Diljit Dosanjh’s IGTV video urges people to never forget the horrific incidents of 1984

1984 in June, the Indian Army’s physical attack on Darbar Sahib and several other Gurdwaras throughout Punjab and it leads to the death of thousands of innocent Sikh worshippers. The event of 1984 is still remembered by the Sikh community, as a turning point in modern Sikh history.

The violent acts full of violence against Sikhs cannot be forgotten and thus as the month of June has begun Diljit Dosanjh and Monica Gill are two of Punjabi artists took to their social media handles where they shared a heart touching posts. Diljit Dosanjh shared a song on his social media handle ‘Swaah ban ke’ from his movie ‘Punjab 1984’. This movie is based on how life changed during and after the events of 1984.

“#NeverForget1984” hashtag he used on sharing the post.

Monica Gill also shared a picture of an old lady with the caption “A mother mourning her son.

21st century and the same things happening…. #1984”

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