Indian Workers Association (G.B) and Kohinoor Radio 97.3 FM held a very successful meeting commemorating 100 years of Jallianwala Bagh & 35 years 1984 Sikh Massacre.
By: Sital Singh Gill Welcome to the new home of the Indian Workers Association in Great Britain on the web! This website will serve as a resource regarding all of our activity and keep the public informed and updated on the issues we are tackling. The Indian Workers Association (IWA) in Great Britain is for those people from the Indian sub-continent who loved their country and actively fought for the release of India from British colonialism. They supported the Indian freedom movement as their aim and succeeded in obtaining support for that cause from many working class British. After independence, an […]
By Tim_Healy27 | Posted: December 17, 2014 Vigil for the victims of the Peshawar massacre Communities in Leicester have condemned the slaughter of 132 children and nine teachers in the Taliban terrorist attack.The killings were carried out on Tuesday by nine gunmen at a school for the children of the Pakistan military in Peshawar.The horrific pictures of the dead and wounded have drawn condemnation from political and religious leaders around the world.In Leicester, Bishop Tim Stevens, spoke of his sadness and distress at hearing the news of the Taliban attack on a school. In a message to the Pakistani community […]
Campaigners urge the government to stop ‘faith healers’ who con people Leicester’s branch of the Indian Workers’ Association (IWA) discussed the issue of fake faith healers with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.According to them, con artists operate in the city by advertising their services in foreign language newspapers, distributing business cards through letterboxes and leaving them on car windscreens. They claim to use the power of prayer to heal broken marriages, solve financial problems and even cure HIV or cancer.Sital Singh Gill, leader of the IWA in Leicester met Mr Clegg in London to explain that branches of the […]
By Ciaranfagan | Posted: November 01, 2014 Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg with Sital Singh Gill Campaigners have urged the Government to give officials greater powers to tackle ‘faith healers’ who con people out of thousands of pounds. Members of Leicester’s branch of the Indian Workers’ Association, (IWA), met Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg this week to explain to him how people in the city are being ripped off. An unknown number of tricksters are operating in the city, advertising in foreign language newspapers or by putting business cards through letterboxes or leaving them on car windscreens. Many claim to […]