Yes ! I am pro-Khalistani but why?

October 16, 2014

Champion genocidal maniacs

I have no intention to get induldged in an unpleasent debate with silly persons but for your kind informtion, i reveal the truth about me and my otherlike minded people.

Yes i do support Khalistan or whatever name you give it. But why?

Because the continuous suppreesion, humiliation, fake encounters of Sikh youths, rape of Sikh woem not only in 1984 but continued by policemen in Punjab, other then the invasion of Indian army, to disrespect Sikh gurus on social media and in general in various parts of the country, justice denied, not delivered to Sikhs in last 30 years, discrimnation continued since 1947 on large scale with Sikh community, Sikh youths lodged behind bars without trails or not released even after their awarded jail term is over, deliberate attempts to eliminate Sikh nation twice in India compelled me to think safety of my people and the coming generations. What shall we the elders giving them before leaving this world?

I am not any political leader. Had i been, i would have compelled Indian govt to finalize a deal forever in the interest of my people and this nation but as Indian govt always betrays, i do not trust it. In fact i have lost faith in Indian judiciary also which seems to me paralyzed, impotent, inaffective, sold out or under influenece of high ups in center.

If India just take action on nearly 100 culprits honestly, and punish them including some police officials of 1984, KPS Gill, Sumedh saini, Izhar Alam etc. in Punjab and then the chief organizers of Sikh genocide, mainly Sajjan Kumar, Jagdish tytler,Amitabh Bacchan, Kamal nath etc and few perpetraotos , only then we the Sikhs may feel and realize re-attachement with India otherwise we are just born here, calls ourselves Indian but we are landless nation. Our mainland is suppressed by India and we hope one day we must get it liberated.

It was only one person in last thirty years Arvind kejriwal, who assured justice and shown regard to Sikh nation, i am grateful to him only, who inherited sense of love to this nation in our veins and helped to realize us that this nation also belongs to Sikhs, others only just talked but none so serious to talk from heart.

Why should we not hope of our own homeland where justice may be delivered to all without any discrimination? If we can serve food to more than a hundred thousand people daily free of cost and in an equal manner without any disrimination, why won’t we look, consider and honor every one equally in Sikh homeland, where one may live without fear of state terrorism?

 Ajmer kesri
 Ajmer Singh Randhawa

Last Princess of Sikh empire – Princess Bamba Sutherland (1869 – 1957)

October 3, 2014

Maharani Bamba

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Last Princess of Sikh empire – Princess Bamba Sutherland (1869 – 1957)

This is the destiny of Princess Bamba who was born in a royal family but when died, their was no one to wept and  to roll down few tears for her?

Now a question again arises that the Punjab was annexed by British in 1849 and last king was Maharaja Duleep singh and when British went back, the daughter late Maharaja was alive and settled in Lahore. Why did the British not returned the state to heir of last Maharaja instead of giving it India under a secret treaty called as POWER OF TRANSFER and jeopardized with Maharaja once again after his death? Are British so ungrateful and thankless?

Why were the Sikhs betrayed again in 1947? Whereas last emperor late Maharaja Duleep Singh was duped by Lord Dalhousie. See :

The last of the survivors of the Maharaja’s family, Princess Bamba Sutherland, who lived like an unknown in Lahore, the capital of the kingdom of her father and grandfather, quietly slipped into its soil on March 10, 1957, almost unknown and unwept.

Princess Bamba Sutherland, the eldest daughter of Maharaja Daleep Singh, was born on September 29, 1869, in London. She was baptised Bamba Sofia Jindan Daleep Singh, named after her mother and grandmothers’ respectively.

When she was planning to visit India for the first time, she gave an advertisement in a local paper, inviting applications from a lady with cultural interests and musical background, who would like to accompany her on a visit to India. Marie Antoninette, a Hungarian of noble descent, applied and was accepted. Both came to India and lived at Lahore and Shimla. In the company of the Princess, Marie Antoninette met Umrao Singh Sher-Gil and this acquaintance led to their marriage and they left together for Budapest where their first child Amrita Sher-Gil, the most innovative painter of modern India, was born.

Henceforth, Princess Bamba visited India frequently and finally settled at Lahore. She purchased a house in the posh locality of Model Town and named it ‘Gulzar’ where she had an exclusive garden of roses spread on an area of one kanal. Here she married Dr David Waters Sutherland who was Principal of the King Edward Medical College, Lahore (now Medical University).

She had inherited a vast collection of paintings, art objects, historical documents and royal orders from her father and kept these in safe custody at Lahore. To understand the significance of these documents, mostly written in Persian, she placed an advertisement in a newspaper for hiring a suitable scholar and selected Pir Karim Bakhsh Supra for this job. Supra was well versed in Persian, Arabic and English. Soon her relationship with her teacher became full of respect and trust.

She bequeathed her collection of paintings and art objects to Pir Karim Bakhsh Supra, who, after her death, sold these to the Government of Pakistan. The collection, consisting of 18 oil paintings, 14 water colours, 22 ivory paintings, 17 photographs, 10 metallic objects and seven miscellaneous articles, are known as ‘The Princess Bamba Collection’.

These are now in the custody of the Department of Archaeology, Government of Pakistan, for preservation as a national asset.

Located in Gora Kabristan on jail road, Lahore, her grave remains decked with flowers brought by the descendants of Pir Karim Bakhsh Supra from ‘Gulzar’, Model Town, Lahore, the residence of late Princess Bamba Sutherland.

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Daily article on Sikh genocide 1984, how it was planned, organized and implemented all over India by Govt. Of India ?

September 30, 2014

To-day is 30th Sep. The sad anniversary of Sikh genocide 1984 is just one month ahead. I reserached a lot and tried to collect every information on this holocaust. It took me 2-3 years and now i have full information and hopefully abe to answer any querry. How it was organized, planned and implemented, its outcome, benefit to govt and loss to entire nation.

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The innocent Sikhs were killed or their movable and immovable properties were either set on arson , destroyed or looted, their helpless womenfolks were raped but the brave community has come out of this sadness and controlled its emotions but whether Sikhs only paying price for this genocide or the whole nation?

The distrust on brotherhood, injustice and faith lost on Indian judiciary by Sikh community, the protection to chief organizers and perpetrators by Govt. of India has put a threat of division to India. Sikhs will get their homeland one day due to in-discrepancy, in-discrimination, injustice, Police atrocities, fake encounters and continuos humiliation in every field shall be the grounds of new nation which may emerge soon on world map.

Then this ruling govt of India shall be responsible for this division not the Sikh community as Sikh community decided to live in India since 1947 but the ruling Congress always discriminated and called Sikh nation as CRIMINALS whereas the Sikh community faced the brunt of division, it was compelled to migrate by leaving flourished businesses, fertilized lands, well built homes, nearly one million people lost their lives, 10 millions migrated and they were made refuzee in their own motherland? But never complained, Connnected their future with India whereas the better and lucrative option was there to join Pakistan with all reservation at the ratio of 60%-40%, sacrificed their lives for this nation, that ratio alone is 93% but what we got in return?

Yes we were paid the price, we were humiliated, our state was never given states on its Punjabi language and when given, its maximum areas were taken by false informations on areas of language spoken, the state was made very small and that also without its waters and electricity keeping the biased views in mind that if Sikhs do not live with India and gets separated, it will be a paralysed state without resources? This state never given its capital whereas Haryana occupies its land in Chandigarh without paying any rent since 1966. Why would he vacate and make its own capital when getting all facilities in Punjab(Chandigarh was built on Punjabi speaking areas of Punjab)?

So from tomorrow the 1st October, i shall paste daily an article on SIKH GENOCIDE 1984. Those who wants to collect information as records may save it. I shall post daily till i paste each and every information i have. It will be published on wordpress and the link will be shared here on facebook.
Keep watching.

These daily articles shall be excerpts from my unpublished book as i am servant of Panth and its my duty to keep aware my Panth.

Ajmer kesri
Ajmer singh Randhawa

Indian Courts allow alleged mass murderers of 1984 Sikh genocide to die their natural death, not interested to punish them.

September 25, 2014
My agony as Indian Sikh. Jusice has been served to them but by denial.

Congratulations to Indian judiciary– what a bold decision it took? I really wonder but appreciate the judges for giving acquittal to perpetarors and mass murderes of 1984 Sikh genocide once again. No justice should be given to Sikhs, they are warriors and capable to do justice themselves.

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No doubt the future of judges is thus secured after their retirement. They will certainly get good rehabilation and high profile job, foreign settlement to their kins and endless facilities.
Now after waiting justice for the last 30 years to Sikh nation, it appears to me as they are all thugs in special costumes and creating illusions to mislead the gullible public, they are all integral part of ruling class, we should now give up hopes of justice from Indian judiciary, no possibility of any justice to Sikhs in India.

Keep on doing such great work. let the perpetrators also enjoy their lives under ‘Z’ security, allowing them to die natural death, not interested in any punishment to them and let the victims suffer who attend every given date in courts for the last 30 years in the hope of justice which is impossible to deliver in their life time.

Sikhs are the most foolish people who do not know that Indian judicairy is part of Indian administration. How could they go against it?

I myself filed a petition in Delhi high court which was turned down to be accepted on flimsy grounds with a remark that petition is filed late. Whether gravity of offence dilutes if a petition is filed may be after 20 years in the cases where accused can be sent to gallows or to life imprisonment or imprisonment for over 3 years?
Ajmer kesri
Ajmer Singh Randhawa

Know the truth of Lala Lajpat Rai, who died of heart attack not as alleged of baton charge.By:

September 21, 2014

Know the truth of Lala Lajpat Rai, he was a coward and cheater. He cheated Gadar Party. See the evidence;

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Bhagat singh was also misguided and provoked by false news on baton charge on old man and he avenged his death by killing a British Police Officer in his ignorance. His uncle Ajit Singh knew the facts and he called Lala Lajpat Rai as BUZDIL means COWARD in his autobiography.

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Lala Lajpat Rai died of heart attack, not due to baton charge by British police Officer as alleged.

By: Ajmer Singh Randhawa.

Time capsule buried by Indira Gandhi during emergency

September 20, 2014

Do you knoww Indira Gandhi had buried a time capsule in Red fort giving information on her family rule in India during emergency? It was preserved for 10,000 years. The next generation would have worshipped her as thiis could be the only evidence of her fair rule but …..

The Prime Minister’s Office (Feb 27, 2013) has claimed it has no records on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s much-publicised project — the time capsule, which carried various information and is said to have been buried in the Red Fort during Emergency.


Academician-writer Madhu Purnima Kishwar had sought the information about the ‘time capsule’ which was denied as the PMO claimed it has no records on the matter.

For the Indian viewers it is must to remember and always to keep in mind that Mrs. Indira Gandhi always wanted a place in Indian History to be remembered forever. What she did during being the Prime-Minister of India, she got prepared a time-capsule, in which she got written the history of her dynasty, she projected herself as ruler of India and placed it beneath 100 yards the ground for to be viewed by coming generations after 10,000 years. This ‘TIME-CAPSULE’ or ‘KAAL-PAATRA’ was dug out from earth after hue and cry of opposition parties. But look at the destiny, she wanted to be famous forever, and wanted to live forever even after her death.

Her wish got fulfilled, whenever the name of the attackers on Sikh shrine, The source of Sikhism HARMANDAR SAHIB or GOLDEN TEMPLE, AMRITSAR in June 1984, her name will shall always appear in front with Abdali. Her name will always be remembered in Sikh history as invador.

She will always be cursed. She gave a slogan during emergency, “India is Indira and Indira is India. ” India is still there but where is Indira. India is ours and we are from India. It will remain ours. We will always share the path of progress but shall never share the dias with congress. It has betrayed with us many times, it always betrays, an untrustworthy party for Sikhs. The Sikh leaders should always keep this in mind and should choose other alternates in politics.

All the evidences on burial of this Time capsue are removed like the evidences against organizers and perpetraors of Sikh genocide 1984.

Madhu Poornima Kishwar ….

On 9.02.2012, I had filed an RTI application asking for the following information from the Central Public Information Commissioner (CPIO) in the Prime Minister’s Office:

The exact date and location at which a Time Capsule was buried by the former Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi during the Emergency;

Detailed contents of the Time Capsule;

The name and official status of the person who decided what information, objects were to be assigned to the Time Capsule;

The official justification offered for creating such a Time Capsule.

The PMO gave the following response: “As per records, no such information is available. This has the approval of the competent authority”.

On 09.03.2002, I filed another RTI application addressed to the Public Relations Officer, Ministry of Human Resource Development. The CPIO of HRD Ministry replied back saying, “Since the requested information does not fall within the jurisdiction of MHA, the application is, therefore, being transferred to the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Science and Technology.”

The Prime Minister’s Office repeated the earlier answer, “As per records no such information is available. This has the approval of the competent authority.”

The Ministry of Science and Technology also passed on the buck saying they do not have the information.

In addition I also filed an RTI with the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting demanding the same information. I didn’t receive any reply from the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.

Aggrieved by decision of the CPIO, I filed my first appeal on 14.04.2012. However, the First Appellant Authority in its reply on 03.03.2012 imperiously dismissed the RTI application saying, “An Information seeker under the Act can only seek information that is held in the records available with the public authority. You have been provided response by the CPIO, PMO based on inputs given by the office as per records held by the office. Therefore, no action is called for on your appeal, which is disposed of hereby.”

I then filed a second appeal on 1.08.2012under the RTI act with the Central Vigilance Commissioner. I received a reply from the Central Information Commission office on 30.1.2013 asking me to be present for a hearing on the case on 26.02.2013.

The Central Information Commissioner on 26.02.2013 issued the following order in my favour:

“….It is indeed very strange that there should be no information about this in the PMO or elsewhere in the government. During those days, the newspapers had very widely publicised this fact. It had been reported that the Time Capsule had been conceptualised by the then PMO and it had been buried in the Red Fort. If any of this report is right, then not only the PMO but also the Archaeological Survey of India should have some information about this matter.

The PMO should make a renewed search for any available records on this subject. If necessary, they can take up the matter with the National Archives and the ASI and find out if either of those have any reference or record on this. Even if this entire exercise takes some time, it would be worthwhile. Complete denial of any knowledge about the Time Capsule by all public authorities within the government including the PMO would be very hard for the public to accept.

We direct the CPIO of the PMO to revisit the subject and, after consulting its own office as well as other possible locations such as the National Archives and the ASI, write to the Appellant within 25 working days from the receipt of this order. If any record is traced on the subject anywhere in the government, the copies of the entire records must be made available to the Appellant including the file noting, if any. The appeal is disposed of accordingly.”

Following this I received another letter from the Prime Minister’s Office on 18.04.2013 saying that,

“No such information regarding the Time Capsule is available on PMO records. The matter had also been taken up with the National Archives of India which was conveyed vide its letter dated 20.03.2013 that as per preliminary search among the public records of the relevant period, the information sought is not available [Copy enclosed]. The ASI vide its letter dated 28.03.2013 has asked the CPIO of the Delhi Circle to provide the requisite information to you [Copy enclosed]. Further information in this regard will be conveyed upon receipt of fresh inputs from ASI.”

On 20.03.2013, I received the following reply from the National Archives of India:

“In this regard it may be conveyed that as per preliminary search among the public records of the relevant period transferred to this Department, information sought is not available here. It may also be important to mention that all the records in the custody of this Department are open and accessible to researchers under Public Records Act, 1993 and Public Records Rules, 1997.You are therefore most welcome to visit the Department to undertake any search among the records available here. All facilities as per rules shall be provided to facilitate your research work.”

On 13.05.2013, I received a letter from the Archaeological Survey of India saying that, “… the required information is not available in this office.”

It is bizarre that a Time Capsule buried by the Prime Minister’s Office at a premier national monument like Red Fort protected by the Archaeological Survey of India should vanish without leaving any trace whatsoever.

One more example of unmatched valor of Sikhs is presented here on this auspicious day of martyrdom:

September 12, 2014

Hav Ishar singh Saragari

On 12th Sept. 1897, 21 Sikh soldiers of 36th Sikh Regiment were beseized by ten thousand Afreedi Pathans (who claims to be the descendants of mighty king Faridun of Persia) at Saragarhi near fort Lockhart, distt. Kohat of N W F Province (now in Pakistan). The fierce battle known by the natives as ‘Teera battle’ or Saragarhi battle was fought on 12th Sep. 1897 under the command of havildar Ishaer Singh who caused maximum casualities of the invaders. According to the accounts of Afreedi Pathans, more then two hundred pathans were killed in this battle and more then more then one thousand seriously injured. At the fag end of the battle only Havildar Isher Singh was left alone with twenty bodies of his brave fellow fighters Amritdhari Gursikh soldiers lying all around him. Unfrustrated by the attack of huge enemy, the lone soldier fought the battle for hours in the spirit of Chardi-kalaa and showing exemplary courage unparallel in the history of wars, continued firing and fighting till the last drop of blood kept him alive. He and twenty of his other brave Sikh soldiers practically proved in the battlefield the prophetic pronouncement of Guru Gobind Singh that’ Sava lakh se ek laraoon, Tabhai Gobind Singh naam kahaoon’, All these twenty one Sikh soldiers who laid down their lives heroically were awarded the highest gallantry award —— the INDIAN ORDER OF MERITT (IOM) equalent to existing PARAM VEER CHAKRA for their supreme valor and sacrifices by British govt. The highest gallantry awards were given on that day to 21 Sikh soldiers which were the highest in strength awarded for any single day anywhere in world.

Saragarhi after two days

When the news of that peerless sacrifice reached England, all the members of the British Parliament in their special session paid glowing tributes to the most daring Sikh soldiers and two minutes silence was observed in their sweet memory . The members of the house while eulogizing the remarkable acts of bravery of the brave Sikh soldiers of Saragarhi battle said, “the English as well as Indian subjects are proud of 36th Sikh Regiment and it is no exaggeration to record that the armed forces which posses valiant Sikhs can not face defeat in any war.”

Saragarhi recaptured 14th Sep 1897

Below is the extract from a draft publication written in 2002, about Anglo-Sikh relations.

It provide useful briefing material for projects like the Wellington Arch Sikh Exhibition in London, in January 2009.

The Epic of Saragarhi 12th September 1897

“Fighting against overwhelming numbers, they all died at their posts, with unflinching loyalty and devotion to their oath while upholding to the very last, the traditional bravery of the Sikh nation”. (The Commander-in-Chief, India).

This was one of the most heroic actions in recorded history fought by a small detachment of 21 jawans of the 36th Sikh (since redesignated as the 4th Battalion of the Sikh Regiment of the Indian Army). The action was fought at Saragarhi in North West Frontier Province, now in Pakistan and close to the Afghanistan border. Saragarhi was a small army post, a small square stone blockhouse built on a high ridge called the Samana Ridge. The post provided vital communication between Fort Lockhart and Fort Gulistan on either side of the Saragarhi post. One hundred and twenty-one jawans of the 36th Sikhs were in Fort Lockhart and 175 in Fort Gulistan at the time. You need to remember that communication those days was by visual signalling equipment.

Several thousand Pathan tribesmen attacked this small post on the morning of 12th September 1897. They surrounded the post so that no help from the other units could reach in time. These jawans under the command of Havildar (sergeant) Ishar Singh fought a memorable battle killing over three hundred attacking tribesmen. The last person to join the battle was the signaller, Sepoy (soldier) Gurmukh Singh, who had until then kept the battalion headquarters informed of the situation. He asked permission from headquarters to stop signalling, took up his rifle and fell fighting single-handed. The valor of these heroes of Saragarhi won wide acclaim and they were posthumously awarded the highest military honors for gallantry. Battle Honors were also awarded to their battalion, 36th Sikhs.

It is not surprising that following epics like the battle of Saragarhi and the earlier Anglo-Sikh wars, the gallantry of the Sikh battalions became legendary. The military fame of the Sikhs spread worldwide. The Sikh units of the Indian army became role models for others. They provided a source of inspiration for others while convincing the British commanders that soldiers from the Indian subcontinent could stand their ground against the best in the world. It is with this background that we need to assess the contribution of the Sikhs to the two World Wars fought for the freedom of mankind. A contribution, which is sometimes forgotten by the politicians or overlooked by the military historians.

Posted by : Ajmer Singh Randhawa.

In Abe’s Japan, a shrine to an Indian Judge who gave cleanchit to Japan on war crimes in WWII but read here the truth.

September 4, 2014

In Abe’s Japan, a shrine to an Indian Judge?

If you want to get fame, praise the govt, may speak 100 lies but give a clean chit appreciating, you must get honored like Radh Binod Pal, a judge who had found Japanese WWII leaders not guilty of war crimes. He was a judge at the world War 2 crime trails of 1946.

Pal, a judge from the Calcutta High Court deputed to the Tokyo trials, was the only one of 11 Allied judges on the panel trying Japanese wartime leaders who found them not guilty.

‘PAL has been hijacked by the right to assert that it’s leaders committed no war crimes” said Jeff Kingston, director of Asian studies at Temple University here, pointing out that Pal’s dissenting opinion actually didn’t exonerate. Japan but only argued that the trials were deeply flawed.

Now if you want to see the crimes of Japanese army against indians, kindly search Dr. Diwan Singh on google search and see how the attrocities were carried out in Andaman Nikobar island. Almost every woman of all ages were raped by Japanese and nearly 70% of inhabitants were killed.

To recognize the sacrifice made by Dr. Diwan Singh `Kalepani” for the sake of `Truth and Righteousness, the `New Gurdwara, at Aberdeen’, Port Blair was renamed in his honor on 27.11.1948 by a notice no. 89 dated 06.12.1948 signed by Sardar Bakhtawar Singh, the Honorary Secretary of Gurdwara Doctor Diwan Singh. This august decision was announced in the Sangat by Sardar Mohan Singh ji, the then Jathedar of the Akal Takhat. The Jathedar was on an official visit to the Islands as chairman of a delegation.

I wonder why Modi didn’t ask the japan premier to apologize for its war crimes against Indians?

Twenty thousand Japanese soldiers landed at different places in South Andamans on March 23, 1942. There was no resistance from the local population and within three hours the Japanese were in complete control of the islands. A big crowd gathered at the jetty to welcome them. The Japanese immediately put the welcoming committee to work unloading arms, ammunition and stores. That same afternoon a different group of soldiers pounced, like hungry wolves, on shops looting everything they could lay their hands on. Some of the groups entered the most populous area of Aberdeen and indulged in looting and taking liberties with the women. The inmates of the Island looked at them helplessly with dazed eyes. The oppressive and most undignified behaviour of the Japanese stunned the Indians who never expected such misconduct from the Japanese, who had popularized the slogan of of a free South-east Asia.

A young man named Zulfikar Ali picked up his BB gun and fired a few shots in the air to scare them away. The Japanese ran away but came back soon with a large armed force and laid siege to the town. In the meantime Zulfi, as he was called, somehow escaped to another area to avoid the Japanese wrath. They ransacked the whole town and assaulted some women and young girls. They demanded that the villagers produce the boy the next morning or the whole village would have to face consequences. Leaving for the night they set fire to a wooden house, soon the rising flames engulfed several nearby houses, they too were all made of wood.

The Islanders look to Dr. Diwan Singh

A few responsible people approached the man they looked to as their leader, Dr. Diwan Singh Kalepani, asking for his advice. He told them to produce the boy next morning. Early next morning, six Japanese soldiers dragged the boy in front of the villagers where he was beaten, kicked and fiercely thrashed till he was unconscious. Then they lifted this seemingly lifeless boy, broke his bones, crushed his joints and then used him as the target of a bayonet charge.

Today his grave in Port Blair stands as a reminder for the islanders of the butchery of the Japanese soldiers who had come speaking of friendship and liberation. Seeking to soothe the unsettled Islanders, a few days later, the Japanese charged A. G. Bird, a British POW, on the charge of spying. The same drill was repeated ending with his body being cut into small pieces and left unburied for animals to eat. His severed head was hung on a tree. In a daring move, Diwan Singh and Sebastian Pinto (an assistant to the doctor) collected A. G. Bird’s remains and gave him a decent Christian burial. The Japanese took serious offence to this.

To strengthen their hold, a civil government was established. A Governor was appointed who was to be assisted by the Vice-Admiral. Meanwhile the Japanese soldiers indulged in the rape and abduction of women. The soldiers in liaison with civil police would enter the houses of the people and forcibly rape women–even young boys were used to satisfy the soldiers’ lust. The Japanese surpassed the stories of Halaku and Chengiz Khan in deriving pleasure from unbelievable orgies they engaged themselves in. The conditions in the villages situated in the hinterlands became so pathetic that a number of locals became collaborators to gain favours from the unscrupulous Japanese.

“Ros Jageyo” Diwan Singh

Diwan Singh, the healer of the people, was their only ray of hope. He, as Director, Health, President of the Indian Independence League, the Indian National Army, peace committee and the Seva Samiti met with the new Governor every day seeking some relief of populations misery. This eventually provoked the Japanese police and administration so much, that with the help of local collaborators they started poisoning the ears of the Governor. Never the less, Diwan Singh continued to serve his people undeterred.

To further strengthen their hold, and prove their ruthlessness, the Japanese arrested eight high-ranking Indian officials, who the islanders considered to be very close to the Japanese, in the second spy case in October, 1943. They were tortured and beaten for a number of days to extract false confessions. After they confessed, they were starved and taken to an isolated place. They were forced to dig a trench and buried alive up to the waist. The soldiers then stabbed them in their eyes, head and torsos with their bayonets, then they sprayed bullets till they were sure of their deaths. Diwan Singh then lodged a strong protest with the Governor and the Vice-Admiral. To silence him the peace committee was dissolved.

Diwan Singh Arrested

Diwan Singh was arrested on October 23, 1943. On entering the jail, he was jeered, abused and beaten mercilessly. In a week’s time, all of his 2000 associates who were the members of the peace committee, the IIL, the INA, the Seva Samiti and the Punjabi Society, were also arrested and huddled in the jail. The Japanese beat and used their water torture, electric shocks, hung them upside down, and burned heaps of paper under their thighs. A very large number of them died, some committed suicide and a few made false confessions to save their lives. They were taken to a remote place, where they were killed and buried.

82 days of Torture lead to the Doctors death

Diwan Singh was brutally tortured for 82 days, a parallel of which is difficult to find in history. He was hung by his hair from the ceiling. Alternately, his ankles were tied to the ceiling while water was pumped through his mouth and nostrils, he was tied to a stake as his bones were crushed—even electricity was used. Unbelievably, fires was lit under his thighs; nails pulled from his fingers and toes. Strips of flesh were peeled from various parts of his body daily. He was even forced to sit on a charcoal stove. Though they ended his torture by gouging out his eyes the Japanese were never able to break the Doctor’s spirit. He died on January 14, 1944.

Reign of terror

After his death the Japanese let loose a reign of terror. Young girls and women were forcibly taken to the officers’ club to ‘give comfort’ to the Japanese elite and army officers. A shipload of Korean girls was also brought to the island as so called ‘comfort girls’ for even the soldiers of low or no rank.

It was a free for all. Men, women and children were shot dead or hacked by sword for no reason, the days of the wild Samurai, who had the power of life and death had returned–to the wrong Island.

In the first week of June, 1945, hundreds of educated families were lodged in the cellular jail on a false promise that they were to be taken to a virgin soil to lead a comfortable life. They were boarded on a number of transport aircraft. On sighting the Havelock Island, situated at a distance of 50 miles from Port Blair, they were ordered to jump in the sea. Whoever hesitated was beaten with rifle butts while others were struck with swords and bayonets. Out of 1,500, about 250 swam ashore only to die of hunger and starvation. In a fortnight half of them died; the rest were struggling to survive on the leaves and bark of trees, as the soil was saline and unproductive. In the end only one person by the name of Mohammad Saudagar survived to tell their story of woe.

Within a week of this cold-blooded massacre the Japanese chased about 900 people from several villages and gathered them in a central village to ‘facilitate their transportation’ to a nearby island. After keeping them hungry for 24 hours they were taken to Tarmugli Island where they were all tied to trees and used for bayonet practice. Petrol was sprinkled over them and the dead were burned to ashes along with some who were burned alive.

More than 2,000 people were crammed in the cellular jail and due to the shortage of space the remaining few hundred were kept in Thokuman and Namtal. They were starved and beaten, and a large number of them died. Apart from these massacres, hundreds of people were killed in villages and on roads. The whole island had become an inferno. Out of the total population of 40,000 in Port Blair, 30,000 were annihilated.

This holocaust is unknown to the world, maybe because it was a penal settlement for dreaded convicts and freedom fighters. The world along with Japan grieves every year for the victims of the atom bomb. But historians and journalists have not made any effort to mark the mass killings of innocent people at Port Blair, complete devastation of an Indian island, continuous suffering of the people for a period of three-and-a-half years. Meanwhile Japanese politicians and bureaucrats have made deliberate efforts to distort or cover up the facts of history.

Subhas Chandra Bose’s Visit

Posterity will ask uncomfortable questions about the vandalism of the Japanese and the role played by them ‘for the freedom of India’ in collaboration with Subhas Chandra Bose. Ironically, Bose was in Port Blair between December 29-31, 1943. He visited the cellular jail where Diwan Singh, the president of the Indian Independence League and hundreds of his companions were languishing, but he did not visit them. After wining, dining and dancing as the honored guest of the Japanese in the Ross Island he returned to Singapore. The real story of Tojo’s support of Bose and the Japanese interest in freedom for India is best told by their behaviour as the friends of the Indians of Andaman.

Ban on film QAUM DE HEERE exposes nexus in between BJP and Congress, both anti-Sikh in nature

August 22, 2014

Qaum de heereQaumi heere

Indian media asking how could these assassins of Indira could be HEERE?

How could the Indian media come to know this fact until it gives honor to mass murderer and tyrant Indira who was responsible for attack on Darbar Sahib and killing of thousands innocent Sikhs of all ages-the pilgrims?

Sikhs do not forgive their enemies who dare to attack on their religious places. The attack on Gen. Brar in London is the chain reaction of this hate to these responsible people. Sikh nation can never forget the atrocities it faced in India, the hate to Indira is on the lips of every Sikh child.


Ex-Minister of Punjab Laxmikanta Chawla (anti-Panjabi).

As revealed, Home Minister Rajnath Singh received a letter from BJP leader and former Minister of Punjab Laxmikanta Chawla (who is well known for her anti Sikh views)which expressed release of this movie could be a threat to peace and harmony in Punjab. So Rajnath Singh talked to PS Badal on this issue and than a ban was imposed. It seems the consent of Badal was also there.

Satish Katyal, producer of the controversial Punjabi movie ‘Kaum de Heere’, has said that he suspects political pressure behind the withdrawal of the censor certificate of his movie by the Censor Board.

The movie is reportedly based on the assassination of former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi.

Katyal said, “It is an unethical practice by the Censor Board. On the 29th of May, the Censor Board gave us clearance after watching the movie four times. Then, on 17th of August, officers from the IB, MHA and the Censor Board watched the movie, and after watching the movie, they didn’t tell us anything.”

He said, “We were all set to release the movie on Friday, when at 7 pm on Thursday, we were told that they have some objections to the movie.”
“What I want to ask is that when they watched the movie on the 29th May and on the 17th August, there were no objections, what happened during these four days that now they have objections to the movie, and they have also withdrawn the censor certificate. Was it some political pressure”

He also asked that if the objection is due to political pressure, then how can politicians stop the movie without even watching it.

When asked what his next step would be, he replied, “We will reapply for a censor certificate because the Censor Board has withdrawn the certificate and not banned the movie. If things don?t work out, then we will approach the court.”

Earlier, Katyal had said that his film on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s assassination is based on the life story of Satwant Singh and Beant Singh and does not contain any controversial stuff.

How can the Sikhs forget that Badal, Ramoowalia, Longowal. Tohra etc were all party in inviting Indira to attack on Darbar sahib in 1984> The letters/correspondence clips can be seen on net.

But the last question if Indian govt objects calling these martyrs as HEERE, would the coming generations or the Sikh history shall forget their sacrifice and valor to which they avenged? One should not forget that a call to Sikh nation was made from Akal Takhat to avenge this attack and to kill Indira gandhi. How could Akal Takhat disown the responsibility now? It should issue an official statement in honor to their martyrdom at the earliest.

She paid the price en. Vaidya was also chain reaction to operation bluestar.of invasion, the attempt on life of patit Brar was also a chain reaction, the assassination of Gen. Vaidya was also result of invasion.

These jewels are legends of Sikh nation and we are proud of them.
Ajmer Singh Randhawa.

Silence of Modi on justice to 1984 Sikhs genocide

August 16, 2014

I never pasted any post on Modi though i allege him for his role in Gujrat riots 2002 but i was shocked on 15th August on his silence if his govt has any plan to deliver justice to Sikhs for their holocaust in 1984?


Whether his silence is an approval to pogrom of Delhi and justified?

His silence has deeply hurt me inside and i wonder if he will also justify it as he has praised all the former Prime ministers for their contribution in building India but he forgot two out of them tried to built it on corpses of innocent Sikh youths and their raped sisters?

I don’t see if any justice to be done in coming years under rule of Modi ( in near future). He is no different then Indira or Rajiv.

Ajmer Singh Randhawa.


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