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The first minority President of the United States,
Mr. Barack Obama

By Balbir Singh Sooch*

As quoted by Sikh Coalition that Reverend King once said, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" and added that Mr. Obama told and responded "There is simply no excuse for any American to suffer because of who they are or where their family came from, and it will not be tolerated in my Administration."

He (Mr. Obama) promised Sikhs specifically that "As president, I will ensure that the officials in my Department of Justice and in all other federal agencies who have responsibility for guaranteeing our civil rights and combating racial and religious discrimination make ending racial profiling a top priority." 

The Sikh Vichar Manch is nothing to add more except that it feels the promise of the new American President; Mr. Barack Obama is a response to all and would prove to the satisfaction of entire peace loving world. 

The Sikh Vichar Manch has already sent congratulations to great Obama on November 14, 2008, “The great country like America elected the first minority Obama the President- elect of the United States of America shows that presently only America reflects the true image of all faiths with a guarantee of equality and equity and that message passed to the whole humanity in the world by this choice of Americans. Though, it may be symbolic for the majority downtrodden in the world. But it is the right occasion of achieving the target for the peace loving, law abiding and the factual human rights activists to celebrate and congratulate the great Mr. Barack Obama”. 

*Chief and Spokesperson
Sikh Vichar Manch, Ludhiana
January 20, 2009

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