This is today’s 30th March 2023 editorial in The Tribune but below is S. Simranjit Singh Mann’s comments on Bhutan dated 29th March 2023.

Whither Hindustan’s security after Bhutan’s fall?
Press statement of
Simranjit Singh Mann,
Member of Parliament,
Dated 29th March – 2023 – Gomti Flats, Delhi.

Since Parliament has become non-functional since 31 January to 13th February 2023 and afterword from 13 March to the present day 29th March -2023, Members of Parliament cannot bring matters of security to the floor of Parliament.

Our Party asks after Bhutan has agreed with Communist China to examine the borders between these two countries in Doklam, which is a very strategic place for Hindutva ’s security, meaning the Chickens neck, we wonder after Islamic Pakistan Nepal, Bhutan, Burma, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives having fallen to Communist China’s bait, which has successfully made peace between the Islamic Schisms of Shia’s and Sunni’s, and the peoples living on the borders of the Hindu Indian state Sikh’s, Kashmiri Muslims, Mongolian races to the East like Gorkha’s of Dargeling, Mezo’s, Naga’s, Manipuri’s, Arunachlies, ULFA of Assam, in Central India the Tribals of Chattisgarh, Madahya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Maharastra, Orissa, nomenclatured as Naxlites and Maoists, all being militarily fought with, where does our security stand?

Army Chief States 45 percent of military weapons are obsolete, fighter air force squadrons have shrunk, no stealth fighter jets, Navel power weak, experimentation in recruitment policy which is flawed, how will the Hindu Indian state fight a two front war?

To further weaken the country’s defence preparedness USA, the main ally states that democracy with no rule of law, fair judiciary, principles of natural justice and human rights in disarray, our Party asks the BJP- RSS Union Government led by Premier Modi how it intends to meet this challenge democratically, militarily and diplomatically?

The Prime Minister blaming the opposition with all the ills is like a bad carpenter blaming his tools. Our Party strongly supports Premier Modi’s drive against corruption. But seeking a JPC for the ills and corrupt practices of Mr. Gautam Adani also comes within the anti-corruption drive.

As a Member of Parliament I ask the Honourable Speaker of the House and the Leader of the Treasury Benches to give us an answer to these questions as we cannot put them to the Treasury Bench because Parliament has become un- functional.

Our Party is concerned about the un-functional Parliament, the defeat of democracy and its fundamental rules, peoples living on the Western, Northern and Eastern borders who are totally alienated by witch hunts and the breakdown of democracy and safe guards of Human Rights, the un – functional National Human Rights Commission and draconian laws like AFSPA and the revival of the beastly law NSA against the Sikh’s, non-continuation of the Sikh Parliament the SGPC which has become a lame duck Parliament as elections to this House have not been held for the past 12 years, though as per the act of 1925 they should be held every 5 years.

Our Party hopes that Parliament, democracy, Human Rights and good will be restored before Parliament meets on 3rd April 2023.

Simranjit Singh Mānn,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar),
facebook page: @sardarsimranjitsinghmann

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