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AISSF to organise a candle march on International Human Rights Day Dec 10

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    Punjab Newsline Network
    Thursday, 18 November 2010
    CHANDIGARH: All India Sikh Students Federation have decided to organize a peaceful candle march on International Human Rights Day, 10th of December in evening at Amritsar (Sri Akaltakht Sahib) to raise voice against people who were involved in killing of Sikhs in November 1984 Sikh Genocide.

    President of AISSF Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad said that from previous 26 years the victims and witnesses of November 1984 Sikh Genocide are fighting for justice but government and courts have not given them the right justice. All the people in the world celebrate the Human Rights Day on December 10, every year and we take this opportunity to appeal the organization of Universal Declaration of Human Rights to support us in helping victims and witnesses of November 1984 Sikh Genocide.

    A Meeting regarding this declaration took place in Chandigarh Thursday at Gurudwara Shaheedi Bhagh which involved more than 200 people including former member of SGPC Amrinder Singh and Social Worker Bibi Manjit Kaur.

    http://www.punjabnewsline.com/conte...h-international-human-rights-day-dec-10/26165
     
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