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Tandon voices concern

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 6

A member of the BJP core committee and former minister Balramji Dass Tandon today said a small section of radicals should not be allowed to play with the hard-earned peace in the state.

Referring to developments related to Bluestar Memorial, he said the SAD and the SGPC should take a clear stand against the memorial being dedicated to militants. He said the memorial should have been a tribute to the more than 20,000 innocent persons who were either killed by terrorists and or who went down fighting for the countrys unity and integrity.

Tandon said no space should be given to radical elements to dictate terms to political and religious leaders in the state. Appealing to the Akal Takht chief, Tandon said the issue should be resolved immediately to maintain communal harmony and peace in the state.

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Communal harmony? By telling us who we can and cant honour in our own home? In our own darbar sahib? What communal harmony is this? aman shanti gandu badal talks about how can he tolerate anyone telling Sikhs what to do? Have Sikh leaders forgotten the blood sacrifices our people paid to ensure we had a punjabi speaking state? how we had to fight our own so called indian hindu brothers just to have the rights to our own religion in the 1980s? And now they still trying to oppress who we can and can not honour?

If this is not a sign of submission subjugation and slavery to the Hindu dominance and supremacy corrupt criminal mafia rule in india then I dont know what is

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Communal harmony? By telling us who we can and cant honour in our own home? In our own darbar sahib? What communal harmony is this? aman shanti gandu badal talks about how can he tolerate anyone telling Sikhs what to do? Have Sikh leaders forgotten the blood sacrifices our people paid to ensure we had a punjabi speaking state? how we had to fight our own so called indian hindu brothers just to have the rights to our own religion in the 1980s? And now they still trying to oppress who we can and can not honour?

If this is not a sign of submission subjugation and slavery to the Hindu dominance and supremacy corrupt criminal mafia rule in india then I dont know what is

It is very much TRUE.

The reality is : Prakash Chand Badal, Sukhbir Chand Badal are agents of Hindutva Kingdom, and SPGC/Akal Takht is GULAAM, and hence whole of Sikh Panth in India has become GULAAM.

What this Hindu Terrorist Tandon is trying to say is "If you put Sant Jee name of the memorial, we will demolish your Gurudwara's again, the same way we have done in June 1984, and the same way we have done to Babri Masjid and churches in Orrisa. So, it is upto you to maintain hard-earned peace and accept our GULAAMI once and for ever by doing things as we wish even inside your Gurudwaras, or else be prepared for attacks by Hindutva terrorists".

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It is like Sant Ji used to say: "When it comes to taking the dastaar off the Sikh's heads, all the right-wing Hindus are standing on one platform - they are together".

It is our people who voted this dusht party into the Punjab government........yes, OUR PEOPLE. Whether it is BJP or Congress, they are holocaust deniers and they will only like us when we have given up our Sikhi (like Prakash Kumar Badal and co).

All pro-Panthic/Khalistan groups need to get together and create a political force. We might not win but it is better than voting in these right-wing fascists and then begging them for justice.

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From top of my head heres what i think the time line to the troubles against sikhs since 1947 began.

1947 happens -->> Sikh refugee's reach east punjab and indian side of border, various groups even after India and pakistan were created wanted maharajah of pataila to create khalistan but he refused and joined the Indian Union. Both hindus and Sikhs (formerly of west punjab) angry at partition and attacks by muslims and his not pushing muslims out to pakistan then attack nehru when he visits refugee camp in new delhi. Nehru let indian muslims stay in India so they would vote for congress (the killers of Sikhs)

1950 ---->> Delhi Sikhs protest for separate nation state ...in punjab master tara singh fasts until death for Sikhs to have a separate state as realises they been betrayed by congress and hindus start to oppress them.

1955 -->> indian army enters darbar sahib (dont know why yet???)

1960s ---> sant fateh singh (i think) starts fast until death (i think he dies) Sikhs riot

1966s --->> hindus and sikhs riot against each other in punjab (hindus want hindi as national language of pepsu Sikhs want punjabi as its punjabi speaking states)

1970s ---> akali dal party and others start agitations against congress govt for greater punjab rights and water rights / nirankari - khalsa secterian clash

1980s --->> Hindus extremists start to provoke Sikhs in punjab by writing inflammatory stuff in articles and destroying saroops of SGGS Ji.... BJP and other hindu extremists lobby and pressure Indira gandhi to attack darbar sahib.......operation blue star.....anti-sikh genocide all over india... . air india attack committed by RAW indian terrorist intelligence agency.....declaration of independence of khalistan ....The formation of Khalistan units of militant groups and army...

1990s ----> fake encounters, militant attacks, operation woodrose against Sikh youths (black cat indian terrorists involved) ....Sikhs blow up beanta butcher Singh and ends the blood shed and genocide and gendercide of Sikh male youths of fighting age. badal akali dal elected in 1997

2000 --->> 37 Kashmiri Sikhs massacred probably by pro-indian kashmiri militant group (like the punjab black cats) but offically blamed on LeT by west and India (allies of each other)....dehra sacha sauda incident...other sects trying to muscle in on punjab vaccum of Sikh parchaar

2013 ----> Justice denied for anti-sikh genocide for victims. Hindu extremists still trying to provoke Sikhs in Punjab by trying to interfere in our religious affairs.

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