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24 minutes ago, shastarSingh said:

Depends on the licenses of weapons nihangs get from Indian govt.

Indian naxalites are poor people with no militant culture or history. But just in a short time, they hv started killing Indian army and BSF.

We Sikhs are a martial qaum.

We hv bir rassi dhur ki Bani of Guru Gobind Singh ji.

We just need supply of good modern weapons during a civil war and in a short time, we will defeat all our enemies because Waheguru ji is on our side and Waheguru never looses as He is the self created primal being.

Baba Banda Singh Bahadar with mediocre weaponry and a relatively small army defeated Sirhind. Sirhind in those days had a very strong army. 

Alot of those naxalites live in the tribal areas with forests and hills. Punjab is a flatland which is a disadvantage and therefore invading punjab is not difficult.

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On 7/31/2017 at 7:16 AM, HarfunMaula said:

The OP is referring to a Sakhi that surfaced in the 1980s and was reported to be from the Sau Sakhi - a book of 'prophecy' within the Sikh panth. This book has been interpolated with many times to add suitable prophecies, such as the come back of Maharaja Duleep Singh and him taking over Punjab to rouse the Sikhs and garner support. The British tampered with it to facilitate their rule by in a way approving their rule through the Guru. And it seems another Sikh did this in the 1980s. Below is the document mentioning the 'tabhi roos cheen hind mein charh aavay'. The population mentioned in the document (70 crore) is the population of India in the 80s, today it has far exceeded that number. The language is fairly recent and nowhere similar to the writings of our 18th century. The possibility of a nuclear war between India and China is not being ruled out, but the authenticity of this document is in serious doubt. Besides that, Russia has been a strong ally of India since the beginning. They have defended them against the US in the 1971 war and even gave intelligence inputs that triggered Operation Blue Star, hence it seems very unlikely that Russia will attack India.

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Russian and China are very good allies now....india might get isolated.

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