Why Sikh Celeberated MODI oath ceremony as Black Day
“Dr Awatar Singh Sekhon (Machaki) Comments”
Aslaam O Alaikum!
Indeed, I fully agree with your call of 26th May, 2014, to boycott the swearing in ceremony of criminal Narender Modi, whose administration carried out the “Genocide of Muslims of Gujarat” in 2002-2003, in which more than 15,000 innocent Muslims (unborn infants, their pregnant mothers’ stomachs slashed, fetuses removed) were butchered by the mad Hindus-Brahmins fundamentalists and militants, and raped them before these helpless women died.
In fact, the Hon Mr Justice A Qadri of the Gujarat High Court had no choice but to say that “Article 14 of the Indian Constitution had been rendered ineffective.” The Article 14 provides protection to the Indian citizens. I would imply that Article 14 gives protection to the Hindus-Brahmins subjects only and not to the non-Hindus-Brahmins minorities. That’s where the Brahmins-Hindus’ India stands for the followers of the “Hindi, Hindu (Brahmins included) and Hindutav.” What a hypocrisy of the largest democracy of the world, so to speak.
Yes, I fully support you to not only boycott the “swearing in ceremony of Modi and colleagues, but this day of the 26th May, 2014, will be one of the darkest day in the de-colonized India on 15th August, 1947.
On this day of 1947, the Sikhs Holy and Historic Homeland Punjab alias the Sikh Nation was “robbed” by the unelected leaders of the Indian National Congress Party and the Sikh representatives under the leadership of Tara Singh Master (Akalis) watched the daylight robbery of their Sikh Nation alias Punjab of 15th August, 1947, with their eyes closed, ears plugged and mouth sealed.
Thank you kindly for your calling the forthcoming 26th May, 2014, as the “Darkest Day” of Narender Modi’s oath taking ceremony.
Best wishes and warmest regards.
Awatar Singh Sekhon (Machaki)