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Darshan’s son made a cop, Panthics plead family to return govt ‘aid’–Panthics-plead-family-to-return-govt–aid-/554096
Sikh leaders pay tributes to shooting victim

Were they all not in field, to divide Sikhs for the political reasons with the support of the agencies?

Who are not with the government?

They may say or claim that they are with the centre or state, politically one and the same thing?

Were they all, former Jathedar of the Akal Takht, Bhai Ranjit Singh, president of SAD( Amritsar), Simranjeet Singh Mann, president of Delhi Sikh Gurdawara Management committee, Paramjit Singh Sarna, Damdami Taksal head, Baba Harnam Singh Dhuma, Baba Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwala, Satnam Singh Paonta Sahib of Dal Khalsa and Baba Sarabjot Singh Bedi of Sant Samaj etc, not in field, to divide Sikhs for the political reasons with the support of the agencies and always politically and financially benefited directly or indirectly so?

Gurpreet Singh son of Darshan Singh rightly accepted the government job in police, and thereby, gave a strong message to the opportunists that such death would never be cashed by anyone mischievously.

And, now, in return, in the present situation, the leaders of the various organizations may withdraw their announced financial assistance.

Comment by

Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana


How much more can you divide India, asks Farooq 

New and Renewable Energy Minister Farooq Abdullah pretending himself more patriot falsely

The smaller States are always necessity of any unmanaged country especially like India and there is no need to do politics by the hypocrites, on the issue of creation of further smaller States within India.

The population of India in its bigger states is unmanageable, uncontrollable, unregulated, so, better to have smaller toothless states, to keep India forcibly united and manageable under the unitary form of system constitutionally.

At least, union minister Farooq Abdullah should not oppose the move and the demand of smaller states, to pretend himself more patriot falsely.

The more powerless states never meant for dividing India under the system.

He knew very well that any of the Chief Ministers in India can do nothing of his own and has to work under “some powers” when he has already confessed the reality and created flutter by claiming that “some powers” had prevented him from probing the massacre of 35 Sikhs at Chattisinghpora in 2000 on the eve of Bill Clinton’s visit to India.

Comment by
Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana


The 1984 Massacre of Sikhs

The Guilty Of Engineering and Abetting the 1984 Massacre of Sikhs Be Prosecuted After the Investigation in the Pending Cases

Was the then entire government machinery not to be held responsible and guilty of engineering and abetting the 1984 massacre of Sikhs, the State- Sponsored Violence against Sikhs and be prosecuted under section 120-B of IPC etc after the investigation in the pending cases?


Are all the criminals responsible for the `genocide of Sikhs' or the `State-Sponsored Violence' against Sikhs not be allowed to take the plea in defence of the then PM (Rajiv Gandhi) who almost rationalized the killing,''?


Was the then PM Rajiv Gandhi not the main accused for the `genocide of Sikhs' or the `State-Sponsored Violence' against Sikhs?


Whether in case, the main accused (Rajiv Gandhi) stands killed by a ‘Human Bomb’, the other co-accused, who remained the part and parcel of the then entire government machinery, responsible for the `genocide of Sikhs' or the `State-Sponsored Violence' against Sikhs, were exempted in the investigation or can not be prosecuted after the investigation in the pending cases, now?  

Because, the justice is being denied, intentionally and deliberately, as experienced, then, under the circumstances, every possibility could to be seen as impossibility in India. 

An Opinion by:
Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana


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