I didn’t say there is no racism in the Uk or that there is no casteism in Panjab.
I have family back home involved in politics so I have primary sources for my info as well.
I think with all respect, you are the one ‘talking shyte’ here.
Again, to address directly the main points of the original post of this thread, it’s not just jatts in high positions and there are already quotas.
I agree casteism is a major obstacle for Ekta in the Panjabi Sikh community.
But, for example, more qualified people from ‘higher castes’ (including Tarkhans I think) cannot get jobs or university places because they go to the ‘scheduled castes’ first .
Akaal Takht Jathedar is from a ‘low caste’
Same with recent ex-Chief Minister Channi.
There have been quotas in place for many years to ensure ‘lower castes’ get many reserved political seats and (from my understanding) the same with senior Religious positions. Same for government jobs and university places in general.
You have made a topic and points here which are quite inaccurate and misleading
I think nonjut Sikhs should just wait for these retards to hang themselves.
They say if you give a fool enough rope they'll hang themselves....I think they are halfway into that process already. Generally they are too retarded to have any even remotely constructive or intelligent conversation/negotiation with (as the forum has shown over the last decade). Let's watch the inevitable show. Hopefully it will be more interesting and stimulating than this one:
With the jat Sikhs making the majority in Punjab and having the most power . IE in terms of politics and also religiously. IE all major people controling and running the Gurdwaras being from this demographic.
Should other castes be give some kind of quota for top jobs so we can have more equality and diversity in the Punjabi society and social strata. Or are they to power hungry and unable to share?
I think that is the only way of achieving a strong United Punjab instead of one where there is to much in fighting and resentments.