STORY OF STATE REPRESSION
the pen is mightier than the sword
Was it a ‘Sikh Struggle’ or the ‘Elusion of Sikh Sovereignty’?
The repression continues though the style is changed.
time has come to say good-bye—bye-bye-bye…..to the politics of
deception in 21st century to enable people of
India to interact and compete with the modern world.
present leadership irrespective of any party in the country is
not in position to cop-up in the modern age with the intellect,
they possess, though the presence of exceptions like Dr Manmohan
Singh, a modern philosopher King of Plato and men out of young
generation could not be ruled out.
Now, ‘made up beliefs ought to be dumped’ under the changed
circumstances following the example of Gandhi ji as stated by
him in case of ‘Rama’ and ‘Cow’ and to read more link: Gandhi
ji’s views about ‘Rama’ and ‘Cow’
The dummy protests by all those, only, who
participated openly and silently in the genocide of Sikhs in
India. Are they being projected so deceptively and by whom? Why?
protests by such elements are being taken non-seriously by
government for the maltreatment of Sikhs since long in
Indian state has provided the elements a space to function,
issue pamphlets, organise seminars etc. In fact, it is generally
known that many of these so called panthic organisations are
routinely used by the police to issue statements……
many cases, the press hand-outs are prepared by the police and
merely distributed to the selected media in their name for
glorifying them. They are taught to observe teachings of Sikh
religion more in breach than in practice.
It is rightly said, “The thieves, bad characters,
rascals, rouges, ruffians and gangsters are headmen of
communities (Chor Uchakke Te Chaudhary Gunde Ne Pardhan) said by
Daler Mehandi, the prominent singer who faced police brutality
for refusing to pay a heavy sum of bribe to the police in
bargain for not involving him in criminal case(s)”.
Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana
April 17, 2009
* Publisher and Printer: Founder President of Sikh Vichar Manch,
Sardar Gurbhajan Singh Gill (Expired on 14 February 2005) and
Deputy Superintendent of Police (Retired).