Khalistan News

Explained: Former Khalistan supporters can now enter India — here’s how

Being on the Adverse List meant that these people, who have now either taken asylum in foreign countries or are their citizens, could not get a visa to visit India.

Khalistani militant wanted in over 50 cases arrested in Delhi

Police claimed that the accused was involved in more than 50 cases pertaining to terror related activities, murder of police officers, and bank dacoities in Punjab, Delhi, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh during the 1980s.


I don't know who is Gopal Chawla: Navjot Sidhu on photo with Khalistani leader

Chawla, the general secretary of Pakistan Sikh Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee shared his purported photograph with Sidhu on his Facebook page.

Attempts being made through 'external linkages' to 'revive' insurgency in Punjab: Army chief

"Let us not think that Punjab (situation) is over. We cannot close our eyes to what is happening in Punjab. And, if we do not take early action now, it will be too late," Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said.

Whatsapp blocks account of legal advisor to pro-Khalistan outfit

The Punjab government had also filed FIRs for sedition against the workers of Sikhs For Justice, including Pannun, who had put up posters for the "referendum" in Punjab in 2017.

Attack on Akali leader will be probed: US envoy

Manjit Singh GK, who is also the president of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC), was earlier allegedly attacked by protesters in New York. Three persons have been arrested in connection with the attack in California.


Delhi Sikh body chief attacked outside US gurdwara, three arrested

Manjit Singh GK, president of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, was visiting the main Gurdwara in Yuba City, California, Saturday when, he said, a group of 30-35 people supporting the 'Khalistan 2020 referendum' attacked him.

UK government distances itself from pro-Khalistan rally

"Although we allowed the protest to take place, this should not be taken as expressing a view either in support or against. We are clear that this is a question for the people and government of India," a UK government source said.

Sikhs for Justice's call for Referendum 2020 misleading: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa, a radical Sikh outfit, on Monday termed Sikhs for Justice’s call for Referendum 2020 “misleading” and enough to create“illusion” among Sikhs seeking a homeland.

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh: ‘Referendum 2020’ a damp squib

Describing the SFJ fringe elements as mere social media tigers, who are trying to create a hype even when they have no support, both in India and abroad, the Chief Minister said the Sikhs were a patriotic community who have always stood for the unity and integrity of the country.