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An Undeclared War on the Sikh Nation Punjab: “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984, The Brutal Military Operation of Indian Administation and its Armed Forces*

October 4, 2009 | By

Author: Dr Awatar Singh Sekhon

In the early 1940s at the Annual Conference of National Congress Party, Madan Mohan Malviya (MMM), a staunch Brahmin, said while conversing with the Sikh representative, Giani Sher Singh of the Shromani Akali Dal, said that “Giani ji, Aap Fikar naa Karen, Mulak ke Azad Ho Jaane do, hum (the Hindus/Brahmins and their pros) Apni Vidhya Prannali Mei Sanshodhan Kar Ke Musalmaano Kee Saari Musalmaani Nikaal Deynge,” which meant that Giani ji, do not worry about the Muslims, the followers of Janab M A Jinnah, the leader of the Muslims, “let the country (the Hindus/Brahmins) get its freedom from the ‘Slavery of the British Empire’, we will take care of the Muslims by making appropriate changes in the Educational Syllabus of the British India, to suit the Brahmins-Baniya (elite-trader caste Hindus) clique and their followers.” The quote of MMM reflects one of the designs of the Brahmins and Hindus against the Muslims in particular and other non-Hindu and non-Brahmin minorities in general. Whether they dealt with the Muslims or not, but the present write up is indicative of the Brahmins’ hatred towards Sikhs, since the ‘subservient’, the of the Afghans, Mughals, Sikhs, British, Portugese, and other committed persecution, terrorism, educational, social, cultural, political genocide against the Sikhs of the House of Baba Guru Nanak Sahib. They did their inhuman, humiliation and dehumanization acts knowingly and deliberately that the followers of Guru Baba Nanak Sahib should not follow and practice their Guru’s teachings, especially when the Guru defined the Brahmin in his teachings, inscribed in Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikhs’ Holy scripture, “Mathe Tikka Terrh Dhotti Kakhai, Hath Chhurri Jagat Kasai.” Guru’s teaching means that the Brahmin has painted his forehead, has a white cloth (Dhotti) around his waste, a lethal weapon in his hand (now the same Brahmin possess the nuclear arsenal), and he is the ‘Butcher of the world’. What was true in the 15th century, during Guru Baba Nanak’s time, has been proving right in the 20th and 21st centuries.

If the Sikh leaders like Giani Sher Singh and Master Tara Sinh (a traitor of the House of Guru Baba Nanak Sahib and the Guru Khalsa Panth; please see Ram Singh 2009 Second ed.,”Betrayal of Sikh Nation by Master Tara Singh with British Documents of Transfer of Power 1947, Master Tara Singh Da Sikh Kaum Naal Visahghat, in Punjabi ISBN 978-0-9811360-6-6), the latter being a well-wisher of the Brahmins as he himself was a convert Sikh from a Hindu family. Master Tara Singh (Nanak Chand before becoming Tara Singh) spent most of his time fighting to become the Sikh leader to depose the ‘uncrowned’ king of the Sikhs Baba Kharak Singh of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD). Indeed, he succeeded in his intentions, but this coward had no courage and knowledge to become a politician and statesman of the Sikh Nation, the nation which has been struggling to regain its sovereignty, independence and political power by peaceful means since 14th March, 1849. This was the day when the Sikhs surrendered their sovereignty to the forces of the British Empire. Master Tara Singh ignored the role of the earlier Sikh leaders like Mehtab Singh, Shivdev Singh, Shobha Singh and ‘uncrowned’ King Baba Kharak Singh, to say the least. He and his Akalis, although had been demanding the ‘sovereign, Azad (independent) Punjab, Khalsa ji de Bol-Bale, which meant the sovereignty to the Sikhs. Hollow promises were made by the ‘unelected’ Hindu-Brahmins leadership of the pre-15th August, 1947 era, to please the Sikhs and get them on their side. He (Tara Singh) capitalized on the hatred ness against the Muslims brothers and followers of Janab MA Jinnah. The ‘Hindu-Brahmin’ clique deliberately overlooked that the first ’Secular and Sovereign nation’, Punjab or the Sikh Raj, of the South Asian region’s status was “annexed” to the British Empire, but not its amalgamation to the British Empire. Master Tara Singh also forgot that the “annexation” the Sikh Raj (14th March, 1849 – 15th August, 1947) was for the administration purposes only. It should be noted that when the British Empire, divided the British India Empire, into the predominantly Hindu India and the Muslims of Pakistan, under the leadership of Janab MA Jinnah, the status of the “annexed” Sikh Nation, Punjab, the Sikh Raj of monarch Ranjit Singh, or Khalistan [a term coined by Dr (Bhai)Vir Singh Bhatti in 1940; Khalsa means Sovereign + Stan means Land = Khalistan] remained as “annexed”, even after the political power was handed over to the ‘unelected’ Brahmin-Baniya clique, or ‘predominantly Hindu India’. This was done despite Tara Singh’s own protests and the protest of the Sikh Nation, to go with the Hindu India (1Sekhon and Dilgeer 2003, 2. 2006 ISBN 0.9695964-8-0; 3 Dilgeer HS and Sekhon AS 1992 ISBN 0-9695964-1-3; 4. Sekhon AS 2005 ISBN 0-9548929-0-9; 5 Sekhon et al 2008 ; 6 Sekhon AS 2008; 25 Years After 1984 Assault on Durbar Sahib Laying Foundation of Khalistan 2009 (ed) Dr Awatar Singh Sekhon ISBN 0-9548929-4-1)), which Tara Singh has forgotten or down played the saying of MK Gandhi, “We (the Brahmins-Baniya Hindus) have nothing common with the Sikhs. Additionally, the Brahmins-Hindus clique’s took a turn to create a wedge and hatred for the Sikhs in the recently acquired predominantly Hindu India. In the years to come, MK Gandhi’s statement and the Hindus’ policy against the Sikhs, the Muslims and other non-Hindu, non-Brahmin minorities took entirely a different turn, as reflected from time to time since 1929 (see below the quotes of MK Gandhi, JL Nehru, etc.). It ultimately culminated into their policy of hatred, in order to teach ‘a lesson’ to the Sikhs. Subsequently, the Brahmin-Baniya clique, the unelected leadership of the Hindus will never recall the ‘Sovereignty, and independence of the Sikh nation’, until 15th March, 1849.

To expand further the question as how and why, the Brahmins-Hindus, the peace-loving creatures, would like to teach ‘a lesson’ to the Sikh Nation, is examined below:

1. The teachings of the founder of the Sikh religion, Baba Guru Nanak Sahib defined the Brahmin as the ‘butcher of the world’. This is the prime factor that the Brahmins-Hindus feel most threatened from the Sikh religion for their very existence, as it exposes them, their supremacy of the caste system and their intentions to make them their ‘slaves or the Enslavement of the Brahmins’. The House of Baba Guru Nanak Sahib and the Sikhs of Punjab always posed a threat to their very survival, and the followers of the casteism and apartheid. This had been true until the day of their ‘freedom’, so to speak, since 15th August, 1947. However, they knew it that they cannot keep their freedom without the Sikhs to be on their side. They also knew that they cannot expect to live peacefully with the Sikhs because of the Brahmins-Hindus’ ‘ulterior’ motives. The reason being the Sikh Religion is the 5th largest religion of the world, believes in the wellness of all the humanity, their equality, and is against the discrimination in the human race; whereas, the Hindus-Brahmins are anti-humanity and the followers of apartheid. There has not been any protection to the women’s rights in the Hindus’ caste system; whereas, the equality is the basis for both the gender in the Guru Nanak’s House. The Sikhism as the 5th largest religion of our world has been the cause of their headache as against the Brahmins-Hindus who are ‘neither a religion nor a culture’, according to the Hindu academics, Sir VT Rajshekar, the Editor in Chief, Dalit Voice.

2. The Hindus-Brahmins had no choice but to plan well before the British hand over political power to the ‘Brahmin-Baniya’ clique. The clique had to plan how to deal with the Sikhs, using their ‘divide and rule’ policy?  How to make the best use of their divide policy as far as the Sikh nation and the remaining Muslims, after Pakistan is formed and separated, are concerned? Besides, they have to keep on working quietly until the political power is brought to them, after Pakistan comes into being. They had been looking forward to it so eagerly to see their own rule after their enslavement of more than 1,500 years, prior to pre-15th August, 1947 period.

3. The Brahmins-Hindus realized that they had not devised any ‘freedom’ policy against their British masters or even before, because they were used to the political power even during their enslavement and/or ‘subservient’ period. The facts may be realized that MK Gandhi, who later became the father of the predominant Hindu nation after 15th August, 1947, was indeed held a rank of the ‘Sergeant-Major’ in the British Red Cross, had been responsible for the genocide of the Zulu tribe during his time in Africa, and he had advised the British man of the 20th century, Sir Winston Churchill, to accept the leadership of the Nazi Germany and of Adolf Hitler. Sir Winston Churchill’s hatred of Gandhi may be interpreted from his own words used for Gandhi as a ‘naked faqir’. MK Gandhi was famous to sleep naked, to test his ‘male hood’, with young girls and quite a few female politicians who had been the cabinet members in the post-15th August, 1947, India.

4. According to the author, the so-called freedom struggle of India was, indeed, a ‘pseudo-freedom struggle of the Hindus-Brahmins’ or a ‘hoax’, if that was a struggle for freedom of the ‘Brahmins-Hindus’ in the British India Empire, at all. In fact, the Brahmins-Hindus leaders high jacked the “Sikhs’ struggle for Sovereignty, independence, going on by peaceful means, since the Sikh Raj surrendered its sovereignty on 14th March, 1849. A detailed account of the struggle is given elsewhere (Sekhon AS 2005 Authentic Voices of South Asia (ed) Usman Khalid ISBN0-9548929-0-9), one should see the peaceful demonstrations of the Sikhs and Punjabi communities of more than 500,000 under the leadership of the ‘uncrowned’ king of the Sikhs, Baba Kharak Singh (The Times published from London, 29th December, 1929). As compared to the Brahmins-Hindus under the leadership of MK Gandhi, ML Nehru son of Ghyasuddin alias Gangadhar Kaul, his son JL Nehru alias Mobark Ali, etc., which hardly attracted more than 35,000 people.   When the Brahmin-Hindu leaders like MK Gandhi, ML Nehru and his son, JL Nehru, etc., saw this procession and read about it in newspapers, they all were stunned and speechless. After a few days, these ‘Brahmin-Hindus’, the so-called the ‘Brahmin-Hindu’ leadership, approached the Sikh leader, Baba Kharak Singh, and requested him “Babaji, we need your help and support for a noble and common cause of ours against a common enemy. The ‘uncrowned’ king of the Sikhs agreed with the deceitful Hindu-Brahmin leaders, who could not attract more than 30,000 to 35,000 people at the maximum, in any of gatherings they had. What these deceitful Hindu-Brahmin leaders call their ‘freedom struggle of India, which did not begin the way the Sikhs have been carrying out theirs. Only record is the ‘revolt’ in the times of Laxmibai of Jhansi in 1857. The 1857’s struggle was for her kingdom of of Jhansi and not for India, as no ‘India’ was around at that time, with the exception of the small kingdoms of Rajputs and Mughals, of course.

Constitution of India (1950): The Sikhs’ elected representatives, Sardar Hukam Singh, Sardar Bhupinder Singh Mann and Sirdar Kapur Singh, ICS, MP, MLA and the National Professor of Sikhism (all members of parliament), ‘rejected’ repeatedly the Constitution, in its draft and final forms, in 1948, 26th November, 1949, 1950 (the day it became effective on 26th January, 1950) and 6th September, 1965. They ‘rejected’ it because of the advice received from the Sikhs’ political party, the SAD, the SGPC, all executives of the Sikhs’ religious institutions (Gurdwaras), the Sikh Students Federation and its units, the Sikh academics and the intelligentsia. The latter called the draft of constitution, a ‘Death warrant for the Sikhs’ if accepted by their representatives on behalf of the Sikh nation. The reasons were obvious that the ‘Brahmins-Hindu’ clique termed the Sikhs as ‘long-haired Hindus’ Hindus, wiping out their Sikh religion, The Sikh Identity, and Sikhs’ social, religious and political traditions and the Sikh culture constitutionally.

Before ‘rejecting’ the Indian constitution in the parliament, Sirdar Kapur Singh, M P, expressed in the house and said that “Like the curate’s egg, though it might be good in parts, it is a rotten egg. It might be edible, but only as a measure of courtesy, as it is devoid of nutritional qualities and since its putrefaction is forgone, it is really unfit for human consumption. He said that “I am convinced that it is deleterious for the Sikhs however strong their stomachs might be supposed to be, as Hon’ able Mr Tyagi hints. I oppose this bill, on behalf of my constituents and reject it on behalf of my parent party, Shiromani Akali Dal. I do so for three reasons, firstly, it is conceived in sin, secondly, it has been delivered by an incompetent and untrained midwife and thirdly, it is opposed to the best interests of the nation, as it will almost certainly lead to weakening of national integration and loss of faith in the integrity of those who exercise political power in the country.” Sirdar Kapur Singh said further that “SIKHS RESOLVE AND PROCLAIM their determination to resist, through all legitimate means, all such attempts to devalue and liquidate the Sikh people in a free India, and consequently, DEMAND that the following steps should be taken forthwith by the rulers of India to assure and enable the Sikh to live as respectable and equal citizens of the Union of India, namely, First, the Sikhs deliberately and internationally cut off and not included in the new Punjab to be set up, namely, the area of Gurdaspur District including Dalhousie, Ambala District including Chandigarh, Pinjore, Kalka and Ambala Saddar, the entire Una Tehsil of Hoshiarpur District, the areas of Nalagarh, called Desh, the Tehsil of Sirsa, the sub-Tehsils of Tobana and Guhla, and Rattia Block, of District Hissar, Shahabad block of district Karnal, and the contiguous portions of the Ganganagar District of Rajasthan must now be immediately included in the new proposed Punjab so as to bring contiguous Sikh areas into administrative unit, to be the Sikh Homeland, wherein the Union of India. And SECOND, such a new Punjab should be granted an autonomous constitutional status on the analogy of the status of Jammu and Kashmir as was envisaged in the Constitution Act of India in the year 1950.

I am coming to a close. Madam, on behalf of the Sikh people represented by the Shromani Akali Dal, I reject the entire schemata of this Bill, and oppose it. I call upon the Government to take necessary legislative measures to solve the problem of Punjab in the light of Resolution of the Shiromani Akali Dal just referred to (Betrayal of Sikhs, Appendix, “E”, 6th September, 1965. In Saachi Saakhi means True Story by Sirdar Kapur Singh; Singh G 2008 Constitution of India 1 & 2www.khalistannews.com).”

5. Unfulfilled and broken promises of the Brahmins-Hindu Leaders, as promised in the Pre- and Post-15th August, 1947, to the Sikhs of the Sikh Homeland.

6. After declaring the Sikhs as a law-less community, a menace to the law-abiding Hindus on 10th October, 1947, by an official circular, the Sikhs were made second class citizen in their own ‘robbed’ Sikh Nation, Punjab. Consequently, Sirdar Kapur Singh, ICS, a district commissioner was suspended by the Governor of Punjab, Chandu Lal Trivedi, a Brahmin. This was the first gift of the predominant Hindu India to the Sikh Nation, just 7-week following the independence of the predominantly Hindu India.

7. J L Nehru alias Mobark Ali administration had asked the intelligence to submit a report on the Sikh Homeland, Punjab, as he wanted to teach ‘a lesson’ to the Sikhs. His plan included a military operation in early 1950s in Punjab, especially on the Darbar Sahib Complex. The intelligence reportedly reminded him that Indian army’s seven out of 10 Generals were Sikhs and more than one-third strength (personnel) of armed forces was of Sikhs. If he wants to undertake a military operation in Punjab and at the Darbar Sahib Complex, it would amount for him no less than committing a ‘suicide’. Consequently, he had to abandon his plans, with great disappointment, of attacking the Sikhs militarily. However, his anti-Sikh activities were intensified in the civil as well as in armed forces.

JL Nehru [the son of Thussu alias Swaroop Rani and Mobark Ali (Motilal’s Boss), Jl Nehru was circumcised; http://krishnajnehru.blogspot.com <http://krishnajnehru.blogspot.com/> , 8th June, 2009] became the chief architect of the anti-Sikh polices in India, with the departure of the British. Anti-Sikh policies in the predominantly Hindu India were added to the broken and unfulfilled promises, injustices, and to ignore the Sikhs, as much as possible, in the Hindu-Brahmins’ states, called a secular state to demonstrate and give a message to the Sikhs for reminding them over and over of the ‘sovereign’ state in the north, where the Sikhs could feel the ‘glow of freedom’ under the Brahmins-Hindu masters. A draft of the Constitution was presented to the Sikhs’ representatives, as well as to other classes ruled under the Hindus’ caste system. They all were lumped together under one common term, the Hindus, leaving the Christians and Muslims aside.

8. The first martyrdom of a Sikh youth, Inderjit Singh, was the result of severe beating and cruelty by police and threw him alive in a well in 1960.

9. On November 10, 1955, the Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhim Sen Sachar, went to the Darbar Sahib and offered his government’s apology to the Sikhs for the desecration of Darbar Sahib premises by the state police. The law-enforcing personnel of Punjab police entered the sacred premises with their shoes on.

In his time the reorganization of the armed forces began mainly to draw up plans to harass the Sikhs in the armed forces. It was the Nehru administration in which Punjabi language suffered the most. Nehru’s Aryasamajist colleague, Gulzari Lal Nanda, Minister of Home Affairs, a Punjabi, issued orders that the ‘Hindus of Punjab’ should declare their mother tongue Hindi to replace Punjabi. For example, when the census conducting personnel went house to house in Punjab, and asking about the language spoken at home (mother tongue), the voice of a old lady, for example, was heard in Punjabi as “Ja ve Mundia Kah de  saadi jaban Hindi hai.” The old lady speaking in Punjabi was telling the boy that ‘our language is Hindi’. Since this day of census in 1960s, the Punjabi Hindu disowned their ‘mother’, the mother tongue Punjabi. Since this census, the Punjabi, indeed, became the language of the Sikhs with utmost pride.

The following quotes are sufficient to give an amply clear picture for the understanding of the readership relating to the warning of an English historian of the Sikhism, and the Associate Director of the British Intelligence, D Petri, to warn his administration in England, on the (Brahmins-Hindus) designs and virtually impossible survival of the Sikhs without the State support, following independence:

“It (Hinduism) is like the boa constrictor  of the Indian forests. When a petty enemy appears to worry it, it winds round its opponent, crushes it in its folds, and finally causes it to disappear in its capacious interior….Hinduism  has embraced Sikhism in its folds; the still comparatively young religion is making a vigorous struggle for life, but its ultimate destruction is, it is apprehended,  inevitable without  State support.”

-Max Arthur Macauliffe (1903)

Hinduism has always been hostile to Sikhism whose Gurus powerfully and successfully attacked the principle of caste which is the foundation on which the whole fabric of Brahminism has been reared. The activities of Hindus have, therefore, been constantly directed to undermining of Sikhism both by preventing the children of Sikh father from taking Pahul and reducing professed Sikhs from their allegiance to their faith. Hinduism has strangled Budhism, once a formidable rival to it and it has already made serious inroads into the domain of Sikhism.

-D. Petrie, Assistant Director, Criminal Intelligence, Government of British India (Intelligence Report of 11th August, 1911)

Below are the hollow, broken and unfulfilled promises of the ‘unelected’ Brahmins-Hindus leadership, made to the Sikhs that they should become the part of the predominantly Hindu India in post-independent Hindu India:

“… in future, the Congress shall accept no constitution which does not meet with the satisfaction of the Sikhs”     -The Lahore session of the Congress Party. December 31, 1929

“…the brave Sikhs of Punjab are entitled to special considerations.  I see nothing wrong in an area set up in the North of India wherein, the Sikhs can also experience the glow of freedom.”

-Jawahar Lal Nehru [alias son of Mobarak Ali], Lahore Bulletin, January 9, 1930

“I ask you to accept my word and the Resolution of the Congress that it will not betray a single individual much less a community.  Let God be the witness of the bond that binds me and the Congress with you (the Sikhs).  When pressed further Gandhi said that Sikhs would be justified in drawing their swords out of the scabbards as Guru Gobind Singh had asked them to, if Congress would renege on its commitment.”  -Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Young India, March 19, 1931)

The Sikhs, the rulers of the Sikh Nation, The Sikh Raj of monarch Ranjit Singh, 1799 to 14th March, 1849, the citizens of the first ‘Sovereign and Secular’ nation of South Asia, have been declared just 7-week after independence of Hindu India, as the lawless people and a menace to the law-abiding Brahmins and Hindus.

“Kya main taqat dushman (the enemy -the Sikhs) ke haath main de dun (How can I entrust power into the hands of the enemies?).” -Jawahar Lal Nehru (alias son of Mobark Ali) (1961)

“Mrs Gandhi (daughter of Kamala Kaul and Manzur Ali son of Mobark Ali,

http://krishnajnehru.blogspot.com <http://krishnajnehru.blogspot.com/> , 8th June, 2009) has admitted that she was opposed to demands for Punjabi home province, for fear of losing Hindu votes.  She was prepared to block the creation of a Punjabi-speaking province, in 1966 or ever” -Indira Gandhi alias Maimuna Begum (My India; daughter of JL Nehru; alias Mobark Ali)

“Kill the language, kill the culture and kill the literature, ultimately one succeeds in destroying a community”  -Pritam Singh Gill, M. A., 1975, Principal, Doaba College, Jalandhar

“…the individual known to common Indian masses as chacha (uncle) Nehru (son of Mobark Ali, see above), the so-called messiah of peace and secularism, was, in fact, the main architect of anti-Sikh policies and practices, in India and abroad” -Dr Harjinder Singh Dilgeer

In 1940, Dr Vir Singh Bhatti demanded the formation of Khalistan.” -Dr Vir Singh Bhatti

“In 1942, Master Tara Singh (a traitor of Sikhs, anti-Sikh, etc., according to Sardar Joginder Singh Mann in Betrayal of Sikh Nation with British Documents of Transfer of Power 1947 by Ram Singh 2009 Second Edition ISBN 978-9811360-6-6) demanded the Azad (Sovereign and Independent) Punjab.”

“You have seen the Hindus as co-slaves and you will know when they will be your masters and you (the Sikhs), their slaves”

-Janab Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Quid-e-Azam, The Father of Pakistan

“…Master Tara Singh saw me on his return from Delhi, and seemed really concerned at the approaching departure of the British.  He demanded Khalistan, with transfer of population, or a new state from Jumna to Chenab, in which the Sikhs would not be oppressed”

-Sir E. Jenkins (Governor of the Punjab), 15th April, 1946

According to Mr Campbell Johnson, on 3rd June, 1947, “Weakness lay in structure of Sikh leadership, there was lack of high command leadership. Sikh leaders were not realistic. They were not in Delhi at such a time when the fate if the Sikh-nation was going to be decided. There were hardly two or three Sikh leaders present in Delhi for the whole Sikh nation. Sikh High command did not arrive in Delhi at all (Betrayal of Sikh Nation with British Documents of Transfer of Power 1947 by Ram Singh 2009 Second Edition ISBN 978-0-9811360-6-6).

“Mulak Hindu ka, Raj Tikri ka (trio, Jawaharlal Nehru alias Mobark Ali, V. B. Patel and Chandu Lal Trivedi), Guru (the Lord) Rakha Bhai Sikhre ka” -Sirdar Kapur Singh, Indian Civil Service, National Professor of Sikhism

“Sikhs are the finest soldiers in the world because they have the best combination of mental and physical endurance” -General Atiqu-ur-Rehman, Pakistan Army

“Indira Gandhi (daughter of Kamala Kaul and Manzur Ali, initial name Indira Priyadarshni. Indira convered to Islam before her Nikah/wedding to Feroze Khan. Her (Indira) new name was Maimuna Begum, see http://krishnajnehru.blogspot.com<http://krishnajnehru.blogspot.com/> , 8th June, 2009) rewarded the Pandey brothers with Congress (I) tickets for U. P. legislative assembly elections, when they highjacked an Indian Airlines1 plane to secure her (Gandhi) release from jail in 1977.” -S. Jalandhari, 1983

“Physical death I do not fear, death of conscience is a sure death” -Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale)

“I don’t give a damn if the Golden Temple and whole of Amritsar are destroyed, I want Bhindranwale dead” -Indira Gandhi (alias Maimuna Begum) communicating with Gen. Vaidya during “Operation Blue Star”

“We have broken the back of the Sikhs and we will get them elsewhere.”-M. M. K. Wali, Indian Foreign Secretary, June 7, 1984 (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio 740, As It Happens)

“Let us teach these bastards (the Sikhs) a lesson.”-Rajiv Gandhi (circumcised according to Islamic rites; later changed his name to Roberto and married the Italian Catholic Christian, now Sonia Gandhi), October 31, 1984

“The Sikh nation declared independence on 29th April, 1986”

-Sarbat Khalsa held at the Darbar Sahib Complex

“the Sikh nation declared independence on October 7, 1987 forming the sovereign country of Khalistan.” -The Council of Khalistan, Washington, D. C.

“Freedom of  Khalistan was the only proper solution of the Sikh nation’s future.” -Brig. Gen. Ben Blaz, Member of the Congress of the United States, October 7, 1989

“Nowhere in the world has any government pursued the kind of genocidal policies against a religious minority as in India since the Second World War.” -Lt. Col. Pratap Singh, President, Khalsa Raj Party (1991)

“… a threat to the villagers that all males would be killed and their women taken to army camps to breed a new race if there was any militant activity in their village.” -Brig. R. P. Sinha, (Saffaronized) Indian Army, March 8, 1991

“You do not know the might of our armed forces.  We will eliminate 10,000 Sikh youths and the world will know nothing about it.”

-Chander Shekhar, One of the former Prime Ministers of India (CK, 21st October, 1991)

“…that the Sikhs are Sikhs just like East is East and West is West and twin shall never meet.  We have no choice but to seek our independence in a sovereign state, the Republic of Khalistan.” -Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann, President, Shromani Akali Dal, in his letter of 12th July, 1991 to the Governor of Punjab, O. P. Malhotra

“to preserve the unity of India, if we have to eradicate 2-kror (20-million) Sikhs, we will do so”

-Balram Jakhar, a former Indian Cabinet Minister and colleague of the former Indian Prime Minister, P. V. Narsimhanrao

“the world’s largest democracy is really a tyranny willing to commit any act of brutality or terrorism to maintain its corrupt occupation of Khalistan. …showing the American public that India’s claim of  being a democracy is just more disinformation.”

-Gurmit Singh Aulakh, President, Council of Khalistan (The Washington Post, April 25, 1994)

Indian democracy led by AB Vajpayee has carried out the 21st Century’s genocide of innocent Muslims in Gujarat State (February-, 2002-). The genocide in which more than 700 Muslims (unofficially more than 15,000) have been killed.

The excerpts of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Sinh (Singh) made at the United Nations session on Human Rights in Vienna, AUSTRIA, on 24th June, 1993, appear in inverted commas beow.

Many belonging to the Sikh faith as well as the propaganda of Brahmins autocracy have propagated the thought that Manmohan Singh, the only choice to his master, Madam Sonia Gandhi, and his non-Sikh, anti-Sikh party, Congress-I, is Mr Clean. Now a Sikh is a prime minister of Brahmins autocracy, or India, so what? Has any Sikh, who calls Manmohan Singh an honest and clean person examined his state-delivered address before the Human Rights Commission Delegates in Vienna, Austria, on 24th June (14 to 25th June June), 1993? The same Manmohan Singh, then Finance Minister of the PV Rao administration, said that “…he being Sikh finds no abuses of Human Rights of Sikhs much less any minorities in India.” And another person, Manmohan Singh’s colleague of Islamic faith, Shahabuddin, said the same for Muslims of India as did Manmohan Sinh for the Sikhs’ abuses of Human Rights in the Sikhs’ holy and historic Homeland, Punjab, Khalistan (under the Indian alias the Brahmins (elite) autocracy’s occupation, since 15th August, 1947). Manmohan Sinh’s statement was ‘refuted’ in the strongest possible words by the human rights and peace loving citizens (delegates) of North America and elsewhere.

Additionally and most importantly, the NDA (JL Nehru alias Mobark Ali to LB Shashtry) remained unsuccessful and highly disappointed to accomplish the Brahmin-Hindu administrations’ agenda to ‘wipe out’ the Sikhs of the Sikh Homeland, Punjab. Even after acquiring the Sikh Homeland, by ‘robbing’ the heirs of Sikh monarch Ranjit Singh, in a day light on the day of their independence on 15th August, 1947. They had contemplated that the Hindus-Brahmins will accomplish their task to wipe out the Sikh religion, its followers, the Sikh culture, Sikhs’ Holy scripture, Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikhs’ language, Punjabi script Gurmukhi, by making appropriate changes, to their advantage and satisfaction, in the Indian Constitution to be instituted following their being coming political masters of the predominantly Hindu India, i. e., the post-15th August, 1947. The predominantly Hindu-Brahmins state failed very badly to accomplish their ‘ulterior’ motives through the Constitutional process, by using the democratic procedures in the Indian Constitution 1950. The administrations met defeat as far as the wiping out the Sikhs was concerned. With their failures, there was no alternative left for them but to wage an ‘undeclared’ war against the Sikhs of the Sikh Homeland. Indira Gandhi (alias Maimuna Begum), who was the President of the Congress Party during her father’s administration, Information minister in the successive regime headed LB Shashtry, the successor of her father, and became India’s third prime minister chosen by the ‘illiterate’ three top notch stalwarts of the Congress party. This was done that being a woman, she would not go against the wishes of three ‘king makers’. As such, the male chauvinist of the Congress party agreed to her nomination for the prime minister’s post. She was obliged with their favour grant her the post of prime minister. Shortly thereafter, her eldest son ‘Sanjoy (alias Sanjiv Gandhi)’ benefited the most. His mother had to face the political problems domestically and the impact of the 20-point programme to win the forthcoming election. The programme appeared highly unpopular and diminishing Indira Gandhi’s popularity. With drop in popularity, Indira Gandhi had to face a bombshell dropped by the verdict of the Allahabad High Court, which declared her election void. She had no choice but to interfere in the judiciary of India. She used the summer recession judge of the Supreme Court to set aside the ‘verdict’ of the junior court. Right after the declaration of the Supreme Court verdict in her favour, which resulted in enormous opposition from every sphere of life, she assumed the extra-ordinary constitutional powers. She imposed ‘Emergency in the Indian state’, or which according to the democracy of western nations could be termed as the ‘autocratic rule’ and ‘suspension of civil liberties’ in India, with special powers to the law-enforcing agencies and the army, to handle any situation to control any unrest of the Indian masses (K Nayar 1978 In Jail ISBN 0 7069 0647 0).

The Sikhs, however, through their Akali Dal and the SGPC institutions, gave her an ultimatum to lift ban on the ‘Civil liberties’ immediately. Discussing with the Chiefs of the SGPC and Akali Dal, she agreed to suspend the ‘Emergency imposition’ in Punjab only, the Sikhs’ holy and historic Homeland only. The Sikh leaders’ rejected her offer out rightly. They asked her to remove her draconian laws and autocratic rule not only in Punjab, but throughout the nation also. The Sikhs’ proposal was unacceptable to her. In return, the Sikh representatives told her that a peaceful demonstration of the Sikhs, 5 in number, will start courting arrest until she ‘suspends’ her unconstitutional powers and declares general elections, to seek a fresh mandate of the people. Pending her announcement on the suspension of the civil liberties and the date of general elections, the number of the Sikhs courted arrests and went to jail was more than 50,000 (from the day the Sikhs began courting arrests until the day the ‘Emergency rule ended’). It must be noted that only the Sikhs told Indira Gandhi in no uncertain terms for the ‘suspension of the civil liberties and court arrest’. There was no such non-Sikh organization to tell her categorically that her autocratic rule is undemocratic and should be suspended (Nayar K 1977 The Judgement ISBN 0 7069 0557 1). International news media, gave her the title of the ‘Iron lady’ for her autocratic rule.  Later, Margaret Thatcher of the United Kingdom earned the same title. The Sikhs’ firm stand against her autocratic rule gave plenty of ammunition to Indira Gandhi to fulfill the dream of her father and her colleagues, the Brahmins-Baniya clique, to teach the Sikhs ‘a lesson’.

In a meeting held at her residence in early 1984, MS Iyer (Mani Shankar Iyer), to the hearing of all, mentioned that at the instance of Indira Gandhi, “he was given an unpleasant job of portraying Sikhs as terrorists.” A few days later, Iyer stated that “against his wishes he had done that job.” This was before “Operation Bluestar, the orders for which had been delivered in January 1984” -The Sikh Bulletin, October-November 2005, p. 11.

The Indian administration, before the execution of “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984, flooded the Sikh Nation with intelligence agencies, e. g., the RAW, Intelligence Bureau, Central Intelligence Department, Central Intelligence Agency, foreign intelligence advisors of the USSR, a defunct’ state (Sekhon AS 1987 Sikh Messenger ISSN 0266-9153), not only for the cover up (Kashmeri and McAndrew’ Soft Target 1989 ISBN 1-55028-221-2) of the forthcoming “Operation Bluestar”, but also to disrupt the educational, political, religious, rural and urban life of the Sikh Nation (Sekhon AS 1988 Sikh Messenger ISSN 0266-9153), along with the ‘subversive and international criminal activities of the Indian intelligence and its foreign missions.

Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa, his advisors and supporters of the Sikh Nation, knew perfectly well what the Indira Gandhi’s NDA was up to, relating to anti-Sikh and anti-Guru Khalsa Panth motives. They were, precisely, nothing but to destroy the Sikh Nation and to teach ‘a lesson’ to the Sikhs. Indira Gandhi (alias Maimuna Begum) and her administration, had no intentions to resolve the Sikhs’ problems as far as the disruption of the ‘law and order’ situation is concerned. Besides, the Akalis, the executives of the SAD, SGPC, their membership at large, including the dishonest Akali Dal leaders Prakash Singh Badal, his colleagues, traitors of the Sikh Nation had become the “joe boys” of Indira Gandhi and her NDA’S RAW. Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa, his team of advisors and supporters knew it very well that the time is being bought by the deceitful politicians not only for the destruction of the Sikh Nation, its Darbar Sahib Complex, the Supreme Seat of the Sikh Polity, The Akal Takht Sahib, and all Gurdwaras, but to destroy the Sikh Nation, Punjab also. Later, after the execution of “Operation Bluestar” of June 1984, made everything crystal clear, The calculation of Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa and his supporters (Sekhon AS 2009 www.khalistannews.com <http://www.khalistannews.com/> ) proved right.

Well before ”Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984, the Indian administration sent its intelligence personnel to foreign countries, the countries of North America, Central and South America, the Europe, Far East continents, for the ‘cover up’ of the ‘undeclared’ war on the Sikh Nation (Kashmeri and McAndrew 1989 ISBN 1-55028-221-2). Besides, the prime aim of the Indian intelligence has been to disrupt the lives of the Sikh Diaspora, their Gurdwaras (Sikhs’ Houses of Worship) in foreign countries. The Indian government paid the Sikhs (weak-hearted and more who behaves like the Hindus, or the Brahmins in ‘The Sikh Identity’), bribed them, for giving their consulates and/or intelligence agents information about the Sikhs and the Sikh psyche.

“Operation Bluestar” and its Anatomy – the Undeclared War on the Sikh Nation, Punjab

Using the Sikh generals (80%) for the forthcoming ‘undeclared’ war on the Sikh Homeland, Punjab, to teach ‘a lesson’ to the Sikhs because the Brahmins-Baniya administration did not like the Sikhs walking their head high. Now, the next or plan B was to make the Sikhs ‘terrorists’

Their plan C was to get the Sikhs anywhere, outside Punjab, as explained in an interview, by MMK Wali, Foreign Secretary of India, on 7th June, 1984, with Mrs Barbara Frum of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, when she asked him clearly what next?

The preparation of  “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984, took more than two years prior its execution (Sekhon AS Int J Sikh Affairs 10(1), 11, 2000). Its blueprints, as the author believes, had been prepared on a foreign soil, formerly known as the USSR (now a defunct and disintegrated state), and was carried out during I K Gujral’s tenure as India’s envoy to the USSR. Indian armed forces carried out their preparations in Ambala cantonment, Amber (near Jaipur, Rajasthan), Chakrata Hills in U P, and Sarsawan, Saharanpur, U P (Sikh Shahadat, June 2005, p. 13, in Punjabi). Commandos were trained, special armed forces units were employed, using the armoured corps divisions, heavy artillery units, infantry battalions, Indian Air Force’s heavy transport planes, gun-boat helicopters acquired from India’s major supplier of the military hardware, the USSR, and frogmen of the Indian Navy Services, to reach to the Darbar Sahib building after crossing the ‘sarover/the nectar tank’ in the Darbar Sahib Complex. Initially, the plan was to wage an ‘Undeclared’ war against the Sikh Nation, its Darbar Sahib Complex, including The Akal Takht Sahib (the Supreme Seat of Sikh Polity), and all gurdwarars or Houses of God, on 2nd June, 1984. The plan could not be executed as Major-General JS Jamwal refused to follow the orders of the Brahmins autocracy alias the alleged Indian democracy. A substitute had to be found. It was a stooge, Lt-Gen Kuldip Brar, a patitSikh, and his troops. It began in the morning of 3rd June, 1984 and ended in the morning hours of the 7th June, 1984. Before “Operation Bluestar” what Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale) had issued a stern warning to the NDA that “an attack on Darbar Sahib Complex (aka the Golden Temple Complex) will lay the foundation of Khalistan.” Before “Operation Bluestar” what Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa and his staunch supporters and followers had been demanding a ‘full stop on the human rights violations, abuse of civil liberties, economic, social, religious violations, desecration of the Sikhs’ religious places, for which the Government of Punjab in the mid 1950s had given its apology on behalf of his government, killing in police custody, looting by the law-enforcing agencies, restoration of justice, law and order in Punjab, etc., to which the federal administration (NDA) and Punjab’s Akalis headed by Prakash Singh (Sinh)h Badal, his colleagues and bed fellows of the Akali Dal like Gurcharan Tohra (now deceased), President, Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandhak Committee (SGPS), SGPC’s executive, membership, Harchand Longowal, President of Akali Dal, Akali Dal’s executive, membership at large, Balwant Ramoowalia, etc., and those who had been the members of Indira Gandhi’s Congress and anti-Sikh parties, had turned blind eye and deaf ears. Well before the execution of “Operation Bluestar”, the Akali Dal, SGPCs president, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), its director K N Kao, RK Dhawan, personal assistant to Indira Gandhi, had in close contacts, exchange of information for the ‘wheeling and dealing’, from the official residence of the prime minister. Prime Minister’s residence was also the office of the RAW’S operations (Chakravyuh Web of Indian Secularism 2000 Singh G ISBN 81-85815-14-3) . The operations against the Sikh Nation, Punjab and to eliminate Saint-soldier and his supporters, the peace-loving citizens of the Sikh nation, Punjab, in the author’s views can be described as the “Web of the Indian Secularism.” The unexpected popularity of Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale) since the day of 15th August, 1947 and more so since the late 1970s, became incurable headache for the dishonest establishments of the Akalis and the NDA. The Sikhs’ religious and political leader, Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa became the most popular, charismatic personality of Punjab of the 20th century, as reflected by the writings of Bibi Manju Qureshi of Punjab ( Shaheed-Bilas Sant Jarnail Singh 2001 Satsandhi Publishers, Singh G and Singh; Sekhon AS 2009 www.khalistannews.com). Saint-soldier’s reminders of the broken and unfulfilled promises made by the ‘unelected’ Brahmin-Baniya clique of the Hindus leadership in the pre-15th August, 1947 era, caused indigestion and irritation to the dishonest, power hungry and deceitful Hindus and Akalis, who wanted to maintain status quo in the Sikh Nation, Punjab, ever since a division in the British India Empire took place. The Brahmin-Hindu clique wanted to ‘swallow’ the Sikhs, like the followers of Buddhism, but the Saint-soldier left them with no option but to come for the resolution of the deteriorating ‘law and order’ problem of the Sikh Nation. Details of the unbroken promises, step-motherly treatment of the elite Hindu-Brahmin leadership of the post-15th August, 1947, i. e., the independent Hindu India are presented below for the information of the readership, ungratefulness of the Hindus-Brahmins, including their leaders, devoid of the ‘gentleman-like’ manner. The fundamentalist and militant Hindus belonging to the Hindu Maha Sabha, the mother of all evil, and its offshoots like the Jansangh, Shiv Sena, Aryasamajists, including JL Nehru (the main architect of the anti-Sikh policies in the post-15th August, 1947 period), AB Vajpayee et al. had been putting pressure on their predominantly Hindu administration to teach the Sikhs – a lesson – ever since the day of their freedom from the slavery and being ‘subservient’ of more than 1,500 years. What lesson and in what context, the Hindus/Brahmins have been planning to teach the Sikhs, ‘a lesson’?. This is, indeed, a good question, as they knew perfectly well that they deliberately robbed the Sikhs in a wide day light, on the day the British India’s masters divided their colony of more than 500 princely kingdoms, amalgamated them and gave the name of the ‘British India’, in which the Sikh Raj, of monarch Ranjit Singh, 1799 to 14th March, 1849, was not the part of the British India Empire. The British Empire “annexed” the Sikhs’ Punjab to the British Empire on 29th March, 1849. The announcement of the Sikh nation’s “annexation”, for the administration purposes only, was made by the British agent, Lord Dalhousie from Rawalpindi (now in Pakistan).

Right after receiving political power from their British masters, it appeared highly important for the ‘unelected’ Brahmin-Baniya clique that, if they have to rule, as an occupied colonial land of the Sikh Nation, the only ‘secular and sovereign’ nation of South Asia until 14th, March, 1849, they have to teach ‘a lesson’ to the Sikhs and/or to completely wipe them out, including every mean of harassment at every step of their life, including the humiliation and/or by adopting undemocratic procedures. With this policy of the one time ‘subservient’, the clique of Hindu-Brahmin started making the Sikhs to come to the realization that they are the enemy of the Brahmins-Hindus. Sikhs have to be ‘assimilated’ into the Hindus. This realization of the Brahmins has been well defined in the teachings of the founder of the Sikh religion. The predominantly Hindu India did no hesitation, whatsoever, to adopt the unwritten, well discussed policy (behind closed doors), to make the Sikhs integral part of the Hindu-Brahmins’ establishment and their constitution to be made. The Constitution which was going to define the ‘predominantly Hindu India’ as a republic and secular state of South Asia.

The Personnel of the General Staff of Armed Forces

Besides Major-Gen JS Jamal and Lt-Gen K Brar, other Sikh Generals cleverly chosen for the execution of an ‘undeclared’ war against the Sikhs holy and historic Homeland S, now called Punjab, under the occupied Punjab by the predominantly Hindu India. By and large, the Sikhs: Lt-Gen Ranjit Singh Dayal (most likely belonging to the Nirankari sect of the Sikh religion), as in-charge in general of the whole operation, Maj-Gen Shamsher Singh to look after operations in Taran Taran, Patti, Ludhiana, Ferozepore and Zeera areas, Maj-Gen Gurdial Singh to control the districts and areas of Patiala, Sangrur, Bhatinda, Ropar, Farid Kot and to lead the attack on the Gurdwara Dukhniwaran Sahib in Patiala. The Hindu generals were Lt-Gen A Vaidhya and Lt-Gen K Sunderji. Another Sikh general was TS Oberai.

The total number of the general armed staff was nine. Of these 9 generals, the 8 were the Sikh generals (nearly80%). It is clear, the Brahminical administration cleverly used the Sikh generals against the Sikhs of Punjab,.

Selection of the armed personnel for the ‘undeclared’ war:

The Border Security Forces (BSF), Central Police Reserve Police (CRPF), Punjab Armed Constabulary (PAC), ITBP, 1st Para Brigade (1st Battalion), Commandos (usually called CATS) of the 10th Guards, Selected armed units from Hyderabad and Ranchi cantonments, Indian Navy Services personnel from Bombay, Indian army’s special dog squad from Jorhat, Artillery units from the Meerut cantonment, Bihar Regiment, Kumaon regiment, Madras regiment, Garhwal regiment, special Frontier Force, 16th Cavalierly, 5th Mechanical, etc.

Post-“Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984, other brutal military operations which followed, to wipe out the Sikhs of the Sikh Nation, had been Operations Mund, Clean, Black Thunder I, II, & III, man-made floods, Woodrose, Research, Final Assault and many more like the ‘genocide of Sikh students of the Engineering College in Karnatka in the post-“Operation Bluestar of June 1984 era.

“Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984 alias the ‘undeclared’ war on the Sikh Nation, Punjab:

The ‘undeclared’ war against the Sikhs, Sikhs’ religious institutions, the Darbar Sahib Complex, including The Akal Takht Sahib, Sikh Gurdwaras and the Sikh Homeland began in the early hours of June 4th to 6th June, 1984. The war against the Sikhs made use of the armoured, infantry, artillery units, the cream of the commando force (CATS), frogmen of the Indian Navy Service, gunboat helicopters and heavy transport planes. A detailed account of the operation, although covered by every newspaper, magazine and by other transmissions in Punjab and outside India, has been presented in details elsewhere (Sikh Shahadat, June 2005). A couple of hours later, when the fire had ceased, about 13 Sikh youth, their hands tied with their turbans (Dastaars) taken into custody, asked by the their captives (army soldiers), where is your ‘Bhindriwala’, referred to Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa, and questioned them do you want your ‘Khalistan’? The Sikh youth replied with the slogan “bole So Nihal, Satshriakal”, and the soldiers killed them point blank. In burning heat of the summer month of June, many pilgrims asked for the water, but what they were given the ‘bullets’ to silent them. Further, the Sikh male, female, youth and elderly were locked up in a room, like a ‘herd of sheep’. According to reliable information, the female folks kept their infant, toddlers and children alive on their sweat, urine, etc. This is the part of the Sikhs’ history under the ‘enslavement of the Brahmins-Hindus in the post-15th August, 1947’ period, in the largest democracy of the world, so to speak.

Toll of “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984”: The Movement Against State Repression (MASR) in Punjab provided highly conservative figure of the Sikhs’ genocide since “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984 to the Council of Khalistan, Washington DC.  This had been more 250,000 killed by the armed forces of the predominantly Hindu India administrations headed by Indira Gandhi (alias Maimuna Begum), Rajiv Gandhi (circumcised in accordance with the Islamic rites) and thereafter. At the same time, Dr Gurmit Singh Aulakh, President, Council of Khalistan was told that “Dr Aulakh it is you and the Sikh Diaspora who have been exposing the Indian administration for its genocide. Otherwise, had you people kept quite on the Sikh Nation’s killings, Indian armed forces would have killed at least twice the Sikhs what you, the Sikh Diaspora, have been reporting. According to a recent publication by a former foreign service employee of the External Affairs of India, Dr Sangat Singh, a graduate of Punjab University and Sinologist, cites that the Sikhs were killed brutally and indiscriminately by Indian administrations. The number killed has been 1 to 1.2 million from 1981 to 1994. The extermination of the Sikhs in India is equivalent to ‘genocide’. The murder of Sikhs, in addition to other ethnic minorities like Christians, Dalits, Jains and Buddhists, in staged encounters, is for financial gains, to achieve promotions at ranks by armed, intelligence, paramilitary and police forces and are officially endorses, especially in Punjab where the so-called democratically government is in place with less than 7% of the total electoral votes. Dr Singh writes that more than 200,000 had been killed in Punjab from 1978 to 1990. Dr Singh’s recent compilation exposes the Indian government’s policy of the Sikhs’ annihilation and violations of their civil rights (1995 The Sikhs in History ISBN 0-9647555-0-5; Singh Itihas’ch Sikh 2002 ISBN 81-7205-283-9; Sekhon AS and Dilgeer HS 2006 ISSN 0-9695964-8-0).

Celebrations by the Brahmins-Hindus Following the Fire ceased: Hindus offered sweets and cheers when they offered sweets to the armed personnel near the Darbar Sahib Complex and in the City of Amritsar.

Removal of Dead Bodies: The dead bodies of the Indian armed personnel were carried out in the military and other means of transportation to the Amritsar Airport where the heavy Air Force transport planes were parked. Dead armed personnel bodies were airlifted to Bikaner, Jodhpur, Barmer and other places in Rajasthan for their last, according to the personnel who made the blue prints of “Operation Bluestar’. The frogmen of the Indian Navy Services were used to recover the bodies of the soldiers which had been floating in the ‘sarovar or the tank or nectar’. However, the losses of the Indian personnel exceed far beyond the calculations of the blue prints makers. According to the reliable sources, the Indian army’s casualties were more than 26,000 (Sekhon 2000 Int J Sikh Affairs Vol 10 ISSN 1481-5435). Sekhon states that to know the exact figure of army’s casualties, one has to go through the ‘discharge and/or missing’ records of the Ministry of Defence of India, for the months June- October, 1984). As far as the dead bodies of the Sikh pilgrims and other Sikhs are concerned, it is learnt that before the governmental administration could make arrangements for their removal from the premises of the Darbar Sahib Complex only, it took more than three days. Dead bodies had starting decaying, blood and flash could be seen all around the Darbar Sahib Complex. The Dalits whom the Brahmins-Hindus call them untouchables, carry the human waste/excreta on their heads, were bribed and made agreeable to the terms that whatever the belongings dead bodies had been carrying, they will be taken by these untouchables. Most of them will be supplied free armed forces liquors. The Amritsar City Corporations’ waste carrying trolleys had been arranged, dead bodies were thrown in these trolleys, limbs were seen hanging outside from them, and they were taken to unknown places, where the kerosene was used to burn the bodies of the Sikhs. This state of removing the dead bodies from the Darbar Sahib Complex continued for days. While the dead bodies were thrown into the trolleys, an infant was seen sucking the breast of the dead mother. Some armed personnel held the infant from the leg and threw against the wall. This reflects what sort of love these Hindus’ armed personnel had for the Sikhs.

Later (see below), Sardar Jaswant Singh Khalra found out from a few attendants/chowkidars’ records that in six districts of Punjab only, the records revealed that more than 50,000 bodies were burned, using some fire logs and kerosene by the Punjab police and other armed personnel of India, without informing their next of kin.

Cost of the ‘undeclared’ war on the Sikh Homeland (“Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984)

The Indira Gandhi’s administration spent more than US$1.5 billion or Rupees 4,500 crors to brand the Sikhs ‘terrorists’ in Punjab and outside Punjab, i. e., the international communities of Europe, Far East, Europe, North America, South America, etc. This was the tab Sikhs paid for their annihilation during “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984 (Sekhon AS. 2000 J Sikh Affairs 10, No. 1, ISSN 1481-5435); whereas, to bring peace in Punjab, to satisfy the Indian master of the NDA, Rupees 8,700 crors or the US$ 3.7 billion were spent under the imposed administrations of Surjit Barnala, Congress and other Akali administrations, whose strings were pulled by the Brahmins autocracy alias the alleged Indian democracy.

The total cost of the ‘undeclared’ war on the Sikh Nation, Punjab, was imposed on the Sikhs, the citizens of the Sikh Nation, Punjab. In the author’s opinion, the total tab of the ‘undeclared’ war may be equated to the ‘jazia’ tax per head during the Mughal Empire.

The first interview of the Foreign Secretary of India, a right hand man of Indira Gandhi, to a Canadian interviewer:

“We have broken the back of the Sikhs in Punjab and now, in the next few phases, we will get them (the Sikhs) elsewhere, that is, the Sikhs living outside India” –MMK Wali, India’s Foreign Secretary, 7th June, 1984, interview with Mrs Barbara Frum (now deceased), Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, AS IT HAPPENS 18:30 – 1900 Hrs Radio 740

According to Inderjit Singh (1984 Sikh Messenger ISBN 0266-9153) “The massacre of the Golden Temple has totally changed Sikh attitude. Most Sikhs now believe that there is no future for them in the Indian Union of today. Indira Gandhi’s tanks and machine guns have destroyed far more than a major historic shrine of the Sikhs’, they have also destroyed the humbug of ‘the nonviolent creed of the Congress’, which Mahatama Gandhi, in a remarkable speech on 19 March, 1931, said ‘was the best guarantee of the Sikhs’ security in a free but Hindu dominated India’. Today’s Indian Constitution, supposedly framed on democratic and secular lines, has been shown to be hollow sham, a license for persecution and repression in the name of Indian unity; a unity based on total coercion.”

Sardar Inderjit Singh, following his comments (above), questioned “what hope then for the future?” The answer of his question may be given by the ‘genocide of Muslims, Assamese and other non-Brahmins and non-Hindus by the armed forces of the Brahmins autocracy alias the alleged Indian democracy in the post-“Operation Bluestar” era; including rape, humiliation and dehumanization of the female folks. It would be suffice to sate the raping of even pregnant Muslim women following slashing their stomachs and mutilation of the sexual parts in Gujarat State in 2002, when more than 15,000 Muslims  (unofficial figure) were killed in the NDA-blessed and Narender Modi’s administration blessed pogroms in the State of Gujarat. More recently, the Indian armed personnel tortured the Muslims of Hyderabad, according to the Human Rights Watch agency, www.wichaar.com <http://www.wichaar.com/>  ). It should be mentioned regarding a groups of the ‘naked women’ who demonstrated before the Indian Army Headquarters in Assam, the case discussed at the U N Sub-commission’s Briefing Session under the auspices of the International Interfaith and at the Briefing Session of the 9th Session of the U N Human Rights Council, Geneva, Switzerland. Sardar Inderjit Singh’s question will be answered partially here that like the Sikhs of the Sikh Nation, Punjab, Assam and 7-sister of Punjab, and the people of the Internationally Disputed Areas of Jammu and Kashmir, there have been at least 15 more ‘Liberation movements’ have been going on, in India since the British Empire’s agent handed over the political power to the ‘unelected’ Brahmin-Baniya clique, on the platter. As such, all the non-Brahmin and non-Hindu people have no future whatsoever under the ‘Brahminical Slavery’. In fact, these people, on 15th August, 1947, traded as slaves from the British Empire to the ruthless and devoid of humanity and human ethics people, the Brahmins-Baniya clique. The question here, further to the question of Sardar Inderjit Singh, is why these non-Brahmin and non-Hindu nationalities have to the ‘Slaves of the Brahmin-Baniya clique? These non-Brahmin and non-Hindu nationalities must have every right to be ‘Sovereign and independent’, to ‘Break Chains of the Slavery’ since 15th August, 1947.

* Toll of “Operation Bluestar” 1984 and thereafter

Bhai Gurbhej Singh: Bhai Gurbhej Singh aka Bhai ‘Bheja’ of the Jalandhar dictrict of the Sikh Nation, Punjab, a young man in his mid 20s, loved by his village folks, was captured, tortured by the ‘peace doves’ alias the armed personnel of Punjab, and then thrown in the deep pan of boiling water, where he attained martyrdom. His martyrdom may be equated with the Sikhs of the 16th century. It should be worth writing that until he was capture by the police personnel, his village folks and of the nearby village highly secure from the police activities.

Era of Fake Encounter Killings 1980s: This was the time when the armed personnel under the directions of SD Sharma, SS Ray (the agent of the NDA in Punjab), the Directors-General of police, like Reibero, KPS Gill, Sarbjit Virk and their sub-ordinates like Sumedh Saini, Ajit Sandhu (supposedly committed suicide, but living in Canada under some other identity, www.rozanaspokesman.com 2008) following the killing of the human rights activist, Jaswant Singh Khalra of the Badal Akali Dal, to cite only a few.

The United Nations Human Rights Committee has called the situation in Punjab “disturbing” and “completely unacceptable.” Asia Watch, in its 138-page report , “Punjab in Crisis”, states” “Security forces have engaged in widespread torture and summary execution of Sikhs.” Asia Watch charges that human rights abuses by the security forces are part of deliberate government policy of repression. Nowhere in the world since the Second World War has any government pursued the kind of genocidal policies against a religious minority as in India (Sekhon AS and Dillgeer HS 2006 ISBN 0-9695964-8-0).

What made the predominantly Hindu India government to resort to an ‘undeclared’ war, in the form of a brutal military “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984, on the Sikhs of Punjab, their Holy and historic Homeland Punjab. The prime aim was to ‘eliminate the Sikhs’ from the world map, especially from their historic and holy land of Punjab. As long as a single Sikh is alive, he will be regarded a threat to the Hindu-Brahmin administration.  A threat to the Hindus-Brahmin people (only 15% of the total population of more than 1.2 billion hungry mouths) will prevail to the largest democracy of the world. The country in which no one is safe and would be safe as the Brahmin is the prime enemy of not only the Sikhs but also of the other non-Hindu people. The Hindus, merely 10-12 % of the total population are the blind followers of the Brahmins. Continuing the same policy of his predecessor, Shastri appointed a Parliamentary Committee in October 1965 under the chair of Sardar Hukam Singh, to address the issue of Sikhs, the Punjabi Suba, writes Sardar Hukam Singh. According to him, the intention of the government was to use him against his own people, the Sikhs, to secure an adverse report and then reject the demand, even after 18 long years of deliberate, frustrating delays. When Sardar Hukam Singh’s report was nearly ready, Mrs Gandhi, a member of Shastri’s cabinet, went to Mr Y B Chavan and said she had heard that Sardar Hukam Singh was going to give a report in favour of Punjabi Suba, and that he should be stopped…L B Shastri continued the policy of JL Nehru, and dead against the demand of Punjabi Suba, as was Nehru. Sardar Hukam Singh writes further that Mrs Gandhi, GL Nanda and Shastri wanted to stop me from making my report signed  Sardar Pratap Singh in the ‘Biography of Sardar Hukam Singh (Singh 1991). Singh writes further that the Indian politics is the “Politics of Violence and State Repression.”  Operations “Bluestar” and “Woodrose” were massive acts of state terrorism, with the sole purpose of ‘reducing the Sikhs to servility, on the pretext of Indira Gandhi’s assassination, following “Operation Bluestar” of June 1984, was an even bigger exercise in state brutality (Singh 1981).

In the period before “Operation Bluestar” commenced, the Indian administration and its law-enforcing, intelligence agencies and the propaganda mechanics tried their best to defame an honest, selfless, loyal and committed person, Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale), the political and religious leader of Punjab. The propaganda mechanics called him a man planted by the Congress to distract the millions of Sikhs and non-Sikh followers of Punjab, and an illiterate person, to distract the citizens of Punjab, from the ‘Justice and Law disintegrating’ situation of Punjab. The problem created deliberately by the men of Indira Gandhi and the ‘Hindu-Brahmin’ clique. The citizens were badly tired from the breakdown of ‘Law and Order’ and the administration. On the other hand, the country where the constitutional rights have not only been denied, but taken away deliberately from the Sikhs, because of the intolerance by the Hindu-Baniya clique. Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his staunch advisors’ leadership posed a never ending problem for the Punjab and Indian administration. All the above qualities of sincerity and others  made him the tallest leader of the Sikhs. His selfless pursuit brought hundreds of thousands youth of Punjab in his fold, wholly committed to the cause Saint-soldier so convincingly espoused.  They would sacrifice their all, life and liberty, without question. A remarkable feature was, although he was brutally murdered on 5-6th June, 1984, during “Operation Bluestar”, tens of thousands of the Sikh youth are even now carrying his mission. The Indian administration and its armed personnel killed hundreds of thousands of them. Many more have been incarcerated for years without trial. There seems to be unending stream of dedicated young Sikhs enthusiastically joining the freedom struggle and movement even under the ‘Tight Control’ of the Punjab by the Punjab and the New Delhi administrations. The legacy of Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale) is forever for the Sikhs.

The Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale) often said, “I do not ask for Khalistan but if the government throws it in my lap, I shall take it without hesitation.” The foundation of Khalistan will be laid the day Indian Army attacks the Golden Temple (the Darbar Sahib Complex).” Interestingly, the government did exactly that (Singh 1891). Additionally, the government’s persistent, 1981-84, against the Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa was that he advocated disintegration of the country by demanding an independent State Homeland. This lie of the government and its agencies need to be nailed once and for all by quoting the Saint-soldier in his own words (given above) and said “he wants to live in India as part of India, but want equal rights as citizens of India. We do not want to be treated as second class citizens whose movements can be stopped from Punjab to Delhi by any Bhajan Lal on the way and who could be humiliated and harassed by the Hindus-Brahmins, on the way to Delhi as it happened during the Asiad in 1982. If we can be killed at the sweet will of Hindus-Brahmins, as it happened in Churu, Rajasthan; if our Holy Scripture, Guru Granth Sahib, can be burnt by the miscreants Hindus-Brahmins, as it happened in Haryana in February, 1984; if our hair could be cut, property looted and our women insulted as it happened in February and March, 1984 in Haryana, then we would not like to be with you. If you treat us as your equal brothers and give us equal rights and opportunities then we would like to stay with you. We do not want Khalistan but it is for you to decide whether you want us in India. If you want to treat us as a second class citizens, harass, humiliate and discriminate against us, then we would have an independent state of our own where we can exist with dignity and honour as we had been the first ‘Sovereign and Secular state of South Asia, under a Sikh monarch Ranjit Singh, 1799 to 14th March, 1849’ (Singh 1981).

The “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984

After effective psychological military build up in Punjab which took over a year, after the preparation of infrastructure and preparation for the military movement, Indira Gandhi was ready for an all out ‘undeclared’ war, in the name of “Operation Bluestar”, a code named brutal invasion of Punjab, the Sikhs’ Holy and historic Homeland, early 1984:” “In early 1984, MS Iyer (Mani Shankar Iyer), to the hearing of all, mentioned that at the instance of Indira Gandhi, “he was given an unpleasant job of portraying Sikhs as terrorists.” A few days later, Iyer stated that “against his wishes he had done that job.” This was before “Operation Bluestar”, the orders for which had been delivered in January 1984” -The Sikh Bulletin, October-November 2005, p. 11.”  On 27th May, 1984, she directed the Chief of Army Staff to ‘execute’ “Bluestar” which had been planned and rehearsed many months preceding the D-Day (First day of launching the attack (Singh 1981).

A balanced force of some 20,000 personnel moved from Meerut, U P. According to Singh (1981), after sealing the border with Pakistan, just in case; in fact, the propaganda thrust was that if offensive was not launched during the first week of June, Saint-soldier Bhindranwale would have declared “Khalistan” and Pakistan Army would have attacked and conquered Amritsar and most of Punjab! In all 10 divisions plus were deployed in the Punjab – a force larger than that used during the three Indo-Pak wars (Singh 1981). According to Singh (!981), after due research, this to be true. Saint-soldier’s recorded interview, his only objective was to defend the Golden Temple as best as he could against such heavy odds that no defender ever had to face in the annals of military history.

One of the officers said, ‘Boy what a fight they gave us. If I had three Divisions like that I would fuck the hell out of Zia (the President of Pakistan) any day’. Another…., ‘I have seen a lot of action, but I can tell you I have never seen anything like this. Those extremists were pretty committed. They took a lot of beating from us. They should have realized that they could not win against the army. If one weapon failed we brought another. What that failed we brought another.’ A third put it more succinctly. The bloody fellows would not let us in’ (Singh 1984).

Of the 13 tanks used by the Army inside Golden Tank, Complex on the night 5/6 June, seven tanks moved into Parikarama from the Eastern gate and were deployed for attack on the Akal Takht. One of them was destroyed by a young boy of 16 years who tied explosive around his body and jumped under the moving tank.

What made the predominantly Hindu India government to resort to an ‘undeclared’ war, in the form of a brutal military “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984, on the Sikhs of Punjab, their Holy and historic Homeland Punjab. The prime aim was to ‘eliminate the Sikhs’ from the world map, especially from their historic and holy land of Punjab. As long as a single Sikh is alive, he will be regarded a threat to the Hindu-Brahmin administration.  A threat to the Hindus-Brahmin people (only 15% of the total population of more than 1.2 billion hungry mouths) will prevail to the largest democracy of the world. The country in which no one is safe and would be safe as the Brahmin is the prime enemy of not only the Sikhs but also of the other non-Hindu people. The Hindus, merely 10-12 % of the total population are the blind followers of the Brahmins. Continuing the same policy of his predecessor, Shastri appointed a Parliamentary Committee in October 1965 under the chair of Sardar Hukam Singh, to address the issue of Sikhs, the Punjabi Suba, writes Sardar Hukam Singh. According to him, the intention of the government was to use him against his own people, the Sikhs, to secure an adverse report and then reject the demand, even after 18 long years of deliberate, frustrating delays. When Sardar Hukam Singh’s report was nearly ready, Mrs Gandhi, a member of Shastri’s cabinet, went to Mr Y B Chavan and said she had heard that Sardar Hukam Singh was going to give a report in favour of Punjabi Suba, and that he should be stopped…L B Shastri continued the policy of JL Nehru, and dead against the demand of Punjabi Suba, as was Nehru. Sardar Hukam Singh writes further that Mrs Gandhi, GL Nanda and Shastri wanted to stop me from making my report signed  Sardar Pratap Singh in the ‘Biography of Sardar Hukam Singh (Singh 1991). Singh writes further that the Indian politics is the “Politics of Violence and State Repression.”  Operations “Bluestar” and “Woodrose” were massive acts of state terrorism, with the sole purpose of ‘reducing the Sikhs to servility, on the pretext of Indira Gandhi’s assassination, following “Operation Bluestar” of June 1984, was an even bigger exercise in state brutality (Singh 1981).

In the period before “Operation Bluestar” commenced, the Indian administration and its law-enforcing, intelligence agencies and the propaganda mechanics tried their best to defame an honest, selfless, loyal and committed person, Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale), the political and religious leader of Punjab. The propaganda mechanics called him a man planted by the Congress to distract the millions of Sikhs and non-Sikh followers of Punjab, and an illiterate person, to distract the citizens of Punjab, from the ‘Justice and Law disintegrating’ situation of Punjab. The problem created deliberately by the men of Indira Gandhi and the ‘Hindu-Brahmin’ clique. The citizens were badly tired from the breakdown of ‘Law and Order’ and the administration. On the other hand, the country where the constitutional rights have not only been denied, but taken away deliberately from the Sikhs, because of the intolerance by the Hindu-Baniya clique. Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his staunch advisors’ leadership posed a never ending problem for the Punjab and Indian administration. All the above qualities of sincerity and others  made him the tallest leader of the Sikhs. His selfless pursuit brought hundreds of thousands youth of Punjab in his fold, wholly committed to the cause Saint-soldier so convincingly espoused.  They would sacrifice their all, life and liberty, without question. A remarkable feature was, although he was brutally murdered on 5-6th June, 1984, during “Operation Bluestar”, tens of thousands of the Sikh youth are even now carrying his mission. The Indian administration and its armed personnel killed hundreds of thousands of them. Many more have been incarcerated for years without trial. There seems to be unending stream of dedicated young Sikhs enthusiastically joining the freedom struggle and movement even under the ‘Tight Control’ of the Punjab by the Punjab and the New Delhi administrations. The legacy of Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale) is forever for the Sikhs.

The Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwale) often said, “I do not ask for Khalistan but if the government throws it in my lap, I shall take it without hesitation.” The foundation of Khalistan will be laid the day Indian Army attacks the Golden Temple (the Darbar Sahib Complex).” Interestingly, the government did exactly that (Singh 1891). Additionally, the government’s persistent, 1981-84, against the Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa was that he advocated disintegration of the country by demanding an independent State Homeland. This lie of the government and its agencies need to be nailed once and for all by quoting the Saint-soldier in his own words (given above) and said “he wants to live in India as part of India, but want equal rights as citizens of India. We do not want to be treated as second class citizens whose movements can be stopped from Punjab to Delhi by any Bhajan Lal on the way and who could be humiliated and harassed by the Hindus-Brahmins, on the way to Delhi as it happened during the Asiad in 1982. If we can be killed at the sweet will of Hindus-Brahmins, as it happened in Churu, Rajasthan; if our Holy Scripture, Guru Granth Sahib, can be burnt by the miscreants Hindus-Brahmins, as it happened in Haryana in February, 1984; if our hair could be cut, property looted and our women insulted as it happened in February and March, 1984 in Haryana, then we would not like to be with you. If you treat us as your equal brothers and give us equal rights and opportunities then we would like to stay with you. We do not want Khalistan but it is for you to decide whether you want us in India. If you want to treat us as a second class citizens, harass, humiliate and discriminate against us, then we would have an independent state of our own where we can exist with dignity and honour as we had been the first ‘Sovereign and Secular state of South Asia, under a Sikh monarch Ranjit Singh, 1799 to 14th March, 1849’ (Singh 1981).

The “Operation Bluestar” of June, 1984

After effective psychological military build up in Punjab which took over a year, after the preparation of infrastructure and preparation for the military movement, Indira Gandhi was ready for an all out ‘undeclared’ war, in the name of “Operation Bluestar”, a code named brutal invasion of Punjab, the Sikhs’ Holy and historic Homeland, early 1984:” “In early 1984, MS Iyer (Mani Shankar Iyer), to the hearing of all, mentioned that at the instance of Indira Gandhi, “he was given an unpleasant job of portraying Sikhs as terrorists.” A few days later, Iyer stated that “against his wishes he had done that job.” This was before “Operation Bluestar”, the orders for which had been delivered in January 1984” -The Sikh Bulletin, October-November 2005, p. 11.”  On 27th May, 1984, she directed the Chief of Army Staff to ‘execute’ “Bluestar” which had been planned and rehearsed many months preceding the D-Day (First day of launching the attack (Singh 1981).

A balanced force of some 20,000 personnel moved from Meerut, U P. According to Singh (1981), after sealing the border with Pakistan, just in case; in fact, the propaganda thrust was that if offensive was not launched during the first week of June, Saint-soldier Bhindranwale would have declared “Khalistan” and Pakistan Army would have attacked and conquered Amritsar and most of Punjab! In all 10 divisions plus were deployed in the Punjab – a force larger than that used during the three Indo-Pak wars (Singh 1981). According to Singh (!981), after due research, this to be true. Saint-soldier’s recorded interview, his only objective was to defend the Golden Temple as best as he could against such heavy odds that no defender ever had to face in the annals of military history.

One of the officers said, ‘Boy what a fight they gave us. If I had three Divisions like that I would fuck the hell out of Zia (the President of Pakistan) any day’. Another…., ‘I have seen a lot of action, but I can tell you I have never seen anything like this. Those extremists were pretty committed. They took a lot of beating from us. They should have realized that they could not win against the army. If one weapon failed we brought another. What that failed we brought another.’ A third put it more succinctly. The bloody fellows would not let us in’ (Singh 1984).

Of the 13 tanks used by the Army inside Golden Tank, Complex on the night 5/6 June, seven tanks moved into Parikarama from the Eastern gate and were deployed for attack on the Akal Takht. One of them was destroyed by a young boy of 16 years who tied explosive around his body and jumped under the moving tank.

Singh Pratap 1981. Khalistan The only solution The Bleeding Punjab US Edition (please see below

‘ADDENDUM’, please see page 57).

Brigadier RP Sinha said on March 8, 1991 that “… a threat to the villagers that all males would be killed and their women taken to army camps to breed to a new race if there was any militant activity in their village” in Khalistan.

* Bibi Manjit Kaur Dakha (1992): Manjit Kaur Dakha’s husband sought political asylum in the United States after being tortured by the Indian armed personnel. Mrs. Dakha, her father, and her 6-mo-old daughter (Bhaghel Kaur) were tortured mercilessly, given repeated death threats, and her child was made to sit on a colony of ants by the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). The daughter (Mrs Dakha) and her father were made to beat each other with clubs.

Bhai Sukhvinder Singh ‘Gora’ Pappu, Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, Bhai Daljit Singh, Tarsem Singh Sidhwan, Bhai Navroop Singh (politics…) and many more have been rotting in Indian jails, because they have been fighting against the ‘Brahminical enslavement’ (Laklaar 2008),

* False Cases

*Role of the ‘Dastaardhari/turbaned Hindus in ‘The Sikh Identity’:

On June 8th, 1993, Dr Sekhon wrote to P. V. Rao, Chairman, Council of Ministers, the NDA and asked to explain his role in “Operation Bluestar” of 4th June, 1984, and other Sikh matters. The Sikhs throughout the world have just commemorated the 11th anniversary of “Operation Bluestar” and there remain unanswered questions on the Indian government’s brutal and undeclared war on the Darbar Sahib Complex, almost every Gurdwara in Punjab, Khalistan (under the illegal occupation of the Indian armed and intelligence agencies). Please provide answers as to your own role in the undeclared war on the Sikh nation in particular and in the destruction of Air India flight 182, which originated from our Canadian airport. Your responses are sought as you were the Home minister or Minister of the Interior in the Indira Gandhi cabinet.  The questions are as follows:

1. As a responsible minister why did you become part of the decision making team to destroy the Sikhs in June 1984 and subsequently participate in slandering the Sikhs in foreign countries?

2. Did you oppose Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Chandershekhar, V. P. Sinh and other sycophants of the Indian cabinet to prevent the brutal attack on the Sikhs?

3. Did you not have the information that Indian armed forces’ commando units have been rehearsing the attack on the Sikh nation and its sacred Darbar Sahib Complex in Chakrata, Amber (Amer), and Ambala cities of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana provinces?

4. Did you find Saint-soldier (Sant) Jarnail Singh Khalsa (Bhindranwala), Bhai Subheg Singh, Bhai Amrik Singh and his followers coming out of the Darbar Sahib Complex, subsequently crossing the boundaries of Sri Amritsar, Punjab, entering Haryana and Delhi, and launching an attack on the Indian parliament or nation?

5. Who mobilized, Mr Narsimhanrao, the Indian army, navy, air force units, para-military, and intelligence agencies including Russian KGB advisors to Punjab, thus encapsulating the Sikh nation and suspending all means of transportation and communication? Was it not the Government of India and specifically the Home Minister, who are responsible for the holocaust of Sikhs in 1984 and later?

6. Did the Indian armed forces not attack the Darbar Sahib Complex and Punjab, using tanks, gun-boat helicopters, heavy artillery batteries, and infantry?

7. A saint-soldier will always defend the honour of women, his nation, heritage and the sanctity of his nation’s holy shrines.  This was the role of Saint-soldier Jarnail Singh Khalsa, Bhai Subheg Singh, Bhai Amrik Singh Khalsa and their followers before they were martyred in June, 1984.

8. Did the Indian armed forces not kill more than 30,000 Sikh infants, children, youths and elderly male and female folks, who had come to Darbar Sahib Complex and other gurdwaras to celebrate the martyrdom of the fifth Nanak, Guru Arjan Sahib ji?

9. Did the Indian armed forces not kill helpless, unarmed Sikh youths at point-blank range on or shortly after 6th June, 1984?

10. Was the Indian government not party to the murder of Air India flight 182 on June 23, 1985?

11. Did the Indian army not burn the Sikh Reference Library housing the hand-written scripts of the Sikh Gurus? Did the Indian army not burn and disrespect Guru Granth Sahib throughout the Sikh nation in Punjab, Khalistan?

12. Did the Indian army not burn the supplies of Langar or community kitchen, which feeds all people irrespective of their creed, colour, race and religion?

13. Did the Indian government not participate in a hotel in Italy (Kilgour D 1994 Betrayal The Spy Canada Abandoned ISBN 0-13-325697-9, Prentice Hall Canada, Inc., Scarborough), the birthplace of Mrs Rajiv Gandhi along with several other people and a KGB trained intelligence agent?

14. After becoming Chairman of the Council of Ministers, please explain why many Sikhs, Muslims, Christians and Dalits have been killed in fake encounters, and in Brahmin terrorism against minorities.

15. How many intelligence personnel have you sent, belonging to the Research and Analysis Wing and other agencies to foreign countries where Sikhs reside?

16. Mr Narsimharao, the rulers of the Sikh Raj did not surrender power to any Brahmin nor any Hindu traitor. As such, Hindu India’s rule merely implies the forcible occupation and division of the Sikhs’ homeland (Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh) by the mindless Hindu politicians who believe in the Chankya doctrine. Remember that no Sikh leader has given consent to the Indian constitution.  Therefore, the Indian invaders must vacate Khalistan.

17. What is the accountability of Rupees 4,500 cror or US $1.5 billion which Punjab’s administrators like Reibero, S. S. Ray (Butcher of Bengal and Punjab; presently the Chief of Indian Embassy in the United States), Surender Nath, K. P. Gill and Beant Singh (merely elected by 8% of total electoral votes) have spent with your blessing to terrorize the citizens of Punjab, Khalistan?

If you are a conscious leader of your predominantly Hindu India, respond to the questions raised above and explain your role in the Sikhs’ holocaust. NOTE: No reply was received.

The author again wrote on 17th June, 1993, to PV Rao, Chief, Council of Minsters, the NAD, to get answers from him, which included mainly ‘Air India Flight 182, June 1985 and other pertinent matters, the ‘undeclared’ war on the Sikh Nation in June, 1984. It highly regrettable that Rao did not care to acknowledge the letter, leaving a systematic relating to the Air India Flight 182, mid air explosion and other questions:

Mr Narsimhanrao,

RE: AIR INDIA FLIGHT 182 – 22nd JUNE, 1985

Once again, the time has come when your morally and ethically devoid foreign diplomatic machinery, and alleged ambassadors of India and your administration, will be stepping up their hate campaign against the Sikhs under the disguise of the 8th anniversary of the illfated Air India flight 182 that took off from the pious land of Canada.  Although the politically dominated Indian judiciary system has been serving its New Delhi masters well, delivering the judgement in New Delhi’s favour by holding the Sikhs responsible for AI 182, no other court has yet concluded that the Sikhs have been responsible for the mishap that happened off the coast of Ireland. You, as home minister in mid 1980s, along with the Indian administration, have been engaged in using your propaganda machinery (news papers, Indian television or doordarshan, sending cultural and sports teams and journalists like Jagjit Singh Anand abroad, academics who speaks the language of Brahmins, or high class bigots, slander Sikh gurus and their teachings) to slander, persecute, terrorize and torture the Sikhs since “Operation Blue Star” of June, 1984.  However, Indian administrations including your own, have shed no light on the state run airline system.  In foreign news media, Indian Airlines flights are aptly referred to as “flying coffins”, especially when one considers what has happened during the airline’s operation in the first six months of 1993.  I was wondering if you or your board of enquiries have as yet decided which group you wish to link these unfortunate events with, the Sikhs or Muslims?

I am particularly interested to know, assuming you would care to answer this letter, whether the incident that took place in the late 1970s at the Bombay airport for a scheduled Air India flight to a middle east country, in which then prime minister Indira Gandhi was travelling, was also caused by the Sikhs or by some disgruntled Air India employee(s). According to the findings of a one man commission, conducted by a judge of Maharashtra High Court, the first aircraft (upon which boarding had taken place and Indira Gandhi and her entourage were on board) did not start despite an Air India maintenance crew’s 3 hours struggle to fix the problem.  After this struggle, a second aircraft was towed in, passengers, baggage and cargo was reloaded, but the second aircraft did not start.  A third aircraft was brought in and the scheduled flight took off to its destination after the delay of several hours. The findings, as I recall, of the commission were that in the first craft electrical wires were found cut and the second aircraft had more water [in] the aviation fuel.  Did the enquiry commission conclude that the Sikhs were responsible, under Indian norms, for the electrical wires and high water ratio in the aviation fuel, or did some disgruntled maintenance employee(s) want to play with the lives of innocent but non-political passengers or was it because Indira (a corrupt, morally and ethically bankrupt person) happened to be one of the politicians on board, who had no regard for the Indian masses.

Since the late 1970s and particularly since June 1984, what argument or explanation can you advance for the Air India 182 disaster not being a creation of Rajiv Gandhi, his administration (of which you were a member) and Indian Research and Analysis Wing, the latter which is believed to be responsible to only the prime minister.  Indicators clearly point out that it was done to slander the Sikhs, destroy their integrity in the eyes of their fellow countrymen, and make them a criminal tribe as done before by bigots like Nehru, Patel, Trivedi, Govalkar, Pant, Charan Singh, V. P. Sinh, Chandrashekhar, and Balram Jhakhar, who said that “to preserve the unity of India, if we have to eradicate 2-kror or 20 millions Sikhs, we will do so”, according to Sardar Amarjit Singh Khalsa, Spokesperson, Panthic Committee.  Such defamation is aided by the Sikh quislings Pratap Singh Kairon, Giani Kartar Singh, Kuldip Brar, K. P. Gill, Beant (Singh) Sinh, Surjit Barnala, Harchand Singh Longowal, Darshan Singh Ragi, Umrao Singh, Rajinder Singh Sparrow (Grewal), Zail Sinh, Giani Kirpal Singh, Inspector-General (Prisons) Katoch, Khushwant Singh, Patwant Singh, Jagjit Singh Arora (who justified the Operation Black Thunder) and many non-Sikhs like J. F. Reibero, Gen. Vaidhya, H. K. L. Bhagat, and army officer Ishrar Khan, to name a few.

Bhai Gurdev Singh Kaunke, the former Mukh-Sewadar, Akal Takht Sahib, was abducted by the Hindu India’s police personnel on 20th December, 1993, from his village in Punjab. Bhai Jasbir Singh Rode, also one of the former Mukh-Sewadar of Akal Takht Sahib, Advocate Balbir Singh Sooch and former police officer Darshan Singh, along with several other witnesses, testified in the enquiry of Bhai Kaunke’s abduction. Police officer Darshan Singh said that Senior Superintendent of Police Swarn Ghotna, Deputy Superintendent of Police Harbhagwan Singh Sodhi and an Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police Chanan Singh tortured Bhai Gurdev Singh Kaunke, at a CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) centre and other places, before dumping his body in a canal on 3rd January, 1994.

Academic analyses of the books on “Operation Bluestar” were made by Sekhon and Sandhar. The titles analyzed were the Indian government’s White Paper, Oppression in Punjab, Who Are the Guilty? The Siege of the Punjab, Tragedy of Punjab, The Punjab Story, Amritsar: The last battle of Indira Gandhi, Punjab: The Fatal Miscalculation, Internal and External Threats to Sikhism, Unholy Terror, Blue Star Operation, Punjab Under Siege, India Commits Suicide, India: Million Mutinies, India: The Siege Within, Diary De Panne (Punjabi), Khalistan Di Twarikh (Punjabi), Ki Khalistan Banega (Punjabi)?, Dooja Jafarnaama, Dahishatgardi Dian Jarhan Kithe (Punjabi), Khalistan Maazi Ka Khawab Mustakil Ki Haqiqatby Tarriq Ismail Sagar, and Bharat Wich Qaumi Tahriq by Mohammed Jahangir Tamimi. Unholy Terror is the most un-academic work regarding Sikhs and Blue Star Operation by K. Brar. The reviewers perceive that the book has been written under the directions of the Research and Analysis Wing’s assigned writer(s), for K. Brar (The Sikhs: Past and Present 4, 22-26, 1994).

Foreign Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi July 21, 1994, SECRET IMMEDIATE, No. 110109-FS/94, Dr L. M. Singhvi, High Commissioner of India, India House, ALDWYCH, LONDON WC2 4NA. My Dear Mr Singhvi, Govt. of India has sent Prof. Manjit Singh Acting Jathedar of Shri Akal Takhat Sahib Amritsar; the highest Sanct Place of Sikhs, with a special Mission to USA, UK, Canada. We have completed all the official formalities for his departure. As you are already aware that UK has maximum number of supporters of Sikh Militants who are spreading disturbance in Northern India for a long time. Prof Manjit Singh has a special place in the hearts of Sikh Militants. And he has agreed to help us in carrying out this mission. Research and analysis wing (RAW)’s senior officials had a detailed meeting with jathedar Manjit Singh of Kes garh. Those who arranged the meeting settled to pay Rs 1.5 crore which has been paid to him in Foreign currency. Our Mission is only to maintain integrity and unity of the country to save from Divisive Elements. Manjit Singh is an eminent scholar of Sikhism. He can take out future plans of the militants as well influence them to comeback in the main stream. You kindly help us by providing top secret security on Prof. Manjit Singh kindly maintain the secrecy. Also watch Prof. Manjit Singh’s movement and convey the needful information everyday to New Delhi Control Room. I hope you will carry out this Mission in as a top secret manner. With best wishes. Yours sincerely, Signed (K. Srinivasan). [Source: The Sikhs: Past and Present 1994, 4(2), 40].

According to an Indian newspaper, The Hitavada, the Union Government made available Rupees 4,500 crore (US $1.5 billion) to the Punjab Governor, Surendra Nath (killed in a helicopter crash), to prop up terrorism in Punjab and Kashmir (1984-1994).  Under this state-sponsored terrorism, the Hindu Indian democracy committed terrorist acts against innocent people, family members of Punjab police, teachers, doctors, engineers, news media personnel and public personalities, in an effort to label Sikhs as terrorists and justify its occupation of Punjab, Khalistan (Dr Aulakh’s letter of 3rd Feb, 1995 to the Indian Prime Minister).

1995*

1st April: The New Delhi administration sent 11 Sikh Regiments of the Indian Army to oppress and persecute the Kashmiri Musalmaans. This is in accordance with the Brahmin, Manu, Chankya and Shankracharya doctrines to use one minority against another to keep their administration secure.

22nd April: Dr H. S. Sandhar, the then President, WSO (Edmonton Chapter), wrote to the Indian Prime Minister, P. V. Narsimhan Rao. On the 9th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of Khalisthan, Dr Sandhar asked Rao since the Constitution of India enshrines India as a secular state, why has the supremacy of Brahminical rule been maintained for the last 45 years? If the Constitution guarantees freedom to practice one’s religion, why are Christians, Muslims and Sikhs miss-treated by your government, para military forces, armed forces and Hindu fanatics?

28th April: Prof M. Singh wrote to the publisher and Editor in Chief of the Sikhs: Past and Present, “Punjab continues to suffer as a colony of Indian state. After the annihilation of a large number of Sikh youth, the state is indulging in mass transfer of Indian populations into Punjab, large-scale land-grab and exploitation of groundwater and other resources of Punjab. Simranjit Singh Mann, the detained Sikh leader is steadfast in his mission and approach. A fact-sheet on his detention is enclosed. We are concerned about the proposed Indo-Canadian Treaty of Extradition. Please post us with the latest developments in this regard, so that we can mount pressure on the Canadian embassy here. Simranjit Singh Mann, who is in prison, joins me in sending good wishes to you and your family [The Sikhs: Past and Present 5(1), 52;1995].

The Sikh politicians of Akali Dal and non-Akalis (of the non-Sikh parties, e. g., Congress and other parties) became visionless, politically impotent and the slaves of the Brahmins autocracy alias the alleged Indian democracy. Their lips are ‘sealed’ because of intimidation by the Brahminical slavery. Just to put it rather briefly, the Sikh politicians when talking to the news media, they are so afraid of their Brahminical masters of the Hindus’ fundamentalist and militant party(ies), the Bhartiya Janta Party, or any other non-Sikh party, they always will speak in the language of the ‘subservient’, the Hindi and do not speak in their own language, the language of the Sikhs, Punjabi script Gurmukhi; whereas, the news media’s Hindus reporters/commentators asks their questions in Punjabi. This reflects how the ‘Dastaardhari/turbaned Hindus in ‘The Sikh Identity’ have become ‘cowards’ or toothless tigers.

These ‘Dastaardhari/turbaned Hindus in ‘The Sikh Identity’ are no less than the parasites of the Sikh Nation. They are the parasites of the Guru Khalsa Panth as well as the parasites on the Sikh Nation’s coffer.

*The jathedars or band leaders, Hymn singers/Keertanyes, Granthis, Kathakaars alias orators and pseudo-holy men like the Sadhs, Derewalas, etc.: These jathedars or band leaders, especially Puran Sinh of Luv and Kush, who under the pressure of the NDA and his Akali Dal master, Prakash Sinh (Singh) Badal, said that the “Sikhs are Hindus” and are from the lineage of the Luv and Kush. The latter are the sons of Rama, the chief character of the mythological epic, ‘Ramayana’. It is amply clear that Puran Sinh of Luv and Kush does not know his own history, the history of the Sikhs from the Sikhs’ point of view.” He has done the major disservice to the Guru Khalsa Panth. Puran Sinh of Luv and Kush is the member of the Saffaronized Party of the Dastaardhari Hindus in ‘The Sikh Identity’, called the Rashtriya Sikh Sangat. The Sikh Nation cannot expect anything as far as their role to the Guru Khalsa Panth is concerned. These jathedars do not realize that the Sikh Nation is under the ‘Slavery of the Brahmins Zamhooriat’. It does not matter to them as long as they have been doing their anti-Sikh services and their duties like a ‘Hindu Puzaris’ of a Hindu temple. They have become and made religiously and politically impotent by the chief, Akali Dal, their employer(s), the NDA, etc. The simple reason of their presence in the Darbar Sahib Complex is to carry out anti-Sikh activities against The Akal Takht Sahib, Gurdwaras, etc., to provide ‘ritual services’ along the lines of the Hindu rituals. The rituals which have nothing to do in the Guru Khalsa Panth. Like the Sikh politicians or the Akalis, these jathedars, the ‘Dastaardhari/turbaned Hindus’ in ‘The Sikh Identity’, they are being paid for their services from the coffer of the Guru Khalsa Panth or the Guru-di-Gohlakl.. The Sikh Nation was the first ‘Secular and Sovereign nation of South Asia. The Sikh Nation needs no ‘Puzaris’. The Dastaardhari/turbaned Hindus in ‘The Sikh Identity’ have failed very badly to provide any programmes and/or directions, as expected from any Sikh present in the Sikh institutions.

* Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar has been on the death row for the crime he has not committed.

* Sikhs in jail without trials and cases: According to press releases of the Council of Khalistan, Washington DC, there have been more than 7,000 Sikhs languishing in the high security jails of Nabha, Tihar in Delhi and elsewhere in India. These Sikh prisoners are in jails without any charges and trials.

* Solution of the Sikh problems – The only permanent solution of the Sikhs’, who were deliberately made landless and robbed of their Sikh Nation, their Holy and historic Homeland, Punjab, is the “Sovereignty, Independence and Political power, by peaceful means,” The Sikhs are mad as they do not have any Constitutional rights in the Brahmins autocracy. Only 3% Brahmins combined with 11% of the Hindus-B.



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