Melbourne Sikhs launch “Haryana Banay Ga Khalistan” campaign

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), a pro-Khalistan secessionist organization, started the Khalistan Referendum Campaign in Melbourne, Australia, with hundreds of participants in a Nagar Kirtan urging Australian Sikhs to vote on January 29 for “Haryana Banay Ga Khalistan.”

Over the past several decades, many Indians from the state of Haryana have migrated to Australia.

Several hundred Sikh teenagers in Melbourne held Khalistan flags, wore Shaheed Bhindranwale t-shirts, and chanted “Haryana Banay Ga Khalistan” to support the January 29 election.

The Khalistan Referendum Voting Centre in Melbourne has been dedicated to Shaheed Satwant Singh and Shaheed Kehar Singh, the assassins of Indira Gandhi, who were executed in Tihar Jail, Delhi, on January 6, 1989.

The SFJ has released a map of the areas designated for secession from India via the Khalistan Referendum, which names Shimla as the capital and includes the Union Territory of Chandigarh, the states of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and the Sikh-populated regions of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand.

Nanakana Sahib and Kartarpur, the ancient Sikh locations in Pakistan, are glaringly absent from the SFJ’s plan for the intended Sikh homeland Khalistan, which encompasses numerous states and regions of India outside Punjab.

From London, where Khalistan Referendum voting began on October 31, 2021, more than 600,000 Sikhs have cast ballots in Geneva, Milan, Rome, and Toronto.