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After Operation Blue Star, many Sikh soldiers left their units in Indian Army and rebelled. Indian State sent army and paramillitary forces to eliminate these brave singhs. A hugh force of the notorius PAC (of U.P.) along with paramillitary commando's took up positions near Chhatpur town of Madhya Pradesh. The officer in-charge of the forces got information that Sikh soldiers are coming near the town. He boasted he would kill all Skh soldiers, within few minutes, although some Hindu army officers warned him againist directly engaging against singhs as they might need heavy weapons and air power to confront the Singhs. But that haughty officer boasted that he was a Rajput himself. When he saw Sings coming fearlessly raising JAI KARAS AND THROWING BARRICADES LEISURELY .THAT SOCALLED BRAVE OFFICERS GOT HEART ATTACK AND DIED ON HEARING THE JAIKARA. THE WHOLE FORCE OF 1OOO FLED LEAVING THEIR WEAPONS EVEN WITHOUT TAKING THE BODY OF THEIR OFFICER HIS BODY REMAINED ON ROAD FOR 14 HOURS. Such was courage of their socalled brave soldiers. It happened in the last days of June 1984.

never heard this story before and tried finding a source, could you give me a reference as to were this story is provided.

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sunnybondsingh .................... from reading ur earlier posts it seems as though u are not even a sikh??????? there r certain 'clues' u left out ....ur most likely a hindu trying to pose as a sikh....................i will look forward to ur posts as i find them quite amusing.........hmmm if u r going to pose as a sikh just try to do it properly.

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sunnybondsingh .................... from reading ur earlier posts it seems as though u are not even a sikh??????? there r certain 'clues' u left out ....ur most likely a hindu trying to pose as a sikh....................i will look forward to ur posts as i find them quite amusing.........hmmm if u r going to pose as a sikh just try to do it properly.
Maybe you are the 1st one to point that out, but trust me you are not alone on that opinion :)
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I'm not a Sikh. To be a Sikh you have to be a Saint-Soldier. Do 5 bani da paath. Protect yourself and others around you, NOT ATTACKING OTHERS! Naam, Daan and Ishnaan. Dont do any of the bujjar kurehits. Try to get rid of the vices. And obviously none of you all has all the qualities I mentioned. Being a Sikh is not for everybody.

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This news was blacked out but local people were witness to it. They are the biggest source and proof. Many acts of bravery went unnoticed during 1981 - 91 period, where Singhs, most of them without military knowledge, proved themselves as great heros.

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