Former General VK Singh…Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) representing Ghaziabad. Former Chief of Army Staff, Indian Army said …..
If unit kills innocents,does dacoity and then head of organization tries to protect them, should he not be blamed?Criminals should go free!!
Then why not the all the army Generals responsible for Operation Bluestar not questioned for loot of treasury, and arson to Library where historical precious manuscripts were burnt? Whether Gen. Sunderji, Gen RS Dayal, Genral KS Brar not responsible for killing of thousands of innocent pilgrims inside Darbar Sahib complex? Whether denial of religious last rights to Dayal and than attack on Brar in UK not chain reactions? If designated General Dalbir Suhag is in question box and accused of protecting allged killer soldiers of his unit, these accused generals were themselves involved in massacre of innocent. They are also accused of spreading hate against Sikhs in 1984.
See the following evidence;
The soldiers of Indian army sent to invade Darbar Saheb had been brain washed and filled their minds with hate against Sikhs, every Sikh was an enemy for them. This is not only any hearsay but a fact which is revealed by army circular itself. A copy of said circular is posted below.
It was the only reason that army killed every Amritdhari Sikh where it found on roadside. this massacre continued in every part of Punjab for 5 days under code name of ‘Operation Woodrose’. 123 Gurudwaras in Punjab, 43 historical out of these 123 were attacked by army, the blood was flown in every g
urudwara and disrespected the every shrine.
The Government Targeted Amritdhari Sikhs;
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.
Ajmer Singh Randhawa.