The Tribune 10th September 2018
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann:
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that our party has learnt that Mr. Boris Johnson was asked to put in his resignation papers as there were reports from MI5 that Mr. Johnson had liaisons with some ladies of loose morals just as previously War Minister John Profumo had with Ms. Christine Keeler. We have also learnt that Mr. Johnson was married to a lady with high morals, who was a Sikh. Sikh’s generally do not keep relations with life-partners that cheat. As such the Sikh lady has thrown him overboard and sought a divorce, which the lady has now got. We hope the Sikh’s in Great Britain would rally around the virtuous Sikh lady and ensure that she gets a deserving alimony.
Simranjit Singh Mann
Our party also wants to know from various sources who deal in international affairs, that in 1983 and 1984 the cold war between the West, especially USA and UK against the Soviet Union was at its height. It was so dangerous that it was thought that the Western powers and the Soviet Union may clash, resulting in a nuclear war. Since this was the precarious situation between the two blocks, how then did the government of Great Britain under Premier Margaret Thatcher lend military support to Indira Gandhi’s Indian army which colluded with the Soviet army and the three nuclear armed states attacked the stateless Sikh’s in an ingress into their holiest shrine the Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple) at Amritsar in 1984 which came to be known as the shameful Operation Bluestar. Were the stateless Sikh’s so powerful that they had to be dealt with militarily by three nuclear armed states- Great Britain, Soviet Union and THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State)?
And why is Her Majesty’s government denying access to these papers which would shed light on this barbaric and savage act on Operation Bluestar. On 6th June 1984 the combined armies of these three nuclear armed states slaughtered innocent, peacefully assembled 26,000 Sikh pilgrims of whom many were women, children and the elderly. These are War Crimes.
Simranjit Singh Mann