Sikh community holds demo in Geneva against Modi regime’s atrocities in India

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 The members of Sikh community held a protest demonstration in front of the United Nations Office in Geneva to highlight the atrocities of the Narendra Modi-led government and for the release of illegally detained Sikh political leaders and activists in India.

The protest was organized during the ongoing 53rd session of the UN Human Rights Council, which is being attended by human rights organizations and diplomats from around the world.

The protesters were chanting slogans and carrying placards against the Modi government.

Addressing the protesters, the speakers said those who speak for the rights of the Sikh community in India and invoke the name of Khalistan are unconstitutionally and illegally imprisoned.

They said, the prisoners are not released even after the punishment given by the courts, which is a blatant violation of the Geneva Convention and international law. This is totally unconstitutional and illegal, they added.

The speakers maintained that atrocities against Sikhs and other religious minorities were increasing day by day in India.

They urged the international community to take notice of cruelties against Sikhs, their extra-constitutional killings and forced disappearances in India. We will continue our struggle till the establishment of Khalistan, they said.

The Sikhs across the world are demanding creation of Khalistan – a homeland for the Sikhs by separating Punjab from India.

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