Despite India’s false propaganda and diplomatic efforts against Sikhs, the Modi government failed to prevent the Khalistan referendum.
Khalistan referendum is in complete consonance with the UN Charter. Sikhs for Justice is spearheading the campaign for the secession of Punjab from India for the creation of Khalistan. The sixth phase of the Khalistan referendum will be held in Geneva on 10 December 2021 under the supervision of the Punjab Referendum Commission.
Thousands of Sikhs from Europe will be descending on Geneva, Switzerland, during the UNHRC session to take part in the Khalistan Referendum voting.
The huge participation of Sikhs in different phases of a referendum has unnerved India. Khalistan referendum has sent a strong message to the Indian establishment to end discrimination against Sikhs and India should be prepared to give Sikhs their birthright of freedom.
Each year, 9 December is marked as the UN Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims and Crimes of Genocide.
The day is also remembered as the 73rd anniversary of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (the “Genocide Convention”), the first human rights treaty adopted by the General Assembly.
Unfortunately, genocide committed by Indian army under the garb of Hari Singh forces (Jammu Massacre 1947) goes unnoticed by International community.
27 October 1947 is the day when genocide of the Kashmiris was started. Educated Kashmiri youth is the main target of the genocide by Indian occupational forces.
Modi government has given free hands for the genocide of Kashmiris. The world community needs to take notice of the systematic cleansing of Kashmiris.
If the world failed to intervene and stop the massacre in IIOJK, it would be equally responsible along with the RSS for the genocide of Kashmiri Muslims.