Premier Modi will return from Bishkek, a somewhat weakened leader. Simranjit Singh Mann.
Times of India dated 14th June 2019
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that without prejudice to the state of Israel, our party is of the opinion that the Hindu Indian state under BJP-RSS with Mr. Narinder Modi as Prime Minister has now finally turned against the Islamic states, wherever they may be.
In 2002 Mr. Modi then the Chief Minister of Gujrat had had over 2000 innocent Muslims massacred in cold blood. The Hindu Indian state has always had a fanatic extremist character of running a theocratic Hindu state. With the coming of the fanatic rightwing BJP-RSS state under Premier Narinder Modi it has now openly come out supporting all anti Islamic policies. The gloves are off.
The state of Kashmir is a point where the majority Muslims are under the tight jack boots of the Hindu states army and function under a barbaric law AFSPA under which the armed forces can kill, maim, kidnap, abduct, any person in that state with impunity, though this law is ultra vires the article 21 of the Constitution, which clearly states that no person can be deprived of his life and liberty without the procedure laid down by law.
In the ECOSOC vote in the UN, while the Western countries supported Israel along with THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State), China, Russia and Saudi Arabia supported the Palestinian.
Since Premier Modi is in Bishkek holding a meeting with the Chinese and Russian leaders, we think that with this vote by the Hindu state in favour of Israel it is definitely going to strain the relationship with these two countries which are geographically close to the Indian sub-continent.
Russia has recently given two dozen military jets of the latest technology to China, these being Su-35, whereas the Hindu state has been handed down the older Russian Su-30 variety of fighter jets. If Russia has decided to give the Hindu state the S-400 missiles, it has been equally generous in giving China the same S-400 missiles. Therefore, it reads of strong Russo-Sino ties-
in the future, though Premier Modi may be bear-hugging Mr. Putin and Mr. Xi Jinping more tightly at Bishkek.
The strain in Hindu-Islamic relations is getting more pronounced as Islamic Pakistan did not allow the Hindu Premier, Mr. Modi to fly over Pakistani territory to arrive at Bishkek, where the Islamic Premier Imran Khan has also been at this conference with the Russian and Chinese leaders. Here these super leaders have treated Mr. Khan with equal courtesy as they showed to Mr. Modi.
The fact that Premier Modi could not arrive in Bishkek through flying over Islamic Pakistan and had to take a round about route through Oman and Iran, is a slur on the Hindu states standing and prestige.
We think with this vote in favour of Israel, the Hindu Indian state is going to see a further squeeze on its oil imports from Islamic countries.
On his way back to the Hindu state it appears that Premier Modi’s standing and prestige will have the same adverse effect as British Premier Chamberlain’s meeting with German Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler at Munich.
Premier Modi needs to adopt a conciliatory policy towards the minorities-Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, Schedule Castes and the Tribal’s or Aborigines.
Fighting militarily with the Naga’s, Mizos, Manipuris, Tribals in Chattishgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Maharashtra, Orissa, Muslims in Kashmir and the Sikhs has resulted in his country’s military out-stretch, as the borders are left without few reserves.
If the military out stretch could break up the British Empire and the Soviet Union in recent times, the fanatic Hindus who hold the levers of power in THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State), should read the writing on the wall. The Sikhs are a proud nation and have always considered themselves as a sui generis sovereign people’s.
Sikhs in their short history, have never accepted the over-lordship or sovereignty of the Moghals, Afghans, the British and now the Hindus. That’s the way the Sikhs are and that is the way they intend to be in the present and the future.
Simranjit Singh Mann,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),