The Tribune 26 July 2017
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann:
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that The Tribune has always been a very great admirer of Mr. Ramdev who has said several times that he will sever heads of thousands who do not chant the Hindu slogan Bharat Mata Ki Jai. We have challenged this statement of terror several times stating that the Sikh’s will never chant this extremist slogan. In several places in the province of Uttar Pradesh radical bodies of the BJP-RSS have caught hold of innocent, peaceful Muslim’s and made them utter this Hindu slogan. After that such recordings are made public to show the Muslim’s in a bad light. This is well known to The Tribune and its Editor Mr. Harish Khare. But Mr. Khare never prints anything that would go against the radical Hindu script.
It is not known in the public that the news prints which The Tribune publishes its newspaper, is highly subsidised by the government. The Tribune and Mr. Khare print full page advertisements of Mr. Ramdev and the “medicines” he manufactures and sells. Some responsible CPM Members of Parliament have said that Mr. Ramdev crushes human bones, grinds them into powder and mixes it with the so called “medicines” he manufactures and sells. This is also known to The Tribune and its Editor.
Wherever the Sikh’s are concerned The Tribune and its editor Mr. Khare invariably uses the derogatory and defamatory term of terrorist, extremist, radical and hardliner, whenever this newspaper of Mr. Khare writes about the Sikh’s. On the other hand Mr. Khare never uses these terms for the Hindu’s like Mr. Ramdev who is currently in the dock, never appears before the court mentioned above and is a Hindu state sponsored terrorist and a fugitive from the law.
In THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State) Hindu’s who propagate non-state and state terrorism against the minorities and the Dalits, stand on a higher pedestal and are above the law as in the case of Premier Narinder Modi when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat state in 2002, he had over 2000 innocent Muslim’s massacred in cold blood, besides having their women folk raped publicly by the BJP-RSS scallywags and what is worse that these gory and inhuman scenes were video-graphed by the BJP-RSS for posterity to show the Muslim’s in bad light. If such acts are not state terrorism then what other acts would define state terrorism? We must ask The Tribune and its editor Mr. Khare for a response and why he does not call a spade a spade?
We would advice all libraries in the world and think tanks who source their information on the Sikh’s and the minorities in THIS from The Tribune, Indian Express, Times of India and Hindustan Times to treat these with a pinch of salt because what they write about the Sikh’s is highly exaggerated, scurrilous and untrue. That is the reason why the Sikh’s would prefer foreign journalists and newspaper men to setup their businesses here in the sub-continent which feeds on sole Hindu news.
Simranjit Singh Mann