Dal Khalsa and its allies staged a protest against what they call constitutional wrongs, injustices
in Kashmir, Punjab and other peripheral states of the country the 'right to self determination and right to secede' in the light of the commitment made by India's first PM Jawahar Lal Nehru in his speech and denials.
The pro-freedom Sikh groups sought from country's dispensation to show magnanimity and allow the struggling peoples residing broadcast on 3rd June 1947.
Despite rainy and bad weather, hundreds of activists of Dal Khalsa, AISSF, SYP were carrying black flags, placards and banners to convey their message.
Party head Advocate Harpal Singh Cheema said the right to secede was recognized by the Geneva Convention.
Regarding the participation in the electoral process of the country, Dal Khalsa spokesman Kanwar Pal Singh strongly believes that the Indian electoral exercise is an illusion. We will stay away from parliament and assembly elections under the Indian dispensation.
"The litany of broken promises and injustices is endless, he said and added that this long story has rendered us homeless, hapless and hopeless. How does Sikhs see hope in elections?," he argued.
AISSF head Karnail Singh Peermohammad it was ironic that Sikhs were being (mal)treated has a second class citizen in this Hindu-India.
SYP head Paramjit Singh also spoke on the occasion.