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Haryana adds to list of Indian states that want Sikhs out. Having used them to convert barren lands into productive farms, they are told to go.

Tarlochan Singh urges PM to help Sikh farmers in state

Tarlochan Singh, former chairman of the National Commission for Minorities, on Friday sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's help in ensuring that Sikh farmers in Haryana were not "ousted" by the state government, following the end of their 50-year lease for tilling.

In a letter to the Prime Minister, he urged him to step in and convince the state government against ousting them.

"We are thankful to you for showing concern for the Sikh farmers in Gujarat, who, after 50 years of farming, have been ousted," Tarlochan wrote.

"The plight of Sikh farmers in Haryana is much more serious and painful. You remember sir, when you visited Pehowa during an election tour, this particular case of the Sikh farmers in that area was brought to your notice and you, very graciously, announced that they will not be ousted and the Haryana chief minister will take necessary action to protect their rights," he wrote.

Tarlochan said 3,500 Sikh families in Kurukshetra and Kaithal districts, who were occupying and tilling the land for the past 55 years, have been ousted forcibly.

"As you are aware, on the advice of the central government, Sikh farmers were given barren lands on lease for making them fully fertile in Uttar Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar, Haryana and Gujarat," he explained.

"After the expiry of lease in Haryana, the Sikh farmers were forcibly told to quit. For years, they were fighting in court, and ultimately the Supreme Court decided that legally they can't be owner of that land, but the Haryana government shall make provisions to allow them to cultivate the lands," said Tarlochan, who is also a senior sports administrator.

"I may bring to your notice that only last month at Krah Sahib village, Sikhs were made landless with the help of police. Some villages where the Sikhs are still occupying the land, the authorities have cut the power supply to harass them," he said.

He said: "But, these poor farmers are denied protection under the existing law that says that any farmer who has been occupying the land for 15 years cannot be ousted. But, these farmers, who were there for 50 years, are not being given any help."

"I request you to kindly advise the Haryana government to show magnanimity to those who have turned barren land into to a prosperous and fertile area," he added.

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Im surprised that Badal isnt supporting them, as he is very pro-farmer.

It may be a case of "you have brought these lands to life, we'll have them back please..."

The lands which were worth nothing are now worth loads.

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Im surprised that Badal isnt supporting them, as he is very pro-farmer.

It may be a case of "you have brought these lands to life, we'll have them back please..."

The lands which were worth nothing are now worth loads.

It's that exactly.
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Meanwhile in the west kids from Sikh parent families are becoming groomed to become gays and promoting gay rights than Sikh rights and the very real oppression our fellow sikh brothers and sisters face in islamic countries (pakistan, afghanistan) and brahminwad hindustan Indian union of states.

When good silent majority of Sikhs do not speak out then evil, corruption and injustice will rule.

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Sikhs have been treated as second class citizens of India since 1947. Sikhs have been used and thrown away, wheter its in the wars against Pakistan or turning their barren lands into breadbaskets.

S. Trilochan Singh continues to do a good job, altough I wish there were more committed Sikhs with such qualifications. I again stress on the need of practising Sikhs to get into IPS, IAS (police, advocates, ...) in India and politics in countries like Canada (on the lines of Jews in America).

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Im surprised that Badal isnt supporting them, as he is very pro-farmer.

Badal?

"Very Pro-farmer?"

I've honestly hardly ever heard the two used in the same sentence. Only once by an overly simplistic peasant that eagerly campaigned for the success of the akali party.

The statement is just as accurate as Rajeev's back when he claimed that Surjeet Barnala is "very pro-militant" in 1986/7 so he could thank him for his good work for the Centre and post him to Tamil Nadu and thereby impose his own Indian National Congress President's rule over Panjaab.

Those on the ground would have a laugh if they heard that.

"Very Pro-Bania" more like. It would be a hundred times more accurate.

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It's a sad indictment of the sheer gullibility, simplicity and hopelessness of our majority farming based community if they interpret the grant of free electricity to farmers as being "very pro-farmer".

Forget the haryana government for one second.

This guy Badal himself has been forcibly evicting farmers from their land in Panjaab in order to clear the way for his industrial friends and nuclear power plants to spread uranium poisoning among Panjaab's rural (Sikh) population!

If Badal was truly pro-farmer, he could have stuck two fingers up to his own prestigious seat as super tout/stooge, and instead, stuck by his declaration of Khalistan at the United Nations in 1993/5, that he made jointly with Mann Sahib, Talwandi, Tohra and Capt. Amrinder;

Thereby giving farmers the freedom to sell their own produce at prices set openly and fairly in the international market; instead of being dictated a price at 10% of the international level by the Indian Government and getting raped year on year like they do at the moment just because our so called "leader" in 1947 was an urban fella who couldn't give a flying f about our farmers and really just wanted to see the back of the muslims (fair enough, don't blame him for that bit) while gladly accepting his reward for ensuring the slavery of the Sikh Nation from his brahmin brothers in crime.

Khalistan would be a truly "pro-farmer" measure.

Unlike the petty sop that is free electricity (nobody pays their bills in india anyway, power is routinely stolen and the power cuts every five minutes anyway so it's not like free power makes any difference).

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But let's give the old crocodile a chance.

Give us the freedom to sell our produce to whoever we like, wherever we like and we'll pay 3x over for the damn electricity.

We don't need free electricity, we need freedom for f's sake!

Out of the above five politicians, only Mann Sahib is still truly pro-farmer, because he's the only one out of the above five who has stuck by his signature and continued to advocate for the freedom of Panjaab's farmers.

Unless of course, Badal has secured an amazing deal for farmers along the lines of Anandur Sahib Resolution without anybody realising and has kept it secret all along, only to reveal it on the night before election to win a record breaking sixth term. Gangsta.

I await the news.

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Im surprised that Badal isnt supporting them, as he is very pro-farmer.

It may be a case of "you have brought these lands to life, we'll have them back please..."

The lands which were worth nothing are now worth loads.

Badal is pro filling his pockets with money

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Badal?

"Very Pro-farmer?"

I've honestly hardly ever heard the two used in the same sentence. Only once by an overly simplistic peasant that eagerly campaigned for the success of the akali party.

The statement is just as accurate as Rajeev's back when he claimed that Surjeet Barnala is "very pro-militant" in 1986/7 so he could thank him for his good work for the Centre and post him to Tamil Nadu and thereby impose his own Indian National Congress President's rule over Panjaab.

Those on the ground would have a laugh if they heard that.

"Very Pro-Bania"more like. It would be a hundred times more accurate.

__________________________________________________________________

It's a sad indictment of the sheer gullibility, simplicity and hopelessness of our majority farming based community if they interpret the grant of free electricity to farmers as being "very pro-farmer".

Forget the haryana government for one second.

This guy Badal himself has been forcibly evicting farmers from their land in Panjaab in order to clear the way for his industrial friends and nuclear power plants to spread uranium poisoning among Panjaab's rural (Sikh) population!

If Badal was truly pro-farmer, he could have stuck two fingers up to his own prestigious seat as super tout/stooge, and instead, stuck by his declaration of Khalistan at the United Nations in 1993/5, that he made jointly with Mann Sahib, Talwandi, Tohra and Capt. Amrinder;

Thereby giving farmers the freedom to sell their own produce at prices set openly and fairly in the international market; instead of being dictated a price at 10% of the international level by the Indian Government and getting raped year on year like they do at the moment just because our so called "leader" in 1947 was an urban fella who couldn't give a flying f about our farmers and really just wanted to see the back of the muslims (fair enough, don't him for that bit) while gladly accepting his reward for ensuring the slavery of the Sikh Nation from his brahmin brothers in crime.

Khalistan would be a truly "pro-farmer" measure.

Unlike the petty sop that is free electricity (nobody pays their bills in india anyway, power is routinely stolen and the power cuts every give minutes anyway so it's not like free power makes any difference).

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But let's give the old crocodile a chance.

Give us the freedom to sell our produce to whoever we like, wherever we like and we'll pay 3x over for the damn electricity.

We don't need free electricity, we need freedom for f's sake!

Out of the above five politicians, only Mann Sahib is still truly pro-farmer, because he's the only one out of the above five who has stuck by his signature and continued to advocate for the freedom of Panjaab's farmers.

Unless of course, Badal has secured an amazing deal for farmers along the lines of Anandur Sahib Resolution without anybody realising and has kept it secret all along, only to reveal it on the night before election to win a record breaking sixth term. Gangsta.

I await the news.

A true account of the situation.

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