APPEAL BY SIKH VICHAR MANCH
Elements dictating their terms for provocations from their hide outs
or openly to disturb peace and creating social agony for others-The
Governments concerned may note for appropriate, adequate and
effective remedial action
The well-wishers of Khalsa Panth,
Waheguru ji ka Khalsa
Waheguru ji ki Fateh
And the mischievous characters, the terrorists and the agents of
their respective lawlessness agencies in India and abroad
critics are free to decide as to what category they belong but I am
sure that their ‘Masters’ do know them very well)
may please again note as earlier advised by in response to a email:
read my writing carefully before asking questions like a boss. I
cannot frequently project every part of State terrorism to terrorize
common people like you to become a part of State machinery on the
dictation of someone in the matter’.
of the notorious characters staying in different camps are raising
queries and directing to do this and that then challenging and
publishing at the instance of someone with ulterior motive to defame
& harm and to see unrest in Punjab and elsewhere all the times by
hook and crook and also for other reasons best known to them. I
think this mentality is their source of business.
(Reply of a query)
The views about “The Taruna Dal- Nihang Chief Ajit Singh Puhla”
written on 15 August 2004 with reference as under already widely
circulated by me and part of it published also in August 2005
‘Fatehnama’ at page 31(Please refer quoted magazine of the month or
inquire but it can be said safely that some of them have no
knowledge except playing like puppets.
SikhVichar Manch is not acting as a hired forum like some others but
do raise its voice for justice within its ability and capacity
without any greed.
Governments concerned may note the text of mine for appropriate,
adequate and effective remedial action against the elements who are
dictating their terms for provocations from their hide outs or
openly to disturb peace and creating social agony for others.
Balbir Singh Sooch
Chief and Spokesperson, Sikh Vichar Manch
July 11, 2007
views about “The Taruna Dal- Nihang Chief Ajit Singh Puhla” written
on 15 August 2004 with reference as under already widely circulated
by me and part of it published also in August 2005 ‘Fatehnama’ at
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qy krmkFzIaF qy aprfDIaF dy kbjLy ivc hn. ieh kfbjL srkfr qy ies
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kuwJ sfhmxy af skdf hY pr iewQy Gwto-Gwt iewk imsfl dyxI bxdI hY. ho
skdf hY ieh kuwJ lokF leI nvIN gwl hI hovy pr srkfr leI nvIN nhIN hY,
Auh hY puils dy isrkwZ "tfAUt" inhMg pUhlf, qrnf dl dy muKI dI imsfl
ijs nMMU aprfD jgq coN cux ky Dfrimk zyiraF, gurduafiraF ‘qy njfiejL
kbjy krvf ky, njfiejL iksm dy qy afm afdmI nMU nf dyx vfly hiQafrF
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igaf hY blik ies nMU mrjLI nfl kql krn dI vI KulH dy rwKI hY ijs nMU
mfJf aYks srivsmYn ihAUmn rfeIts PrMt dy cyarmYn krnl jI[ aYs[sMDU (syvfmukq)
dI dlyrI kfrn bhuq lMmI jwdo-jihd bfad igRPqfr krvfAux ivc sPlqf
imlI hY. "krnl sMDU ny dwisaf ik pUhlf kql hmysLf dfrU dy nsLy ivc
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nfl izvIjLn bYNc ivc bYTy sn qF Aus smyN pMjfb dy aYzvokyt jnrl
jI[ky[ cqrQ ny adflq df kMm rok ky ikhf ik Auh adflq ƒ koeI jLrUrI
jfxkfrI dyxI cfhuMdy hn pr KuwlHI adflq ivc nhIN. jwjF dy cYNbr ivc
jf ky sRI cqrQ ny AunHF ƒ dwisaf ik AunHF (sRI cqrQ) kol pUrI
jfxkfrI hY ik jsits JFjI dI jfn ƒ Kqrf hY aqy ieh jfxkfrI AunHF (cqrQ)
ny cIP jsits ƒ vI idwqI hY. mfxXog jwj ny ieh vI ikhf ik AunHF ƒ iek
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pMjfbI itRibAUn, 23 dsMbr, 1995
Indian Express Chandigarh,
Saturday, December 23, 1995
Faced with threats, blackmail judge posts case to SC
Express News Service
Dec 22, Faced with threats and blackmail while adjudicating the
infamous case relating to the disappearance of two
based businessman and their driver, Mr Justice V.K. Jhanji of the
Punjab and Haryana High Court today posted the matter to the Supreme
Court for directions.......
Threatening Calls: his 20 page order, Mr Justice Jhanji revealed
that no more than one occasion, attempts were made to browbeat the
court as "anonymous" callers threatened him on the telephone asking
him to wash his hands off the case. He said that one caller even
told him that he could be picked up and thrown in a furnace like the
three had been thrown along with their car and scooter. "Their modus
operandi thus, has been to create fear psychosis," he has stated.
Bid to Misuse Law: The judge termed it yet another attempt to misuse
the process of law. Elaborating further, he said that on one
occasion, the then Advocate General,
Mr G.K. Chathrath, accompanied by an AIG of police, Mr S.
Chatopadhya, approached him while attending a division bench to pass
important information. The two met him in the chamber saying that
there was danger to his personal security.
another occasion, a retinue of Nihangs considered close to Mr. Saini
thronged the court room and had to be evicted with the help of CRPF
personnel. The same was brought to the notice of the Chief Justice
of the High Court.
Indian Express, Chandigarh NewslineKudos and brickbats for the
Rajinder S. Taggar: - (Extract from) The most sensational revelation
of the year coming from the High Court was that Mr. Justice V.K.
Jhanji had been "threatened" and an attempt was made to "blackmail"
him. The reason cited by the judge was that certain police officials
wanted him to take off his hands from the case related to mysterious
disappearance of two
Ludhiana based businessmen and their driver. The matter was posted
to Apex court.....
ANOTHER EARLIER CASE: Same modus operandi-
create fear psychosis:-
Indian Express Friday October 20, 1995Taruna Dal Chief creates
ruckus in courtPoonam Batth
Oct 19: The Taruna Dal Nihang Chief, Ajit Singh Puhla, created a
ruckus in the district courts yesterday and today when he forcibly
took his armed Nihangs into the complex despite resistance by a
jawan of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).
According to sources, the lone CRPF jawan was pushed aside by armed
guards of the Baba and a gun was allegedly put on his temple. They
succeeded in reaching the threshold of the court of the judge
The immediate cause of provocation is learnt to be issuance of
warrants of Baba directing him to appear in the court as a
prosecution witness, in the infamous Kanwar Singh Dhami case.
is learnt that the Baba used abusive language against the judge
outside the court premises........ He later went to "meet" the judge
in his chamber. It is not known what transpired between to two.
The judge concerned immediately summoned a senior police officer in
the court and apprised him of the developments.
Despite the advance information to the local police about the Baba’s
second appearance today in the same court laxity in security of the
courts was apparent. The Baba along with his armed men, though less
in number on the second day, managed to transgress into the court
The armed Nihangs today roamed freely in the courts complex with
their arms and even got the chamber of one of the lawyers vacated
for making room for themselves, it is learnt. Interestingly, one of
the Nihangs was also carrying a walkie talkie wireless set in his
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nMU iswK Drm qoN dUr krn leI kIqf hoxf hY? hfl dI GVI ikhf nhIN jf
BALBIR SINGH SOOCH, ADVOCATE,
Human Rights Activist
15 August 2004
Why is Sikh
not raising voice against Poohla?