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1,759 cars fill miles of Freeway 5 in car rally – CHP California Highway Patrol

Stockton: The Khalistan Freedom Car Rally started from Gurdwara Sahib Stockton, the land of Gadri Baba, in which Sikhs from Fresno-Bakersfield-Los Angeles-Seattle and other cities also reached Stockton Gurdwara Sahib to join the rally.

Bhai Jaspreet Singh, the Jathedar of California Gatka Dal, spoke in the Gurdwara Sahib, making the atmosphere warm with Khalistani chants of Nihal, and gave the stage to Bhai Mahal Singh’s Kavishri Jathe. Who with their Khalistani Qavisharis linked the target of the car rally with historical Britain. The first and present secretaries of Gurdwara Sahib also encouraged the people who joined the rally to vote for the referendum on January 28. After this, the cars that arrived for the rally moved towards Sacramento. In spite of heavy cold and rain, there was a lot of enthusiasm and atmosphere among the people. This convoy of cars slowly reached Capitol Hill and filled all the blocks. Where the slogans of Khalistan kept resounding. Fifteen to twenty miles long lines of cars were seen on Freeway 5. The CHP California Highway Patrol said the number of flagged cars was counted by a car tracker at 1,759, a record.

Bhai Ravinder Singh Dhaliwal, president of the Gurdwara Sahib, on behalf of himself and the organizing committee extended a warm welcome and hearty thanks to the Gurdwara Sahibs and the managers and members of panthic organizations who came from across California for joining the car rally.

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