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Are they all terrorists? 

On 12/11/2008: Gurmit Singh <GurmitSingh01@bigpond.com> wrote:
To:
"Dr. Awatar Singh Sekhon Canada" <assekhon@shaw.ca>,
Khalsa Dal <dalkhalsa_alliance@yahoo.com>

Subject:
[SikhsSydney] Amrinder, Badal, MSGill, Punjab MLAs. Are they all terrorists?

Have they ever sat together - Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh + Dr. Amarjit Singh + Dr. Rajwant Singh + S. Ganga Singh Dhillon + S. Didar Singh Bains and other Sikh Leaders in USA?????

Are they all terrorists?

Though email is meant and addressed to others for their reply but also posted to me, I do feel to comment for expecting detailed reply from them.  

To my mind, Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh + Dr. Amarjit Singh + Dr. Rajwant Singh + S. Ganga Singh Dhillon + S. Didar Singh Bains and other Sikh Leaders in USA?????, all are asked to act and sit apart while raising the demand(s) by the same agencies, who also direct Captain Amrinder Singh ex CM Punjab, S. Parkash Singh Badal, Ex- Chief Election Commissioner of India Dr. Manohar Singh Gil (now Sports Minister) etc occasionally to sit together to raise the selected demand(s) may be different in nature and differently and raise the hue and cry through their respective henchmen made to operate in different colours and shades here to divide the people thatís why you rightly said India is a democracy in the name only. It is a country of the exploiters and exploited.

I have to only add that it is not the case with Sikhs only but applies for minorities in India.

The ratio of sufferings and timing may vary for minorities at the Will of the agencies through their similar leaders in India.

In view of the above, who is the terrorist? Or Are they all terrorists?

Who will answer? It is difficult to guess under the circumstances.

Balbir Singh Sooch, Sikh Vichar Manch;
December 12, 2008

www.sikhvicharmanch.com 

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From: Gurmit Singh <GurmitSingh01@bigpond.com> 
To: Sikh Vichar Manch svmanch@gmail.com

CC:
"Dr. Awatar Singh Sekhon Canada" <assekhon@shaw.ca>,
Khalsa Dal <dalkhalsa_alliance@yahoo.com>

Date: Dec 12, 2008 11:08 AM
Subject: RE: Amrinder, Badal, MSGill, Punjab MLAs. Are they all terrorists?
Mailed Ėby: bigpond.com 

Dear Advocate Balbir Singh Jee Sooch, Sikh Vichar Manch, 

In legal sense, the persons who "aid and abettor" are equally guilty & terrorists. This applies to all the Leaders Political & Religious and their Officials especially since 25 June 1975............ because they have miserably failed to protect the Fundamental Rights of all the citizens of India. Unfortunately, U.N. has also failed in defining the term - "Terrorist"! 

In the Guru Granth Sahib at page 1288, Guru Nanak Sahib had aptly described them - "Rajaiy Seehn Mukadum Kutaiy....." 

In English Translation by Advocate Manmohan Singh, publisher SGPC (Vol. 7):

"The kings (now Presidents, Prime Ministers, Chief Ministers, Ministers) are lions/tigers and the courtiers/officials dogs; they go and harass or awaken the  sitting and the sleeping ones. The king's servants inflict wound with their nails (now modern weapons). The king's curs lick up the blood and bile of the poor subjects. Whereas, in God's Court, the persons are to be assayed. The noses of these untrustworthy ones shall be chopped off." 

However, I being not the citizen of India, I can't pass any judgment or suggest any remedy. But I know, by and large, the minorities have started realising that they are no more safe in the hands of majority ruling parties. 

Gurmit Singh (Australia) 

 
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