MELBOURNE: Secessionist pro-Khalistan workforce Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) has introduced that vote casting within the Australian Segment of the Punjab Independence Referendum shall be hung on January 29, 2023, in Melbourne.
Terming the continued international Khalistan Referendum because the remaining fight to “Kill The Indian Hindutva Gadget” this is accountable for the Sikh Genocide and to “Unlock Punjab”, the Sikhs For Justice introduced that Sikhs in Australia gets a possibility to have their say on the way forward for Khalistan and their loose will to reside as a loose Sikh country.
Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, legal professional at legislation and common recommend to SFJ, stated in a commentary that Khalistan Referendum Vote casting Centre in Melbourne has been devoted to Shaheed Satwant Singh and Shaheed Kehar Singh – the assassins of Indira Gandhi who have been hanged on January 6, 1989, in Tihar Prison Delhi.
On October 31, 1984, former Indian high minister Indira Gandhi used to be assassinated through Shaheed Beant Singh and Shaheed Satwant Singh for ordering Operation Bluestar – the army assault on the Sri Harmandir Sahib ensuing within the desecration of Sri Akal Takht Sahib and bloodbath of 10,000+ Sikh pilgrims in June 1984.
Gurpatwant Singh Pannun stated: “Within the wake of Indira Gandhi’s assassination, greater than 30,000 Sikhs have been focused and killed, ladies raped and Gurdwaras burnt throughout India through the Hindu mobs with the lively connivance of the management throughout the primary of week of November, 1984.
Until date not one of the recognized Hindu leaders who led loss of life squads throughout the November 1984 Sikh Genocide were convicted. We’re dedicating the Australian section of the Khalistan Referendum to our hero Sikh martyrs.”
From London, UK the place the Khalistan Referendum Vote casting began on October 31, 2021, so excess of 600,000+ Sikhs have voted within the polling held at Geneva, Milan, Rome and Toronto.
The worldwide vote casting in Khalistan Referendum is being held below the supervision of the Punjab Referendum Fee — a nonaligned panel of mavens on Director Democracy and Secessionist Referendums.