1984 - A Sikh Story





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Key Questions:
if this was about Bhindranwale why were 35 other Gurdwaras in Punjab attacked?

what about:
Operation woodrose?
Killing of Sikhs in 1978 peacefully protesting against nakali nirankari group?
Anti sikh pogrom in delhi?
Operation black thunder?
Operation rakshak?
Operation mand?
Operation search?
Operation shudi karan?
All the State Sponsored Terrorism & Black Cats in the disguise of Sikhs unleashed on Punjab by RAW & Para Military groups?
Extra judicial killings & Torture of Sikhs by Punjab Police?
Was Indira Gandhi not a politician?
Did she not use undemocratic emergency legislation to maintain her control on the country?
Did taking a hardline stance and attacking a minority group not benefit her in upcoming elections?
The India Location Producer for this video is Mandeep Bajwa. Is this the same Mandeep Bajwa who is a member of the Congress party that orchestrated both Bluestar and the Delhi Pogrom? Is he not biased?

This has not just happened to Sikhs, other minorities in India have been attacked in organised Pogroms for more info please view independent human rights organisations websites above or read the following books:

Fighting for Faith and Nation: Dialogues with Sikh Militants (Contemporary Ethnography)
by Cynthia Keppley Mahmood (Paperback - 1 Nov 1996)

The Gallant Defender
by A R Darshi

When A Tree Shook Delhi: The 1984 Carnage and Its Aftermath
by Manoj Mitta and H.S. Phoolka (Hardcover - 1 Jan 2007)

Issues of Manushi

Gangster Rule: The Massacre of the Sikhs in 1984 Issue: 25; Date Nov/Dec 1984
Organised Riots Against The Sikhs: Petition To the Supreme Court Issue: 25; Date Nov/Dec 1984
The 1984 Elections: United We Fall Into The Trap of Manipulators Issue: 26; Date Jan/Feb 1985
A Ray of Hope: Prabhu Dayal: A Martyr who Died Saving Others Issue: 26; Date Jan/Feb 1985
Those Who Remain: Nagrik Ekta Manch Volunteers Report Issue: 26; Date Jan/Feb 1985
The Struggle to Make Government Fulfill its Promises: Volunteers Report On Government Relief and Compensation Issue: 26; Date Jan/Feb 1985
Lest We Forget Issue: 26; Date Jan/Feb 1985
"From Day to Day, Envisioning Tomorrow" Issue 36 Date Sept/Oct 1986
Changing the Rules of Political Game: Tribute to the Memory of Prabhu Dayal Issue 39; Date Mar/Apr 1987
Need to Re-establish Links: Discussions with Sikh Communities in North America Issue 41; Date Jul/Aug 1987

Violent Deaths and Enforced Disappearances During the Counterinsurgency in Punjab, India - Romesh Silva, Jasmine Marwaha, Jeff Klingner - Jan 2009

Protecting the Killers - Human Rights Watch 2007

Twenty Years of Impunity - Jaskaran Kaur 2004

Sikh Struggle: Origin, Evolution and Present Phase
by Ram Narayan Kumar & Georg Sieberer

A complex denial: Disappearances, secret cremations, and the issue of truth & justice in Punjab
by Ram Narayan Kumar

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