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JUST taking out the time to wish all Sikh Bros n Sis, happy independence :)

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Preeet    541

Happy Independence Day.. it was yesterday though lol

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simran345    2,422

There was nothing happy about it. 

26 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

let me know when it happens

Here, here. 

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Singh1989    76
41 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

let me know when it happens

Jakeen manio, pehla Tu ho gia si.

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Dsinghdp    42

How about happy independence Pakistan. Since our Nankana Sahib is over there.

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jkvlondon    3,419
Just now, Singh1989 said:

Jakeen manio, pehla Tu ho gia si.

When my Guru ji is attacked continuously, my bretheren are suffering from cancer crisis brought on by uranium pollution of water,punjab turning into a dustbowl because of stealing of river water where 99% is sent to Hindu states and people getting attacked for being sabat soorat gursikhs I don't call that independence 

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jkvlondon    3,419
Just now, Dsinghdp said:

How about happy independence Pakistan. Since our Nankana Sahib is over there.

and every year we have to hope that we wont have problems to go and see our gurdwarey , because the two zionist controlled governments had a bust up. Yep Happy Happy Joy Joy SMH

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Jacfsing2    1,834

You are free to be happy for your people's, (Hindu/Indian) independence; however, in what way has Indian independence benefited Sikhs? It hasn't at all, our Punjab was split by some drunken Brit, millions displaced, families split, many killed, and Sikhs to this day had Eastern Punjab split into 3. If this is a happy celebration to you than be proud of yourself that you belong to the system; however, if you are sensible, then ask yourself who gave more for this independence and was damaged ths most for their sacrifices for independence? If Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh were alive today, they wouldn't see Brits as enemies, but rather the treatment of Sikhs terribly as enemies.

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sitokaur    96

Independence for greedy indians to steal Punjab waters(!), monopolise economic progress for hind states only (!), and accuse brave Sikhs of being extremists because they dare to protest!???

What greedy hinds do will come back to you all in much worst payback karam!!

Guru Nanak kirpa Jio_/\_

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acsap    258
8 hours ago, Singh1989 said:

Thas all.

Why should Sikhs be happy for Hindu Independence? Sikhs are still getting killed by Indian govt !!

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OneBeing    31

I read about a sant who saw "Khalsa Raj" in a dream. I dont think he mentioned any country such as "Khalistan". We still had Punjab and the rest of India. There are like 900 plus million sikhs i think and in order to get into punjab, you must know at least Japji sahib off by heart.

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on a lighter note this is soo cringeworthy 

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