Article: Nepal: Khalistan movement gaining momentum in India?

N. P. Upadhyaya

Biratnagar: If the BBC documentary on “India-The Modi Question” released/aired for London consumption early this year January brought several sleepless nights to PM Modi then it was followed by the vitriolic comments made on PM Modi by the Hungary born George Soros (92) who is a billionaire from USA.

Though the documentary is “banned” but yet it is making rounds in the globe and allowing the world population to understand what the Islamophobic Indian Prime Minister Narendar Bhai Modi is.

Soros in his fresh clip made some hair-raising but yet “ear pleasing” comments on Indian Prime Minister Modi and his business tycoon, now bankrupt Gautam Adani who was awarded a power deal in troubled Sri Lanka after the grand escapade of the Gotabaya brothers.

Gautam rose from scratches only when he was awarded the Indian Prime Ministerial favor.

PM Modi is also a rich person now who graduated himself from a Railway tea seller to a multi-millionaire.

PM Modi’s India has a habit of exploiting the smaller neighbors in the immediate neighborhood as and when these countries are going through rough weathers and that too created by India itself.

The fresh Sri Lankan troubles were very tactfully exploited by PM Modi for the benefit of his financial tycoon stooge Gautam Adani.

The US national George Soros addressing the recently concluded Munich Security Conference took up the issue of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s secret relationship with his close ally and business tycoon Gautam Adani who was accused of stock manipulation and his stock collapsed like a house of cards”.

Pointedly said Soros of PM Modi as, (sic) “I may be naive, but I expect a democratic revival in India.

In plain words, the US billionaire Soros – the founder of Open Society hinted that India is not an even democracy.
For Nepal, India is the nearest enemy and a “mobocracy”.

Thus Soros too added more tensions to the already tensed PM Modi and his Hindutva gang-administration.

And the mega problem for India and its sitting Prime Minister Modi, soon after the BBC documentary and George Soros’ vitriolic attack emanated from a vibrant Khalistan proponent Amrit Pal Singh.

And the fresh troubles are being forwarded to PM Modi by those interested Sikhs who have revived the demand for a separate Sikh State-Khalistan-well within India itself.

And Amrit Pal is currently leading the demand for a separate Khalistan for the Sikhs.

Ms Gandhi was the cruelest lady in South Asia who was suffering from inferiority complex syndrome.

This operation in earnest continued between 1 and 8 June 1984, Indian media sources claim.

It was this night raid of the Sikh Gurudwara that enraged the entire Sikh society across India and some brave Sikhs instantly vowed to bifurcate a chunk of the Indian Union for the formation of what they call, Khalistan-the lad of the Khalsa.

Khalistan was in existence much before the invasion of the Amritsar temple, however, the Sikh carnage that followed soon after the gunning down of Madame Indira Gandhi by two of her own security guards, Satwant and Beant Singh on October end in 1984, prompted the energetic Sikh youths to take a determined avowal for the formation of a Sikh state called the Khalistan.

The Sikhs were made the target soon after the shooting down of Gandhi as the “powers-that-be” concluded that since the Sikh(s) killed the Indian Prime Minister and thus the revenge must be carried out by mass murder of the Sikhs across the country.

The Sikhs in New Delhi were so terrified that those who were comparatively clever and smart made their way to Nepal and sources say that Nepal now has a considerable Sikh population who eloped from India and sneaked to Nepal in order to live a secured life.

Sikhs migrated from India and have now settled in United Kingdom, Canada, United States of America and Australia and their strength is comfortably good which is the cause for the continued headache for the Indian government as it is these migrated Sikhs who continue to demand a separate state for the Sikhs.

It is so because the Sikhs settled in these “highly developed countries” are housed in various groups but their cause remains the same and that being to “provide the needed impetus to the demand for a separate Sikh State-the Khalistan”.

Only recently, we read news about the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) had given a boost to its Khalistan movement across the world more so in and around Australia.

News to that effect could be noticed from the following news story penned by Riffat Hussain.

A close look at the news does tell how the men of the Sikh faith possess a clear aversion for the Bharatiya Janata Party led Indian government which is under the control of the Hindutva gang leader PM Modi.

Riffat Hussain further writes that the independent observer entity named ‘Sikhs for Justice’ has claimed that approximately 57,000 Sikhs cast their vote in Australia prior to closure by the Punjab Referendum Commission. The crowds which queued up outside the voting station in one of Australia’s economic hubs paved the way for stampedes as angry Sikh citizens crashed the gate of the center and went to the voting hall to cast their votes closer to closing time.

This speaks perhaps of the strong determination of the Sikh diaspora in ensuring a separate State “Khalistan” for the Sikh community.

However, the Indian government too appears determined in quashing with full force the Khalistan movement as it takes the Sikh steps as a bid that tantamount to “treason” or an a dangerous act that is geared to split the Indian union.

The SFJ modestly appeals the visiting Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese saying “We urge PM Albanese to instruct Modi that in democracy, seeking secession and independence through voting cannot be labeled as terrorism”.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun of the Sikhs for Justice General Counsel declared that the March 19th “Battlefield – Brisbane” Khalistan Referendum Voting Centre is dedicated to Shaheed Bhai Harmeet Singh Bhaowal and Shaheed Bibi Baljinder Kaur who were bombed to death along with their nine months old son Pavittar Singh on December 05, 1992 by the Indian Police forces in Haryana.

Azhar further writes that “While Modi regime is pursuing Violence to crush the Khalistan Referendum, SFJ is using voting to resolve decades-old conflict between the Sikhs and the Union of India,” stated SFJ General Counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in a video message.

Out of the blue, one gentleman who was until recently working in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Amrit Pal Singh has emerged as the new and determined messiah of the entire Sikh world scattered across the globe.

Amrit Singh is a young man who has vowed to create a separate State for the Sikhs -the Khalistan

Amrit’s strong determination is not only sound but very difficult for his opponents to counter the former’s claims in which he has expressed his clear stance on the demand for which he has vowed himself over these short years.

All said and done, it appears that India’s bad days have begun in earnest.


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