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Des Panjab: Where are we today?

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August
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The British transferred the power in 1947 and the Panjab was partitioned, and later truncated in India. Millions were butchered and displaced in the aftermath. Plundered and violated, the Panjab has been caught between the Indo-Pak politics ever since. The presentation revisits the partition through Toba Tek Singh, and asks who’s Panjab is it anyway and who owes reparations to it. It assesses the current state of Panth vis-à-vis SGPC, Akalis and the community, and contextualizes the current political struggle for rights with special reference to Bapu Surat Singh and Gurdarspur attack.

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Harinder Singh
Senior Fellow, Research & Policy

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Saturday
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15
August
2015
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Saturday
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15
August
2015
3:00 pm
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4:30 pm
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Harinder Singh
Senior Fellow, Research & Policy

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