What is Neverforget84?

NeverForget84.net is a website dedicated to raising awareness of the 1984 antiSikh genocide in India and the ongoing oppression of Sikhs in the country. The mission of Nf84 is to establish ourselves as a non-profit organization along with a website that provides uptodate information on the situation, stories from survivors, and resources for those who are seeking justice. The platform serves as a source of information and provides resources for those in search of justice, as well as a way for activists to bring attention to their cause and organize campaigns to fight for their rights. This cause is ultimately rooted in the frustration of being forgotten and disregarded by authorities, which is why the main goal of NeverForget84.net website is to ensure that the Sikh community never again be forgotten or marginalized.

Why Khalistan is a necessity?

Khalistan is the solution for oppression of Sikhs

The case for Khalistan is quite simple: Sikhs in India are being subjected to systemic discrimination and oppression, and the only way to ensure their safety, security, and rights is through the creation of an independent Sikh nation. For centuries, Sikhs have been subject to a wide range of abuses and restrictions, from being denied access to education, employment, and government services, to being killed and attacked simply for their religious beliefs. It is clear that these injustices will continue unless something is done to protect and empower the Sikh community.

The need for an independent Sikh nation is not only about ensuring the safety of the community, but also about promoting justice and equality. Sikhs are still subject to rampant discrimination, stigmatization, and marginalization within India, and even when they are able to access resources, they are not given the same rights and privileges as other communities. The creation of Khalistan would allow Sikhs to have a secure and sovereign nation in which they could live peacefully and free from persecution and prejudice.

In short, Khalistan is the only solution to the oppression faced by Sikhs in India. It is the only way to ensure that the community can have freedom, safety, and justice, as well as an opportunity to flourish as a distinct and autonomous group of people. It is also the only way to ensure that Sikhs can fully enjoy their rights and be respected as equal citizens in their own homeland. The need for Khalistan is urgent and undeniable, and it is time for the world to recognize the importance of this cause.

Khalistan Decloration

On April 29, 1986

In 1986, when the khalistan movement was at its peak, the Golden Temple was again occupied by sikhs belonging to the All India Sikh Students Federation and Damdami Taksal. The singhs called an assembly (Sarbat Khalsa) and, on 26 January, they would pass a resolution (gurmattā) in favour of the creation of Khalistan. However, only the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) had the authority to appoint the jathedar, the supreme religio-temporal seat of the Sikhs. The singhs thus dissolved the SGPC and appointed their own jathedar, who turned out to refuse their bidding as well. Leader Gurbachan Singh Manochahal thereby appointed himself by force.

On 29 April 1986, an assembly of separatist Sikhs at the Akal Takht made a declaration of an independent state of Khalistan, and a number of groups in favour of Khalistan subsequently waged a major insurgency against the Government of India. A decade of violence and conflict in Punjab would follow before a return to normality in the region. This period of unstability in India saw clashes of Sikh militants with the police, as well as with the Nirankaris, a mystical Sikh sect who are less conservative in their aims to reform Sikhism.


It must be noted that before residing at Guru Nanak Niwas in the Darbar Sahib Complex, Sant Jarnail Singh Jee stated that should anything happen during his time there, everyone should follow the bachan given by Sant Baba Thakur Singh and that whatever Baba Jee says is true. For 20 years Baba Thakur Singh maintained that Sant Jarnail Singh Jee was not Shaheed and was infact in Charrdeekalaa (high spirits) and would return one day to re-launch the Dharam Yudh Morcha.

Whatever your views, whatever your thoughts, Sant Jarnail Singh Jee Khalsa Bhindranwale is the most influential and prominent figure of the Sikh freedom movement, who to this very day rekindles Sikh spirit amongst the Sikh youth across the world.