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  1. Justin Trudeau visit to India

    Justin Trudeau has been snubbed by the senior members of the Modi BJP Government. In fact this stretches to not just the Political Party but also to the Indian Media. No senior officials have welcomed or accompanied Trudeau during his tour of Gujarat or Agra. Amritsar on the other hand has shown great hospitality to Trudeau with the SGPC, Akali Dal and Congress senior Politicians all eagerly greeting him and his family to the city and Darbar Sahib. The treatments of Trudeau is all very public and the questions of ‘Khalistan’ and the Canadian stance on the subject is all over the news now. Even Captain Arminder couldn’t resist bringing up the subject in his brief meeting at the Taj hotel today. He also had the nerve to accuse Canadian Sikhs of financing militancy in Punjab and directing targeted assassinations. Modi is scheduled to meet Justin Trudeau during the week and we can all expect to hear the same sound bites. Will Sikhs in Canada be sacrificed for trade between the two countries and what will Justin Trudeau make of his trip to India?
  2. What are your thoughts on this recent article? https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/sikh-separatists-in-canada-drawing-ire-in-indian-media-before-trudeau-visit-1.3792889 Here are my thoughts: You know you are on the wrong side of history, when you attack freedom of speech. "Sikh relgious sucessionism"? LoL! Have they ever read Sikh history or Gurbani? Its common sense to those who are educated on Sikhi that the Sikh Panth is meant to be distinct from others and be independent. The Khalsa is literally meant to be a sovereign army and institution all in one, that only answer's to the Guru, that by itself isnt legal in another country, and its a pretty obvious hint that the Guru clearly taught Sikhs to be independent, but of course. But of course all this means nothing becuase most "Sikhs" in India dont support it, which must mean its a radical idea, even if its backed up by history and bani... Of course its going to come up coincidentally when a Prime Minister visits India, what better time to attack Sikhs. One could make the argument that the Indian government lets Hindu right wing national movements flourish, and there's actually proof that India got a German official to spy on Sikhs. Or what about that time that that. If you wanna talk about state sponsored terrorism. there's a lot of accusations India has gotten, but the problem with them is that they dont care. Read article: German official charged with spying on Sikhs for India : https://www.thelocal.de/20160920/german-official-charged-with-spying-on-sikhs-for-india India State Sponsored Terrorism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State-sponsored_terrorism#India Amarinder Sengh is a meme at this point, he will say anything to tarnish the reputations of Sikhs abroad. He is salty that international Sikhs are making it, and that him and his third world government are losing their power over the Sikh community. At this point, who cares what that ladoo has to say? its obvious hes doing this as part of his personal smear campaign.
  3. Just so people know where he stands on the current Indian establishment. Here's an old interview (2014) by Trump about India. Very interesting.
  4. PM underlines message of harmony on Guru Nanak Jayanti Guru Nanak Jayanti also known as Gurpurab & Prakash Utsav marks the birthday of the first Sikh Guru Guru Nanak Press Trust of India | New Delhi November 25, 2015 Last Updated at 16:00 IST Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the Gurbani Recital on the occasion of the 547th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Devji at Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Centre in New Delhi. Photo: PTI On the occasion of Guru Nanak's birthday, Prime MinisterNarendra Modi today underlined the message of harmony and compassion propagated by the founder of Sikhism, a message that assumes significance in the midst of "intolerance" debate. "On Guru Nanak Jayanti, my greetings to everyone. Guru Nanak Dev's message of service, compassion and harmony inspire eternally," Modi tweeted. The Prime Minister's message assumes significance in view of the "intolerance" debate, which has been further fueled by film star Aamir Khan's remarks that he was "alarmed" by a number of incidences and his wife Kiran Rao had wondered if they should move out of India. Guru Nanak Jayanti also known as Gurpurab and Prakash Utsav marks the birthday of the first Sikh Guru Guru Nanak. It is one of the most sacred festivals in Sikhism and is celebrated by Hindus also with equal fervour.On Guru Nanak Jayanti, my greetings to everyone. Guru Nanak Dev's message of service, compassion & harmony inspire eternally. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 25, 2015
  5. https://m.facebook.com/Encounters-Collective-1548308148780353/ this page has got recordings of Malhi saying that Modi is good to talk to because he hasn't killed Sikhs and that going to Wembley party on his own was kirpa and for the Sikh prisoners. He tries to justify using his dastar as a photo object at the beck and call of his hindutva masters as well. Geezers sick in the head and represents us? Smh....
  6. As most of you are aware, a lavish welcome party is being prepared to welcome Modi to the UK, with 60,000 people expected in Wembley Stadium on 13th November. Sounds rather premature to celebrate a prime minister of a country whereby 50% still defecate in the open air and rape of women has become a hobby. However, if Modi's fan's feel they have something to celebrate, that's their business. BUT! Are you aware that 3 Labour MP's have pledged to donate their salary increase (£7,000) to help fund the welcome party? Stephen Pound (Ealing North), Keith Vaz (Leicester East) and Virender Sharma (Ealing Southall) have all pledged £7k each? It was reported that Seema Malhotra (Feltham Heston) was to also donate her salary increase but she has released a statement pledging to donate her salary increase to an apprenticeship scheme. If individuals wish to donate to the Modi welcome party, I don't have an issue. But a parliamentarian is paid from the public purse. I have an issue with this! This Modi frenzy is peculiar, especially from the Labour party. Modi has attacked worker's rights by reducing the Labour laws from 44 to 4 - I'm sure Jeremy Corbyn will have something to say about that. In Gujarat, inequality has increased under his chief ministership (although overall prosperity increased) - again, not something that will impress Labour (UK). Modi's former school of hard knocks, the RSS, have fascist and racist ideologies - something that should concern any parliamentarian, Labour or otherwise. If you live in Ealing North, Ealing Southall (at least 1/3 Sikh), or Leicester East - please take this up with your respective MP.
  7. Modi Express

    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/modi-express-bus-launched-ahead-of-pm-narendra-modis-uk-visit/articleshow/49332445.cms
  8. (April 17, 2015)—Moninder Singh, a well-respected Sikh youth activist was arrested earlier today during a protest outside Ross Street Gurdwara in Vancouver. A number of Sikh youth, along with representative of various organizations arrived outside the Gurdwara to protest the arrival of Modi for his role in massacres of Muslims in Gujarat. Modi Government is also responsible for carrying out attacks on various other minorities in India. Jakara Movement, a Sikh Youth organization stated that Moninder Singh was arrested for exercising freedom of speech. Canadian police also threatened to arrest others who were at the Gurdwara. Moninder Singh was asked to leave by the police, however he refused and continued to protest peacefully when he was arrested. Sangat members were denied entry to the Gurdwara by the police. “We are being asked to leave the premises. We are denying, we are rejecting the police telling us to move. They are gearing up to push us out,” said a youth outside the Ross Street Gurdwara. Source http://www.sikh24.com/2015/04/17/breaking-canadian-police-arrests-sikh-youth-leader-during-peaceful-protest-against-narendra-modi/#.VTCkhPnF9K0 Extra videos from the Modi protest at Candian Gurdwara:https://www.youtube.com/user/jakara/videos
  9. ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕਾਖਾਲਸਾ॥ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕੀਫਤਿਹ॥ Visa Denial to Red Carpet for Narendra Modi - A downward shift in Canadian policy and ethics The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, played a decisive role to teach a lesson to the greater Muslim community during the anti Muslim riots in Gujrat in 2002. At that time a senior member of the Gujrat Intelligence Bureau Mr. Sanjiv Bhatt filed an affidavit that CM Modi told all authorities to allow the Hindu community to vent out their anger at the Muslim population. This all took place in a high profile security meeting. “A senior police officer's sworn statement to India's Supreme Court alleges that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi deliberately allowed anti-Muslim riots in the state” - BBC. This was one of the reasons that the Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act denied an entry visa to then Chief Minister of Gujrat Narendra Modi. So did the United States of America. Narendra Modi served in senior leadership of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, as he was part of the Sangh Privar (family) before entering politics. When Modi was elected Prime Minister of India, his crimes were wiped off. Ironically, the United States of America jumped first in queue to congratulate him and invite him to USA for a state visit. Niti Central, a liberal perspective of news wrote in August 2013 “Earlier this week, on July 30, news came in about a report by the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) which stated that the Gujarat Government had ‘prima facie’ discriminated against the 500-member Sikh community in Kutch. A Hindustan Times report quoted NCM member Ajaib Singh, a Sikh, as stating in his report that “Modi, who has the habit of terrorising the minorities in Gujarat, was in this case victimising the Sikh farmers.” Despite, his atrocious past, the Canadian Government has invited PM Narendra Modi on a state visit, and facilitated his social invasion of religious place i.e. Gurdwaras and Mandirs to accommodate Modi. This is a question that Canadians don`t ask today, the history will ask our Government in days to come that the intolerant Hindutava Movement was promoted by the Canadian Government. Hindutva is perceived by intellectuals as a threat to the stability of India due to their increasing influence and their religious fanaticism. The Government of Canada shall never trade human values with dollar values. There is no harm to stay the course with your values oppose to deal with oppressor, make money yet be flexible on human rights principles. Politics or Economy does not make Canada the best country in the World, our track record as a Human Rights defender has. How will the state visit of a known Human Rights violator fit in fabric of Canadian values? This is a question that begs an answer.
  10. Cost Of Sikh Life Is Rs 5 Lakhs

    1984 anti-Sikh riots: Centre announces Rs 5L compensation to kin of 3325 victims Zee Media Bureau/Ritesh K Srivastava New Delhi: In a significant move, the Narendra Modi government on Thursday announced compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to be given to the kin of 3325 people killed during anti-Sikh riots in the national capital in 1984. The order was passed by Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who took the decision after a high-level meeting where the issue of compensation to civilian victims of communal, terrorist or Naxal violence was discussed threadbare, a Home Ministry official said. Government also enhanced the compensation to civilian victims of communal, terrorist or Naxal violence from Rs three lakh to Rs five lakh. Till now the next of kin of persons killed or civilians who suffered permanent incapacitation as a result of such violence were paid Rs 3 lakh as per provisions of the Central Scheme for Assistance to Civilian Victims of Terrorist, Communal, Naxal violence since 2008. Assistance would be given to the surviving spouse in case of death or permanent incapacitation of the husband or the wife, as the case may be. However, if both the husband and the wife died in same incident of violence, the family would be entitled to get the assistance, in each case, the official said. Families of the victims would be eligible to get assistance under the scheme even if they have received any other assistance, by way of payment of ex-gratia or any other type of relief from the government or any other source except when a similar scheme is already being implemented by the Central government. Government had disbursed Rs 6.12 crore as compensation to civilian victims in 204 incidents of terrorist, communal and naxal violence in 2011-12 and Rs 3.99 crore to civilian victims in 133 such incidents in 2012-13. No reimbursement could be made to any civilian victims in incidents of terrorist, communal and Naxal violence during 2013-14 and 2014-15 (till July) as the state governments did not send the proposals. Nearly 3325 people were killed in the communal riots triggered by the assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi in 1984 by her body guards. http://zeenews.india.com/news/india/1984-anti-sikh-riots-centre-announces-rs-5l-compensation-to-kin-of-3325-victims_1491630.html ਸਾਂਨੂੰ ਇਹਨਾਂ ਨੇ ਸੱਚੀ ਕੁੱਤਾ ਸਮਝਿਆ ਹੋਇਆ | ਪਹਿਰਾ ਦੇਣ ਵਾਲਾ ਕੁੱਤਾ, ਜਦੋਂ ਭੌਂਕੇ ਤਾਂ ਇੱਕ ਅੱਦਾ ਟੁੱਕੜ ਸੁੱਟ ਦਿਓ, ਬਾਕੀ ਸਮਾਂ ਆਪਣੇ ਘਰ ਦੀ ਇਹਨਾਂ ਤੋਂ ਰਾਖੀ ਕਰਾ ਛੱਡੋ | Its clear, they are not going to ever deliver justice, just throw alms at the Sikhs as if we are beggars/dogs.
  11. Bjp And Jhootha Sauda Nexus

    Modi Praises Dera Sacha Sauda Without Naming its Controversial Chief: http://sikhsangat.org/2014/modi-praises-dera-sacha-sauda-without-naming-its-controversial-chief/ Dera to Back BJP in Poll-bound States: http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/Dera-to-Back-BJP-in-Poll-bound-States/2014/10/14/article2476057.ece
  12. Washington: A New York-based Sikh rights group, which had earlier campaigned against Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh, has launched an online petition campaign urging President Barack Obama to cancel invitation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat. "Instead of hosting Modi at White House, President Obama should condemn Modi and ban BJP for perpetrating violence against Muslims, Sikhs and Christians," said the White House online petition which was launched by the Sikh for Justice. Obama has invited Modi to visit the US and for a meeting with him at the White House on September 30. "In June 1984, BJP instigated military attack on the Golden Temple resulting in the massacre of thousands of Sikh pilgrims. In 2008, BJP orchestrated violence against Christians in Orissa," the petition alleges. The petition, requires at least 100,000 signatures by August 20 to gain any attention of the White House, on the first day had got less than two dozen petitions. The SFJ had campaigned against Gandhi and Singh in connection with the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 following the assassination of the then prime minister Indira Gandhi. PTI First Published: Tuesday, July 22, 2014, 19:33 http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/sikh-group-launches-white-house-online-petition-against-modi_949363.html
  13. NEW DELHI: At a time when the special cell and the intelligence bureau (IB) are probing the Punjab connection of Gurvinder Singh, arrested in Tuesday's accident which killed Union minister Gopinath Munde, security agencies have alerted police agencies of Delhi and other states and the protection groups (SPG and NSG) about the threat assessment of top BJP and RSS leaders who stand at risk from Punjab-based Sikh militant groups. As per a communique, agencies have received fresh inputs about Jagtar Singh Tara of Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) and Lakhvir Singh Rode of International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) coming together to smuggle in explosives from across the border and provide logistics to target BJP leaders, sources said. The agencies had received inputs about the two organizations planning to target Modi rallies before the elections as well. Moreover, the agencies have received fresh information about two groups of 10-15 militants belonging to the Khalistan Commando Force planning attacks on PM Modi and other top leaders of the Sangh and BJP. "A meeting to target Modi was held recently in Islamabad which was attended by Dr. Khalid Rashid and Md. Ghalib from UK, Azmat Khan from JKLF and Wadhwa Singh of BKI," reads the communique. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/BJP-Sangh-leaders-face-terror-threat/articleshow/36081930.cms
  14. Modi booked on EC orders for poll code violation, faces up to 2 years in jail AHMEDABAD/NEW DELHI: An FIR was lodged against Narendra Modi for violation of the model code of conduct after he displayed a lotus, the BJP's election symbol, before TV cameras and addressed a press conference on the premises of the school where he cast his vote on Wednesday. He also snapped a selfie which was flashed on TV. Along with Modi, TV channels too that telecast Modi's presser earned the EC's wrath, which directed the chief secretary and DGP to file separate FIRs against all TV channels for falling foul with the Representation of People's Act that bans telecast of election issues while polling is on. Later, at a rally in Tirupati, Modi said it was the first FIR of his life and he would never forget the day. He lashed out at Congress, saying it was worried that "a person who (once) eked out his living by selling tea" was challenging it. "One can understand if someone points a knife, a pistol or a gun. But do you know why FIR was registered against me? Because I showed a lotus to the people," he said. The FIR was lodged by the Ahmedabad crime branch after the EC wrote to the Gujarat chief secretary and director general of police after watching TV footage. "The tone and tenor of the address made by Modi, and the manner in which he displayed the lotus symbol, was intended and calculated to influence and affect the result of elections," the EC said. The violations by Modi, if proved, entail a fine and/or imprisonment of up to two years. The BJP, while saying it respects the EC's order and will abide by its ruling, defended Modi by pointing out that he wasn't at fault as he was away from the prohibited zone of the polling booth. "He has not violated the election code as it was not an organised press conference," BJP spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi said, adding, "EC is a constitutional body and we respect it." Asked for his reaction, BJP leader Arun Jaitley said, "If the EC has sought FIR against TV channels for asking questions then the legality of the issue is in question." Congress congratulated the EC for the action against Modi with Union law minister Kapil Sibal saying, "By showing the party symbol and urging people to vote for lotus, Modi has proved that he has nothing to do with ethics and laws. He is an opportunist and he can do whatever he wishes to." The party also asked the EC to cancel Modi's candidature from both Vadodara and Varanasi. AAP joined issue with a statement, "The EC's direction to register an FIR against Modi is only an indication of habitual offences being committed by him and the BJP." Modi came out of the polling booth at Nishan school at Ranip, which falls in L K Advani's constituency, waving his inked finger at the cheering crowds. He then took a selfie with his cellphone, displaying the 'lotus' symbol, and took questions from TV reporters flashing the lotus in his hand. When Advani was asked by journalists after he had voted to comment, he declined saying he would not violate the law. Gujarat DGP PC Thakur said, "The Ahmedabad police has submitted an action-taken report to the EC after registering FIR." According to EC sources, an impromptu byte by Modi to TV crew would have been okay; however, holding a "well organized" 20-minute-long press meet outside the polling station, aired live on most TV channels, amounted to a deliberate attempt to influence the mind of voters while polling was underway, sources said. The EC's prompt action was in sharp contrast to its failure to file an FIR under similar circumstances during the BJP's manifesto release on April 7. Although CEC V S Sampath had made it clear beforehand that the telecast of BJP's manifesto release while polling was underway for six Lok Sabha seats would make electronic media liable for action under Section 126(1)(b) of the RP Act, no action was taken when most TV channels covered the event live. Sources said there was some reluctance on EC's part to initiate action against TV channels as the polling on April 7 was limited to just six seats and there would be no wide impact on the mind of the voters. Later, senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said, "Media being free has the right to seek answers from the leader who, in all probability, is going to become the prime minister. Action against the media raises larger question of constitutionality. But, I pity the Congress, seeing the severe reversal, it has reduced itself to a chronic complainant." Watch the m0r0n whine here: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/lok-sabha-elections-2014/news/Modi-booked-on-EC-orders-for-poll-code-violation-faces-up-to-2-years-in-jail/articleshow/34440976.cms
  15. One Killer Defends Another

    Former DGP of Punjab KPS Gill, who had served as security advisor to the Gujarat chief minister in 2002, has said that Narendra Modi cannot be blamed for post-Godhra riots as it is the job of the police leadership to respond to law and order situations. "In law and order situations, it is the police leadership which has to respond and not the political leadership," Gill said when asked by reporters about his assessment of Modi's handling of post-Godhra events. He was speaking at the launch of his biography- 'KPS Gill: The Paramount Cop' last night, which was attended by eminent personalities like Punjab Kesari Group editor-in-chief Vijay Kumar Chopra, Indian Express editor-in-chief Shekhar Gupta, former CBI director PC Sharma and others. In the book, Gill has lavished praise on Modi saying he had "sincere" intentions to end the violence and accused other parties of trying to defame him. "I realised that people of all political parties who were anti-Modi and anti-BJP were taking advantage of this mayhem and making all efforts to defame Modi one way or the other," he says. He charged the policemen and the administration had become communal after the incident in Godhra and Modi, who had just become the chief minister, did not have proper grip over the state machinery. Speaking to reporters, he said that after taking charge as the security advisor of the state, he had visited all places where violence had taken place and policemen from top to bottom refuted having received any direction of the type being mentioned. He also said a majority of the deaths in the riots had taken place in 5-6 incidents. Addressing the audience, Gill said some of his family members did not like his comments. He told reporters that while his family members had been reading newspapers, he had experienced the developments. Gill had been appointed in May, 2002, as the security advisor to Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to bolster efforts to effectively check communal violence in the state. Vijay Kumar Chopra, editor-in-chief of Punjab Kesari, lauded Gill's stint as DGP of Punjab and said he had "infused a new life in a lifeless police force". Comparing Gill with legendary Sikh general Hari Singh Nalwa, Chopra said he has been a big factor in restoring normalcy in the state wracked by militancy in 1980s. Shekhar Gupta said he had the fortune to be a fellow traveller who witnessed Gill as a police officer in Assam where his reading of ground reality was far more realistic than those around him. He added that in his interactions with Gill during his reporting years, he realised that even in Punjab he could diagnose and predict situations with great clarity. PC Sharma said Gill thoroughly backed officers who had worked under him. The biographer Rahul Chandan said he had grown up in Punjab and heard stories about Gill and felt he had engaged in a worthwhile pursuit. http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/modi-can-t-be-blamed-for-post-godhra-riots-kps-gill/article1-1146122.aspx
  16. Modi tells Sikhs to leave their property and Land and go back to the Punjab as they are not Gujarati. This is the man that could be next PM and a party that the Badal Dal are supporting. It show that the Congress and the BJp are the same with their hate for Sikhs. Meanwhile the Badals are to terrified to raise the plight of the Sikhs in Guarat forcefully , similarly to their silence on Police killings. A report by the National Commission for Minorities (NCM), India's minority rights watchdog, has said the Narendra Modi-led Gujarat government had "prima facie" discriminated against the state's 500-member Sikh community in Kutch by ordering them to sell their land and return to Punjab because they were not Gujaratis, citing the Bombay Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1948. The commission has strongly disapproved of the Gujarat government's interpretation that only Gujarati farmers could own or buy land in the state under the Act, a move which could dispossess 500 farmers, while their land accounts have already been frozen. In his report, commission member Ajaib Singh, after a field visit on June 24-28, 2013, said, "There appears to be discrimination against Sikh agriculturalists by the Gujarat government". The report quoted Ajaib Singh's statement that "Modi, who has the habit of suppressing and terrorising the minorities of Gujarat, was in this case targeting and victimising the Sikh farmers of Kutch". The minority commission said the order of the state government, asking farmers to sell their land and return to Punjab, was struck down unanimously in the Gujarat high court unanimously, but the state government had now challenged this verdict in the Supreme Court. The commission itself could not do much since the issue was under judicial consideration, the report said. In a recommendatory letter to Modi, the commission has asked the Gujarat government to accept the verdict of the high court. He also requested him to administer a national minority scholarship programme and urgently set up a state minorities commission. Ajaib Singh has also written to Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal to intervene in the matter. "This is indeed very discriminatory," said the NCM member. He said Sikhs told him during his field visit that the community had migrated to Kutch after being invited by former prime minister late Lal Bahadur Shastri, who felt these swathes of white marshy land should be inhabited as a buffer against invasion from the sea. [Courtesy: Hindustan Times.] July 31, 2013
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