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... insignia of the movement, it looks like reminding the state sponsored terrorism nothing seen there matching with Sikh tenets or the movement in reality.
http://thesop.org/letters/2009/08/30/the-right-to-freedom-of-expression-and-assess-to-the-free-press-or-does-it-mean-sikh-militancy-reviving
Published: August 30th, 2009 09:04 EST

The Right to Freedom of Expression and Assess to the Free Press!
Or

Does it mean Sikh militancy reviving?

 By SOP newswire2

"It appears that militancy had just shifted its base from the physical world to web world."

Does it mean that no body should have right to freedom of expression and assess to the free press?

We should not forget that the right to freedom of expression and assess to the free press helps to check the militancy, otherwise, the man could prove like a completely sealed pressure cooker after semi filled with water kept on fire waiting any time to blast ".

Do you think that my web www.sikhvicharmanch.com was it an effort just to shift the base of militancy from the physical world to web world or it is for exposing the State terrorism and the elements associated with it?

The government agencies are most likely encouraging, intentionally and deliberately, the presumed websites, videos, passionately flaunting pictures and quotations of the militant leaders", especially Jarnail Singh Bhindrawala, on their T-shirts and motorbikes etc especially in India purposely as spider nets to identify and so on to the innocents doing so innocently in order to harm them secretly levelling them as militants. It is like double edged weapon, proving more beneficial for the cruel ruler.

I do not think it gives the impression of the Khalistani movement or any speculation that militancy in state was reviving  rather, from their behaviour and carrying the insignia of the movement, it looks like reminding the state sponsored terrorism nothing seen there matching with Sikh tenets or the movement in reality.

Please do express your opinion on the subject. Thanks                                                    
Comments and submission by
Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana
August 30, 2009

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