LETTER TO SONIA GANDHI. "RECOGNISING" THE ALIEN.
Date: 29 Jul 2009
letter to SONIA GANDHI (KHAN).
It reminds us of ZAFAR NAMA by Guru Gobind Singh ji to Emperor AURANGZEB who was determined to convert all to his ISLAM.
Why should Sonia's love for her POPE be less?
THE ROT IN BROKEN BHARAT STARTS & ENDS WITH THE SPINELESS HINDUS. THOUGH THE MAJORITY COMMUNITY THEY ARE MOST WILLING TO SERVE THE INTERESTS OF ISLAM AND THE POPE. THEY WOULD FEEL HONOURED TO DRINK THE WATER THAT COMES OFF SONIA'S FEET. THAT IS HINDU SELF ESTEEM.
NOW TO THIS LETTER BY THE HONOURABLE SIKHS: WE UNDERSTAND
WHEN THE PARENTS ARE INVALID IN BED, CHILDREN GO BEGGING.
Letter to Madame Sonia Gandhi
Harbans Singh Aujla
Tuesday, 28 July 2009
Letter to Madame Sonia Gandhi
Madame Sonia Gandhi
All India Congress Party
Mr. Rahul Gandhi
All India Congress Committee
I would like to direct your mind to an urgent and critical matter. As you are aware, India is a highly diverse nation. As such, we should acknowledge and respect the diversity. The regional races in India include Dravidum, Aryans amongst religions and cultures. India does not currently support its diversity.
Under Article 25 of the Indian Constitution, Freedom to Religion, Sikh persons are denied their right to religious freedom as a separate and distinct group. Sikh persons are grouped with Hindu, Buddhist and Jain persons, which effectively deny Sikh persons their own separate religious identity. This clustering reflects India’s historical wrong doing of failing to recognize certain members of its population.
In 1954, the Indian Government abolished the Sikh Anand Marriage Act of 1909, thereby forcing Sikh persons to register their marriages under the Hindu Marriage Act. The Government of India’s actions effectively forced the assimilation of Sikh persons with Hindu persons; thus, denying the Sikh persons their right to freedom of religion. In 2003, the Government of India set up a Commission to investigate Article 25, Freedom to Religion grievances of Sikh persons. The Commission recommended and advised amendments to Article 25 in order to acknowledge Sikh persons separately and distinctly from Hindu persons.
Recognizing India’s diversity will heal wounds. Making India a unilingual State will radicalize minority groups. India will become a stronger and united nation if it recognizes minority rights. Operation Bluestar reflects the shameful decisions of the Indian Government. Mr. Rahul Gandhi has already expressed that the events of 1984 were tragic and appalling wrongs of the Indian Government.
As a leader of India, you must find the courage and moral strength to stitch the old wounds and reconcile the lies of the past with the present. As a result of the injuring the dignity of the Sikhs, you must rebuild their trust. You must offer an unequivocal apology to the Sikh persona and appeal for their forgiveness for the previous Government’s acts of condemnation. This healing package by you will defeat the rule of darkness of broken trust. By forging to heal past wounds, you will defeat the past acts of ignorance and prejudice that divided India. Further, recognizing and protecting minority rights instead of forcing assimilation and integration will undo past betrayal and mistrust. Recently, the Canadian Government issued an apology for its past wrongs of prejudice and betrayal to certain minority groups. We therefore urge you to
1-adopt the recommendations of the 2003 Commission to investigate Article 25, Freedom to Religion to acknowledge Sikh persons separately and distinctly from Hindu persons;
2-reinstate the Anand Marriage Act of 1909; and
3-mandate that the Indian Ministry of Broadcasting adopt the Punjabi national greeting of “Sat sri akal” along with “Namaskhar” on state controlled radio and television stations in Punjab. Presently, the Sikh greeting is banned.
We look forward to the action outlined above to encourage diversity we believe in through out India to reflect 21ST century. We sincerely know that the Sikh persons will greatly support and appreciate these corrections. We look forward to hear from you at your earliest convenience.
Harbans Singh Aujla
THE GOVERNOR OF (EAST) PUNJAB
He has some unique qualities which hardly any other GOVERNOR on earth has. Here are some:
He wan NOT born in the State. (So what? You may say, even Sonia was not born in India.)
He doesn’ speak the language of the natives. (So what? Most people in Punjab do know English. And those who don’t are simply peasants. Why should be bother about rustic peasants of Punjab. After all, he is the Governor.)
He is neither Hindu nor Sikh. (So much the better. He will be neutral between the two. In any case religion is irrelevant in a secular state. You should read the Constitution, leaving out Article 370.)
He is never seen entering a gurdwara. (Nor does Gordon Brown, yet he is respected by all the Sikhs living in England. When Gen Rodrigues goes to church it is for the SAME God there. Isn’t it so?
He does not speak up for Chandigarh to be the sole capital of one State instead of being the capital of two at the same time? (So what? Nothing is wrong in sharing and caring. India is even going to propose that there should be ONE President for both India and Pakistan.
He doesn’t want to become a Sikh. (Of course he is looking towards Soniaji . Whe she becomes a Hindu Gen Rodrigues, too, will become a Sikh.)
So tell me why should the Governor of Punjab not be a Catholic? Are you prejudiced or biased?
Such questions are irrelevant in a country where one’s friend is also one’s foe.