CONGRATULATIONS to Bradford Sikhs (in North England) for giving the call to attend the candle light vigil to honour the memory of THOUSANDS of innocent Sikhs butchered and/or raped in Delhi and other parts of (Partitioned) India in the wake of assassination of the evil political "WITCH" Maimoona Begum (aka Indira Gandhi) who destroyed the famous Sikh shrine in AMRITSAR, the city where the British had massacred hundreds of innocent people in April 1919 (Jallianwala Bagh massacre).
She was continuing her father's tradition of DESTROYING Hindusthan and the Hindu nation. (Nehru signed the Unconditional Surrender of India in 1947, ceding five provinces to Islam). His daughter acted brutally like an enemy against the SIKHS and later, against the brave TAMILS in Sri Lanka.
The honourable Bradford Sikhs have also given the clarion call to all the Hindus on earth to hold similar candle light vigils to honour the memory of millions of Hindus massacred in KARACHI, MULTAN, LAHORE, PESHAWAR and NOAKHALI before or during that bogus Partition of our sacred Motherland (Hindusthan).
Although the notice is short those who live around BRADFORD should go and join the vigil.
LIVING NATIONS NEVER FORGET THEIR DEAD, and conversely, DEAD NATIONS NEVER REMEMBER THEIR DEAD.
Subject: FW: Sat 8 Nov 2014 : 30 Years On...1984 Remembrance Event, Bradford City Centre
From: Bradford Sikhs [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 04 November 2014 12:16
Subject: Sat 8 Nov 2014 : 30 Years On...1984 Remembrance Event, Bradford City Centre şı
We humbly request your attendance to the following event.
On Saturday 8 November 2014 7pm - 9pm, there will be a Candle Light Vigil in remembrance of the Sikhs killed and inhumanely tortured in Delhi and other parts of India in the organised Sikh Genocide of 1984 - this will be held at the Remembrance Garden in Bradford City Centre.
Location : The Remembrance Garden in Bradford City Centre is located opposite the Hilton Hotel.
There will be candles available, however feel to bring your own.
Background : There are several accounts on what happened from 31 October through to the early part of November of 1984, when the Indian state did little to protect Sikhs and indeed by many accounts some state leaders & officials played key roles in the organised violence, killings and tortures that occurred.
We need to STOP just for a minute, and think if we were one of the victims - killed just for being a Sikh. And your killers...they walk free without charge.
30 Years On we are still short on justice.
We should never forget.
See below for some links to further information on the horrific events that occurred -
We thank you for taking time to read this message. Minorities are being oppressed/killed around the world we need to take a stand against ALL injustices wherever they occur.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday.