Harcharan Singh Longowal

Harcharan Singh Longowal

Harchand Singh Longowal (2 January 1932 − 20 August 1985) was the President of the Akali Dal during the Punjab insurgency of the 1980s.

Read more about Harcharan Singh Longowal:  Early Years, Beginnings of Political Activism, 1980s: Civil Disobedience, Punjab Accord, Death

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