Badal Junta Tramples Sikh Dastar in Punjab to Please Hindu Fascists
November 15, 2011
Author/Source: Khalsa Press
Sant Samaj and Takht Jathedars Shamelessly Ignore Ruthless Tactics
In welcoming right-wing Hindu terrorists of the Bhartya Janta Party (BJP) and Vishav Hindu Parishad (BJP), the Badal Regime systematically silenced all opposition protests in which cherished Sikh dastar of the young and old was desecrated openly by the security forces.
The Akali Government, who is in alliance with the right-wing BJP, and the snatanist Sant-Samaj in the upcoming state elections, openly welcomed the Hindu Terrorist leader LK Advani's 'Rath Yatra' to Punjab. Advani is infamous for having approved and celebrated the 1984 invasion of Sri Darbar Sahib that killed thousands of innocents Sikhs and caused the destruction of Sri Akal Takht Sahib.
While Akali Dal Amritsar and Sikh Student Federation activists were being kicked and beaten by the security forces, their dastars thrown on the ground like trash, shameless Sant Smajists, the self-styled babas who have been fleecing the Sikh nation for decades, were holding closed room meetings with Badal Dal representatives in hopes of reserving as many seat as possible for the upcoming Punjab Assembly elections.
Not a peep was heard from these charlatans or the Takht Jathedars in regards to the desecration of the sacred Sikh dastar by the Badal Junta.
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Badal and his Daughter in Law, Welcoming Hindu Militant Leaders's Rath Yatra to Panjab
Protest: Black Flags by Panthic Groups
The Old and Young Beaten Humiliated by the Security Forces
With their Dastars Removed, the Protestors were publicly paraded bare-headed and then locked up in temporary Jail Cells
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