Who is the enemy ? Is a leader of a democracy leading a march or a Banana Republic Leader? Simranjit Singh Mann.
The Tribune dated 16th October 2019
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that the Sikh Guru’s created a strong Khalsa in 1699 when X Guru Gobind Singh administered the Amrit to the Panj Piara’s. The intention of the Guru’s was that the Khalsa should be strong in mind and body. As such the Sikh’s were given a strong and unbreakable backbone or spine.
However, from the picture above we see a march on vehicles of Capt. Amrinder Singh, the Congress party Chief Minister of the Punjab. He is surrounded by a heavy body of strong looking police guards carrying automatic weapons.
Two and a half years ago it was announced that he had come into power with a very great mandate. If that was correct that he was elected by a vast majority of voters then we fail to understand why he is surrounded by such a great wall of heavily armed policemen? Is it possible that he was not elected by the people but by the electronic voting machines over which there are great doubts about their veracity and Capt. Amrinder Singh previously was the first politician to raise doubts about their accuracy in counting and tallying the votes.
If the Sikh Guru’s created a Khalsa with a strong and sturdy backbone, we think that now, with the example of the Punjab Chief Minister motoring in a constituency that goes to the votes on 21st October 2019, with such a heavy guard, we feel the spirit of the Khalsa with a strong spine is degenerating into invertebrates. This slide into spineless creatures is due to the fact that the Sikhs today have become the slaves and the underdogs of the Hindutva and their masters, embedded in the BJP-RSS. It is a grave pity that today the Sikhs have recognized the over lordship of the Hindu. Nothing can be so disgraceful, demeaning and down grading to the Sikh Guru’s who created the strong Khalsa with a strong mind and body.
Simranjit Singh Mann.
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),