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Indira’s letter on 21 February 1983
“I received your letter from Bharpoor Singh Balbir on 19-02-1983. I completely agree with your views, as everyone should follow his/her religious obligations with sincerity. Sardar Bharpoor Singh has appraised me about your religious works in detail. As you already know, I am concerned about my nation’s unity and security capabilities. For the very reason, we all should find a peaceful solution to conflicts. The argument that has taken birth between Sikhs and Nirankaris can affect a large section of our society. I request you to play a part in resolving the issue at the earliest.
Lots of wishes and regards from my side.
Indira Gandhi”

http://daily.bhaskar.com/article/NAT-TOP-indira-gandhis-letter-on-operation-bluestar-preparations-for-attack-were-on-desp-4513965-PHO.html?seq=4

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Indira’s letter on 21 February 1983
“I received your letter from Bharpoor Singh Balbir on 19-02-1983. I completely agree with your views, as everyone should follow his/her religious obligations with sincerity. Sardar Bharpoor Singh has appraised me about your religious works in detail. As you already know, I am concerned about my nation’s unity and security capabilities. For the very reason, we all should find a peaceful solution to conflicts. The argument that has taken birth between Sikhs and Nirankaris can affect a large section of our society. I request you to play a part in resolving the issue at the earliest.
Lots of wishes and regards from my side.
Indira Gandhi”

http://daily.bhaskar.com/article/NAT-TOP-indira-gandhis-letter-on-operation-bluestar-preparations-for-attack-were-on-desp-4513965-PHO.html?seq=4

So there was just evidence of sweet talk from indira gandhi in mean while under the advise and guidance from the anti-sikh Indian terrorist RAW agency they were planning something very sinister indeed for Sant Ji and the Sikhs of Punjab.

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