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The Sikh youths should possess ability to take their own right decisions before joining the coterie or any other political group 

Now formation of Khalsa Action Committee (KAC) and
then Punjab Rights Forum (PRF)Similarities

Sikhs may be interested to know the background of formation & activities of now the Khalsa Action Committee (KAC) and the Punjab Rights Forum  (PRF) at the time of congress rule in Punjab when on both occasions Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann choose to be in judicial custody at Central Jail, Ludhiana and allowed to write detailed press statements showing his inclination towards congress whereas a selected coterie was kept active outside at the instance of then Director General of Police, Punjab, Mr. Virk to incite Sikhs to their disadvantage and sideline Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann, said to unpredictable and Central agencies can not fully rely upon him.  

The politically active and alert Sikhs can very well find similarities between the two i.e. now the formation of Khalsa Action Committee (KAC) and then Punjab Rights Forum (PRF).

No doubt as you all have seen, Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann was actively consented party in the formation of Khalsa Action Committee (KAC) and then Punjab Rights Forum (PRF).  Now the split of Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann and coterie is again about to take place, as earlier information given in advance, at the instance of Central agencies in order to project, divide and control Sikh youths directing them politically to keep in different Camps in this manner. It is success story of the agencies nothing else. 

The Sikh youths must be cautious from this spent force i.e. coterie of dummy militants, cats including so-called non-violent seditious organizations and their associates, who is always ought to be in the bag of Director General of Police, Punjab, of the ruling party and under the control of the agencies and the Sikh youths should possess ability to take their own right decisions before joining the coterie or any other political group. 

The clique is getting publicity to attach it importance otherwise they are harmless creatures unless directed to do something wrong or violent by the agencies as experienced in the past three decade. But one thing is clear that all this happening is not at all in the interest of Sikhs in long run. The puppets can go to any extent to harm Sikhs interest as they have no choice of their own including Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann. 

Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann is taught not to care and think seriously as it is not his business. The crowd pulling or not in rallies etc in India is the handiwork of the agencies and police to show success of particular rally or otherwise as the case may be to support or oppose the policies of government. 

Mostly the immature elected members in ruling party or in opposition always directed and do behave in similar pre-arranged fashion like stage managed drama in India though they act rudely like unbecoming members of House, assemblies etc to give false impression that true democracy is in action. 

The Sikh Vichar Manch is performing its duties as a whistle blower as usual without any greed and for the reason some useless though valuable for the agencies in the field and outside do show their excitement and resentment against it to cover up their falsehood, failures, inability, incapability and inefficiency in the interest of humanity.  

Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana;

Chief and Spokesperson

Sikh Vichar Manch

(D.C Complex) Ludhiana, Punjab (India)

August 26, 2007

 
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