Posted by: Singh Is King | Sunday, November 4, 2007

23 Years After 1984 Anti Sikh Pogroms: Still No Justice

crying_001.jpgThe 23rd anniversary of the genocide of over ten thousand Sikhs who were killed in the 1984 pogrom in Delhi is upon us. The wave of what surely must be called ethnic cleansing that raged for three days of uninterrupted massacre across the country with the state’s blood-lust slowly being satiated.

And while unbridled chaos and mayhem proliferated unimpeded across the capital, the casual slaughter of Sikhs including women and children in the trans-Yamuna resettlement Trilokpuri colony was without doubt the most brutal.

The charred and hacked remains of the hundreds that perished in Trilokpuri’s Block 32 on the smoky and dank Nov 2 evening eloquently depicted an unbelievable tale of slaughter which, about a quarter of a century later, still haunts our memories.

It all began on the morning of Nov 2 around 11.30 a.m. when along with my Indian Express colleague Joseph Maliakan we heard of the Trilopuri massacre – then ongoing – from a Mohan Singh, who had shaved his head and face only hours before and took shelter in our office canteen.

A dazed Singh, who had somehow managed to escape the pogrom under the cover of darkness, blandly told us his incredulous tale of Sikhs being massacred in Trilokpuri’s Block 32.

The victims were poor Sikhs who wove string beds.

Shortly afterwards, along with Maliakan and Alok Tomar of Jansatta, we rushed to Trilokpuri and on arrival at the re-settlement colony, established by Sanjay Gandhi during the Emergency in the mid-1970’s, found the entrance blocked by massive concrete pipes and lathi-wielding men atop them standing guard.

The carnage took place uninterrupted in two narrow alleyways not more than 150 yards long with one-roomed tenements on either side lasting over 48 hours with the murderers never ever caught taking breaks for meals before returning and resuming their senseless slaughter.

Both lanes were littered with bodies and body parts besides hair brutally hacked off, forcing people to walk precariously on tiptoe.

It was impossible to place one’s foot flat on the ground for fear of stepping on either a hacked limb or a dead person.

The entire area was awash with blood, some of it coagulated over which flies laconically buzzed. It could not even flow down the drains, inefficient at the best of times, as they too were now choked with human remains.

Some 300 yards from Block 32 we found our path blocked by a huge mob; and before we could reach them two policemen astride a motorcycle burst through the crowd coming from the direction we were headed.

We flagged the motorcycle to a halt and asked the head constable driving it whether any killings had taken place in Block 32.

Smiling sardonically he said ‘shanti’ prevailed. On insistent quizzing he admitted that two people had been killed in Block 32.

As we proceeded down the narrow road towards Block 32, our car was blocked by the mob that turned nasty and began stoning us.

A spokesman for the crowd, a short vicious-looking man dressed in a white kurta and pyjama, told us to leave or be prepared to ‘face the consequences’.

Block 32, he simply said, was out of bounds.

Hurriedly backing out under a barrage of rocks we headed for the nearby Kalyanpuri police station and asked the duty officer whether any trouble had been reported from Trilokpuri’s Block 32.

He too echoed what his motorcycle borne colleagues had said – the area was calm, ‘shanti’ prevailed and no deaths had been reported from the police station’s area of responsibility.

A truck parked nearby attracted our attention. On closer inspection we found charred bodies in the back and a half-burnt Sikh youngster lying on top.

In his quasi-conscious state the man told us he was from Punjab and had come visiting relatives in Trilokpuri.

A few hours earlier he said a rampaging mob armed with lathis and machetes had killed his hosts and set him on fire after dousing his body with kerosene. He had been brought to the police station, placed on top of the dead bodies and had lain there for the past six hours.

He died soon after, we later learnt.

But when the bodies in the truck and the half-alive Sikh were pointed out to the station duty officer he denied all knowledge of them saying they would be dealt with by Saheb, the station house officer who was away in some other part of Delhi and would return later in the evening.

Desperate to get help we combed the area and were met by an army patrol commanded by a Sikh colonel, a part of the detail summoned from Meerut in aid of civil authority, who assured us that he would dispatch help to the beleaguered Block 32.

We returned to Block 32 only to discover that no troops had arrived.

Later we came to know that though the army had officially been summoned to maintain order, they were not deployed.

None of the army units summoned from cantonments around the capital were provided help, guidance or logistic direction by the local authorities. Neither was the army issued shoot-to-kill orders to quell restive bloodthirsty mobs till after Nov 3.

Thereafter within hours the army restored order although for days there were cases we investigated which revealed that the local authorities had deliberately kept soldiers in the dark about pockets of Sikh refugees still fighting for survival across parts of east Delhi.

However, after pleading in vain with many military convoys to intercede and stop the Trilokpuri killings, we arrived at police headquarters around 5 p.m. and informed Additional Commissioner of Police Nikhil Kumar, who later retired as head of the National Security Guard, of the goings-on in the east Delhi colony.

To our chagrin and amazement he asserted that he was a ‘mere guest’ artist. Other police officers including those in charge of the Trilokpuri district also expressed indifference and their inability to help.

On returning to Trilokpuri an hour later in darkness we found the local station house officer and two constables surveying the sea of Sikh bodies surrounded by thousands of people.

The most frightening part, which still sends a chill up my spine after 23 years, was the total and complete silence that hung over the area.

Not a sound emanated from anyone as in the light of a few hurricane lanterns we walked wordlessly down the alleyway littered with bodies.

Halfway down was a polio-afflicted young woman holding a child in dumb silence all emotion having drained from her.

Her blank, uncomprehending eyes looked at us sightlessly in what we took to be a plea for help.

Quietly we lifted her and the child and handed them over to the police posse never to see them again.

A faint whimper from inside the same house led us to a young Sikh whose stomach had been slashed open two days earlier. He had managed somehow to tie a turban around his gaping wound, crawl under a pile of bodies and survive.

All that the handsome scooter rickshaw driver wanted was water. He died hours later.

A three-year old girl, stepping over the bodies of her father and three brothers and countless others lying in the street clung helplessly to one of us pleading mutely for help.

‘Please take me home,’ she quietly said standing knee-deep in corpses in what was the only room of her house.

That the police arrived over 24 hours after the Trilokpuri massacre was revealed by the Indian Express Nov 3. There was nothing or no one left to protect.

In the intervening years all of us eyewitnesses deposed before the innumerable inquiry commissions into the 1984 killings. But none of the guilty was punished.

Rahul Bedi, as the then correspondent of Indian Express, was the first to reach Trilokpuri that bore the brunt of the anti-Sikh carnage.


Responses

  1. Hi….. I was born in the year 1984 and I really , really feel very bad..The brutal murders of the sikhs speak more about the filthy politicians who wanted to use the situation of mrs.Gandhis murder to increase their political graph….Its really really shame on the part of congress govt that, all this happened and they deliberately made this happen.Such situations make me feel that the government thats formed by us,the govt that we choose is far more worse than the rule of east india comp… atleast the britishers didnt kill these many indians in such a short span…If Indira Gandhi is murdered by two people because of ‘operation bluestar’, I dont understand how every sikh is responsible for her murder……
    I personally feel that even media has a role to play in this. Why did the ‘All India Radio’ read the news that mrs.Gandhi’s murder is by 2 sikhs.why did the media project the religion of the murderers………..the media, the politicians,Public,Police,Army…everyone failed……..everyone………….every individual then living in delhi,every politician and esp the govt is responsible for this insane,brutal,pathetic murders…..Such situations raise the question about the preachings of holy books,the so called lords…The real question araises, that, how far are we understanding the zist of our religion.how far are we able to understand them…how far are we able to follow them…

    Its really shame on our part……..very very sad…….

  2. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fatheh.

    *PANTH VUSSEH MEH UJHRAAN, JAAVAAN LEEROH LEER KURAAN*

    if my true father can sacrife his whole family for us and the panth why cant the panth today sacrifice just some time to evan dovichar about the panth today,ekta,problems and issues effecting the strength of the panth and how to take action angainst things that we should take action angainst. E.g: Gurmeet ram rahim(Dera chutaa saudhaa)How can we let some one copy our guru. The mighty maharaj shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji who created Khalsa Panth,made an army that will exist and defend sikhi and the Gurbani,how can some one copy him. where is the Guru Ki Laadli Fauj today when u need it.The only thing that most of the nihangs can do today is just keep on taking dheh (Bhang).back in the days in ;Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s time nihangs were a real fauj and killed or finished every single person who dishonoured sikhi.If the Guru’s can give a kurbani and the sikh’s in 1984 like Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale,why can’t we do the same.The soul is going to go one day and why dont w leave a memmory and make a name in this world which every sikh could rememmber like we rememmber the shaheed’s.jaa thu mere val heh theh kyaa muchundha,
    thu sabh kuch minu somfia ja tera he bundha.

    KHALSA JIO THINK ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH OUR PANTH IN THE FUTURE AND WHAT ME YOU AND OTHER SINGH’S AND SINGHNIA COULD DO TO MAKE IT A GOOD FUTURE.

    THE GURU’S AND THE SHAHEED’S WERE REAY TO DEFEND SIKHI AND BECOME IMMORTAL,

    BUT ARE WE READY AS A SIKH YOUTH?

    FOR MORE PANTHIC SEVA AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SIKHI AND OTHER CONCERNING ISSUES JUST COME TO FORUM’S AT SEDGLY STREET GURDWARA
    WOLVERHAMPTON

    Gajkeh purvaan karnee fatheh,
    WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA,
    WAHEGURU JI KI FATHEH!!!!

  3. THE FORUMS ARE EVERY THURSDAY FROM 6:00PM UNTILL 8:00PM thank you and please try you’re best to come

  4. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fatheh.

    *PANTH VUSSEH MEH UJHRAAN, JAAVAAN LEEROH LEER KURAAN*

    if my true father can sacrife his whole family for us and the panth why cant the panth today sacrifice just some time to evan dovichar about the panth today,ekta,problems and issues effecting the strength of the panth and how to take action angainst things that we should take action angainst. E.g: Gurmeet ram rahim(Dera chutaa saudhaa)How can we let some one copy our guru. The mighty maharaj shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji who created Khalsa Panth,made an army that will exist and defend sikhi and the Gurbani,how can some one copy him. where is the Guru Ki Laadli Fauj today when u need it.The only thing that most of the nihangs can do today is just keep on taking dheh (Bhang).back in the days in ;Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s time nihangs were a real fauj and killed or finished every single person who dishonoured sikhi.If the Guru’s can give a kurbani and the sikh’s in 1984 like Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale,why can’t we do the same.The soul is going to go one day and why dont w leave a memmory and make a name in this world which every sikh could rememmber like we rememmber the shaheed’s.jaa thu mere val heh theh kyaa muchundha,
    thu sabh kuch minu somfia ja tera he bundha.

    KHALSA JIO THINK ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH OUR PANTH IN THE FUTURE AND WHAT ME YOU AND OTHER SINGH’S AND SINGHNIA COULD DO TO MAKE IT A GOOD FUTURE.

    THE GURU’S AND THE SHAHEED’S WERE REAY TO DEFEND SIKHI AND BECOME IMMORTAL,

    BUT ARE WE READY AS A SIKH YOUTH?

    FOR MORE PANTHIC SEVA AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SIKHI AND OTHER CONCERNING ISSUES JUST COME TO FORUM’S AT SEDGLY STREET GURDWARA
    WOLVERHAMPTON

    Gajkeh purvaan karnee fatheh,
    WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA,
    WAHEGURU JI KI FATHEH!!!!

  5. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fatheh.

    *PANTH VUSSEH MEH UJHRAAN, JAAVAAN LEEROH LEER KURAAN*

    if my true father can sacrife his whole family for us and the panth why cant the panth today sacrifice just some time to evan dovichar about the panth today,ekta,problems and issues effecting the strength of the panth and how to take action angainst things that we should take action angainst. E.g: Gurmeet ram rahim(Dera chutaa saudhaa)How can we let some one copy our guru. The mighty maharaj shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji who created Khalsa Panth,made an army that will exist and defend sikhi and the Gurbani,how can some one copy him. where is the Guru Ki Laadli Fauj today when u need it.The only thing that most of the nihangs can do today is just keep on taking dheh (Bhang).back in the days in ;Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s time nihangs were a real fauj and killed or finished every single person who dishonoured sikhi.If the Guru’s can give a kurbani and the sikh’s in 1984 like Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale,why can’t we do the same.The soul is going to go one day and why dont w leave a memmory and make a name in this world which every sikh could rememmber like we rememmber the shaheed’s.jaa thu mere val heh theh kyaa muchundha,
    thu sabh kuch minu somfia ja tera he bundha.

    KHALSA JIO THINK ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH OUR PANTH IN THE FUTURE AND WHAT ME YOU AND OTHER SINGH’S AND SINGHNIA COULD DO TO MAKE IT A GOOD FUTURE.

    THE GURU’S AND THE SHAHEED’S WERE REAY TO DEFEND SIKHI AND BECOME IMMORTAL,

    BUT ARE WE READY AS A SIKH YOUTH?

    FOR MORE PANTHIC SEVA AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SIKHI AND OTHER CONCERNING ISSUES JUST COME TO FORUM’S AT SEDGLY STREET GURDWARA
    WOLVERHAMPTON

    Gajkeh purvaan karnee fatheh,
    WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA,
    WAHEGURU JI KI FATHEH!!!!

    thank you

  6. The 23rd anniversary of the genocide of over ten thousand Sikhs who were killed in the 1984 pogrom in Delhi is upon us. The wave of what surely must be called ethnic cleansing that raged for three days of uninterrupted massacre across the country with the state’s blood-lust slowly being satiated.

    And while unbridled chaos and mayhem proliferated unimpeded across the capital, the casual slaughter of Sikhs including women and children in the trans-Yamuna resettlement Trilokpuri colony was without doubt the most brutal.

    The charred and hacked remains of the hundreds that perished in Trilokpuri’s Block 32 on the smoky and dank Nov 2 evening eloquently depicted an unbelievable tale of slaughter which, about a quarter of a century later, still haunts our memories.

    It all began on the morning of Nov 2 around 11.30 a.m. when along with my Indian Express colleague Joseph Maliakan we heard of the Trilopuri massacre – then ongoing – from a Mohan Singh, who had shaved his head and face only hours before and took shelter in our office canteen.

    A dazed Singh, who had somehow managed to escape the pogrom under the cover of darkness, blandly told us his incredulous tale of Sikhs being massacred in Trilokpuri’s Block 32.

    The victims were poor Sikhs who wove string beds.

    Shortly afterwards, along with Maliakan and Alok Tomar of Jansatta, we rushed to Trilokpuri and on arrival at the re-settlement colony, established by Sanjay Gandhi during the Emergency in the mid-1970’s, found the entrance blocked by massive concrete pipes and lathi-wielding men atop them standing guard.

    The carnage took place uninterrupted in two narrow alleyways not more than 150 yards long with one-roomed tenements on either side lasting over 48 hours with the murderers never ever caught taking breaks for meals before returning and resuming their senseless slaughter.

    Both lanes were littered with bodies and body parts besides hair brutally hacked off, forcing people to walk precariously on tiptoe.

    It was impossible to place one’s foot flat on the ground for fear of stepping on either a hacked limb or a dead person.

    The entire area was awash with blood, some of it coagulated over which flies laconically buzzed. It could not even flow down the drains, inefficient at the best of times, as they too were now choked with human remains.

    Some 300 yards from Block 32 we found our path blocked by a huge mob; and before we could reach them two policemen astride a motorcycle burst through the crowd coming from the direction we were headed.

    We flagged the motorcycle to a halt and asked the head constable driving it whether any killings had taken place in Block 32.

    Smiling sardonically he said ’shanti’ prevailed. On insistent quizzing he admitted that two people had been killed in Block 32.

    As we proceeded down the narrow road towards Block 32, our car was blocked by the mob that turned nasty and began stoning us.

    A spokesman for the crowd, a short vicious-looking man dressed in a white kurta and pyjama, told us to leave or be prepared to ‘face the consequences’.

    Block 32, he simply said, was out of bounds.

    Hurriedly backing out under a barrage of rocks we headed for the nearby Kalyanpuri police station and asked the duty officer whether any trouble had been reported from Trilokpuri’s Block 32.

    He too echoed what his motorcycle borne colleagues had said – the area was calm, ’shanti’ prevailed and no deaths had been reported from the police station’s area of responsibility.

    A truck parked nearby attracted our attention. On closer inspection we found charred bodies in the back and a half-burnt Sikh youngster lying on top.

    In his quasi-conscious state the man told us he was from Punjab and had come visiting relatives in Trilokpuri.

    A few hours earlier he said a rampaging mob armed with lathis and machetes had killed his hosts and set him on fire after dousing his body with kerosene. He had been brought to the police station, placed on top of the dead bodies and had lain there for the past six hours.

    He died soon after, we later learnt.

    But when the bodies in the truck and the half-alive Sikh were pointed out to the station duty officer he denied all knowledge of them saying they would be dealt with by Saheb, the station house officer who was away in some other part of Delhi and would return later in the evening.

    Desperate to get help we combed the area and were met by an army patrol commanded by a Sikh colonel, a part of the detail summoned from Meerut in aid of civil authority, who assured us that he would dispatch help to the beleaguered Block 32.

    We returned to Block 32 only to discover that no troops had arrived.

    Later we came to know that though the army had officially been summoned to maintain order, they were not deployed.

    None of the army units summoned from cantonments around the capital were provided help, guidance or logistic direction by the local authorities. Neither was the army issued shoot-to-kill orders to quell restive bloodthirsty mobs till after Nov 3.

    Thereafter within hours the army restored order although for days there were cases we investigated which revealed that the local authorities had deliberately kept soldiers in the dark about pockets of Sikh refugees still fighting for survival across parts of east Delhi.

    However, after pleading in vain with many military convoys to intercede and stop the Trilokpuri killings, we arrived at police headquarters around 5 p.m. and informed Additional Commissioner of Police Nikhil Kumar, who later retired as head of the National Security Guard, of the goings-on in the east Delhi colony.

    To our chagrin and amazement he asserted that he was a ‘mere guest’ artist. Other police officers including those in charge of the Trilokpuri district also expressed indifference and their inability to help.

    On returning to Trilokpuri an hour later in darkness we found the local station house officer and two constables surveying the sea of Sikh bodies surrounded by thousands of people.

    The most frightening part, which still sends a chill up my spine after 23 years, was the total and complete silence that hung over the area.

    Not a sound emanated from anyone as in the light of a few hurricane lanterns we walked wordlessly down the alleyway littered with bodies.

    Halfway down was a polio-afflicted young woman holding a child in dumb silence all emotion having drained from her.

    Her blank, uncomprehending eyes looked at us sightlessly in what we took to be a plea for help.

    Quietly we lifted her and the child and handed them over to the police posse never to see them again.

    A faint whimper from inside the same house led us to a young Sikh whose stomach had been slashed open two days earlier. He had managed somehow to tie a turban around his gaping wound, crawl under a pile of bodies and survive.

    All that the handsome scooter rickshaw driver wanted was water. He died hours later.

    A three-year old girl, stepping over the bodies of her father and three brothers and countless others lying in the street clung helplessly to one of us pleading mutely for help.

    ‘Please take me home,’ she quietly said standing knee-deep in corpses in what was the only room of her house.

    That the police arrived over 24 hours after the Trilokpuri massacre was revealed by the Indian Express Nov 3. There was nothing or no one left to protect.

    In the intervening years all of us eyewitnesses deposed before the innumerable inquiry commissions into the 1984 killings. But none of the guilty was punished.

    Rahul Bedi, as the then correspondent of Indian Express, was the first to reach Trilokpuri that bore the brunt of the anti-Sikh carnage.
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    « Delhi Police didn’t help Sikh victims in 1984Sarkari Qatl-e-aam »Responses
    Hi….. I was born in the year 1984 and I really , really feel very bad..The brutal murders of the sikhs speak more about the filthy politicians who wanted to use the situation of mrs.Gandhis murder to increase their political graph….Its really really shame on the part of congress govt that, all this happened and they deliberately made this happen.Such situations make me feel that the government thats formed by us,the govt that we choose is far more worse than the rule of east india comp… atleast the britishers didnt kill these many indians in such a short span…If Indira Gandhi is murdered by two people because of ‘operation bluestar’, I dont understand how every sikh is responsible for her murder……
    I personally feel that even media has a role to play in this. Why did the ‘All India Radio’ read the news that mrs.Gandhi’s murder is by 2 sikhs.why did the media project the religion of the murderers………..the media, the politicians,Public,Police,Army…everyone failed……..everyone………….every individual then living in delhi,every politician and esp the govt is responsible for this insane,brutal,pathetic murders…..Such situations raise the question about the preachings of holy books,the so called lords…The real question araises, that, how far are we understanding the zist of our religion.how far are we able to understand them…how far are we able to follow them…

    Its really shame on our part……..very very sad…….

    By: Sruthi Kapa on Wednesday, February 27, 2008
    at 11:22 pm

    waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fatheh.

    *PANTH VUSSEH MEH UJHRAAN, JAAVAAN LEEROH LEER KURAAN*

    if my true father can sacrife his whole family for us and the panth why cant the panth today sacrifice just some time to evan dovichar about the panth today,ekta,problems and issues effecting the strength of the panth and how to take action angainst things that we should take action angainst. E.g: Gurmeet ram rahim(Dera chutaa saudhaa)How can we let some one copy our guru. The mighty maharaj shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji who created Khalsa Panth,made an army that will exist and defend sikhi and the Gurbani,how can some one copy him. where is the Guru Ki Laadli Fauj today when u need it.The only thing that most of the nihangs can do today is just keep on taking dheh (Bhang).back in the days in ;Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s time nihangs were a real fauj and killed or finished every single person who dishonoured sikhi.If the Guru’s can give a kurbani and the sikh’s in 1984 like Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale,why can’t we do the same.The soul is going to go one day and why dont w leave a memmory and make a name in this world which every sikh could rememmber like we rememmber the shaheed’s.jaa thu mere val heh theh kyaa muchundha,
    thu sabh kuch minu somfia ja tera he bundha.

    KHALSA JIO THINK ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH OUR PANTH IN THE FUTURE AND WHAT ME YOU AND OTHER SINGH’S AND SINGHNIA COULD DO TO MAKE IT A GOOD FUTURE.

    THE GURU’S AND THE SHAHEED’S WERE REAY TO DEFEND SIKHI AND BECOME IMMORTAL,

    BUT ARE WE READY AS A SIKH YOUTH?

    FOR MORE PANTHIC SEVA AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SIKHI AND OTHER CONCERNING ISSUES JUST COME TO FORUM’S AT SEDGLY STREET GURDWARA
    WOLVERHAMPTON

    Gajkeh purvaan karnee fatheh,
    WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA,
    WAHEGURU JI KI FATHEH!!!!

    By: Amardeep singh on Monday, September 8, 2008
    at 10:37 pm

    THE FORUMS ARE EVERY THURSDAY FROM 6:00PM UNTILL 8:00PM thank you and please try you’re best to come

    By: Amardeep singh on Monday, September 8, 2008
    at 10:40 pm

    waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fatheh.

    *PANTH VUSSEH MEH UJHRAAN, JAAVAAN LEEROH LEER KURAAN*

    if my true father can sacrife his whole family for us and the panth why cant the panth today sacrifice just some time to evan dovichar about the panth today,ekta,problems and issues effecting the strength of the panth and how to take action angainst things that we should take action angainst. E.g: Gurmeet ram rahim(Dera chutaa saudhaa)How can we let some one copy our guru. The mighty maharaj shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji who created Khalsa Panth,made an army that will exist and defend sikhi and the Gurbani,how can some one copy him. where is the Guru Ki Laadli Fauj today when u need it.The only thing that most of the nihangs can do today is just keep on taking dheh (Bhang).back in the days in ;Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s time nihangs were a real fauj and killed or finished every single person who dishonoured sikhi.If the Guru’s can give a kurbani and the sikh’s in 1984 like Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale,why can’t we do the same.The soul is going to go one day and why dont w leave a memmory and make a name in this world which every sikh could rememmber like we rememmber the shaheed’s.jaa thu mere val heh theh kyaa muchundha,
    thu sabh kuch minu somfia ja tera he bundha.

    KHALSA JIO THINK ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH OUR PANTH IN THE FUTURE AND WHAT ME YOU AND OTHER SINGH’S AND SINGHNIA COULD DO TO MAKE IT A GOOD FUTURE.

    THE GURU’S AND THE SHAHEED’S WERE REAY TO DEFEND SIKHI AND BECOME IMMORTAL,

    BUT ARE WE READY AS A SIKH YOUTH?

    FOR MORE PANTHIC SEVA AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SIKHI AND OTHER CONCERNING ISSUES JUST COME TO FORUM’S AT SEDGLY STREET GURDWARA
    WOLVERHAMPTON

    Gajkeh purvaan karnee fatheh,
    WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA,
    WAHEGURU JI KI FATHEH!!!!

    By: Amardeep singh on Monday, September 8, 2008
    at 10:41 pm

    waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fatheh.

    *PANTH VUSSEH MEH UJHRAAN, JAAVAAN LEEROH LEER KURAAN*

    if my true father can sacrife his whole family for us and the panth why cant the panth today sacrifice just some time to evan dovichar about the panth today,ekta,problems and issues effecting the strength of the panth and how to take action angainst things that we should take action angainst. E.g: Gurmeet ram rahim(Dera chutaa saudhaa)How can we let some one copy our guru. The mighty maharaj shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji who created Khalsa Panth,made an army that will exist and defend sikhi and the Gurbani,how can some one copy him. where is the Guru Ki Laadli Fauj today when u need it.The only thing that most of the nihangs can do today is just keep on taking dheh (Bhang).back in the days in ;Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s time nihangs were a real fauj and killed or finished every single person who dishonoured sikhi.If the Guru’s can give a kurbani and the sikh’s in 1984 like Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale,why can’t we do the same.The soul is going to go one day and why dont w leave a memmory and make a name in this world which every sikh could rememmber like we rememmber the shaheed’s.jaa thu mere val heh theh kyaa muchundha,
    thu sabh kuch minu somfia ja tera he bundha.

    KHALSA JIO THINK ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH OUR PANTH IN THE FUTURE AND WHAT ME YOU AND OTHER SINGH’S AND SINGHNIA COULD DO TO MAKE IT A GOOD FUTURE.

    THE GURU’S AND THE SHAHEED’S WERE REAY TO DEFEND SIKHI AND BECOME IMMORTAL,

    BUT ARE WE READY AS A SIKH YOUTH?

    FOR MORE PANTHIC SEVA AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SIKHI AND OTHER CONCERNING ISSUES JUST COME TO FORUM’S AT SEDGLY STREET GURDWARA
    WOLVERHAMPTON

    Gajkeh purvaan karnee fatheh,
    WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA,
    WAHEGURU JI KI FATHEH!!!!

    thank you

  7. This is completely crap.
    each n everytime people face such thngs,whether they are Jat,or any other .
    dnt try to make people fool.
    let them live freely,dnt try to misguide sikhs.
    sikhs are real hindus..these are real hindu Comados.
    We salute them.stil now if problem will come.each n every hindu home is ready to make their childrens ..comaondo hindu..SIKH.


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