Sukh Dhaliwal: The Last Bastion of Liberal Hope

AnonSingh March 29, 2011 12 Comments

The Liberals have faced a great deal of criticism due to the inaction, failures and the questionable behaviour of a select few MPs and even their Party Leader when it comes to issues of Human Rights and the 1984 Sikh Genocide.  However, amongst all the criticism, it is worth mentioning that  their does exist a  glimmer of hope in the Liberal Party.

The resilience of this individual is commendable, even when all the odds are against him – a true example of courage, dedication and strength.  His name is Sukh Dhaliwal.

In the last 2 years Sukh Dhaliwal has single handedly accomplished more than any MP anywhere in the world has when it comes to securing justice for the 1984 Sikh Genocide.  Even when his own party (The Liberals) attempted to marginalize him for his dedication to the Genocide Petition – he held firm to his promise as an elected official and represented the thousands  that signed it.  On June 9/10, Sukh Dhaliwal made history. Sukh Dhaliwal stood in the House of Commons and read a Petition asking the Canadian Government to Recognize 1984 as a Genocide. The Conservatives, of course denied it.

Sukh Dhaliwal’s work however did not stop here.  During a recent trip to India, Sukh Dhaliwal fearlessly confronted the Indian Government while issuing a public statement advising the Indian Government to declare 1984 a Genocide.

While traveling India, Sukh Dhaliwal stated “I would love to see the Indian government acknowledge this. You have a very competent PM, who has a credible image on international scene. Even the leader of ruling party has a very positive image. Both of them should come forward and acknowledge this”.

It is with great hope, that the Liberal Party of Canada will see the actions of Sukh Dhaliwal as a guiding light to the path of human rights. With the courage and dedication to human rights of an MP in their midst,  Sukh Dhaliwal is the Liberal Parties last beacon of hope.

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  1. Rebel March 29, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    For sure. Sukh Dhaliwal and Jagmeet Singh are the only Panthic votes!

  2. anonymous March 30, 2011 at 12:17 am

    Right on!

    do the right thing on May 2nd !!

  3. MISS KAUR March 31, 2011 at 3:39 am

    this is so true…navdeep bains just sits in parliament and makes reactions…he doesnt do much else… watch this clip :)

  4. curious April 4, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    just out of curiosity, what about Andrew Kania?

    doesn’t he stand up for our rights?

  5. Rebel April 5, 2011 at 2:58 am

    Andrew Kania’s the man. But he chickened out during the reading of the petition?

  6. curious April 6, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    ah ok,

    I didn’t know that


  7. MISS KAUR April 7, 2011 at 12:12 am

    whats going on at sikh activist

    how come there hasnt been a new post for like sometime now

    give us some news!

  8. Preet April 16, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    Andrew kania is still better than 308 conservative candidates combined. Just go talk to him persoanlly about what he thinks, then comment.

  9. right thing April 30, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    This guy doesn’t sound panthic to me. In 2008 Sukh Dhaliwal used parliamentary letterhead to write a letter to a district court judge for a lesser jail sentence for a well known drug trafficker that has ruined thousands of lives with his imported cocaine.

    After reading the petition Sukh Dhaliwal said he doesn’t even support the petition that he read in parliament.
    Kania is a good person. It was Andrew Kania that was supposed to read the petition but Sukh Dhaliwal took the glory to gain favor with the constituents of Surrey and Delta. Kania, a good Liberal knew Sukh needed this so he allowed him to read the petition.

    Do the right thing and use your right to vote for someone other than this unethical person.

  10. Sarb Dhanda May 1, 2011 at 11:40 pm

    He is a politican from Canada whose agenda should be issues of importance to all Canadians rather than just fundamentalist Sikhs. His record on issues of importance to Canadians, and his committment to his position, is pathetic. I hope he loses his seat in the 2011 election.

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