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Supporters of Amritpal Singh protest with swords, attack Police in Amritsar: How it is a stark reminder of the rise of Bhindranwale

Amritpal Singh supporters attacked police station in Ajnala, reports say the police station has been overrun.

‘There was no other way except to physically enter the Golden Temple’: Operation Bluestar hero recounts final nail in the coffin of Bhindranwale

"It is our diaspora who have gone abroad who are more pro-Khalistan and all that than those who are in India,” Lt General Brar emphasised.

OpIndia Impact: Posters describing the Indian Army as ‘Hindutva terrorists’ removed from Gurudwara in Jharkhand

On December 14 2022, OpIndia reported how several posters extolling Khalistani terrorist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and denouncing the Indian Armed Forces were put up in a Gurudwara in the Mango city in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand

The rise of Amritpal Singh in Punjab and the striking similarities with Bhindranwale’s early years

Soon after Deep Sidhu's demise in a road accident, in an official announcement, the organisation said that Amritpal Singh would henceforth manage it.

Deepening Hindu-Sikhs tensions to murder of Lala Jagat Narain and more: Brief history of attacks against Hindus in Punjab before peak insurgency

Dark days of Punjab found their roots long before Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale came to the fore - with Khalistanis killing Hindus

After Sangrur MP Simranjit Singh Mann compares Bhindranwale with Bhagat Singh, Khalistani sympathizers claim Bhindranwale was even greater

Khalistani sympathizers claimed Bhindranwale was more significant than Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh

‘Will launch probe into how it became part of syllabus’: Head of Punjabi University bends to SGPC, removes mention of Bhindranwale as terrorist

SGPC has written to Punjab University taking strong objection to one of its book mentioning Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale as a terrorist

AAP govt takes back order to remove pics of Khalistani terrorist Bhindranwale and Hawara from state-run buses because it ‘hurt religious sentiments’

PEPSU Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) took back the orders that it had passed on July 6 to remove the pictures of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and Jagtar Singh Hawara from state-run buses

Australia: ‘Khalistan Day’ billboards with image of Bhindranwale come up in Melbourne, removed after massive outrage by Indians

Indians in Melbourne were shocked to see posters and billboards displaying pictures of terrorist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale

Himachal Pradesh bans entry of vehicles with flags of Khalistani terrorist Bhindranwale, SGPC chief objects

Himachal Pradesh Govt has issued order denying entry to vehicles with flags of Khalistani terrorist Bhindranwale.

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