BBC documentary must be seen by all minorities. Simranjit Singh Mann
The Tribune dated 20th January 2023.
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann: Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that mass murders and massacres of the minorities cannot be hidden though the rightwing extremist BJP-RSS government may try and hide the shame.
The acts of genocide, memoricide, vandalism and ethnocide perpetrated on the Sikhs in Operation Bluestar of 1984 and the subsequent genocide of the Sikhs ordered by Premier Rajiv Gandhi all over the country cannot be hidden either.
In 2000 when President Bill Clinton visited the Hindu Indian state, the Army at the behest of the Union Home Minister L.K. Advani massacred 43 Sikhs in cold blood at village Chitthisinghpura in Kashmir with impunity.
Skeletons in the Hindu Indian states cupboard cannot be hidden. It would be best for the Hindu Indian state to admit the truth.
Even in the mass rape of Muslim Bibi Bano in Gujarat in 2002 and the murders of her relatives who were convicted for life were released prematurely on 15th August 2022 by the Union BJP-RSS Government of Premier Modi. The released Hindu convicts, their feet were washed with the water of the Ganga which is considered pure and heavenly according to the Hindu religion. That water which cleansed the feet of the Hindu convicts was drunk by thousands of people leading to the victory of the BJP-RSS party in the Gujarat polls held last year in 2022.
It is easier as the Bible says for a camel to go through the eye of a needle then a minority to receive justice in the theocratic Hindu state of India.
All Sikhs and minorities should see the BBC documentary on the murderous Hindu rule in the Indian sub-continent.