Friday, January 1, 2010

Canada, Montreal Sikhs Hold a Conference on Sikh Genocide in India Pogroms in Nov. 1984

A conference to commemorate-cum-appeal to the world for recognition of yet another genocide in the world, is scheduled to take place in Montreal, Canada on Jan. 16, 2010. Many political prominents would be present to have deeper understanding of the 25-year-old occurrence. "Sikhs For Justice" a US-based organization is facilitating the event in association with most Sikh temples of the Montreal area.

(PRWEB) January 1, 2010 -- World history testifies, genocidal onslaughts have many a times hexed entire communities of an ethnicity in cold blood. Surely, the international community then stands obliged to precipitate action to force the executors and operatives face justice. Amnesty International has soldierly joined Sikhs to say “those found guilty of SIKH Massacre of 1984, should be punished”.

Pope John Paul 11 rightly remarked once that even if one individual is done with in pogroms intent, a preempt genocide is deemed to have been committed.    

Therefore, to remind the world in general and the governments of Canada, America, Europe in particular about the continued denial of justice to the victims and survivors of Nov. 1984 Sikh Massacre of more than 30,000 Sikh men, women and children, major Sikh organizations of the province of Quebec (Gurdwaras Guru Nanak Darbar In., Greater Montreal Inc., St-Roche and G. Quebec Inc) will jointly hold a commemoration in association with ‘Sikhs For Justice’ on Jan. 16, 2010 at 419 St. Roche, Park Extension, Montreal, Qc. between 1300hr and 1600hr.

The undersigned is privileged to extend greetings to all, on behalf of Sikh Community for a joyous New Year, while requesting participation and press coverage of the above commemoration, also at the same time sharing views of the audience; Sikh Community will appreciate.

Chattar Singh Saini

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