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Akalis Requested to Bring Sikhs Out of the
 Communal Net

By Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana

The Sikhs policy before independence remained that the Sikhs always took up an independent attitude, not to oppose nationalism, but to see that communalism did not succeed, at least at the expense of Sikhs.

In view of this, “the Akalis made a rapprochement between them and Congress, which promises to be truly national and non- communal. With this view they began their history, and for this view they have been fighting all along. Sikhs history of nationalism in the declaration of Guru Nanak is as under:

“All people are under one sovereign (God),
Who holds them responsible for their actions,
Only fools and idiots try to rule over other.”

The extract from a booklet, “SIKHS AS LIBERATORS” published by Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Amritsar (Printed in 2 editions 9000 up to March 1962; 3rd Edition June 1968). I personally handed over the photo copy of the booklet 11-12 years ago to Sardar Parkash Singh Badal though in different context at Old District Courts, Ludhiana. 

But to change the policy with the help of secretly planted leadership and trained in the manner that was/is not expected without deal, created the circumstances to use the policy contrary to basic tenets of Sikh Religion keeping the innocent Sikh leadership and Sikh masses in dark for the purpose kept them divided in different camps/groups to level them communal and lawless in order to teach them a lesson to weaken them permanently as is their history now in independent India. 

In the present scenario and the changed circumstances, the Akalis and their Members of Parliament should not follow the divisive policy or any communal party to the advantage of  any such secretly planted leadership and trained for the disadvantage of Sikhs.  

May I also request to the Akalis by name like the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, Sukhbir ji, Captain Kanwaljit Singh and others to bring Sikhs out of  planned and so leveled communal net to safeguard them and their future generations in India. It is open secret that your personal, social and political contacts and relations always remained very cordial with the Congress party, known as main one of the secular parties even in face of the injustice with Sikhs in India.

Attention Please: Akali Members of Parliament and others concerned for necessary action.

July 20, 2008

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