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  1. There are many videos, people, articles and comments online claiming Sikhs were the main and first aggressors during the partition (1947). In reality, it was Sikhs who were first targeted by aggressive Muslim mobs in modern day Pakistan before the partition was even announced! Don't fall for any propaganda, especially Pakistani, which shifts most blame to Sikhs (as seen online and in movies/dramas). The looting, killing and abductions were all first unleashed by Muslim groups. 1946 genocide of Sikhs & Hindus in Hazara region Violence broke out in Calcutta, 1946 as the Muslim le
  2. 15th Anniversary of Chatisinghpura Massacre of Sikh. It is the anniversary of Chatisinghpura Massacre of Sikhs, when a ‘special unit’ consisting of Hindus of Indian Army pulled up 35 men out from the Sikh houses in the village Chatissinghpura in Jammu and Kashmir State, lined them up and shot them. Then the Army blamed that massacre on Muslim terrorists that allegedly infiltrated from Pakistan. So to cover their own tracks, the Army killed some innocent Muslims from the neighboring villages claiming that they have killed the terrorists who massacred the Sikhs. It was the BJP Government
  3. It looks like the Indian army has given up trying to defend Operation Blustar and blamed Indira for it. An Indian General claims the army said 'no' to an attack. This leaves only Brar defending the massacre now. http://www.hindustantimes.com/Punjab/Amritsar/Operation-Bluestar-was-a-political-decision-and-army-opposed-it-Gen-VK-Singh/SP-Article1-1015295.aspx In the first ever candid admission by a retired general, former chief of the army staff Gen VK Singh claimed that the army was not in favour of carrying out the task of flushing out heavily armed militants from the Golden Temple in June
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