist, you make certain promises to your audience. Journalists make these promises to protect the credibility of their work and earn the public's trust. Good journalism matters to each of us, to our society and to our planet. Just to remind you of a Reporter's Oath is to: Seek truth and the public good. Expose injustice. Report with fairness and accuracy. Defend the public's right to know. Respect human dignity. Discover and teach. Sadly, Indian media dances to the tunes of the government who oppress the minority potion, and results in unfactual, biased, government-controlled reporting. Shame on India media! We are demanding that illegally imprisoned citizens who have served their sentences be released. . You are a disgrace to the Oath of Journalism.
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