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Seems to me far fetched honestly lol . I mean genocide of all sikh people . This is hard to believe . Is it made up ?

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1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Seems to me far fetched honestly lol . I mean genocide of all sikh people . This is hard to believe . Is it made up ?

some might have said that about attacking Harmandir Sahib before it happened ...

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taken from sikiwiki

Operation Shanti

 

Indira Gandhi, in her war against the Sikhs, was not satisfied with the result of Operation Blue Star, the Indian Army's attack on the Akal Takhat with battle tanks, mountain guns and helicopter gunships, although more than 5,000 innocent Sikh men, women and children perished in the operation.

A direct descendent of Ganga Dhar Kaul, alias Gangu Brahmin, a cook employed in the household of Guru Gobind Singh, her vendetta against the Sikhs was due to what her grandfather, Motilal Nehru, had told her father Jawaharlal Nehru.

Motilal had justified the action of Gangu Brahmin in betraying Guru Gobind Singh's mother and his two young sons to the Mughals because, in his opinion, Guru Gobind Singh's creation of the Khalsa constituted a direct threat to Brahmanism.

Indira Gandhi had her Gangu-Brahmin ancestry confirmed by reference to family records maintained by Pandits at the Mattan Shrine in the Kashmir Valley and the confirmation firmed her resolve to carry on her war against the Sikhs. Not satisfied with the result of Operation Blue Star, she planned another nefarious operation, on a much larger scale, codenamed Operation Shanti. According to Dr. Sangat Singh, the assassination of Indira Gandhi on 31st October 1984 pre-empted Indira's Operation Shanti all over India by a week.

For the details of Operation Shanti we are indebted to Dr. Sangat Singh for exposing Indira Gandhi's venomous plan to wipe out all the Sikhs from the face of India. Dr. Sangat Singh in his new book entitled, "The Sikhs in History" writes at page 415:

Indira drew a diabolical plan, named Operation Shanti, to carry out a general massacre of the Sikhs, of genocidal proportions, around November 8, when the Sikhs would assemble in various Gurdwaras for Guru Nanak's birthday celebrations. According to the plan, large-scale skirmishes virtually amounting to a war were to take place all along the India-Pakistan borders. And, it was to be given out that the Sikhs had risen in revolt in Punjab and joined hands with Pakistani armed forces which had made considerable advances into the Indian Territory. The Sikhs all over Punjab, especially in Gurdaspur, Amritsar, Ferozepur, Kapurthala and Jalandhar districts were to be subjected to massive aerial bombardment, apart from being slaughtered by army and para military forces. The Sikhs all over India were to be subjected to mass scale massacre, loot, arson and incendiarism by lumpen elements organized by Youth Congress(I) activists. Elaborate preparations were made by Youth Congress (I) network all over India; they were to await a coded signal to start mayhem.

The plan was discussed with certain army generals who advised Indira against it. They pointed out that Nazis had used gas chambers to finish off the Jews, but had not been able to do so. And, her plan to finish off the Sikhs in one go would only club her name with that of Hitler. But she was unrelenting.

Indira was not receptive. In view of her nefarious Sikh genocidal plan, she paid a sudden visit to Kashmir on October 27, when, however, she got the omen of her imminent death. Back in New Delhi, the following day, records the Prime Minister's Principle Secretary, P.C. Alexander, "she sent for Gen. Vaidya and asked him in my presence about the preparedness of the Indian army in J & K to meet any unexpected outbreak of trouble. General Vaidya assured her that the army was very well prepared for any eventuality and there was no danger of it being taken unaware by the Pakistanis.

Indira wanted to involve Vice President from that very stage, as he was to be the acting President once Operation Shanti was operative, and the inconvenient Zail Singh was bumped off. Significantly, Zia ul Haq stated at Indira's funeral that it was with great difficulty that he had been able to avert a war with India. His then No. 2, Ghulam Ishaq Khan, after demitting the office of President of Pakistan in July 1993, stated that Indira had planned to attack Pakistan but was shot dead some ten days before the D-Day.

The omen of her imminent death weighed on Indira for the rest of her four days of life. That was uppermost in her mind when she spoke of her violent death at the public meeting at Bhubaneshwar on October 29. Later, in the evening, she broached the subject with Orissa Governor, B. N. Pandey, at the dinner table.

The thought lingered on, as she returned to Delhi on October 30 night. But unlike Aurangzeb who was remorseful at the "burden of sin" he was carrying, Indira, not being religious, was unrelenting.

Beant Singh, Sub-Inspector in Indira's security, got the outlines of Indira's Sikh-genocidal plan from R. K. Dhawan, Special Assistant to Prime Minister, and decided to act to thwart it. He commissioned Satwant Singh to assist him.

On October 31, 1984, at 9.00 a.m. Beant Singh with his service revolver shot Indira in the abdomen five times. In less than a minute, at his call, Satwant Singh emptied his automatic carbine in Indira's abdomen region. Actually, one bullet in the head would have been sufficient. But abdomen was chosen because, firstly, they had been assured that she would not be wearing her bulletproof jacket, and secondly, they did not want to hurt anyone else, which a shot at her head might have entailed.

Beant Singh had cautioned Satwant Singh to ensure that his friend Dhawan was not hurt in the melee. After shooting Indira, both threw down their weapons and Beant Singh said, "I have done what I had to do. You do what you want to do"

 

SO INDIRA WAS A KASHMIRI BRAHMIN .... the ultimate indictment of the nature of brahmanism

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1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

@jkvlondon I know what "Op Shanti"is . I am just saying it seems so unreal ! 

really? knowing how sikhi undermines the powermongers position?  believe it and the RSS/VHP want to complete that <banned word filter activated> .

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19 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

really? knowing how sikhi undermines the powermongers position?  believe it and the RSS/VHP want to complete that <banned word filter activated> .

RSS/VHP is understandable , because RSS represents brahminism , but as far as congress is concerned , they were so called seculars, esp considered anti-hindu . What would nehru gandhi family have personally against sikhs is what i fail to see .

Perhaps those gangu-nehru links are true ? what solid evidence do we have ? Jawaharlal nehru did say his earliest ancestor was Raj Kaul . Some sikhs said Raj Kaul was son of Ganga Ram Kaul urf Gangu . 

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1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

RSS/VHP is understandable , because RSS represents brahminism , but as far as congress is concerned , they were so called seculars, esp considered anti-hindu . What would nehru gandhi family have personally against sikhs is what i fail to see .

Perhaps those gangu-nehru links are true ? what solid evidence do we have ? Jawaharlal nehru did say his earliest ancestor was Raj Kaul . Some sikhs said Raj Kaul was son of Ganga Ram Kaul urf Gangu . 

it is documented evidence in Kashmir who their ancestors  are and I 100% believe that the family suffered by their ancestor being ostracised and driven mad by people's reactions to what he did , they would have had to live through the shame . The common factor in all indian political parties is the absolute control brahmanism has over proceedings, agenda etc . Congress was never sikh friendly , Bhagat Singh was executed at night the day before his date because of Gandhi's suggestion and his body was 'disposed of ' in the dead of night in secret. Nehru and Gandhi couldn't stand the Idea of sikhs being prominent in the freedom movement taht's why the renamed the army that our brother helped form and propagated a hindu image for the major achievements . Don't you ever wonder why Ghadari Babey are never celebrated or even known outside Punjab despite being true freedom fighters, how many of our youth fought for freedom and how many are not known.
I have a theory that as Aurangzeb had to do hatya of a mahapurakh to be ultimately destroyed root and branch , similarly Indira's family have to pay for the pain they have caused Guru ji's children .Brahmanist HIndia will pay karmically for her treachery by losing her wealth, beauty and control

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2 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Is this available elsewhere? Scribd is so inflexible.

is there another portal that I could upload the pdf to ?

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It does seem very far fetched. And hard to believe. 

But i can confirm one thing. The congress parties hatred/envy of sikhs. 

When bhai randhir singh met with bhagat singh in jail. They asked bhagat singh why he cut his hair. And he said to be better able to fit in with the hindu revolutionaries. He said up to now there have been countless sikh freedom fighters for india including kartar singh sarabha. But none of them are reported in newspapers or mentioned by the other indian revolutinaries. So if a sikh at that time, when hindus and sikhs had a common goal and common enemy, could see this discrimination.

How much worse must this discrimination be after sikhs were openly fighting for khalistaan after 1984? 

And in med school, we just learnt that indira gandhi was the person to do most forced sterilizations of humans in the whole world. And she did declare emergencies many times similar to a dictatorship.

Although, until I see proof from non sikh sources, I will remain skeptical. Because i feel like we love conspiracy theories and being victims. 

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