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Saturday, 15 January 2011

Sher Soorma Gupsy Aujla - Promo Video

**Promo Video To Sher Soorma The New Single By Gupsy Aujla Feat: Dev Dhillon ,Video By Guvy Heer, Dedicated To The Sacrifice & Legacy Of The British Sikh Regiments & The Shaheeds Of World War 1 & 2 - REMEMBER YOUR HISTORY SIKHS**

Thursday, 13 January 2011

RSS Hindu Terrorist Admits Bomb Attacks Were Carried Out By RSS

Hindu holy man Aseemanand in custody over India blasts

Swami Aseemanand Swami Aseemanand (left) allegedly wanted revenge for attacks by Muslim militants on India

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An Indian court has remanded in custody a Hindu holy man accused of a string of bomb attacks previously thought to be the work of Muslim militants.

Swami Aseemanand allegedly admitted to placing bombs on a train to Pakistan, at a Sufi shrine and at a mosque.

He has also allegedly confessed to carrying out two assaults on the southern Indian town of Malegaon, which has a large Muslim population.

He has been remanded in custody for the four attacks until 27 January.


Police say that Mr Aseemanand gave them details of his role in the mosque attack in the city of Hyderabad in 2007 in addition to attacks on a graveyard in Malegaon and a Sufi shrine in Ajmer.


  • February 2007: on the Samjhauta Express train
  • May 2007: on the Mecca Masjid mosque in Hyderabad
  • October 2007: Sufi shrine in the city of Ajmer
  • September 2008: Three bombs in the city of Malegaon

Several Muslim men were arrested for those attacks - and some reports said that they had been tortured. Most are still in custody.

Mr Aseemanand was arrested in November after being in hiding for two years, police said.

According to India's Tehelka magazine, which has obtained a copy of his 42-page confession, he told his interrogators that the attacks on Muslim places were in response to attacks by Islamist militants in India.

It quotes him as saying that many of those involved in the bombings were members of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) - the right-wing parent organisation of India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party.

The bomb attack on the Samjhauta (Friendship) Express train travelling from India to Pakistan in February 2007 killed 68 people. Many of the passengers who died in the incident were Pakistanis returning home.

The 2008 blast in the town of Malegaon killed seven people and left more than 100 injured. A female Hindu priest, Sadhwi Pragya Singh Thakur, and a serving Indian army officer were among 11 people who were arrested in connection with the attack.

In May 2007, at least 14 people were killed in an explosion during Friday prayers at the Mecca mosque in Hyderabad. It is one of India's biggest mosques, and there was rioting afterwards.

And in October 2007, a bomb attack on a famous Sufi Muslim shrine in the city of Ajmer - in the state of Rajasthan - killed two people.

Anger over leaks

Most of these blasts were initially blamed on local militant groups and several Muslim men were arrested for alleged involvement.

But correspondents say the police were unable to make much headway in their investigations.

Opposition politicians were angered recently after leaked diplomatic cables suggested Rahul Gandhi, widely tipped as a future Indian PM, believed Hindu radicals might pose a greater threat than Islamist militants.

According to Wikileaks, Mr Gandhi told a US envoy last year there was some support among Indian Muslims for militants such as Lashkar-e-Taiba.

But he told ambassador Timothy Roemer the greater threat could come from the growth of radical Hindu groups.

Hindu holy man reveals truth of terror attacks blamed on Muslims

By Andrew Buncombe in Delhi

The attack on the Samjhauta Express in 2007 may not have been the work of Muslim militants


The attack on the Samjhauta Express in 2007 may not have been the work of Muslim militants

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India is being forced to confront disturbing evidence that increasingly suggests a secret Hindu terror network may have been responsible for a wave of deadly attacks previously blamed on radical Muslims.

Information contained in a confession given in court by a Hindu holy man, suggests that he and several others linked to a right-wing Hindu organisation, planned and carried out attacks on a train travelling to Pakistan, a Sufi shrine and a mosque as well as two assaults on Malegaon, a town in southern India with a large Muslim population.

He claimed the attacks were launched in response to the actions of Muslim militants. "I told everybody that we should answer bombs with bombs," 59-year-old Swami Aseemanand, whose real name is Naba Kumar Sarkar, told a magistrate during a closed hearing in Delhi. "I suggested that 80 per cent of the people of Malegaon were Muslims and we should explode the first bomb in Malegaon itself. I also said that during partition, the Nizam of Hyderabad had wanted to go with Pakistan so Hyderabad was also a fair target. Then I said that since Hindus also throng [a Sufi shrine in] Ajmer we should also explode a bomb in Ajmer which would deter the Hindus from going there. I also suggested the Aligarh Muslim University as a target."

Police in India have suspected for some time that Hindus may have been responsible for the attacks carried out between 2006 and 2008, and in November of that year several arrests were made, including that of a serving military officer. But the confession of Swami Aseemanand, obtained by an Indian news magazine, is perhaps the most damning evidence yet that Hindu extremists were responsible. It also suggests those involved were senior members of a religious group that is the parent organisation of India's main opposition party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

"The evidence is not conclusive but people have to take notice of this," said Bahukutumbi Raman, a former national security adviser and now a leading regional security analyst. "This could aggravate tensions between India's [Hindu and Muslim] communities. It will create problems."

The revelations in Tehelka magazine, bear added significance following the comments of Rahul Gandhi, widely expected to be a future prime minister, in which he said he believed the growth of Hindu extremists presented a greater threat to India than Muslim militants. According to a cable obtained by WikiLeaks, last year Mr Gandhi told the US ambassador to Delhi, Timothy Roemer: "Although there was evidence of some support for Laskar-e-Taiba among certain elements in India's indigenous Muslim community, the bigger threat may be the growth of radicalised Hindu groups, which create religious tensions and political confrontations with the Muslim community."

At the time, Mr Gandhi's comments were strongly condemned by the BJP. But the main opposition party has been pushed on to the back foot by the testimony of Swami Aseemanand, which suggests many of those involved in the bombing plots were members of religious organisations such as the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

The RSS is considered the BJP's ideological parent. This week, the RSS's leader, Mohan Bhagwat, claimed extremists had been forced out. "Elements nurturing extremist views have been asked to leave the organisation," he said. "A majority of the people whom the government has accused... had left voluntarily and a few were told that this extremism will not work here."

Among the incidents initially blamed on Muslim militants was a bomb attack in February 2007 on the Samjhauta Express, travelling between Delhi and Lahore. Of the 68 deaths, most were Pakistani citizens returning home. The attack took place a day before Pakistan's Foreign Minister was due to arrive in India for peace talks.

Swami Aseemanand was arrested in Haridwar last November, having apparently been in hiding for more than two years. In his 42-page confession to the magistrate, he reportedly claimed he had been spurred into action by a series of Muslim attacks on Hindus, in particular the assault on the Akshardham temple in Gujarat 2002 that left at least 29 people dead. "This caused great concern and anger in me," he said.

The attacks under scrutiny

Samjhauta Express

In February 2007, two firebombs exploded on the train commonly known as the 'Friendship Express' which travels across the Indo-Pakistani border. Most of the 68 victims and 50 injured were of Pakistani origin. Three further unexploded suitcase bombs were later found on the train.

Mecca Masjid

An attack on the Mecca Masjid mosque, which is in Hyderabad's old city, left 14 people dead in May 2007 – with five apparently killed by police firing on a furious mob after the incident. Swami Aseemanand apparently said that the site was chosen because the local administrator wanted to be part of Pakistan during partition.


A famous Muslim shrine in the city of Ajmer in Rajasthan, about 350km south-west of Delhi, was targeted by bomb attacks in October later that year. Two people were killed and 17 injured near the scared shrine, which houses the tomb of a 13th-century Sufi saint. Swami Aseemanand said the blast was intended to deter Hindus from going there.


In September 2008, three bomb blasts killed 37 people in the Muslim-majority city of Malegaon, situated about 160 miles north-east of Maharashtra's state capital, Mumbai. Muslims had been attending prayers when the bombs exploded in a sacred burial ground, also injuring more than 125 people.

Saint Soldier ft. Sukhraj - Farmer Suicide

**EVERY SIKH MUST Watch This Video To See The Reality Of The Situation In Panjab & How Farmers Are Ending Up Committing Suicide.The Hindu Indian Govt. Has Diverted All River Waters,Tax The Farmers,Put The Youth On Drugs,Back Anti Sikh Cults - In This Way They Destroy Families - & Ultimately The Entire Sikh Nation & Our Homeland Of Panjab**

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**We Dedicate This Video To Dal Khalsa International Founder Member Bhai Gajinder Singh,Who Is Still Living In Exile Since 1981.He Has Sacrificed His Entire Life For The Sikh Nation & Khalistan**

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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Derby set for world's first Sikh war memorial 1699 - 1984 Till Now

Derby set for world's first Sikh war memorial


This is the £1m vision for a dedicated memorial in Derby to millions of Sikhs killed in six holocausts and two World Wars.

Planning permission is being sought to build the National Sikh Holocaust and Shaheedi Memorial in Pear Tree.

The granite and sandstone structure would measure more than seven metres high and would be sited near to the National Sikh Heritage Centre on Prince's Street.

It's hoped the project will be entirely funded through donations from the worldwide Sikh community.

The idea is to honour more than 83,000 Sikhs killed in the First and Second World Wars along with millions who died in holocausts in India and Pakistan between 1658 and 1995.

If granted permission, work is due to start on the memorial in spring and should be finished before the end of 2011.

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Gurmit Singh Aulakh Speech New Jersey

**Council Of Khalistan Sardar Gurmit Singh Aulakh Gives His Views On Khalistan,Also Mentions How He & Sardar Manmohan Singh Khalsa Dal Khalsa International Vice President Openly Declared KHALISTAN At The Recent Celebrations Of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji's Gupurab In Nankana Sahib,Pakistan**KHALISTAN ZINDABAD

Dal Khalsa Supports The Original Nanakshahi Calendar Rejects 2011 Hindu-fied Version

**Dal Khalsa Fully Supports The Original Nanakshahi Calendar & Does Not Accept The New Hindu-fied Version ie: Bikrami Calendar,As Said In The Video All The Sikh Sangat Worldwide Celebrated Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji's Gurpurab On The 5th,The New Calendar Does Not Make Sense Nor Does It Have Logic,As The Nanakshahi Did.

Sikhs Do Not Need To Go To Pandits/Bhamans/Bipars To Ask When To Celebrate Gurpurabs,We Condemn The Sell Out Jathedars Who Are Only Doing What The RSS Hindutva Lobby Wants**

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