Let us RISE and teach the treacherous and corrupt "Hindu bashing" All-India Congress Party of Bandit Nehru and Bofors Chor, a lesson.
Please read the following news item from the year 1946. The INA (Indian National Army) officers and men had been interned in jail for their FIGHT for FREEDOM of India. The British were the rulers then.
The patriotic and brave prisoners were sent to different jails across India to await their fate. A few were sent to District Jail MULTAN (our city of Bhagat Prahad that was so easily surrendered by Bandit Nehru to "Mohammed") for trial.
A local lawyer, also a spirited public worker and an intrepide freedom fighter, NANAK SINGH, stepped forward boldly to take up their case when other lawyers had no courage to speak against the British occupation of India.
Nanak Singh took up the case without any hesitation. He pleaded single handed for their release.
He advanced stunning arguments before the British judge about the undesirability of keeping in prison these brave men who acted purely for their country's freedom. He asked the judge, "What would you expect of the British young men if Hitler had occupied England?"
Under the force of such arguments and due to changed world situation in which Britain could no longer keep her colonies, the judge issued orders for their release. There was jubilation in Multan and the INA heroes were given a rousinng welcome.
It is common knowledge that Bandit Nehru looked at them with SCORN and SUSPICION through the eyes of his British masters and never really rehabilitated them in society. They remained outcasts from jobs in public sector. He do not expect Sardar Manmohan Singh to mention them in any public address though he can devote his whole speech to Sonia and her late Crook and "Chor" husband. This is not a subjective statement but the sad reality in today's Bharat.
The story of those heroes has been consigned to OBLIVION by the treacherous Congress rulers since 1947.
This item is being put on List for two reasons: One is to show the real heroes who FACED DEATH or TORTURE in the struggle for freedom, not just "A" class "royal" treatment to Congress leaders when they were sent to jail to write their memoirs and letters, and were fed well.
Second reason is to ask, "How is it that the present Sarkar, who invariably names everything, from buildings, sports events and parks to roads after one (damn useless) Gandhi or another, does not bother to choose such GENUINE heroes as in the news item of 1946 below?
The name "INDIRA GANDHI" stuck on the OPEN UNIVERSITY in New Delhi, therefore, STINKS from a mile.
Those NRI's, who did not leave Bharat just for beer and good time, all must REFUSE to be "slapped" in this way by Corrupt Congress Party back home that is badly misruling the country and BASHING the Hindus besides DISTORTING our history.
..NEWS ITEM IN URDU PUBLISHED IN THE DAILY AJIT, LAHORE
.....................dated March 30, 1946
ROUSING RECEPTION IN MULTAN FOR LIEUTENANT SARDAR SADHU SINGH AND LIEUTENANT UJAGAR SINGH OF INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY (From own correspondent)
Heroic example of Akall Phula Singh vs. the spirit of INA.
Multan 29 March: Upon release from prison, Lt. Sardar Sadhu Singh, Lt. Sardar Ujagar Singh INA, arrived in Gurdwara Bhai Dayal ji in Multan for a rousing reception. The congregation put flower garlands around their necks amidst loud cries of Sat Sri Akal. Both the brave Sikh officers were in perfect Sikh form and shape.
In their speeches they paid tribute to the founders of INA, General Sardar Mohan Singh and NetaJi Subliash Chandra Bose and narrated their glorious deeds and declared that they were willing to pay any price and make any sacnifice for the independence of their country.
They said, the sacrifices and deeds of Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa and Akali Phula Singh and other brave patriots had always served as a guiding torch.
Lt. Ujagar Singh of village Bhangal, Police Station Abohar, District Ferozepur and Lt. Sadhu Singh, resident of village Barwa, Police Station Ration, District Jalandhar were dismissed from army on February 11, 1946 and were released from Multan Camp.
But as they returned to say good bye to their friends, they were re-arrested and charged under Criminal Code.
Sardar Nanak Singh, Pleader, General Secretary Multan Akali Jatha pleaded their case at court voluntarily.
The Diwan (congregation) demanded immediate release of General Mohan Singh, Captain Shingara Singh and Capt. Abdul Rashid and asked the authorities to place Capt. Shingara Singh in a better category than Category C at jail.