I happen to be a statistical nerd so if there are any figures you disagree with that I have quoted above - then mention them and I will justify my figures.
Or feel free to offer your statistics in contrast to mine above related to the specific figures I have mentioned and I will tell you why I disagree with you.
I will concede that we only have puratan sources to go on regarding my assertion of around 90% of Sikhs being killed in the vadda GhalluGhara 1746-1762.
I am also willing to concede that during the Congress Genocide of Sikhs that the percentage of Sikh victims may have been less than 1 in 200 ballpark figure if we extrapolate Shaheed Bhai Jaswant Singh Khalra Ji's figures. Similarly it is possible that in the Pakistani Genocide of Sikhs there may have been more than 20% fatalities.
Either way you look at it, in percentage of losses suffered per capita, the Pakistani Genocide of Sikhs was between 50-100 times worse (in percentage terms) than the Congress Genocide of Sikhs between 1984-1995.