Special Post for our respected Members. Khalistan Zindabad

gazoomartian

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
Gazoo's Note: This our neighbor, the boaster of the democracy, freedom, and tolerance, in the front but a terrorist and a murderer country in disguise. I hope Sikhs get their independent homeland soon, Ameen

Khalistan, a reality, a necessity, Zindabad
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Human Rights Violations


Torture and Genocide of the Sikhs
Politics of Violence and State Repression

It is axiomatic that when the Constitution is grossly violated, judiciary is throttled, justice is denied and large scale brutalities are committed on a particular community, there is bound to be retaliation against the perpetrators unless, of course, its will is broken and is no longer able to fight back.

But, despite all anticipations and the all-out state onslaught for years, the Sikh morale and will to fight for their freedom have not suffered. Knowledgeable people say that no other community could have stood up so boldly against such heavy odds.

Military action, deployment of hundreds of paramilitary companies, imported governors, administrators and police officers from other states who had an established track record of exceeding their mandate and call of duty, legislating dreaded black laws, preventing foreigners and human rights organizations like Amnesty International from entering Punjab and numerous other overt and covert actions have been devised to break the community. These are some of the ways ushering in the era of the politics of violence.


In addition to the Indian Congress Party and its government's complete right-about-turn in respect of commitments made to the Sikhs before Independence, a grand design was also hatched to bring the Sikhs to heel. Its first ugly manifestation was when the government of Haryana headed by Bhajan Lal, in league with the Centre, used its police and hired goondas to assault, kill and humiliate the Sikhs who happened to be going to Delhi on the eve of the 1982 Asian Games.

The excuse was the A****s' statement of a peaceful demonstration to bring to the notice of the international community the gross violations of human rights vis-a-vis the Sikhs. No one was spared irrespective of age and status including retired and serving senior civil and military officers, judges, lawyers, ex-ministers, women and children. In many cases their hair - held sacred by the Sikhs - was cut off. Forcible shearing means the worst humiliation for a baptized Sikh.

Some saved themselves by hiding in the fields during the day and traveling at night to places of safety. A number of Gurdwaras in towns and villages of Haryana were desecrated. In keeping with the government's tradition of partisan politics, no culprit was punished.

Some hard lessons were however learnt through this single episode.

Haryana Chief Minister Bhajan Lal earned a special approbation from the Indira Gandhi government. The police and the hired anti-social elements were rewarded for committing these crimes. They felt encouraged that violence against the Sikhs in the future would be a profitable pursuit. Consequently, the Sikhs outside Punjab felt insecure and unprotected.


Some other aspects of this very first pre-planned violence against the life and dignity of the Sikhs came into focus:

  1. there was no retaliation by the Sikhs in the Punjab where they could easily have indulged in revenge killings;
  2. in practical terms, the law of the land could be dispensed with while dealing with a minority community;
  3. willingness of the security forces to undertake utterly unlawful missions at the behest of the ruling clique and thus subverting their discipline; and
  4. anti-social elements can be pressed into service to do the dirty work.
Operations "Bluestar" and "Woodrose" were massive acts of state terrorism. That these operations were conceived as part of the grand design has already been placed on record. Evidently, their sole purpose could be to reduce Sikhs to servility.

Genocide of the Sikhs on the pretext of Indira Gandhi's assassination in November 1984 was an even bigger exercise in state brutality. An estimated 15,000 Sikhs were mowed down in Delhi and other Congress ruled states in the country. The government's official figure of 3,000 killed in Delhi is absurdly low that seeks to reduce the gravity of the crime.


Ever since, state repression has been systematically practiced with Punjab as its primary field of operation. It has been kept out of bounds to foreigners lest the truth about the scale of atrocities and total violation of human rights gets known to the outside world.

Lately, under pressure from within and outside the country this restriction has been relaxed in some parts as a "concession" under the Punjab package which is otherwise an eye wash. But that has made little difference in the government policy and police excesses. There is no letup in the killings by the security personnel and the anti-social elements hired for the purpose.

People are randomly and systematically picked up and lodged in police stations, interrogation centres (which are in fact, torture chambers) and prisons. In most cases no official report is lodged or it is delayed indefinitely which gives flexibility to the police to extort money or finish off the "culprits" in faked encounters.

Glimpses of Genocide

"Sikh burnt alive" Glimpse of genocide of Sikhs after Indira Gandhi's assassination
Sikh tortured and butchered in extrajudicial killing by the Indian Paramilitary Forces
Avtar Singh , a candidate for the Punjab Assembly brutally tortured (with hot iron and electric shock) and mudered by the Indian Police


Source: http://www.khalistan.net/rights-violations.html
 

Nepali Pandit

MPA (400+ posts)
Sikhs have already got the country its called India. Their state is called Punjab. When these things happed it was formative period or transitional phase in India in becoming democratic and secular country. India belongs to all. looks like gazoo has fond memories of sikhs from his past when he was in Bangladesh. i imagine they treated you well when you surrendered.
 

digitalzygot

Senator (1k+ posts)
I have met like dozens of sikhs and they all want out of India, they hate hindu culture and are suffering everyday. THEY SHOULD GET THEIR OWN NATION 'KHALISTAN'.
 

famamdani

Minister (2k+ posts)
Sikhs have already got the country its called India. Their state is called Punjab. When these things happed it was formative period or transitional phase in India in becoming democratic and secular country. India belongs to all. looks like gazoo has fond memories of sikhs from his past when he was in Bangladesh. i imagine they treated you well when you surrendered.

I have more than 183 sikhs help in europe to setteld and all hope one day he become own country but not with your choice...........and about Punjab in India
this province same like police state and police power come from Dehli...............u know and I also............not justify this unjustice ................
 

gazoomartian

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
I have more than 183 sikhs help in europe to setteld and all hope one day he become own country but not with your choice...........and about Punjab in India
this province same like police state and police power come from Dehli...............u know and I also............not justify this unjustice ................


Khalistan, a reality, a necessity, Zindabad (clap)(clap)
 

samy99

Minister (2k+ posts)
gazoomartian,i will give you one simple advice,please stay out of it.when pakistan is trying to have good relations with india ,dont try to lit the fire which will engulf our country too.pakistan have too many problems right now and we need good neighbourly relations who dont create problems in our country.India can and will create problems for us if we dont stop this propoganda.Let the sikhs deal with their own problem.just take care of pakistan."PAKISTAN ZINDABAD".i hope you got my message.pakistan will not gain anything out of it,believe me.
 

Nepali Pandit

MPA (400+ posts)
I have met like dozens of sikhs and they all want out of India, they hate hindu culture and are suffering everyday. THEY SHOULD GET THEIR OWN NATION 'KHALISTAN'.

There is nothing wrong in day dreaming. Some Sikhs had to leave India in difficult circumstances and one can understand their anger. Some paki Sikhs don't like India too. But more than 20 million Sikhs living in India love India. They hold many critical position in Indian government. Nothing can be funnier than Pakistani speaking about rights of minorities....
 

gazoomartian

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
gazoomartian,i will give you one simple advice,please stay out of it.when pakistan is trying to have good relations with india ,dont try to lit the fire which will engulf our country too.pakistan have too many problems right now and we need good neighbourly relations who dont create problems in our country.India can and will create problems for us if we dont stop this propoganda.Let the sikhs deal with their own problem.just take care of pakistan."PAKISTAN ZINDABAD".i hope you got my message.pakistan will not gain anything out of it,believe me.



Your advice is vehemently rejected. I shall not stay out of it. You are only suggesting because I have hit your country, India's week nerve, Khalistan.

good relationship: coward and corrupt leaders of Pakistan have been trying to have good relationship since 1947 but we know what your country has done, referring to East pakistan, current terrorist actions that has killed 1000's of Pakistanis. Over 48000 deaths resulting from bullets and torture in terrorized Kashmir. 10,000 in Gujrat, same number of Christians in Orissa, 100's in Maoland, list goes on.

After what we have seen so far from India, Pakistanis are not under any disillusion. We have tried ebough for good relations. Even NOW our corrupt and ghaddar leaders accept the invitation of talks instead of raising Indian terrors in Pakistan. Cache of Indian guns and other weapons have been ceased, what other proof does anybody need.

India can and will create problems: Yes they will when they want to whether we have good relationship or not. India is run by Hindu zionist and hegemonist, we must not become weak and stupid to believe that India is extending a friendly hand. The current approach of talks is only because India is worried that they have ajor problems on hand and I do not foresee that subsiding in near future. India is skating on thin ice. Khalistan and Maoland need just little assistance to achieve their dreams.

With the breakup of India Pakistan would be the sole beneficiary, let ME assure YOU. I believe this is the only way we can handle terror in northwest. Weak India means strong and flourishing Pakistan.

When my party becomes the ruler, we shall promote the cause of Khalistan, maoland. I already have a plan which I do not care to discuss here.

now I want to add another breakup to the list: Rajisthan

so my dear friend, take your SIMPLE ADVICE and shove it wherever fits most. I hope you got MY message.


Khalistan, Maoland, Rajisthan
a passion, a reality, a necessity, zindabad
 
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digitalzygot

Senator (1k+ posts)
Wow RAW agents targetting Pakistani minorities just to prove a point that Pakistan isn't a safe country, suddenly people are talking and doing propaganda about certain bills which were there for a reason and never required a second thought, now lets see people responsible for recent attcaks caught and prosecuted in Pakistan but what about India where it's a common thing, killing people in the name of religion is a habit and no one ever gets caught.
 

samy99

Minister (2k+ posts)
gazoomartian,i am pakistani and care about it.Dont carried away by your foolish ideas of khalistan.Not more than 5% sikhs want khalistan,get real .you are not doing any service to pakistan by spreading this kind of stupid propoganda.if majority of them wanted a separate homeland,they could demonstrate openly but ground reality is totally different what you are preaching.Are you a sikh or pakistani? if pakistani then care about it rather than talking nonsense and illogic. you dont have to act like "bindrewala", stay in your pant and act like a decent person .
 

gazoomartian

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
gazoomartian,i am pakistani and care about it.Dont carried away by your foolish ideas of khalistan.Not more than 5% sikhs want khalistan,get real .you are not doing any service to pakistan by spreading this kind of stupid propoganda.if majority of them wanted a separate homeland,they could demonstrate openly but ground reality is totally different what you are preaching.Are you a sikh or pakistani? if pakistani then care about it rather than talking nonsense and illogic. you dont have to act like "bindrewala", stay in your pant and act like a decent person .


Khalistan, Maoland, Rajisthan
a passion, a reality, a necessity, zindabad
 

gazoomartian

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
India: Home of the Holocausts, Killer of Muslims, Christians, and Sikhs. India Exposed

Gazoo's note: The Sikhs around the world and specially Sikh officers in the Indian Army have knows this from the beginning and they shall never forget it. They may be waiting for the right time for an all-out mutiny. We just have to wait n see.



Adapted from: http://khalistan.net/sikh-holocaust.html

Sikh Holocaust

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Burning of Innocent Sikhs​
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Burning of Innocent Jews​
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Burning of Sikh Properties​
By Hindu Mobs​
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Hindu Mob Attacking an Innocent Sikh​

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A Sikh Widow​

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A Sikh Family Massacred​
By Hindu Mob​
1984 Riots and Beyond
From AllAboutSikhs..com​
Sequence of Events
A recapitulation of the 1984 Delhi carnage in which about 4,000 Sikh s were massacred in three days in the wake of Indira Gandhi's assassination.​
October 31, 1984 :
9.20 am: Indira Gandhi was shot by two of her security guards at her residence No. 1, Safdarjung Road, and rushed to All India Institute of Medical Sciences.



11 am: Announcement on All India Radio specifying that the guards who shot Indira Gandhi were Sikh s. A big crowd was collecting near AIIMS.



2 pm: Though her death was yet to be confirmed officially, it became common knowledge because of BBC bulletins and special afternoon editions of newspapers.



4 pm: Rajiv Gandhi returned from West Bengal and reached AIIMS. Stray incidents of attacks on Sikh s in and around that area.



5.30 pm: The cavalcade of President Zail Singh, who returned from a foreign visit, was stoned as it approached AIIMS.



Late evening and night: Mobs fanned out in different directions from AIIMS. The violence against Sikh s spread, starting in the neighbouring constituency of Congress councillor Arjun Dass. The violence included the burning of vehicles and other properties of Sikh s. That happened even in VIP areas like the crossroads near Prithviraj Road where cars and scooters belonging to Sikh s were burnt.



Shortly after Rajiv Gandhi was sworn in as Prime Minister, senior advocate and Opposition leader Ram Jethmalani met home minister P.V. Narasimha Rao and urged him to act fast and save Sikh s from further attacks. Delhi's lt governor P.G. Gavai and police commissioner S.C. Tandon visited some of the violence-affected areas. Despite all these developments, no measures were taken to control the violence or prevent further attacks on Sikh s throughout the night between October 31 and November 1.



November 1, 1984 :
Several Congress leaders held meetings on the night of October 31 and morning of November 1, mobilising their followers to attack Sikh s on a mass scale. The first killing of a Sikh reported from east Delhi in the early hours of November 1. About 9 am, armed mobs took over the streets of Delhi and launched a massacre. Everywhere the first targets were Gurudwaras - to prevent Sikh s from collecting there and putting up a combined defence.



Mobs were armed with iron rods of a uniform size. Activist editor Madhu Kishwar saw some of the rods being distributed among the miscreants. Mobs also had an abundant supply of petrol and kerosene. Victims traced the source of kerosene to dealers belonging to the Congress party. For instance, a Congress worker called Brahmanand Gupta, a kerosene dealer, figures prominently in affidavits filed from Sultanpuri.



Every police station had a strength of about 100 men and 50-60 weapons. Yet, no action was taken against miscreants in most places. The few places where the local police station took prompt measures against mobs, hardly any killings took place there. Farsh Bazar and Karol Bagh are two such examples. But in other localities, the priority of the police, as it emerges from the statement of the then police commissioner S.C. Tandon before the Nanavati Commission , was to take action against Sikh s who dared to offer resistence. All the Sikh s who fired in self-defence were disarmed by the police and even arrested on trumped up charges.



Mobs generally included teams attending to specific tasks. When shops were to be looted, the first team that gets into action would kill and remove all obstacles. The second team specialises in breaking locks. The third team would engage in looting. And the fourth team would set the place on fire.



Most of the mobs were led by Congress members, including those from affluent families. For instance, a Youth Congress leader called Satsangi led a mob in the posh Maharani Bagh. The worst affected areas were however far flung, low income colonies like Trilokpuri, Mongolpuri, Sultanpuri and Palam Colony.



The Congress leaders identified by the victims as organisers of the carnage include three MPs H.K.L. Bhagat, Sajjan Kumar and Dharam Dass Shastri and 10 councillors Arjan Dass, Ashok Kumar, Deep Chand, Sukhan Lal Sood, Ram Narayan Verma, D.R. Chhabbra, Bharat Singh, Vasudev, Dharam Singh and Mela Ram.



November 2, 1984 :
Curfew was in force throughout Delhi - but only on paper. The Army was also deployed throughout Delhi but nowhere was it effective because the police did not co-operate with the soldiers who were not empowered to open fire without the consent of senior police officers or executive magistrates. Meanwhile, mobs continued to rampage with the same ferocity.



November 3, 1984 :
It was only towards the evening of November 3 that the police and the Army acted in unison and the violence subsided immediately after that. Whatever violence took place the next two or three days was on a much smaller scale and rather sporadic.



Aftermath of the carnage:
Most of the arrested miscreants were released at the earliest. But the Sikh s arrested for firing in self-defence generally remained in detention for some weeks. Worse, there was also a pattern throughout Delhi of the police not registering proper cases on the complaints of victims. Instead, the police registered vaguely worded omnibus FIRs which did not deal with any specific incident or person. As if the damage done by such FIRs was not bad enough, the police made little effort to investigate the cases and trace the miscreants. The only acknowledgement of any wrongdoing on their part was the appointment of a committee headed by senior police officer Ved Marwah to probe the role of the police.



Two remarkable initiatives that came on the same month as the carnage, in a bid to make up for the failure of the Government, were from human rights organisations and a leading Opposition party. People's Union of Civil Liberties and People's Union for Democratic Rights came out with a devastating expose in a booklet titled, Who are the guilty? The Bharatiya Janata Party contradicted the Government's claim then that only 600 people were killed in the Delhi carnage.



On the basis of a survey done by its cadres, the BJP came out with a death toll of 2,700, which is remarkably close to the official tally of 2,733 arrived at three years later.
On December 27, 1984 , the Lok Sabha elections were held and the Congress party had a landslide victory bagging over 400 seats for the first and so far the only time in the Indian electoral history. The election held under the shadow of Indira Gandhi's assassination and the subsequent massacre was marked by an anti- Sikh sentiment whipped up by the Congress party campaign.



In the early months of 1985, two more NGO reports followed: one by Citizens for Democracy headed by Justice V.M. Tarkunde and another by a Citizens' Commission headed by former chief justice of India S.M. Sikri . Both indicted the Government and the ruling party and called for a judicial inquiry.



A journalist, Rahul Kuldeep Bedi, filed a writ petition in the Delhi high court seeking an inquiry into the role of the police. PUDR filed a writ petition in the same court seeking a direction to the Government to appoint a Commission of Inquiry. Both the petitions were dismissed.
On April 26, 1985 , i.e. almost six months after the carnage, the Rajiv Gandhi Government appointed the Ranganath Misra Commission to inquire into "the allegations in regard to the incidents of organised violence" in Delhi.



In June 1985 , a group of eminent persons and representative of human rights organisations came together under the banner of the Citizens Justice Committee (CJC) to help the Misra Commission unravel the truth.
The Misra Commission held all its proceedings in camera and took the help of the CJC to get affidavits from victims.



On March 31, 1986 , the CJC notified its withdrawal as the Misra Commission kept it out of most of the inquiry holding "in camera proceedings within in camera."
In August 1986 , the Misra Commission submitted its report to the Government, which in turn tabled it in Parliament in February 1987. The report vindicated the CJC's apprehension that the Misra Commission would whitewash the role of the Government and the ruling Congress party.


On February 23, 1987 , the Government appointed three committees on the recommendation of the Misra Commission. (1) Jain-Banerjee committee to pursue cases that have either not been registered or not properly investigated. (2) Kapur-Mittal committee to identify delinquent police officials. (3) Ahooja committee to arrive at the official death toll of the carnage.



In August 1987 , the Ahooja committee determined that the number of persons killed in Delhi in the 1984 carnage were 2,733.
In November 1987 , the Delhi high court stayed the functioning of the Jain-Banerjee committee because of its very first recommendation, which was to register a murder case against former Congress MP Sajjan Kumar. The petition was filed by one of the co-accused, Brahmanand Gupta.



In October 1989 , the Delhi high court quashed the notification appointing the Jain-Banerjee committee. The court found that the powers of monitoring of investigation and the institution of new case conferred on the committee were illegal.



March 1, 1990 : The two members of the Kapur-Mittal committee gave separate reports. Justice Dalip Kapur gave no finding on the ground that the committee had not been empowered to summon police officials to hear their version. Kusum Lata Mittal identified 72 police officials, including six IPS officers, recommending various penalties against them.
March 27, 1990 : The Delhi Administration prompted by the newly elected V.P. Singh Government appointed the Poti-Rosha committee without the legal defects pointed out by the high court in the case of the Jain-Banerjee committee.



August-September 1990: The Poti-Rosha committee sent two batches of recommendations covering altogether 30 affidavits, including the case against Sajjan Kumar. When a CBI team went to his house to arrest him, Sajjan Kumar and his supporters locked up the officials and detained them till his lawyer, R.K. Anand (now a Congress MP), obtained "anticipatory bail" from the high court. Subsequently, the two committee members, Subramaniam Poti and Padam Rosha, declined to carry on in office when their first term expired on September 22.
October-November 1990 : The Delhi Administration constituted a fresh committee comprising J.D. Jain and D.K. Aggarwal, to take over the work of the Poti-Rosha committee.



June 30, 1993 : After making recommendations from time to time from among the remaining 1,000-odd affidavits, including 21 affidavits against Congress leaders H.K.L Bhagat and Sajjan Kumar, the Jain-Aggarwal committee submitted a detailed report giving a comprehensive account of how the police scuttled carnage cases at the stages of registration, investigation and prosecution. The Jain-Aggarwal committee also recommendation action several police officials for their lapses.



1994 : The Delhi Government under Madan Lal Khurana appointed an Advisory Committee under the chairmanship of Justice R.S. Narula. The Advisory Committee reviewed the status of the recommendations made the Poti-Rosha committee, Jain-Aggarwal committee and Kapur-Mittal committee. The Advisory Committee also made a particular reference to the failure of the police, which came under the Congress-ruled Central government, to book the cases recommended against Congress leaders H.K.L. Bhagat and Sajjan Kumar.



1995 : On the basis of the Advisory Committee's report, Delhi chief minister Madan Lal Khurana repeatedly asked the Centre to let the police take action on the 21 affidavits against Congress leaders H.K.L. Bhagat and Sajjan Kumar. It was only when Khurana threatened to complain to the National Human Rights Commission, the Centre sent those affidavits to the Delhi Government.



2000 : The Atal Behari Vajpayee Government appointed a fresh judicial inquiry into the 1984 carnage under the chairmanship of Justice G.T. Nanavati. The justification offered for it was the failure to punish the guilty. Despite the lapse of over 15 years, the Nanavati Commission received hundreds of fresh affidavits from victims as well as victims, including prominent persons such as I.K. Gujral, Khushwant Singh, Kuldip Nayar and Jagjit Singh Aurora.



2001-02: The Nanavati Commission records much damaging evidence brought on record for the first time since 1984 . Arguments pending at the time of release of this report.
 

digitalzygot

Senator (1k+ posts)
Sammy get a grip, gazoo is right idk where you got your numbers that only 5% want Khalistan *sigh*
 
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Night-Hawk

Senator (1k+ posts)
Your advice is vehemently rejected. I shall not stay out of it. You are only suggesting because I have hit your country, India's week nerve, Khalistan.

good relationship: coward and corrupt leaders of Pakistan have been trying to have good relationship since 1947 but we know what your country has done, referring to East pakistan, current terrorist actions that has killed 1000's of Pakistanis. Over 48000 deaths resulting from bullets and torture in terrorized Kashmir. 10,000 in Gujrat, same number of Christians in Orissa, 100's in Maoland, list goes on.

After what we have seen so far from India, Pakistanis are not under any disillusion. We have tried ebough for good relations. Even NOW our corrupt and ghaddar leaders accept the invitation of talks instead of raising Indian terrors in Pakistan. Cache of Indian guns and other weapons have been ceased, what other proof does anybody need.

India can and will create problems: Yes they will when they want to whether we have good relationship or not. India is run by Hindu zionist and hegemonist, we must not become weak and stupid to believe that India is extending a friendly hand. The current approach of talks is only because India is worried that they have ajor problems on hand and I do not foresee that subsiding in near future. India is skating on thin ice. Khalistan and Maoland need just little assistance to achieve their dreams.

With the breakup of India Pakistan would be the sole beneficiary, let ME assure YOU. I believe this is the only way we can handle terror in northwest. Weak India means strong and flourishing Pakistan.

When my party becomes the ruler, we shall promote the cause of Khalistan, maoland. I already have a plan which I do not care to discuss here.

now I want to add another breakup to the list: Rajisthan

so my dear friend, take your SIMPLE ADVICE and shove it wherever fits most. I hope you got MY message.


Khalistan, Maoland, Rajisthan
a passion, a reality, a necessity, zindabad

Spot on gazoo !---- Go ahead ! I will be the first one to join your party--- but let me know when the phase of transformation from virtuality to actuality completes. :)
 

Star Gazer

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Sikhs have already got the country its called India. Their state is called Punjab. When these things happed it was formative period or transitional phase in India in becoming democratic and secular country. India belongs to all. looks like gazoo has fond memories of sikhs from his past when he was in Bangladesh. i imagine they treated you well when you surrendered.


There goes nepali again on her ranting!
Formative years of india even in 1980s? You are right my bad. Yes they were formative years 'when the indians were still practicing to be Terrorist at all state levesl.
Beware rest of the world especially poor all 'scheduled castes' of india save the pandit!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Star Gazer

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
There is nothing wrong in day dreaming. Some Sikhs had to leave India in difficult circumstances and one can understand their anger. Some paki Sikhs don't like India too. But more than 20 million Sikhs living in India love India. They hold many critical position in Indian government. Nothing can be funnier than Pakistani speaking about rights of minorities....


You have a sense of humor! You can deny all you want, not going to change anything. Minorities of muslims, sikhs christians and dalits are all killed and treated so bad save a few which are presented as Models to the rest of the world. Keep doin your thing,like I said you indians do not know how to rule, it is you first time in all the history of india. Chaar din ki chaandni.............
 

desicad

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
You have a sense of humor! You can deny all you want, not going to change anything. Minorities of muslims, sikhs christians and dalits are all killed and treated so bad save a few which are presented as Models to the rest of the world. Keep doin your thing,like I said you indians do not know how to rule, it is you first time in all the history of india. Chaar din ki chaandni.............
LOL....you have the best sense of humor it seems. Seriously do you people really know how to rule? You have not been able to decide what form of govt. is best suitable even after more than 60 years. Can you tell me what was the percentage of minorities in 1947 and what it is now in pakistan? Forget about minorities, you could not even keep together your coreligionists. Remember '71?
 
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