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The hardest thing for any parent is for them to see the dead body of their young son..

it’s even harder to accept when he was killed for peacefully protesting!!

Bhai Jaspal Singh aged 18 was shot dead by the Punjab Police whilst protesting against the death sentence given to Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana!!

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"My brother had a dream since we were little to become shaheed one day"

When I asked him, where are you going with the bag" (as He had packed his bags in the morning and left hom)?

"He said I'm going to Patiala to meet Bhai Rajoana & I'm not coming back till He is free. If i dont come, consider me Shaheed.....When my brother had said this it was Akaal Purakh Waheguru speaking" - Bibi Kawaljeet Kaur Ji 

A Salute to Shaheed Bhai Jaspal Singh (Gurdaspur, Punjab) 29-03-2012 Parnaam Shaheeda nu!


First Shaheedi Smagam in memory of Bhai Jaspal Singh ji

at Baba Sang Gurdwara, St Pauls Road, Smethwick, B66 1EE

To commemorate the First Shaheedi anniversary of Bhai Jaspal Singh ji, ALL major National Sikh Youth groups in the UK have UNITED, along with the relatives of Bhai Jaspal Singh, to bring the following event:

First Shaheedi Smagam in memory of Bhai Jaspal Singh ji at

Baba Sang Gurdwara, St Pauls Road, Smethwick, B66 1EE

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Akhand Paat Sahib Arambh on the 29th March 10:30, and Bhog will be on the 31st March at 10:30 followed by Kirtan and Talks from LEADING Sikh youth personalities in this country.

There will also be 3 days of workshops and lectures throughout. This ENTIRE event will be done by the YOUTH. Would you like to get involved...To do Roal di seva in the Akhand Paath Sahib please contact Bhai Tarjinder Singh on 07411936411.

To do lectures or workshops please contact Sikh To Inspire team.

Please share OR like this post in memory of Bhai Jaspal Singh ji.

Parnaam Shaheeda Nu!! Link to this event:https://www.facebook.com/events/321478331288906/ Sikh community UNITED in remembrance of Bhai Jaspal Singh Ji.


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