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 Updated: April 4, 2009

General Lok Sabha Elections-2009 

The Politics In India and Sikhs

The Bharatiya Janata Party of today is the Indian National Congress of yesterday
Both are one of the same thing for the minorities especially Sikhs in India

TRUTH OF THE ERA was looking then as a reality but finally seen that everything was being done against Sikhs for THE ELUSION OF SIKH SOVEREIGNITY.





(Sikh Tragedy)

Samen Da Sachch (Sikh Dukhant)

By Balbir Singh Sooch


The elusion of Sikh Sovereignty

The Sikh Warriors and Innocents Killed In a Fraudulent Way

Did Sikh Community Leaders Irrespective Of Any Party Suppress The Truth?

Protecting Religion and the Politics of Religion


The dealing for political fame with the religion based minorities in India.

What do Varun Gandhi’s pronouncements mean?

It will be more appropriate to say and conclude that after getting, ‘The Sikh Warriors and Innocents Killed in a Fraudulent Way’ by *Indira Gandhi, **Rajiv Gandhi, ***Pamulaparthi Venkata Narasimha Rao (P. V. Narasimha Rao) active connivance with nationally important communal leaders, it seems, Varun Gandhi was made to choose the shortcut to political fame for including him in the mainstream of leaders who are like L.K. Advani and Narendra Modi, known for subscribing to virulent communal views in India.

The dealing for political fame as usual with the religion based minorities and it is not an isolated case in India.

Did Sikh Community Leaders Irrespective Of Any Party Suppress The Truth?

*Indira Gandhi:

Here are some famous quotes by Indira Gandhi. These quotes reveal Indra Gandhi's thinking and are a guiding light and source of inspiration to others.

1.   Even if I died in the service of the nation, I would be proud of it. Every drop of my blood... will contribute to the growth of this nation and to make it strong and dynamic.

2.   Anger is never without an argument, but seldom with a good one.

3.   Have a bias toward action - let's see something happen now. You can break that big plan into small steps and take the first step right away.

4.   If I die a violent death, as some fear and a few are plotting, I know that the violence will be in the thought and the action of the assassins, not in my dying.

5.   Forgiveness is a virtue of the brave.

6.   Martyrdom does not end something, it only a beginning.

7.   People tend to forget their duties but remember their rights.

8.   My grandfather once told me that there were two kinds of people: those who do the work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group; there was much less competition.

9.   The power to question is the basis of all human progress.

10. You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist.

11. You must learn to be still in the midst of activity and to be vibrantly alive in repose.

**Rajiv Gandhi: 

20 August 1944 – 21 May 1991), the elder son of Indira and Feroze Gandhi, was the 9th Prime Minister of India (and the third from the Nehru-Gandhi family) from his mother's death on 31 October 1984 after the assassination of his mother in 1984 after Operation Blue Star, Indian National Congress party leaders nominated him to be Prime Minister.

***Pamulaparthi Venkata Narasimha Rao (P. V. Narasimha Rao):

(28 June 1921 – 23 December 2004), who was commonly known as P. V. Narasimha Rao, served as the 12th Prime Minister of the Republic of India.  He was also commonly referred to as the Chanakya of modern India for his ability to steer tough economic and political legislation through the parliament at a time when he headed a minority government. His years as Prime Minister also saw the emergence of the Bharatiya Janata Party, a major right-wing party, as an alternative to the Indian National Congress which had been governing India for most of its post-independence history.

Chanakya:       Pamulaparthi Venkata Narasimha Rao (P. V. Narasimha Rao) emerged the Bharatiya Janata Party, a major right-wing party, as an alternative to the Indian National Congress. Rao's term also saw the destruction of the Babri Mosque in Ayodhya which triggered one of the worst Hindu-Muslim riots in the country since its independence.

The Bharatiya Janata Party of today is the Indian National Congress of yesterday
Both are one of the same thing for the minorities especially Sikhs in India

 General Lok Sabha Elections-2009 

Pre-poll an old fashioned exercise to keep away the regional parties from Lok Sabha-An Important Observation about Indian Politics and old strategy for coming General Lok Sabha Elections-2008-09 

Pre-poll image build up an old fashioned exercise seems to be in action for justice to the minorities and downtrodden conspiringly by Congress, central agencies and common agents i.e. of Congress and BJP e.g. SGPC Chief Avtar Singh Makkar as a show of sincerity to remove self created irritants likely to be done away with black list of Sikhs, to have distance from leaders Sajjan Kumar,  Jagdish Tytler etc, accused for the genocide of Sikhs just to keep away the regional parties tarnishing their picture by corrupt practices from the Lok Sabha in the coming elections of parliament of India.  

At the same time, Congress and BJP have hands in glove in order to further project the agenda of Hindutva in the elections to out smart each other for the appeasement of Hindus, the majority community.

The services of projected hard liners as usual, may be in any form anywhere, would be utilized for enhancing the vote bank of the parties differentiated as hard and soft Hindutvas i.e. BJP and Congress.

Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana
March 21, 2008
UPA should collectively fight LS elections: NCP

UPDATED: JUNE 16, 2008


Published: June 15, 2008

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India Needs to Act Tough to Conclude N-deal: US

By Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana

UPA's election manifesto of Lok Sabha Election 2008-09 should not be based on the politics of deception like old practice in India. There must be sincere approach and willingness to accept Indo-US nuclear agreement for providing clean, sustainable energy to eradicate poverty; the outcome of the sixth pay commission must be reasonably beneficial to all equitably including defense forces and Ex-servicemen; the loan exemption policy to the farmers and weaker sections must also be fairly implemented without any flaws and delay.

These should be major achievements to highlight as a vote catching issues in the elections. It is rightly being said that ignoring N-deal would prove as 'great blunder' for India in the present World scenario and now no way India could afford to act ignoring the main stream in face of its unpleasant relations with its neighbouring countries.

The policy of deception followed in practice since long ought to say good-bye in the larger interest of people of India.

Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana

India needs to act tough to conclude N-deal: US

WASHINGTON: Amidst uncertainties looming over the fate of Indo-US nuclear agreement, the US has asked India to go for some "tough choices" in making the deal a possibility.

"... President Bush pressed for the civilian nuclear agreement with India against strong Opposition because he's committed to our long-term strategic partnership. Now India needs to make some tough choices," Commerce Sectary Carlos Gutierrez has said.

Noting that rising demand of energy cannot be ignored, he expressed hope that India will quickly move forward to fully realise the potential of this historic agreement.

"... rising demand for energy is an issue that our countries cant ignore. We believe it's essential to quickly implement the landmark civilian nuclear agreement and bring India into the international nuclear nonproliferation mainstream," he said at United States India Business Council (USIBC) 33rd Anniversary celebrations here.

The United States remains committed to being India's partner in providing clean, sustainable energy. While this includes nuclear power, it also means using other clean energy technologies, he added.

Commerce Minister Kamal Nath had said that the Indo-US nuclear deal has not been shelved and the Indian government is moving forward to evolve a political consensus within the country.

"We are moving toward a political consensus inch by inch. I don't think it has been put away and I am confident that at some point we are going to arrive at this political consensus within India and that's the best way to do it," he said.

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