Another form of terrorism... By Ali
03 October, 2013
Addressing the 68th UN General Assembly, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh raised serious concern over the terrorism coming to India from across the border. He also spoke on the Security Council's reforms and reiterated that diplomacy be given a chance in resolving the crisis in Syria and Iran. If the honourable prime minister had viewed The New Indian Express of September 4, 2013 before addressing the UN General Assembly, he would certainly have added a few lines in his speech regarding the deplorable condition of the Sikh community in India. According to The New Indian Express, the US Federal Court in New York has summoned Sonia Gandhi for shielding and protecting leaders and workers of her party who were allegedly involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The 27-page complaint against Sonia Gandhi alleges that between November 1 and 4, 1984, about 30,000 members of the Sikh community "were intentionally tortured, raped and murdered by groups that were incited, organised, controlled and armed" by the ruling Congress party.
It seems 'Incredible India' has become hell not only for the Sikh community but for all other minorities as well. Be it the Muslims or the Christians, the Buddhists or the Sikhs, it is the fate of all of them to face bloody genocide and ruthless massacre time and again. More unfortunate is the fact that those involved in this type of cruelty are always awarded and honoured at the national level. The petition filed in the US Federal Court against Sonia Gandhi is proof that the Sikhs are not only maltreated in India but are also denied justice. Justice denied is also a form of terrorism. Let us see what the US Federal Court does to crush this kind of terrorism. Whatever the fate of this petition is, one thing is very clear: the Sikh community is not going to support the Congress in the upcoming elections.
PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER