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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

The Hindutva Indian State which celebrates it's modern day formation of the 'Union Of India' as Independence Day on the 15th. This is a kala din (black day) for Sikhs & all other minorities who have been enslaved under the Hindutva State since August 15th 1947, all the voices for the freedom of Minorities have been crushed through various Genocides and mass Human Rights Violations across what is known to be 'India'. The Bhamanvaad make up 4% of India's population yet control all aspects of India and Indian society.
On this day our beloved Panjab was split between India & Pakistan, the Sikh Nation who fought for the Freedom of South Asia was left as a landless nation under occupation by Hindutva Bhamanvaad India. The Hindutva Bhamanvaad allowed the massacre of Sikhs following partition.
Ever since then the Hindutva Indian State has left no stone unturned in destroying Panjab, the Sikh Faith & Sikh Nation - The 1984 Terrorist Military Attack On Sri Harmandar Sahib & subsequent Genocide of Sikhs till this day are witness to how much Freedom Sikhs really have.
As many of the sacrifices made for the struggle for independence were made by the Sikhs, M.K.Ghandi had promised the Sikhs that “No Constitution would be acceptable to the Congress which did not satisfy the Sikhs”. This led the Sikhs at the time to believe that Ghandi was a man working in the interest of the Sikhs. Looking back at this event it is clear that the Sikhs were side-lined, as not a single Sikh accepted and signed the constitution.
There were some major issues in 1950 which the Sikhs did not agree with. Article 25 was one of them. Article 25 was written in regards to the right to freedom of religion. Ironically in this article it is mentioned that Sikh people are to be considered as Hindus. As a result of this clause Sikh marriages would later be solemnised under the Hindu Marriage Act (1955). This was a complete U-turn on Ghandi’s part and an act which undermined the Sikh people and psyche. The nation of people who had fought so courageously and made so many sacrifices for the freedom of the nation from the clutches of the British raj was now considered something they were not.
On August 15th 1947 Sikhs exchanged one master for another. A 'kala din'.
Source: Dal Khalsa/ International Panthic Dal
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Everybody seems to focus on 15th August. Remember that 14th August is equally as bad for the Sikh Panth.

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The black day of Pakistan's creation added another line to the Ardasa of the Sikhs:

"Jehre Gurdware GurDham PAnth to vichhar gaye, ohna da darshan deedar, sewa sambhal Khalsa Ji nu bakhso"

"the Gurdwaras that have been separated from the Panth please bless us with their vision and care,"

To think that the Sikhs gave 83,000 souls for this criminal british empire, and they couldn't give 83 seconds of their time, to see the pain of separation of Sri Nankana Sahib.

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This week we mourn the 67th anniversary of the division of our Punjab, the large scale killings of our people, the separation from our historic Gurduaras, the land of our Gurus and the capital of the Sikh kingdom.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Dal Khalsa urges Sikhs to observe 15 August, India’s Independence day, as Black Day

Amritsar, Punjab (August 15, 2014): Pro-Freedom Sikh body, Dal Khalsa has urged the Sikh nation to observe 15th August, India’s Independence Day, as Black Day.

The Dal Khalsa, that held a a Conference on the subject of ‘Azaadi – the only way’ at Jalandhar to commemorate the organization’s 36th foundation day on 13 August, stressed that the struggle of Sikhs was aimed at finding a separate homeland.

Dal Khalsa president Bhai Harchranjit Singh Dhami said that 67 years ago Hindus got their independence on 15 August while Muslims got it on 14 August. He said that the Sikh Nation missed the bus as it was not lucky enough to get its own homeland. He said that since then Sikhs had been aspiring for their sovereign self-rule. He rued the torturous and humiliating journey of the last seven decades.

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Another view of Azadi March held by Dal Khalsa in Jalandhar City on August 13, 2014

Giving the call to Sikhs to observe 15th August as Black Day, he said that there was no reason for Sikhs to celebrate India’s Independence Day. Rather it should be a day to pledge to reinforce our efforts to break the shackles of slavery, he added. He said that their organization was asking for the right of self-determination for the people of the state.

Taking Mohan Bhagwat, the Chief of Hindu extremist organization Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, to task for stating that the cultural identity of all Indians is Hindutva, he said, Sikhs take it as an affront to their separate distinct identity. Sikhs are not Hindus and we reiterate this loud and clear. He said that ever since the Modi Sarkar was formed, RSS had got a field day to mock and tease minorities.

Dal Khalsa spokesperson, Kanwar Pal Singh welcomed the statement of Member Parliament from Telangana Rastra Samiti party, K Kavitha, and condemned the registration of a case against her under sedition laws. He echoed Kavitha’s statement that Jammu and Kashmir and Telangana were both forcefully annexed to India. He praised Kavitha for showing courage to speak truth and said that the Sikhs too were cheated by the Indian leadership.

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From another topic, West London Singh wrote :

"Jinnah, made a speech in which he promised us Sikhs an independant Punjab with full rights to the Khalsa, Hindus got worried, So, in 1946 Nehru stood up at the All India Congress, in Calcuttta, and made a public declaration that should the Sikhs of Punjab choose India they (we) will be granted a semi-autonomous nation in the same vein as the Khalsa Kingdom that existed before Nehru's enemies (the British) came and made it otherwise."

jinnah made no such statement in 1946, he made this statement to the sikhs in june 1947, in an attempt to keep Panjab undivided. But because of the Rawalpindi riots in March, Sikhs were in no mood to entertain any ideas.

For someone who is amongst this forums minority of educated people, one would think that he should be able to double-check his facts.

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The Sikhs in India celebrate and say happy Independence Day. I hope educated people on these forums know how many Sikhs still serve "serve" in the Indian army. And how many serve "serve" in the administration. They all celebrate and show that they Are part of India. Only handful still show placards who support dal khalsa( I wonder how many seats they will win if they stand in elections ).

Why such a big difference? Why majority of Sikhs still want to be part of India? I don't understand.

Very good point, even during the British Raaj, we had thousands upon thousands of Sikhs who "served" in the Indian army. How many "served" in the administraion. They all celebrated british rule in India and showed their loyalty that they are part of the British empire back then. In those days only a handful of Sikhs realised they were Ghulams and showed independent thought for the Panth. But such independent Sikhs were so few that if elections were to be held back then, they would barely have won even a single seat during the British Raaj.

Same situation is true for today. Back then it was Gora masters, now it is Kala Bhayya masters.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Dal Khalsa urges Sikhs to observe 15 August, India’s Independence day, as Black Day

Giving the call to Sikhs to observe 15th August as Black Day, he said that there was no reason for Sikhs to celebrate India’s Independence Day.

I cannot beleive this flippin organisation. over FB they have been congratulating pakistan on it's independence even though of the immense damage it did to the sikhs and still does.

Was 14th august a white day? or a whiter day than 15th august?

total pakistani brown-nosing!

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I cannot beleive this flippin organisation. over FB they have been congratulating pakistan on it's independence even though of the immense damage it did to the sikhs and still does.

Was 14th august a white day? or a whiter day than 15th august?

total pakistani brown-nosing!

14 august or 15 august - what's the difference ? British left and created that division. And left for the people in that region to sort out the differences. Sikhs who were the strongest opponents because of infighting can't even keep Punjab intact. Half (Sikhs)were given to pak and half to Hindustan to use them for further fighting wars while others watch in awe.

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Very good point, even during the British Raaj, we had thousands upon thousands of Sikhs who "served" in the Indian army. How many "served" in the administraion. They all celebrated british rule in India and showed their loyalty that they are part of the British empire back then. In those days only a handful of Sikhs realised they were Ghulams and showed independent thought for the Panth. But such independent Sikhs were so few that if elections were to be held back then, they would barely have won even a single seat during the British Raaj.

Same situation is true for today. Back then it was Gora masters, now it is Kala Bhayya masters.

There is nothing wrong in Sikhs serving in the Indian army or government administration as long as they are aware of that they belong to a separate nation to the Hindu nation and when the time comes they know that they will chose for a Sikh nation and not for the Hindu nation. Unless you have complete unity among Sikhs and have an agenda and a plan of action which will provide jobs for these Sikhs if they chose to leave their jobs as they cannot in all conscience stay in their jobs you cannot ask Sikhs not not work in tge government. When the time comes to establish Khalistan the skills of these Sikhs will be invaluable as the Indian system will need to be replaced by a Khalsa system.

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There is nothing wrong in Sikhs serving in the Indian army or government administration as long as they are aware of that they belong to a separate nation to the Hindu nation and when the time comes they know that they will chose for a Sikh nation and not for the Hindu nation. Unless you have complete unity among Sikhs and have an agenda and a plan of action which will provide jobs for these Sikhs if they chose to leave their jobs as they cannot in all conscience stay in their jobs you cannot ask Sikhs not not work in tge government. When the time comes to establish Khalistan the skills of these Sikhs will be invaluable as the Indian system will need to be replaced by a Khalsa system.

I just wrote that to show Mota Singh how absurd his post sounded.

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