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The History of Genocidal Politics in the World and Indian Subcontinent: Dr. Garga Chatterjee

November 27, 2018 | By


Speaking during aa Seminar on “Phenomena of Genocide” at Panjab University Chandigarh on November 15, 2018 Dr. Garga Chatterjee shared his views on the topic of “History Of Genocidal Politics In Sub Continent and the World’’. He began his lecture by giving the description of Hindustan as an area that lies between Delhi and Patna and said people in India are always targeted on basis of religion and language by Hindi speaking population. He reminded Sikhs about the importance of the word “GHALLUGHARA”.

He said Bengalis have equally suffered as Punjabis at hands of non-Bengalis in 1940s famine, the 1947 partition, 1971 war and now Bengalis are again on target at the pretext of National Register of Citizens (NCR) which is depriving 40 lack people of citizenship out of which 38 lack are Bengalis. Dr Garga Chatterjeee (Indian Statistical Institute) Speaking on Sikh Genocide. He further said there is always a spectrum of genocidal forces working in different fields like Cricket, Bollywood, CBSC, NCERT etc. and also referred to many controversial statements given by famous Indian personalities.

He said imperial powers are always behind the genocides and imperialist men see women of the targeted community as commodity that is why we people listen particular phrases like ‘Sexy Punjabi Kudi’ or ‘Dusky Bengali Beauty’ and that is reason behind 80% of models are from particular communities comprising 24% of population. He said Sikh should never forget 1984 and reprimanded Sikh activists for not having lists of thousands of killers who were involved in 1984 Sikh Genocide.

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