Sunday, 25 September 2011

Dastar Day: The Turban of the Sikhs

 Dear Khalsa ji,

Attached is a presentation Dastar Day created by our team at the Punjab Cultural Association.

Turbaned Sikhs Liberated Europe 1944 Now you are Requested to Liberate Dastar in Europe
Peoples Channel 25th September 2011
Protest at Old Palace Yard SW1 ( Sunday 25th September 2011)
D Day 25th September 2011

UK/ Europe will Unite across all Major European Cities:
Berlin London Paris Madrid Rome
Objective: Highlight Dastar Identity
D Day: Dastar Day: 25th September 2011
UK/Europe will unite across all major European Cities
Dastar Identity will be Highlighted to all Across UK/Europe
Peoples Channel started Dastar Campaign April 2011 and has been reporting on all
Challenges to Dastar. The time has now come for all Sikhs to show their Identity and Dastar is of huge importance 25th September 2011 Sikh Channel Peoples Channel has been granted special permission to hold a Gathering of thousands of Sikhs outside Houses of Parliament.
The UK Italian Embassy has been invited to this gathering and Sikhs in Germany, France,
Italy and Spain are requested to hold a similar gathering in their Capital Cities.

D Day 1944 saw Thousands of Sikhs died to Liberate Europe Now all Sikhs are requested to attend Capital Cities in UK and Europe and Liberate our Dastar from Misunderstanding and Prejudice.

View all the proceedings live on www.sikhchannel.tv
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The Turban of the Sikhs presentation


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Who are the PCA?

The Panjab Cultural Association or PCA is a not-for-profit organisation consisting of professionals around the UK including doctors, lawyers, etc as well as Students. The PCA also has a network of volunteers as well. The aim of the organisation is to ensure that the Panjabi community is represented in British life and hence tries to foster working relationships with existing bodies. We have an equal opportunities and child protection policy, and run a three yearly CRB check on our officials. We constantly ensure that our members and volunteers take part in a wide range of services and activities as possible in our organisation. This has enriched their lives with the development of new skills and made them more socially active and helped them more employable in a wide range of organisations.  

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