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With the changing geo politics in the region, Shriomani Akali Dal (Amritsar) does not think the BJP – RSS will be able to push out Communist China from the present territories it has occupied in Ladakh. Simranjit Singh Mānn

With the changing geo politics in the region, Shriomani Akali Dal (Amritsar) does not think the BJP – RSS will be able to push out Communist China from the present territories it has occupied in Ladakh. Simranjit Singh Mānn

The Tribune Dated 9th August, 2020

Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that we are happy to state that the Hindu Indian state has realized at long last that it is wise to send a Major General for talks with his Communist Chinese counterpart Major General Lin Liu. In the several meetings before this one the Hindu state not only humiliated itself but also a senior Lt. General Harinder Singh to parley with the Communist Chinese Major General Lin Liu.

All these mishaps occur because the Hindu state has no experience in state craft as the Hindu has never had a sovereign state of his own in history, save the mythical state of Ayodhya.

In the map printed in The Tribune we are at a loss to know where the LAC lies. Is it the 1913-14 McMahan Line or wherever? The Hindu state and its press is shy and hesitant to print the 39,000 Sq. Kms. of territory which it surrendered to Communist China in 1962. We are again at sea because presently the Hindu state and its media refuses to tell us how much more territory Communist China has gobbled up since April this year, under the BJP – RSS regime of Premier Nerandra Modi.

Do we think that by constructing the Ram Temple at Ayodhya over the demolished Islamic Babri Masjid we have compensated the losses we have suffered in Ladakh in 1962 and now since April this year? This is all legerdemain, chicanery and sorcery(Trantrikism) of the Hindu Indian state.

We want to know that if Communist China has occupied more territory in the Depsang Plains, which is strategic to maintain logistics to the DBO Airstrip, the Karekoram region and the 255 Kms. Darbuk-Shyok DBO road, why in the first place was Communist China allowed to occupy these vantage points?

If Communist China had moved fast onto these vantage points, why since Ladakh is a vast territory, why the Hindu states army could not have occupied an equal amount of territory which Communist China claims and occupies as its own? Then barter could have taken place.

Now that the Hindu state has allowed Communist China to get on to the pigs back and the Communists have become strong in the region by grouping with Russia, Iran, Islamic Pakistan and perhaps Turkey may also join this setup, we ask how Premier Modi and his BJP – RSS, which has caused so many divisions internally within the country is going to push Communist China out of the territory it has occupied?

Premier Modi must recall the prophetic words of Abraham Lincoln who said that a house divided against itself cannot stand. He must also recall that the Lahore Darbar (Sikh Empire 1799 – 1849) had annexed Kashmir from Afghanistan in 1819 and before this annexation Kashmir was a province of Afghanistan. The same Lahore Darbar annexed Ladakh in 1834. Today with the fresh cartography of Jammu Kashmir, Leh and Ladakh there is no Sikh administrator in either of these territories.

Even in the Union Government Premier Modi has not thought it worth his while to appoint a Sikh Member of his Cabinet who would hold a prominent Cabinet post which a Sikh traditionally held in the past, that being the Foreign, Home, Finance and Defence portfolios.

Now presently the Hindu states army has no access to PP- 10, PP- 11, PP – 11A, PP – 12 and PP – 13 in Ladakh. It would be good if the Hindu state comes out with the truth and prints a White Paper on the losses that have been inflicted on it since April this year.

Facta non Verba,

Never Give In.

Simranjit Singh Mānn,

President,

Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),

Email: simranjitsinghmann@yahoo.com

website:www.akalidalamritar.in

facebook page: @sardarsimranjitsinghmann

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