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Amitabh Bachchan Incited Anti-Sikh Violence In 1984

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I am not sure if this was posted, but I found this article on twitter today.

1984 riots: 'Why nobody noticed Amitabh Bachchan spewing venom in India’

AMRITSAR: A prime witness in 1984 anti-Sikh riots said that everyone who had been watchingDoordarshan saw how superstar Amitabh Bachchan provoked the rioters.

"I wonder why no one in India lodged case against Amitabh Bachchan for provoking killing of Sikhs," said Jagdish Kaur, prime witness in 1984 anti- Sikh riots while talking to TOI on Thursday.

Following Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination by her Sikh bodyguards Satwant Singh and Beant Singh, India erupted in riots against Sikhs in 1984. Reminiscing the sad memories of hate crime against Sikhs she said, "I watched live relay on Doordarshan and saw Amitabh Bachchan raising his arm and shouting the slogan, 'khun ka badla khun sae laengae' (Blood for blood) two times. "

Jagdish Kaur said that everyone who had been watching Doordarshan was witness to how the bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan provoked the anti- Sikh riots. "I am not concerned that a case has been registered against him in Australia but all I want to know why nobody noticed Amitabh's provoking statement in India," Kaur asked. She said that ever since she saw Amitabh spewing venom in full public glare she never watched any of his movies or programmes on TV. "Any mention of him or his work reminds me of his role in the 1984 riots," she said.

Recently a US-based Sikh human rights group lodged a criminal complaint against Bachchan in Australia for instigating and abetting 1984 anti Sikh riots. Australia's 'Criminal Code Act 1995' states that Australian courts can have jurisdiction over cases involving crimes against humanity irrespective of whether the offense was committed in Australia or not.

Jagdish Kaur, then 42, had seen her husband and son being murdered in cold blood by a frenzied mob inside her house in Palam Colony (West Delhi) on November 1st 1984. She also saw her three brothers Narinder Pal Singh, 35, Raghwinder Singh, 28 and Kuldeep Singh ,21, all contractors with MES, burning to death by the mob while they were trying to save themselves.

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/1984-riots-Why-nobody-noticed-Amitabh-Bachchan-spewing-venom-in-India/articleshow/10429011.cms

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Apparently people say blood for blood was a movie segment that doordarshan took out of one of amitabh's movies and they replayed it only until we get the actual footage can we say something about it. Only thing is what movie was it even from?

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The 1984 Genocide would get worldwide coverage if action was taken against him as he is well known across the world. Maybe Sikhs for Justice or others could try and bring this to the western medias attention? Even trying to take action against him would bring the massacre to the worlds attention. We have seen our Panthic leaders are not interested in Panthic issues as they have not raised the recent evidence of Police Killings with anyone.

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Why didn't everyone just stop watching his movies ??

My father never allowed them in the house from then and I became a young Dharmender fan !

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FYI: Bachchan says he's half Sikh (his mother is a Sikh) on twitter.

It gets a lot more than this because he is supposedly a descendant of Khem singh Bhedi (singh sabha) who was a DIRECT descendant of Guru Nanak ji !!

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It gets a lot more than this because he is supposedly a descendant of Khem singh Bhedi (singh sabha) who was a DIRECT descendant of Guru Nanak ji !!

Descendancy has no value as per gurmat/sikh itithas luckysingh jee ..... dheermal, ramrai & prithis were all born to Guru Maharaj's

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Also Rajiv Gandhi was his best friend at the time , he could have at the very least severed all ties with Rajiv ....publicly ... to make it known how displeased / angry he was at this mindless slaughter of innocents ....on the contrary the two stayed close until Rajiv met his well deserved fate in 91.

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Was he not helped by indira to get a break in the film industry and were not his mother and indira friends, its seems he was repaying the favour by going all out when she was assassinated. He's nanna and his two mammas were british / hindu spoons, who were only concerned about their own interests, i mean their only sister/daughter and his mother married a bheyah, shows how much sikh values were instilled into her/them.

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FYI: Bachchan says he's half Sikh (his mother is a Sikh) on twitter.

Tytler's mother was also of Sikh background. But look what he ended up doing. General Brar, Dyal, KPS Gill were from Sikh background from both their mother and father's side, but these men are the biggest enemies of the Sikh Panth.

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Was he not helped by indira to get a break in the film industry and were not his mother and indira friends, its seems he was repaying the favour by going all out when she was assassinated. He's nanna and his two mammas were british / hindu spoons, who were only concerned about their own interests, i mean their only sister/daughter and his mother married a bheyah, shows how much sikh values were instilled into her/them.

That's correct as often happens the descendants of great people often end up corrupted as they try to live of the legacy of their predecessors. We see that when great Sants pass away their chelas often act in corrupt ways afterwards. Khem Singh Bedi was a firm supporter of British rule, he actually opposed moves by Sikhs to allow 'low caste' worshippers into Gurdwaras.I suppose the children also drifted from Sikh values hence Amitabh's mother.

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Tytler's mother was also of Sikh background. But look what he ended up doing. General Brar, Dyal, KPS Gill were from Sikh background from both their mother and father's side, but these men are the biggest enemies of the Sikh Panth.

Dont forget badal, makkar etc.

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It gets a lot more than this because he is supposedly a descendant of Khem singh Bedi

who was a DIRECT descendant of Guru Nanak ji !!

He's nanna and his two mammas were british / hindu spoons, who were only concerned about their own interests.

Lucky Veerji and Sat Veerji this Khem Bedi that was Amitabh's ancestor was notoriously very anti-Sikh.

Khem Bedi hated Giani Ditt Singh + the (Lahore) Singh Sabha with a passion as they were revitalising the Sikh Panth.

Khem Bedi had his own competing Sanatan Sabha which claimed Sikhs were Hindu's. Khem Bedi was paid large sums by the British to undermine the Gurdwara Sudhar Lehar and the true Singh Sabha movement. The Arya Samaj and British paid him handsomely to strenghten anti-Gurmat practices in the Gurdwaras led by the Hindu Mahants. Wherever he went he used to openly preach that Sikhs were Hindus. He used verses from Bachittar Natak to force ordinary Sikhs (that only believed in accepting Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj) to think that the Gurus were descendents of Hindu King Ram Chandra's children as Bedi's + Sodhi's. He claimed that the Aad Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the fifth veda of the Hindus + that Sikhs should revere the Vedas of the Hindu's as, according to him, our Guru Sahiban did so in their previous lives, as claimed in the same text.

He was widely disliked by the Sikh Panth, but on the back of the finances from the British and his wealthy Arya Samaj friends, he set up a Sodhak Committee in 1897 of his hand picked people, to consolidate 32 wildly different versions of the Bachittar Natak which had been introduced into Punjab from Bengal via Hindu Mahants to whom the British supplied drugs like opium and prostitutes between 1875 and 1900. It was Khem Bedi who personally decided that Benti Chaupai was best positioned next to Triya Charitar on the advice of Arya Samaj friends.

Khem Bedi's two sons Kartar and Gurbaksh also merit mention as they were staunch opponents of Bhai Kartar Singh Jhabbar, Jathedar Tehal Singh and Bhai Lachman Singh who sought to liberate Sri Nankana Sahib from Hindu Mahants who were introducing prostitutes and other anti-Gurmat practices into our Gurdwara's just like how the Muslim Massa Ranghar had done in earlier times. Kartar Bedi was a staunch supporter of the Hindu Mahant Narain Das who murdered 130 Sikhs at Sri Nankana Sahib in 1921. Gurbaksh Bedi was famously anti-Sikh + used to go on Hindu stages to declare that Sikhs are Hindus.

Compared to these individuals Amitabh seems more "Sikh" for at least trying to clear his name at Sri Akal Takht Sahib.

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He was widely disliked by the Sikh Panth, but on the back of the finances from the British and his wealthy Arya Samaj friends, he set up a Sodhak Committee in 1897 of his hand picked people, to consolidate 32 wildly different versions of the Bachittar Natak which had been introduced into Punjab from Bengal via Hindu Mahants to whom the British supplied drugs like opium and prostitutes between 1875 and 1900. It was Khem Bedi who personally decided that Benti Chaupai was best positioned next to Triya Charitar on the advice of Arya Samaj friends.

http://www.patshahi10.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=217:a-deliberate-attempt-by-jasbir-singh-mann-to-denigrate-the-members-of-the-sodhak-committee&catid=34:english&Itemid=63

The above link has some info about he credentials of the sodhak committee. And the Bani is called Charitro Pakhyan, not triya chartar. Do you have any evidence that the Arya Samaj is behind the positioning of Benti Chaupi in Charitro Pakhyan?

Veerji, all great scholars, warriors, Shaheeds of past(including of the Khalistani movement) have believed in the Sri Dasam Granth. You know the only people who don't believe in this granth? the missionaries and kala afghanists. The two groups who have never contributed anything to Panthic struggles or given even one Shaheedi for the Panth. These are the people who have spread misinformation about Dasam Granth. I appeal to you to read the Patshahi10.org site. It disproves everything these 10th grade pass "professors" have said against the Sri Dasam Granth.

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The above link has some info about he credentials of the sodhak committee. And the Bani is called Charitro Pakhyan, not triya chartar. Do you have any evidence that the Arya Samaj is behind the positioning of Benti Chaupi in Charitro Pakhyan?

Jonny Veerji i think the Sodhak committee link u posted clearly exposes Khem Bedi's pro-Hindu and anti-Sikh agenda. I was under the impression that CharitroPakhyan was comprised of Sri Benti Chaupai (as one spiritually distinct part) along with Triya Charitar (as the other larger component on women's character via adult-nature stories).

Given Khem Bedi's blatantly anti-Sikh credentials and his de facto position as editor-in-chief of the Sodhak Committee (that he assembled) is there any doubt that he deliberately positioned Sri Benti Chaupai Sahib along with Triya Charitar? Is it not patently obvious what Khem Bedi and an alliance of Panthic dushts (Arya Samaj + British Empire) stood to gain by Khem Bedi deliberately juxtaposing the two on their behalf?

Especially bearing in mind the following and very damning evidence:

Khem Bedi that was Amitabh's ancestor was notoriously very anti-Sikh.

Khem Bedi hated Giani Ditt Singh + the (Lahore) Singh Sabha with a passion as they were revitalising the Sikh Panth.

Khem Bedi had his own competing Sanatan Sabha which claimed Sikhs were Hindu's. Khem Bedi was paid large sums by the British to undermine the Gurdwara Sudhar Lehar and the true Singh Sabha movement. The Arya Samaj and British paid him handsomely to strenghten anti-Gurmat practices in the Gurdwaras led by the Hindu Mahants. Wherever he went he used to openly preach that Sikhs were Hindus. He used verses from Bachittar Natak to force ordinary Sikhs (that only believed in accepting Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj) to think that the Gurus were descendents of Hindu King Ram Chandra's children as Bedi's + Sodhi's. He claimed that the Aad Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the fifth veda of the Hindus + that Sikhs should revere the Vedas of the Hindu's as, according to him, our Guru Sahiban did so in their previous lives, as claimed in the same text.

He was widely disliked by the Sikh Panth, but on the back of the finances from the British and his wealthy Arya Samaj friends, he set up a Sodhak Committee in 1897 of his hand picked people, to consolidate 32 wildly different versions of the Bachittar Natak which had been introduced into Punjab from Bengal via Hindu Mahants to whom the British supplied drugs like opium and prostitutes between 1875 and 1900. It was Khem Bedi who personally decided that Benti Chaupai was best positioned next to Triya Charitar on the advice of Arya Samaj friends.

Khem Bedi's two sons Kartar and Gurbaksh also merit mention as they were staunch opponents of Bhai Kartar Singh Jhabbar, Jathedar Tehal Singh and Bhai Lachman Singh who sought to liberate Sri Nankana Sahib from Hindu Mahants who were introducing prostitutes and other anti-Gurmat practices into our Gurdwara's just like how the Muslim Massa Ranghar had done in earlier times. Kartar Bedi was a staunch supporter of the Hindu Mahant Narain Das who murdered 130 Sikhs at Sri Nankana Sahib in 1921.

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