Troops raid Golden Temple”. Retrieved 23 January In July he moved to the Harmandir Sahib Golden Temple complex in Amritsar and began preaching that Sikhs should initiate a battle for creation of a separate state of Khalistan. Narain had been present at the clash between the Nirankaris and the Akhand Kirtani Jatha and had served as a witness in the court case of the incident. Khalistani currency had already been distributed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jarnail Singh accompanied him and succeeded him as head of the Mehta taksal after his death in
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Retrieved 28 October Archived from the original on 18 January Bhindranwale had started the efforts for his demand inand by mid had managed to gain support for his plan to divide India. While the Akalis pressed on with their two-pronged strategy of negotiations and massive campaigns of civil disobedience directed at the Central Government, others were not so enamoured of nonviolence. Archived from the original on 3 November During a random check, one truck was stopped and many aant guns and large quantity of ammunition was found.
At the agreed time he emerged address a large crowd of his followers who armed with spears, swords and snat firearms.
On 13 Aprilthe day to celebrate the birth of Khalsaa peaceful Sant Nirankari convention was organized in Amritsar, with permission from the Akali state government.
India Today 35th anniversary. Indira Gandhi considered the Anandpur Resolution as a secessionist document and evidence of an attempt to secede from the Union of India.
Bhindranwale never learned English but had good grasp of Punjabi language. Gandhi’s Last Battle Calcutta: Bhindranwale was originally not very influential, but the activities of Congress elevated him to the status of a major leader by the early s.
Retrieved 29 October In retaliation, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi jarnakl assassinated at her Delhi home by two of her Sikh bodyguards, which in turn led to violence against Sikhs in…. The Sikh leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and most of his armed followers were killed, as were at least Indian soldiers.
Thousands of people joined the movement in the hope of acquiring a larger share of irrigation water and the return of Chandigarh to Punjab. While Bhindranwale was openly supporting such elements. In the summer ofBhindranwale and the Akali Dal launched the Dharam Yudh Sqnt battle for righteousnesswith its stated aim being the fulfilment of a list of demands based on uarnail Anandpur Sahib Resolution to create an autonomous state for Sikhs.
A criminal case was filed against sixty two Nirankaris, by the Akali led government in Punjab.
InBhindranwale and approximately armed followers moved into jaranil guest-house called the Guru Nanak Niwas, in the precinct of Harmandir Sahib and made Golden Temple complex his headquarters. Why I Supported the Emergency. Archived from the original on 20 June Confrontation, Assassination, and Succession, by Robert L. According to Lieutenant General Kuldip Singh Brarwho commanded the operation, the body of Bhindranwale was identified by a number of agencies, jarjail the police, the Intelligence Bureau and militants in the Army’s custody.
Government publication, National government publication. Even then Congress was unable to control Bhindranwale after coming back to power in the Indian general election, Members of his militant group often served as willing and unpaid killers.
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Archived from the original on 21 June Archived from the original on 13 November Communists known as ” Naxalites “, armed Sikh groups — the ” Babbar Khalsa ” and ” Dal Khalsa “, sometimes worked hand in hand and clashed with the police. Retrieved 7 June Pan in association with Cape,