From Simranjit Singh Mann,
Member of Parliament,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar).

To: The Editor,
The Tribune Group,
Dated 14th December 2023.

Dear Sir,


Please refer to your editorial- “India backs resolution’ dated 14th December 2023 of your newspaper. In this respect our part has been noticing the breakdown of Hindu India’s relationship with the Western democracies, especially with the US and Canada and sympathy with these two countries of Britain, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

The QUAD security alignment has also been endangered by what the Indian External Affairs Ministry’s memorandum to its Embassy’s abroad states that these countries are alloying Sikhs to exercise the freedom of speech and expression.

Besides this the memorandum also asks its missions to gather manual support to counter Sikh marches in the streets and to battle with them, creating a law and order situation, whereas Sikhs use the peaceful means to protest against the tyranny of the Hindu Indian state and its policy of assassinating Sikh leaders here within the Hindu state and abroad. The assassinated Sikh leaders are Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Ripudaman Singh Malik and Sukhdool Singh, all three assassinated by Secret Agencies of the Hindu Indian state in Canada.

In Britain these Agencies have put to death a Sikh activist Avtar Singh Khanda by administering poison like Polonium.

In Islamic Pakistan they have assassinated Parmjit Singh Panjwar and poisoned Lakhbir Singh Rode. In Haryana Deep Singh Sidhu has been put to death, similarly in Punjab Subhdeep Singh Sidhu Moosewala has also fallen to these assassins of the Hindu Indian state.

Mr. Jaishankar the External Affairs Minister spent an un-presidented five days in Britain (11th November to 15th November 2023) meeting the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Foreign Secretary David Cameron, Home Secretary James Cleverly and Labour Shadow Foreign Secretary MP David Lammy and begged them to curtail the right to free speech and expression of the Sikhs in Britain. But they told Mr. Jaishankar, quite bluntly that the British had won this right a thousand years ago in the Magna Carta and it was impossible to ban the Sikhs right to free speech and expression.

The deteriorating relations with the Western democracies have now isolated the Hindu states foreign policy and now it is shifting to support the Islamic countries.

The Islamic countries and the Muslims are deeply hurt by the Hindu Supreme Courts decisions to up hold the abrogation of articles 370 and 35A of the Constitution, which gave autonomy to a majority Muslim state of Jammu & Kashmir.

By following such a opportunist foreign policy, we do not know how the Hindu state will save the nine Indian Naval personnel from been executed in Qatar as they have been awarded capital punishment, which our party does not support, for spying for Israel and the Hindu Indian state.

But the Hindu Indian state is not ready to repair its bruised relations with the Sikhs, as there is no Sikh Member of the Cabinet of Premier Narendra Modi’s Union Cabinet. No Sikh judge in the Supreme Court and Election Commission, no Sikh Chief Justice of any High Court in THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State), no Army General in the Army, Navy and Air Force or Para Military Forces, no Sikh Administrator in Jammu & Kashmir. No probe into the massacre of 43 Sikhs in Village Chitthisinghpura of Kashmir, which took place on the visit of former US President Bill Clinton in 2000. The army murdered these Sikhs in cold blood.

The American FBI must also probe this massacre as Medellin Albright the Secretary of State who accompanied President Clinton mentions this gruesome crime in her Memoirs.

The Sikhs feel a deep hurt that elections to their Parliament the SGPC (Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee) which came into being by an act of law in 1925, its elections have not been held for the last thirteen years, as a result the Sikhs as a separate nationality have lost their democratic rights.

Yesterday, was another attack on the Hindu Indian states Parliament by dissatisfied Hindu attackers, this indicates that the Hindu Indian state is incapable of defending its most important institution, the Parliament, which houses over 800’s Member of Parliament. This indicates a deteriorating administration of the country and I as a Member of Parliament being a Sikh, am not allowed to speak in Parliament by the extremist rightwing Speaker Mr. Om Birla and the majoritarians. This is a great let down.

Thanking you.

Yours Faithfully,

Simranjit Singh Mann,
Member of Parliament.

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