Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, June 6
Various Sikh organisations observed the anniversary of the Operation Blue today.
Several speakers shared their views on the need for equality among minorities and also spoke about the historical importance of the day and the lives lost to operation. Key speakers on the occasion were Ambedakar Sena president Harbhajan Suman, Imam of the Jama Masjid Phagwara Owais-Ur-Rahman, Muslim leader Ghulam Sabba and historian and speaker on the incidents of June 1984 Alliance for Sikhs Coordinator Parmapal Singh Sabhran.
The event was dedicated to the unity of minorities in the nation. A needy Sikh entrepreneur who lost his business during the lockdown and the Covid pandemic was given financial help on the occasion. Sikhs for Equality Foundation director Sukhdev Singh Phagwara also spoke on the occasion. Amarjit Singh Sandhu, Harpret Singh, Iqbal Singh, Sarabjt Singh were among others present on the occasion.
Meanwhile, various Sikh groups also held a protest at the Guru Nanak Mission Chowk today on the anniversary of the Operation Bluestar.
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