Sikhs suffered such brutalities in British rule to free India but we feel ashamed to call India our home or nation due to all that faced by Sikhs post independence specially when justice is also denied. We are labelled terrorist because majority always rule in democracy.
Kindly read http://sikhsdemandjusticeinindia.blogspot.in/
If such atrocities to be continued and justice is denied then why should the Sikhs not opt for independence and go for self -determination in 2020.
ਸਿੱਖਾ ਨੇ ਏਸ ਤਰਾ ਆਪਣੀਆ ਢੂਹੀਆ ਭੰਨਵਾਂਈਆ ਨੇ, ਇਹਨਾਂ ਦੀ ਬੋਦੀ ਅਜਾਦ ਕਰਾਉਣ ਲਈ।
And how they suffered in India after indpendence;
Above picture is a tip in iceberg of brutalities Sikh youths had to face in post India, Hundreds of thousand killed in fake encounters. their dead bodies never given back to their families but destroyed otherwise more than 20,000 killed in Sikh genocide in 1984. Sikh girls were also reported raped by Punjab police and by killing squads of Rajiv gandhi in November 1984.
Martyre Bhai Avtar Singh Shatrana.
It was not only the militants who were being killed by the police in its custody but their sympathisers and relations were no exception. Avtar Singh Shatrana’s death in custody is a glaring example of this nature.
Avtar Singh was the brother of Jarnail Singh Shatrana, Lt. General of the Khalistan Commando Force (Panjwar Group) from Shatrana village in Patiala district. He was also a candidate for Punjab Assembly from the Lehra Gaga constituency. He was picked up by the Patran police party led by its SHO (Inspector) Sukhwinder Singh from the Patran Road on July 25, 1991 at 10 AM along with his scooter and taken to Patran police station. He was shifted to CIA, Patiala the same day. He was seen in custody among many by Gurnam Singh of Paind village and Ajit Singh, a PRTC Station Conductor, Patran.
Later, the police came out with a story that Avtar Singh was killed in an encounter between a police party led by Patiala CIA Inspector Gurnam Singh and militants close to Avtar Singh near Gurdialpura Bir on August 6. According to the police FIR, CIA Inspector Gurnam Singh arrested Avtar Singh on August 6 in the morning. Avtar Singh on a brief interrogation, disclosed to the police party that some top militants were scheduled to meet him on that day at 10 AM at a specific place. The police party along with Avtar Singh proceeded to that place in a Gypsy jeep. An encounter took place there (near Gurdialpura Bir village) for three hours. Avtar Singh was killed in the cross firing.
However, IHRO investigations into the matter suggested otherwise:
Avtar Singh was killed in custody. He was in police detention since July 25. At least three persons had seen him in the police custody. Moreover, on August 5, the advisor to the Punjab Governor categorically told a five-member delegation of the Shatrana village council at Chandigarh that he had talked to the concerned police officials. Avtar Singh, he assured, would be released or produced in court, as the case may be, on August 6. All these facts showed that he was killed in custody.
The body of Avtar Singh bore torture and burn marks, there was no bullet injury on the body:
Ajmer Singh Randhawa.