Thousands March Through London


Event Commemorates 1984 Sikh Genocide

Up to 20,000 people have protested in London’s Hyde Park calling commemorating the deaths of Sikhs killed during the Indian Army’s raid on the Golden Temple in Amritsar.


The event saw all Sikh organisations, come together to remember those who lost their lives in the 1984 genocide – known as Operation Blue Star. The rally started at 11am at Hyde Park, moving through Green Park and culminating at Waterloo Place.


Those who spoke at the rally, included, Deputy Chairman of Conservative Party Kishan Devani, Deputy Leader candidate of the Labour Party Tom Watson, Birmingham Labour Councillor, Preet Gill, Councillor Chaz Singh and John Spellar.  



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