Do the Sikhs have the right to strike at the roots of Hindu Indian terrorism, if Mr. Jaitley’s comparison with the US is correct? Simranjit Singh Mann
The Tribune 28th February 2019
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that Mr. Arun Jaitley, a right wing Hindu BJP-RSS leader and Union Minister knows very well that the US is a super nuclear power. He cannot compare his communal Hindu country- THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State) with the United States of America.
If he thinks that the Hindu state is equal in status to the US then like the US naval patrols that keep a consistent surveillance in the South China Sea his Union Government must follow suit and send such the Hindu states naval patrols to the South China Sea.
While making such bombastic statements he must assess his own personality which we think is a betrayal of his Hindu Indian states patriotism. For a minor kidney operation he spends crores of his country’s wealth by getting himself operated in the US.
We ask if his country is as powerful as the US then is there any precedent of an American Cabinet Minister going abroad to any country for medical treatment.
His constitution’s article 14 states that every citizen is equal before the law. Now there are lacks of citizens awaiting treatment for cancer and kidney transplants. Can they go to the US to have themselves treated medically?
We think the RSS and his party BJP must take cognizance of these foolish and stupid statements of Mr. Jaitley lest he puts his RSS and BJP into trouble.
Mr. Jaitley states that he is against terrorism. An English phrase states that one man’s food is another man’s poison. As such if he is against terrorism then we Sikhs are against Hindu Indian state’s terrorism. He must tell us whether the Sikhs a sui generis sovereign nation have the right to strike at the roots of the Hindu states terrorism? After all if the US and the Hindu Indian state reserve the right to strike at cross border terrorism then the sauce for the goose being the sauce for the gander, the Sikhs must have the same right. Answer this Mr. Jaitley.
Simranjit Singh Mann