Moving towards a failed state. Simranjit Singh Mann

The Tribune dated 13-March-2022

Shriomani Akali Dal (Amritsar) States that as our Party has opined earlier that there are no Sikh Army Commanders in the Western, Northern, Eastern and Central Commands, which are all face to face with Communist China’s PLA. Further talks with Communist China will not yield any results in the debacle of 2020, wherein the Hindu Indian state surrendered 900sq kms of Ladakh territory to Communist China. Sikh’s have vast experience in warfare in Northern India and it was General Jagjit Singh Arora and General Shubag Singh who created the new state of Bangladesh in 1971. After defeating Ahmed Shah Abdali in the battles of Kup, Qutba and Ghalian in 1762 no invader came into the Punjab and Hindustan after this battle of 1762 fought valiantly by the formidable axis of the Sikh Misls. The Hindu Indian state keeps trying with its present communal Hindutva policy against Communist China, but these will all prove futile. The intelligence agencies are not co-operating with the Hindutva Union Government. They do not stand by the Government. Even the National Security Advisor is so shocked after the first 2020 defeat in Ladakh that he has not uttered a word thereafter, as he has failed to inform the Government of a forthcoming events in Afghanistan and Russia – Ukraine. These are grave embarrassments. This is so because of the massive failure of the intelligence agencies which he Commands. We hope Premier Nerandra Modi will not take to fiddling like Nero after the EVM’s have given him victory in all the states including Punjab. The future of the frontiers appears dim as the defence ministry has been firing off missiles in various directions, having lost control over the firing pins. These are indications of a failed state, never mind the Hindutva propaganda of its print and electronic media.

Simranjit Singh Mānn,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),
facebook page: @sardarsimranjitsinghmann

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