WE CELEBRATE WITH THE SIKH NATION OF THE SIKH REPUBLIC OF KHALISTAN ON THE COMMEMORATION OF VAISAKHI DAY: HABIB YOUSAFZAI, KASHMIR DIASPORA ALLIANCE
The Tenth Guru of Sikhs (also known Tenth Master) Janab Guru Gobind Singh Sahib completes the Sikh religion by creating the Khalsa Panth on the Vaisaki Day of April 14th 1699. That was the day when the Tenth master initiated baptizing the Sikhs by adding Singh to the names of males and Kaur to the names of females which gave a distinction to the Sikh folk in comparison to the followers of other religions. He gave the blessing, “I give sovereignty to the humble Sikhs” (In grieb Sikhin ko mein deon Patshahi). Just two years after his departure from this earthly plane in 1708, the Sikhs established their own independent state in Punjab. Again in 1765, the Sikhs established Khalsa Raj under the leadership of various missals. Maharajah Ranjit Singh unified the Khalsa Raj in 1799, ruling until his death in 1839. Ten years later the British annexed Punjab. The Sikhs are a sovereign, independent people. The Sikh Nation declared its independence on October 7, 1987.
However, soon after receiving power on a platter from the British government on August 15th 1947, the Brahmins-Hindus changed their colors like a chameleon and deprived the Sikhs of their Sikh State. The Brahmins-Hindus democracy did not stop there and in 1966 Indra Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India played another game when she separated Haryana and Himachal Pradesh from Punjab. In order to eliminate the Sikh religion from the face of the earth, Brahmins-Hindus Indian government unsuccessfully tried to merge them into the Hindu fold. It was a vicious game of the Brahmins-Hindus of the NDA, and the Sikh nation is paying dearly.
India maintains a large and highly visible military presence in the Sikh Republic of Khalistan. The troops stationed there exceed 400,000. These include Para-military force, the Central Reserve Police and the Border Security Forces, who are thugs in uniform and equipped state-of-the-art torture machines.
There are 16 Indian Secret Service agencies and other agencies from other countries operating ubiquitously to spy on the 26 million citizens. According to figures maintained by human rights groups, more than 260,000 Sikhs have been killed since 1984. The number of those killed, maimed, tortured, illegally imprisoned or condemned to starvation by being robbed of their living by the Indian authorities runs into the many thousands. In Chittisinghpura massacre, 35 Sikhs were killed in fake encounters on the arrival of the President of the USA.
By settling millions of non-Sikhs in the state, India has altered its demographic composition, reducing the ratio of Sikhs in the population. It has subverted the Sikh Republic of Khalistan’s traditional autonomy by bringing its judiciary and administrative services at the higher level under the total control of the Government in Delhi.
Nevertheless, it makes no sense to waste resources for the illegal occupation of the Sikh Republic of Khalistan to continue when more than 80% of India’s population of 1.2 billion goes to bed hungry every night 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
Keeping in view of the injustices against the Sikh Republic of Khalistan, under occupation by the Brahmins Hindu Indian government since August 15, 1947, it is imperative to note that it will be very difficult for the Indian government to suppress the voice of freedom of the independent Sikh state. Therefore, political leaders such as Sirdar Balwant Singh Rajoana (now in the Patiala jail or likewise), Sardar Dilawar Singh Hawara, Sardar Paramjit Singh Bheora, Sardar Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar (on death row), Sardar Simranjit Singh Mann, Chief, Akali Dal Amritsar, his associates, Sardar Daljit Singh Bittu, Chief, Panch Pradhani, Sardar Harpal Singh Cheema, Secretary, Panch Pradhani, and more than 10,000 Sikhs languishing in the high Security jails or PUNJAB and outside PUNJAB in a country which refers to itself as the largest democracy of the world, should be released immediately.