Is India our home, home of Sikhs?

Is India our home, home of Sikhs?

NO ! WE ARE BETRAYED.

I hereby express views of Sikhs which i have experienced on net as;

It may be 2020 or any other year but khalistan is not only a dream, soon it will be a reality. They will have to pay for their crimes, they attacked our religious places, demolished our supreme seat of faith, killed thousands of innocent pilgrims, they made attempts to eliminate us, they framed charges and pushed us behind bars without our fault, no trials, we were killed in fake encounters, we suffered mentally, physically and economically. They protected the perpetrators, honored our killers and promoted those police officers who killed us. How can we forgive them and compromise?

Only solution our own homeland.

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Sikh sovereignty march in New York, 6th June 2014.

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The protestors had the banners and placards in their hands demanding self determination in 2020.

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* TODAY, LONDON HEARS ABOUT DELHI’S CRIMES

At the time of the partition of India in 1947, the Sikhs as a community had decided to be part of India as it had been promised autonomous powers as a reward for the pivotal role it had played during the Indian independence movement. However those promises were soon backtracked upon by the Congress party when it came to power. The Sikhs were not recognized as a separate religion in the Indian constitution and instead regarded as an extension of the majority Hindu faith.

In 1947, the governor of Punjab, Mr. C.M. Trivedi, in defference to the wishes of the Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru and Sardar Patel, the Deputy Prime Minister, issued certain instructions to all the Deputy Commissioners of Indian Punjab…These were to the effect that: “without reference to the law of the land, the Sikhs in general and Sikh migrants in particular must be treated as a “criminal tribe”. Harsh treatment must be meted out to them…….to the extent of shooting them dead so that they wake up to the political realities and recognize “who are the rulers and who the subjects”.
Kapur Singh, Sachi Sakhi, Amritsar: SGPC, 1993, p. 4-5 “.

Other D.C. could not have dared to tell about this letter full of prejudice against the Sikhs. It was only Kapur whose conscience was awake and dare to protest against it and paid a heavy price for.

The blatant secret policy against the Sikhs continued right from the dawn of so-called independence if you read the role played by Suhrawardy, with Gandhi’s blessings, who held discussions with Pakistani leaders. These dealers had the cheek to describe Sikhs, who suffered most because of the partition, as ‘impossible’. S Kapur Singh speech on betrayal of Sikhs in the parliament must be on the record. It is a matter of shame that Akalis continued to have faith in Indian democracy in spite of S. Kapur Singh’s
strong messages.

And readers may note that there were only two Sikh Divisional Commissioners in Punjab, one Sirdar Kapur Singh ji at Kangra and the other at Gurgaon. So this circular must be noticed by other Sikh DC too but he might have ignored it but Sirdar kapur Singh ji objected to it by sending a protest letter. Kindly read the book to know more truth.

Please also read what he wrote on page 9;
“… Punjab’s governor, Shree Chandu Lal trivedi, with the persmission and wishes of the deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister, Sardar Patel and Prime Minister shree Nehru, and with the full consent of Punjab’s Home Minister, S. Swaran Singh, issued instructions to all the deputy commissioners of Punjab that they should treat all Sikhs, especially those who came from West Punjab,as cirminals. They should be dealt with all possible extreme measures such as physical torture and killing them with bullets. This should be done in such a way, on official basis without caring for Law and Justice, that Sikhs should come to their senses and know who is the ruler and who is the ruled…”

“Extracts from “The Knights of Falsehood”.—-The Congress is said to epitomize the ‘Brahmanical conspiracy’ that the Akalis have blamed for the consistent ‘humiliation’ and ‘persecution’ of the Sikhs. A leading Akali, Hukum Singh, who wrote in 1952: “Pandit Nehru is, to say the least, the spearhead of militant Hindu chauvinism who glibly talks about nationalism, a tyrant who eulogises democracy and a Goblian [i.e., like Goebbels] liar – in short, a political cheat, deceiver and double dealer in the services of Indian reaction.

“Nehru to silent the Hukam Singh i.e., Sikh voice, made him join the Congress Party, and eventually became Speaker of the Lok Sabha. But the fact remains, for all to see as reported above for the gradual decrease of the numbers of the Sikhs, in the successive census of India. The Congress has doubled up its efforts.”

AND IN 1984 THE INDIAN ARMY DECLARED;

The Government Targeted Amritdhari Sikhs in 1984.

The following quote is from an Indian Army circular which was distributed in June 1984. This excerpt from the official document exposes that in fact all practicing Sikhs were considered terrorists and were targeted by the government:

“Some of our innocent countrymen were administered an oath in the name of religion to support extremists and actively participated in the act of terrorism. These people wear a miniature kirpan round their neck and are called “Amritdharis”. They have to be subdued to achieve the final aim of restoring peace in the country. Any knowledge of the “Amritdharis” who are dangerous people and pledged to commit murder, arson and acts of terrorism should be immediately brought to the notice of the authorities. These people may appear harmless from outside but they are basically committed to terrorism.”

Than how can we trust indian govt. anymore? It may repeat a holocaust in future again. So to keeping in view of safety of our next generations, we need our own homeland where they may prosper without any fear of discrimination, atrocity, fake encounter, religious liberty and equality in all classes of society with good education and justice to all.

Ajmer Singh Randhawa.

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