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Borrowed feathers never shine- Simranjit Singh Mann.

Borrowed feathers never shine- Simranjit Singh Mann.

The Tribune dated 9th October 2019

Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann

Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that what the Hindu states Defence Mininster Mr Raj Nath Singh means is that before France gave his country the Rafale fighter plane his country’s air force was toothless.

 

What is more shameful is that France rose from the ashes after World War 2 as its defence industry was destroyed by Nazi Germany. After 1945 France has built a formidable defence industry. On the other hand, Mr Raj Nath Singh’s country THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State) received its independence in 1947. If France now has a first class armed force, armed with indigenous weapons, the Hindu state cannot produce a warship, jet fighter, tank that it can call its own.

 

In the Kargil conflict, 1999, with Islamic Pakistan, the then Union Ministry under Premier Vajypee had to import coffins from the US to bring its fallen soldiers home and even in the import of these coffins the BJP-RSS Union Government of Vajypee took heavy kickbacks and the officials, BJP-RSS musclemen dealing with the import of coffins enriched themselves on the sacrifices made by its country’s soldiers. It is a pity the Hindu state still doesn’t have a defence industry on which their country can pride itself.

Today in Kashmir, Maharastra, Chattisgarh its armed forces are committing humongous crimes against humanity as the UN SC and UN Human Rights Commission looks on helplessly.

 

We can only surmise that the United Nations is on its last legs just as the League of Nations collapsed after Japan, Italy and Germany began violating the sovereignty of other countries with impunity. The Sikh Nation stands for a strong United Nations and its Security Council that can stop the breach of human rights with the authority of the mandate it received after World War 2.

 

Simranjit Singh Mann,
President,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),
email: simranjitsinghmann@yahoo.com
website: www.akalidalamritsar.in
facebook page: @sardarsimranjitsinghmann

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