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Supporters

1. Gursharan Singh, Dramatist-Activist, Punjab

2. Prof. Bawa Singh, Guru Sar Sudhar College, Sudhar, Ludhiana

3. Jaswant Kailvi, Ghazalgo, Writer, Ferozepur

4. Baru Satwarg, Novelist-Activist, Rampuraphul, Bathinda

5. Dr. Baldev Singh, Deptt. of Economics, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Delhi

6. Jaspal Singh Sidhu, Veteran Journalist (Presently Media Consultant with Punjabi University, Patiala)

7. Samual John, Director Peoples’ Theatre, Lehra Gaga, Sangrur

8. Jatinder Mauhar, Film Director, Mohali

9. Megh Raj Mitter (Shiromani Lekhak), Barnala, Punjab

10. Dr. Mohan Tyagi, Poet, B.N. Khalsa Senior Sec. School, Patiala

11. Master Des Raj Chhajli, Lok Kala Manch Chhajli, Lehra Gaga, Sangrur

12. Jagdish Papra, Writer, Lehra Gaga, Sangrur

13. Narinder Nath Sharma, Advocate, Patiala

14. Dr. Tejwant Mann, Literary Critic, Sangrur

15. Prof, Harbhajan Singh, Writer, USA

16. Yadwinder Kurfew, TV Journalist, Delhi

17. Harbans Heon, Writer, Banga, Nawanshahr

18. Ajmer Sidhu, Writer, Nawanshahr

19. Gurmit Juj, Poet, Singer, Krantikari Sabhayachar Kendar, Punjab

20. Balbir Chohla, Activist-Journalist, Taran Taran

21. Prof. Bhupinder Singh (retd), Sociology, Punjabi University, Patiala

22. Satnam, Writer-Freelance Journalist, Patiala

23. Buta Singh, Publisher, Baba Bujha Singh Prakashan, Banga, Nawanshahr

24. Jasdeep, Software Engineer, Delhi

25. Harpreet Rathore, TV Journalist, Delhi

26. Veer Singh, Research Scholar, JNU

27. Narbhinder, Activist-Writer, Sirsa

28. Karam Barsat, Columnist, Sangrur

29. Sukirat, Journalist-Writer, Jalandhar

30. Makhan Singh Namol, Advocate, Sangrur

31. Davinderpal, TV Journalist, Delhi

32. Partap Virk, TV Journalist, Delhi

33. Dr. Bhim Inder Singh, Lecturer, Punjabi University, Patiala

34. Jasvir Deep, Journalist and Social Activist, Nawanshahr

35. Paramjit Dehal, Poet & Literary Activist, Nawanshehar

36. Prof. Jagmohan Singh, Democratic Rights Activist, Ludhiana

37. Dr. Gurjant Singh, Punjabi University, Patiala.

38. Iqbal Kaur Udaasi, Progressive Singer-Activist, Barnala

39. Balvir Parwana, Editor Sunday Magazine, Nawa Zamana, Jalandhar

40. Des Raj Kali, Chief Sub Editor, Magazine Section, Dainik Bhaskar, Jalandhar

41. Jugraj Dhaula, Poet-Singer, Barnala

42. Dr. Ajit Pal, Writer-Activist, Bathinda

43. Rajinder Rahi, Writer, Barnala

44. Bhupinder Waraich, State President, Democratic Teachers’ Front, Punjab

45. Didar Shetra, Poet, Nawanshahr

46. Baldev Balli, Poet, Nawanshahr

47. Jagsir Jeeda, Lyricist-Singer, Giderbaha, Bathinda

48. Hakem Singh Noor, Poet-Activist, Barnala

49. Charanjeet Singh Teja, Freelance Journalist, Amritsar

50. Attarjit, Short Story Writer, Bathinda

51. Rajeev Lohatbaddi, Advocate, Patiala

52. Harvinder Deewana, Director, Chetna Kala Kender, Barnala

53. Baljinder Kotbhara, Writer-Journalist, Bathinda

54. B.R.P. Bhaskar, Journalist, Thiruvananthapuram

55. S.S. Azaad, Writer, Mansa

56. Sadhu Binning, Writer, Vancouver, BC, Canada

57. Hiren Gandhi, Ahmedabad

58. Vijay Bombeli, Feature writer, Hoshiarpur

59. Paramjeet Singh Khatra, Advocate, Nawan Shehar

60. Daljeet Singh, Advocate, Nawan Shehar

61. Baldev Singh, Advocate, District Courts Patiala

62. Paramjit Kahma, Doaba Sahit Ate Sabhiachar Sabha, Jejon (Hoshiarpur)

63. Dr. Ramesh Bali, Nawanshehar, Activist

64. Puneet Sehgal, programme executive, DoorDarshan, Jalandhar

65. Harkesh Chaudhry & Other Artists, Lok Kala Manch, Mandi MulanPur, (Ldh)

66. Prof. Ajmer Singh Aulakh. Dramatist, Mansa

67. Dr. Maninder Kang, Writer, Jalandhar

68. Charanjit Bhullar, Journalist, Bathinda

69. Dr. Anand Teltumbde, Human Rights Activist and wirter, Mumbai

70. Dr. Puneet, Patiala

71. Taskeen, Critic, Kapurthala

72. Chanda Asani, social researcher and activist, Mumbai

73. Sanjay Joshi, convener, THE GROUP, film group of Jan Sanskriti Manch

74. Alok kaushik, photographer, Delhi

75. Nisha Biswas, Kolkata

76. Ravinder Goel, Associate Professor, Delhi University

77. Saroop Dhruv, Poet, Ahmedabad

78. Shamsul Islam & Neelima Sharma (Nishant Natya Manch), Delhi

79. Manu Kant, Journalist, Online Media, Chandigarh

80. Dr. Pyare Mohan Sharma, Retd. Professor, Medical College, Patiala

81. N. K. Jeet, Advocate, Bathinda

82. Mejar Singh, Senior Journalist, Jalandhar

83. Ram Sarup Ankhi, Shiromani Punjabi Novelist, Barnala

84. Manmohan Bawa, Shiromani Punjabi writer, New Delhi

85. Dr. Krantipal, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh

86. Balwinder Singh Barnala, Tarksheel Society Punjab, Barnala

87. Jasvir Singh Rana, Punjabi Writer, Amargarh (Distt. Sangrur)

88. Neel Kamal, Journalist, Barnala

89. Narain Dutt, President, Inqulabi Kender Punjab, Barnala

90. Sukhdarshan Natt, State Convener, Radical Peoples Forum, Punjab

91. Craig Bourne, Composer, Cleveland, Ohio USA

92. Dr. Naginder Singh Harika, Story Writer, Director Rural Khalsa Nursing College & Hospital, Nangal

         Kalan, Mansa

93. Sundara Babu, freelance peace-researcher based at Chennai / New Delhi

94. Gurdial Roshan, Ghazalgo, Ludhiana

95. Kewal Dhaliwal, Playwrite and Dramatist, Amritsar

96. Dr. Sahib Singh, Director Adakar Manch, Mohali

97. Sukhvir Joga, (Writer) Tarksheel Society Punjab (Regd.), Mansa

98. Jasvir Moron, Writer and Activist, Distt. Jalandhar

99. Prof. Shoma Sen, Nagpur.

100. Harinder Singh Ishar, Adv. Punjab & Haryana High Court

101. Rajvinder Singh Bains, Adv. Punjab & Haryana High Court

102. Shirish Medhi, Social acivist, Mumbai

103. Gurbakhshish Singh Brar, Ex-General Secretary, DTF, Pujnab

104. Nar Singh Kumar, Trade Unionist, Ambala Cantt. Haryana

105. Balbir Singh Saini, Advocate, Dhoolkot, Ambala

106. Kanwaljeet, State President Revolutionary Youth Association

107.  Shaminder Singh, Theatre Artist, Krantikari SabhayaChark Kender, Punjab.

108.  Ram Singh Bang, Media Centre Patiala

109. Gurpreet Kaur, activist, Sangrur.

110. Ajmer Aklia, Poet & Singer, Mansa

111. Kaur Singh Sekhon, activist, Barnala

112. Advocate Gurcharan Dhaula, Barnala

113. Binder Thikriwala, artist & writer, Lok Pakhi Sabhiachaar Kender, Thikrawal, Barnala

114. Deep Kaler, Poet, Banga, Nawanshehar.

115. Balbir Chand Longowal

116. Inderjeet Singh Jhabbar, Peasent Activist, Distt. Mansa

117. Gurmail Singh Bode, Writer, Distt. Moga

118. Dr. Surjit Brar, Writer & Critique, Distt. Moga

119. Harpreet Singh Bhagike, Activist, Distt. Moga

120. Dr. Randhir Singh, activist, Medical Pratitioners Association, Distt. Moga

121. Principal Pritam Singh Nangal, Distt. Moga

122. Harbhajan Singh Bhatti, Press reporter, Jan Chetna, Distt. Moga

123. Binny, artist and writer, Barnala

124. Master Nirmal Singh, Activist, Barnala

 

17 responses to “Supporters

  1. Dr. Anand Teltumbde, Human Rights Activist and wirter, Mumbai

    December 4, 2009 at 3:50 pm

    I fully support it!

     
  2. Prof.Amit Bhattacharyya, Jadavpur University, Kolkata

    December 5, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    This unjust and brutal war–unprecedented in the history of our country–has been waged by the Indian ruling classes and their political representatives in the interests of foreign imperialist capital and domestic big comprador capital against the people of our country for the plunder and loot of our country’s vast natural resources. All the patriotic people of India should resolutely oppose this war to the best of their ability, expose the conspiracy hatched by Manmohan-Chidambaram & Co, and also raise the demand not only for the immediate withdrawal of the armed forces from central and eastern India, but also for the large-scale demobilization of the Indian armed forces and paramilitary forces and the diversion of that massive amount of money meant for killing the people to the task of uplifting the living conditions of the people and for creating a new society fit for human living.

     
  3. Ish Mishra

    December 8, 2009 at 7:28 am

    All the wars must be opposed as war is the most serious prblem itself and hence cant be any solution to any other problem.

    The war aginst our own coiujntrymen is most henious ctrime against our people and constitution.

     
  4. Ish Mishra

    December 8, 2009 at 7:36 am

    War is most serious probem and hence cantnot be solution to any problem. war against own countrymen is crime against people and the nation’s constitution.

     
  5. PARKASH & HARPINDER

    December 18, 2009 at 2:16 am

    All Wars is most serious probem and hence cantnot be solution to any problem. The war against our own countrymen is most henious crime against our people and the nation’s constitution.

     
  6. forumpunjab

    December 21, 2009 at 1:41 pm

    the dragon(the imperialism)is on the onslaught to destroy the very genes of humanity from the womb of the mother good earth. hence it is for the concern of all of us to see and look around us what is happening to the fate of millions upon millions, the sons and daughters of this globe.Now ther crux of dlthe matter is that we all be united to break the jaws of this beast.the dragon has already entered to quench its thirst of oil and other natural resouces beonging to the humanity at large in Iraq and afganistan and now in India on its most precious metals and minerls that the land of central Indian tribal regions have. nnsharma@yahoo.co.in

     
  7. Sukhvir Joga (Writer) Tarksheel Society Punjab (Regd.)

    December 23, 2009 at 2:51 pm

    Support

     
  8. Bhanudas

    December 31, 2009 at 6:17 am

    Thanks
    Dare to Fight Dare to Win

     
  9. S D MEDHI

    January 1, 2010 at 5:29 am

    It is now crystal clear that Indian ruling class and their politicians have become a part of Imperialist looters and have lost all Indian esteem.So they want to rule over masses with the help of military and not taking masses into consideration and not with their true development.

     
  10. Inderjit Singh Jhabbar, State Meet Pardhan, Bharti Kisan Union (Ugrahan)

    January 20, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    Main tuhadi lehar da puri taran samarthan karda haan.

     
  11. Navi-Savi Joga (Student)

    January 20, 2010 at 2:52 pm

    Asin tuhade sangarsh de sanghi sathi banage.

     
    • forumpunjab

      January 21, 2010 at 10:53 am

      Thank you Navi-Savi ji, we appreciate your commitment

       
  12. Navi-Savi Joga (Student, Tarksheel soch de dharni)

    January 20, 2010 at 2:54 pm

    Asin tuhade sangarsh de sangi sathi banange.

     
  13. jaisreekumar v

    March 15, 2011 at 9:09 am

    i am with you..

     

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