Singh Soorme – Issue 2
On 30th October 2010 Neverforget84.com sevadaars alongside local volunteers (Southall) organised a Mahaan Sanjha Shaheedi Smagam in remembrance of those massacred in the 1984 Anti Sikh Pogroms, and also in remembrance of Shaheeds: Bhai Harjinder Singh ‘Jinda’, Bhai Sukhdev Singh ‘Sukha’, Bhai Beant Singh, Bhai Satwant Singh and Bhai Kehar Singh.
All Panthic Jathebandis participated whereby Kirtan and Katha was performed by AKJ, Taksaali, and Nihung Jathas, in addition to Dhadhi by Bhai Rasal Singh Chola Sahib (son of Shaheed Bhai Nirmal Singh, Chola Sahib) and Kavishri from Jagowale Jatha.
At this program, the 2nd Issue of Singh Soorme magazine was released, which details the lives and Shaheedi of the aforementioned Shaheeds.
From interviews with those who knew them personally, and letters written by them during the 4+ years they spent on death row, the magazine contains an exclusive and unique insight into two of the most prominent Jujharoo Singhs of the Khalistan movement, “Sukha and Jinda”. From their childhood, getting into Sikhi and joining the KCF, to assassinating the General Army Chief of Staff, AS Vaidya and Congress leaders Lalit Maken and Arjun Dass, to their Shaheedi.
Within 5 months of Operation Bluestar, Indira Gandhi the then Indian Prime Minister who ordered the attack was assassinated by Shaheed Beant Singh and Satwant Singh. Sadly very little is known about these two and also Bhai Kehar Singh who was framed for Conspiracy and also hanged alongside Satwant Singh. Using extracts from an in-depth interview with late Bibi Bimal Kaur and Shaheed Bhai Beant Singh’s children, an insight into the of consciousness of these two Shaheeds is given to understand what moved them to take Amrit and assassinate Indira Gandhi.
Features full length articles on:
1984 Delhi Massacres
Shaheed Bhai Beant Singh
Shaheed Bhai Satwant Singh
Shaheed Bhai Harjinder Singh ‘Jinda’
Shaheed Bhai Sukhdev Singh ‘Sukha’
To order a copy of the magazine, please make a donation (to cover postage and packing) of £3 (UK) or £5 (rest of the world).
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