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Desperate crass reporting below by TOI....Putting 2 and 2 together to architect a 99! The TOI article makes a ridiculous attempt to link the UK's 84 rally's, Pakistan, motorbikers and even Coventry Ramgharia Gurdwara Hall beadbi to the "Brar Tale".

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Attack-not-meant-to-kill-Brar-but-show-uprising-still-alive/articleshow/16648355.cms?

Attack not meant to kill Brar, but show ‘uprising’ still alive

NEW DELHI: Even though the attackers of Operation Blue Star commander, Lt Gen K S Brar, are yet to be identified, agencies here suspect it might be linked to the radical elements in the Sikh diaspora, who have repeatedly disrupted Republic Day and Independence Day events of the Indian High Commission in the UK.

According to intelligence sources, radical Sikh groups such as Dal Khalsa UK have been organizing protests for years now outside the Indian High Commission office in London as well as at the consulate office in Birmingham. Of late, some militant Sikh youth have gone a step beyond by even disrupting these national events. Sources said the Sikh youth make forced entry at R-Day or I-Day receptions, posing as invitees from the Indian community, and mask their faces before shouting pro-Khalistan slogans, breaking glassware, and grabbing/throwing microphones.

"These radical Sikh men then escape on their motorcycles as quickly," an intelligence official said adding that though the local police are posted outside, they do little to stop or intercept them. Sources indicated that the UK law enforcement authorities prefer to take a neutral stand, assessing the Sikh protests as an internal matter of the Indians. Though the Indian authorities have been pursuing the British government to get tough with the Sikh extremist elements, the UK has been reluctant to oblige.

Incidentally, the Indian agencies fear that the success of the Sikh radicals' protests this year — they even led a huge protests against the pending execution of Balwant Singh Rajoana, assassin of former Punjab CM Beant Singh — may have emboldened them to go for the high-profile strike at Brar.

Brar, incidentally, had not followed the recommended drill of informing the local High Commission and the UK authorities of his visit to London, which would have ensured deployment of requisite security for his protection. The attackers were possibly aware of this and may have been following him for some time.

According to an intelligence officer, the UK has been found rather wanting in acting against the Sikh radicals, who now may be playing into the hands of groups like Babbar Khalsa International that are making fresh attempts at reviving Sikh militancy with help from Pakistan's ISI. The attack on Brar is seen not as much as a daring assassination attempt, but as a message to convey that the Khalistanis are still alive and kicking.

Lolololol.

You can see right through that (incredible) article to see what its objective is.

I am struggling to recall whether I have ever read more tripe than the quantity spilling out of the six short paragraphs above.

There's got to be some kind of record for the most bull concentrated into a few hundred words of a published article.

Serious, unbiased, reasonably credible reporting, that a person of mid-level intelligence might actually be tempted to believe, free of any ulterior motive (or, at the very least, it being reasonably concealed!) simply doesn't exist in India.

And to think that this ridiculously incompetently assembled concoction is run by a newspaper calling itself "The Times of India".

I'll assume that's an article it ran on its website only.

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Having read a few (heavily biased, prematurely "certain", poorly written, reeking of "panic measure", in short, desparate) "articles" (originating out of new delhi).

The reporting around the alleged assault, even if it is, to be taken at face value, as a case of GBH, and not, as it seems, a set-up, even regardless of who did or didn't rough him up, means little in the grand scheme of things.

It appears to be little more than a desparate tactic (although, poorly executed) to gain political mileage (within India only, nobody in their right mind overseas would take these ludicrous articles seriously). (With the caveat of course, that it is within an overall strategy to, at the very least, contain, if not systematically suppress the voice of Punjab).

Indian "journalism" suffers from the same symptoms of blatant state interference as that in any region that is any one of underdeveloped, undemocratic, dictator-led.

The guy is a never-was who holds no power but that as a pawn of GOI (or more specifically, RAW). He is used every now and again to serve its agenda.

I wouldn't be surprised if we hear more stories like this in the impending future, as GOI increasingly begins to panic as it sees the ground disappearing from underneath its feet.

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His joke interview yesterday, it was obvious he didnt have his throat slashed as he claims. It would be interesting to see the medical report to see the exact extent of his injuries.

His body language showed he was making it all up. He tries his best to say it was knife, kirpan, dagger. Just to make sure the Sikhs were blamed.

I think the real issue here is that Sikh Media and the recent successful campaigns (visa's declined for Tytler, Kamal Nath not welcome, EDM etc.) that are being executed are having an impact.

SFJ is singlehandedly embarrasing India with the great work it is doing. Likewise the lobbying and the Sikh media in creating public awareness of what is happening in Punjab is having an impact.

Our media now needs to raise their game and be smarter and review news reports before airing them. They need to have hosts and pannelist's who actually have brain cells before they start spouting BS. If we are not careful, OFCOM will start hurting the stations financially, if we keep making wild hot-headed speeches. All it takes is a single complaint from a viewer.

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No arrests made yet.

Camera footage hasn't been analyzed.

Brar's wife isn't even sure the attackers were Sikhs.

Yet Indian media is already blaming Khalistanis.

They are trying to be slick, but this haphazard plot wreaks of desi.

GOI isn't too happy about Sikhs protesting in U.K. and getting some Congress guys banned. Maybe Rowlings new book, put them over the edge.

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Yes agree this looks increasingly like a staged event (called false flag operation in intelligence circles). Brar said on Sangat TV a few months ago that Sikhs from abroad were exposing his crimes and wanted them stopped, he even mentioned this website. With Z plus security he would always have a bodyguard or have security cover arranged by the UK police.

The information released was conflicting from seriously injurged to a small cut, some said a stab to neck others a stab in stomach. Indian media was on this story all at the same time like an official release.

There is the crackdown in Punjab, the Candian ministers recent comments on Sikhs were spun out of hand, it seems the Sikhs abroad are the Target.

Increase in subtle attempts to make Sikhs look as being an offshoot of hinduism (see posts on this sites), links to Hinduism being pushed all the time . Subersion from within.

Wait for India to announce that the UK must crackdown on Sikhs in a little while.

As predicted the bashing of Sikhs abroad has started, the Indians are giving briefings to western media that dangerous terrorists lurk in your countries.

But it flopped so badly this time that apart from Hindu-Sikhs nobody else believed the Brar story

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Has there been any official response from any UK Sikh organisations to Brar's story? Press releases should go out very quickly when Sikhs are being defamed.

I am hoping Sikh Council UK are preparing something. Anyone know if there is anything in the pipeline, the time slot is very tight and a UK Sikh body should have responded by now. There's nothing official on the website http://sikhcounciluk.org/

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3 arrested not much info except 2 guys and 1 lady http://www.standard....er-8198230.html

this 1 says 4 people arrested http://content.met.p...6/1257246745756

damm if it turns out too be true this is humiliating for sikhs as 4 people could not finish off a 78yr old man

thats why i hope it still turns out too be some sort of conspiracy

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damm if it turns out too be true this is humiliating for sikhs as 4 people could not finish off a 78yr old man

thats why i hope it still turns out too be some sort of conspiracy

yeh but that wouldnt be a big surprise to me to be honest. Lets face it, most UK youth are not trained experts, and even the ones who make up the front line in panthic activism fight more like hoodlum yobs than trained assassins. Its not easy to kill someone who is fighting back unless you are very confident and know what you are doing.

I give props to the guys who had the guts to attempt something like this and for sending out a message, however, still bitterly disappointed that they were not able to finish the job. Still they are bigger men than I am!

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I have just posted the following on the Sikh Council website and emailed them at: info@sikhcounciluk.org I urge you to do the same

WahegurujikaKhalsa WahegurujikiFateh

Brothers and Sisters,

Please can you inform the sahd sangat as to what you are currently doing to counter the negative media attention that is being stirred up by brar debarcle. This seems to be some sort of attempt to defame the good name and image of Gursikhs throughout the western world. It also seems very timely that this incident has taken place, just as Sikhs around the world are being shown to be a beacon of light in this dark time. As the representing body for Sikhs here in the UK, please can you hurry up and make a representation on our behalf.

Thanks kindly

Shaheed Singh

WahegurujikaKhalsa WahegurujikiFateh

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQty2TvYQMQ&feature=share




Check out 1:41, 2:37, 3:11 and 3:55. If at the age of 50 when you're supposedly a robust army general you shiver at the sound of gunfire, please spare us the stupidity to believe that at the age of 78 you dealt with 4 big guys and dodged a knife attack. The shameful part is that the journalist didn't freak out at all and you can hear him say "Lets breathe now" to Mr. Brar when his heartbeat stops at the sound of shots fired.
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