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  • Jagdish Kaur

    Jagdish Kaur

    Jagdish Kaur, who was the Principal of a Nursing College in 1984, recounts how the trauma changed her life and defined its choices forever. While she was in Faridkot, her husband witnessed the June Army attack on gurudwara Dukhnivaran Sahib in Patiala and was “mentally tortured” by what he experienced. The couple left for the US, leaving their children behind. Four years later, they were re-united. But Kaur recognizes that other families were not as fortunate. She holds that the […]

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  • Taranjeet Kaur

    Taranjeet Kaur

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  • Harwant Singh Gill

    Harwant Singh Gill

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  • Tajinder Pal Singh

    Tajinder Pal Singh

    “There are two types of terrorism everywhere in the world: State terrorism and terrorism by the afflicted parties… Leave aside what happened in 1984 for a minute, although it can never leave my psyche or the psyche of any sensible Indian who understands the conspiracy of the government and political parties…but at least don’t let it happen again…don’t play with your own people for votes!” In 1984, Tajinder Pal Singh was a young student in Delhi University, Khalsa College, North […]

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  • Manmohan Singh Khalsa

    Manmohan Singh Khalsa

    Manmohan Singh Khalsa records his story from Southall, UK. He has been in exile since 12 February 1984 till the present day. He was a founding member of the Dal Khalsa in 78 in Chandigarh, Punjab and says many false cases, including sedition, were slapped on him in retaliation to his political organizing.  

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  • Harjinder Singh Nagi

    Harjinder Singh Nagi

    Mr. Nagi’s account provides insight to the post-1984 forced creation of the Sikh diaspora worldwide. A businessman dealing in motor parts in 1984, Nagi anticipated a few isolated incidents of rage following Indira Gandhi’s death, but he could never have pre-empted the bloody campaign induced against the Sikhs, which also claimed the life of one of his close friends. While violence raged just outside their vicinity in Trilokpuri, Harjinder Singh was stuck inside his house for almost a week, asking […]

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  • Harmohan Singh

    Harmohan Singh

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  • Lal Singh

    Lal Singh

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  • Indermohan Singh

    Indermohan Singh

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  • Harminder Singh, Harry

    Harminder Singh, Harry

    A child witness of 1984, Harry remembers everybody wearing black, dastaars or rumaals, while he was carried on his dad’s shoulders during a protest after June 1984 in Ottawa, Canada. 30 years later, after time to reflect on all the events and the various reactions to the violence, he says: “I really don’t want justice. I don’t believe the people who are going to give justice, are worthy of giving it.”  

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