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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Yuba City, California) Traditional religious celebration by exiled Sikhs here featured; films shown. Implications of turnout in light of recent assassination of Indians Prime Min. Indira Gandhi considered. [Jaspal RAO - explains psychological boost of celebration for sect.] Role of Sikhs in local community noted. [World Sikh Org. president Didar Singh BAINS - reacts to violence against Sikhs in India.] [Dr. Amrit SINGH - describes daily threats against his and family's lives since assassination.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen
- Dean, Morton;
- Petersen, Barry
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