Sunday, June 5, 1988

In San Francisco

Dear Khalsa Ji:

The representatives of various Gurdwaras and other Sikh Community leaders of North California met at Gurdwara Sahib Fremont on Saturday, May 14, 1988 and decided to organize a big demonstration at San Francisco on Sunday, June 5, 1988 at 11:00 a.m.

This demonstration is being organized to observe the 4th Anniversary of the invasion of the golden Temple in June, 1984 and to register our protest and anguish at the fresh attack on the Golden Temple by the Indian Army.

An appeal was made at the meeting to all the Sikhs of California to join this protest demonstration in full strength so as to show our unity and strength to the butcher Government of Rajiv Gandhi and to convey the message of independence.


Date: Sunday, June 5, 1988

Venue: Union Square Park, San Francisco

Time: 11:00 a.m.

The protest march will start from the Union Square and will end in front of the office of San Francisco Chronicle.

The purpose of demonstrating before the office of a newspaper is to enlighten the American media about the justness of our independence movement and about the violation of. The human rights, and the repression of the Sikhs and other minorities by the Indian Government.

The buses are being arranged by the respective Gurdwara commit tees to the Union Square and back.

Kirtani Jathas will recite Gurbani at the Union Square. The marchers will also be served with Guru Ka Langar.


Management Committee

Gurdwara Sahib

300 Hill Side Avenue

Fremont, Ca. 94536

(415) 791-7089

Article extracted from this publication >> June 3, 1988