Indian State Targeting Sikh Youths, says Sikh Leaders
BATHINDA, Punjab—Interacting with media in Bathinda on May 13, the senior vice president of Dal Khalsa Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj said that the Supreme Court of India has depicted an anti-Sikh attitude by ordering the transfer of arrested Sikh youths to Delhi without any reason. He has said that Jaggi Johal and other Sikh youths were being targeted under a highly deliberated policy and the Supreme Court has ordered their transfer to Delhi to exploit their families.
Baba Hardeep Singh Mehraj, who was accompanied by Bhai Gurwinder Singh Bathinda, Bhai Surinder Singh Nathana, Bhai Bhagwan Singh Sandhu and Bhai Paramjit Singh Jaggi on this occasion, also condemned the indictment of Lakha Sidhana and other Sikh youths under attempt to murder charges by the Punjab police.
The Sikh leaders further said that the Indian state was eager to reinstate Badal regime in Punjab due to which anyone protesting against the Badals is being indicted in fake cases by the police. SYP activist Harpreet Singh Bathinda, Dal Khalsa’s vice president Jeevan Singh Gill also appealed the like-minded organizations to participate in the protest march to be taken out in Bathinda on May 16.