MUSLIMS WERE ONCE MY FRIENDS AND NEIGHBOURS EXACTLY AS THEY ARE YOURS TODAY.
THEN SUDDENLY THE WHOLE OF CLUELESS, COMPLACENT, COWARDLY AND FOOLISH HINDU NATION WAS SURPRISED JUST LIKE THE MIGHTY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2001.
The entire FREE, SECULAR, DEMOCRATIC, DECENT and PEACE LOVING world ought to FIND OUT as to what happened to the "sleeping coolie colony of India" on August 15, 1947, and how the vast sub continent was made to eat the muck & dust of defeat and humiliation, and forced into surrendering ONE THIRD OF HER TERRITORY UNCONDITIONALLY, TO THE SAVAGE, SEPARATIST, FOLLOWERS OF MOHAMMAD OF MECCA.
..........From: "STERN RECKONING" by GD KHOSLA, O.U.P.
On March 5, 1947, rioting had spread to almost all parts of Lahore. Hindus and Sikhs were stabbed in Gumti Bazaar, Kinari Bazaar, Kasera Bazaar and Rang Mahal. The police pickets suddenly disappeared from these localities. Shops were looted and burnt. A Muslim mob assisted by National Guards arrived in Rang Mahal and began to loot the shops. The non-Muslim residents offered resistance. Thereupon a Muslim Sub Inspector with a police party arrived on the scene and opened fire upon the non-Muslim defenders. A Hindu young man had the temerity to make a protest to the Sub Inspector, and, on this, the Sub Inspector overpowered him and shot him dead. Instances of this type were reported from several localities of Lahore. A numbe4r of houses and shops in different parts of the city, all owned or occupied by non-Muslims, were destroyed by fire. There was hardly any traffic on the Mall. Schools were closed down and it became unsafe for children to venture out even in the middle of the day. Tension and anxiety increased on all sides, though the first fury of the rioting died down after three or four days, and on March 11, there was quiet in the city although the streets were completely deserted and all shops were shut.
On March 14, Mr. Nehru and Sardar Baldev Singh (NB: We would now call one "BANDIT NEHRU" and the other "CLUELESS SIMPLETON STUPID SIKH) paid a visit to Lahore and were horrifie3d to see the damage done by the hooligans
Riots began in Amritsar almost simultaneously. On March 6 the train from Batala was stopped by a Muslim mob at Sharifpura, a suburb of Amritsar. (NB: ANTI INFIDEL MUSLIMS HAD INFESTED EVEN THAT SACRED SIKH CITY ON EARTH CALLED AMRITSAR). Several Hindu and Sikh passengers were killed and when the train reached Amritsar, pools of blood were seen in many compartments. The women’s compartment contained a number of dead bodies.
A Hindu Magistrate posted at Amritsar had gone to Lahore for a day's holiday. He hurried back to duty, and, outside the railway station, he saw a crowd of frightened and excited men rushing from the direction of the city. They were shouting that firing had begun. Picking his way with difficulty through this mob he reached home and rang up the District Magistrate for instructions.
To his astonishment, the District Magistrate ordered him to go to the hospital and record the statement of injured persons. At the hospital he saw heads almost severed from bodies, bellies ripped open with intestines protruding from the wounds, arms and legs chopped off and all kinds of horrible injuries. (NB: Muslims are known to cut and chop their human victims like the sheep.)
Many of the patients could hardly speak and anything they said could not stay the holocaust proceeding in the city. On March 7, Amritsar was reported to be a veritable inferno.
Fires were raging in different parts of the city. Non-Muslim shops in Hall Bazaar, Katra Jaimal Singh and the surrounding areas were destroyed or greatly damaged. By the next day 140 deaths had been recorded at the mortuary; the actual number of dead and wounded far exceeded these figures. Many dead bodies were consumed by the fire, others were buried under the debris of fallen buildings.
It appeared that the British Deputy Commissioner and the Police officers had lost their heads and did not possess the ability or the courage to deal with the situation. The District Magistrate displayed an amazing degree of indifference towards all calls for help and the Muslim Deputy Superintendent of Police declined to risk the lives of his policemen and proceed to the city from where huge columns of fire and smoke could be seen rising, while the shrieks of the frenzied mob and their victims added to the confusion and horror of the scene.
It was, however, soon clear that this indifference and lack of courage were due to a callous disregard of the non-Muslim life and property, for it was observed that very few Muslims suffered during this preliminary phase of disturbances. All factories, save one, owned by non-Muslims within the jurisdiction of ‘D’ Division Police Station, were burnt down.
The Jawala Flour Mill alone stood in tact, and supplied food to the city. If this mill were destroyed the whole of Amritsar would have starved. The Deputy Inspector General of Police was persuaded to depute a guard of Hindu policemen for its protection. A day later the Hindu policemen were replaced by Muslims, apparently under the directions of the Muslim Deputy Superintendent of police. When a Hindu Magistrate rang up the District Magistrate and asked him to call in the military and declare Martial Law, the later merely swore and banged the telephone receiver down.
The non-Muslim officers were placed in positions from which they could make no contribution towards efforts to restore peace. They were entrusted with routine duties of patrolling the Civil Lines and the suburbs. They were frequently sent out on a wild goose chase to stop imaginary Sikh “jathas” (groups) said to be converging towards the town. Muslim Magistrates, assisted by Muslim Police officials, were in charge of the city and lent their support and connivance to the miscreants.
The Muslim hooligans were well organised mobs carrying their own ambulance arrangements. Doctors in white overalls and stretcher bearers accompanied them on their raids. The Muslim League agitation of January and February had prepared them for this event and they had acquired a sense of cohesion and solidarity.
On the other hand, weeks of quasi peaceful processions, when no open conflict between the communities took place, had lulled the non Muslims into a false sense of security, and when the Muslim assault began they were taken completely unawares. They suffered grievously both in life and in property.
Stern Reckoning by GD KHOSLA. OUP ISBN: 019 562417 3. (end of p. 103)
Most HINDUS, having inherited genes of goats, do not dare to mention PARTITION OF INDIA or talk about it, leave aside reading or buying a book giving details of events in those days when their India was being "KILLED IN THE MANNER OF HALAAL" by her own indigenous MUSLIMS.