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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh 30 years ago, on 3rd June 1984, Indira Gandhi (a corrupt dictator of India who abused the rule of law) ordered the Indian army to conduct a Sikh Genocide a

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Was the Anandpur Sahib Resolution the real reason why the hindu led government in 1984 committed Sikh genocide? Was the Anandpur Sahib Resolution the re

Speech that gives me chills to this day.

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In the previous centuries when Sikhs were killed, at least mothers witnessed in front of their own eyes that their sons had become martyrs, but from the 1980's to the 1990's, around 200,000 sons of Punjab have not been seen by their mothers. There are so many mothers who until this day do not even know whether their sons are still alive or were murdered years ago. Villages upon villages have been wiped out, but not even death certificates were issued.

At the recent Parmeshar Dwar May 2014 Sangrand Diwaan, Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa Dhadrianwale has fearlessly stated the truths of the current Punjab and how it has come to its present embarrassing state of affairs where the one time flowing five rivers of Punjab have become dry, but, by a cunning scheme, a new sixth river is flooded with drugs and alcohol.

The ingenious conspiracy will not kill the next generation youth of Punjab, but neither will it let them stay alive. They will finish Punjab and we will not even know about it. They have attacked the nation from the very roots.

Baba Ranjit Singh discussed the statistics of the Sikh population by way of analysis and appealed to the estimated 50,000 plus Sikhs in attendance to proactively create awareness. They said regardless of whether a dog can make the assault to stop a thief from entering the house, it will nonetheless bark and make every effort to tell everyone there is an intruder approaching. In the same way, if we are truly the guardian dogs of the Guru Ghar, then even if we are not able to do anything, we should at least make enough noise to create awareness that we are under attack.

Why have many of our organisations and leaders in Punjab suddenly gone quiet? Who has silenced them? Have they gone in the pockets of the agencies? In the olden times Sikhs would fight to take the first bullet in the name of the nation and now they are fighting for who can take control of the chair.

Baba Ranjit Singh appealed to the thousands that even if a few of those present could make a concentrated, joint and genuine effort, then Punjab could again become what it once was. If we want Punjab to breathe again, then we will have to work hard, leave our comfort zones, we will have to tolerate the voices of the slanderers, we will have to eradicate greed and take out the fear of Governments from our minds. Each child must become a Parcharak. Punjabi's must wake up.

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