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"Police did employ criminals to counter militancy," -Bullet for Bullet the book by Ribeiro. Hints that “extra-judicial killings by police policy” was authored in Delhi.

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the Punjabis make very good soldiers. They are always willing to fight - on one side or other.

Seems like Punjabis need to think more before acting. Or get manipulated easily otherwise. 


They are hard working and aggressive. Even their hospitality is aggressive. lt is difficult to leave a Punjabi house without having a glass of lassi or a cup of tea. Should you have had many cups of tea already and are not interested in one more, then you should avoid visiting another Punjabi household.” 

Lol 😆


 This shows that Delhi had no faith in  the capabilities of Gill, he was merely being projected as the commander of the operations to kill suspected Sikhs as he was in the garb of a Sikh. In his appearance of a Sikh he proved to be convenient tool to liquidate the Sikhs and then give a misimpression to the world. Drowned in liquor all the 24 hours he was a perfect ploy in the hands of Delhi to prove a good executioner. 


The language of the book is a little convoluted from what I see in sections I have not quoted. Would be a 'long read' that I would skim through

This Ribeiro looks a 'wrong un' so I would take anything he says with pinch of salt also




Delhi Police verifying authenticity of ex-IPS Julio Ribeiro's letter  questioning NE riots probe - YesPunjab.com

Bullet for Bullet: My Life as a Police Officer by Julio Ribeiro


Attempts to make India saffron Pakistan won't work: Former IPS Julio Ribeiro  - The Economic Times


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