Sikhs under attack after start of movement


Kabul Gurdwara blast

Since the Sikhs have started the Sikh for Justice referendum around the world, the Sikhs have been constantly being targeted.

The recent arrests of key Sikh leaders, including Navjot Singh Sadhu, the targeted killing of Sikh artists, including the recent assassination of Sadhu Musa Wala, and the crackdown on pro-peasant movement Sikh leaders are just a few.

RAW agents are active throughout Europe, while propaganda campaigns against the Sikhs are being waged in the United States and in the West to break the momentum of the Khalistan movement.

Due to the strong links between RAW and ISIS, Sikhs continue to be targeted in Afghanistan as well.

It is incomprehensible that the Sikh places of worship, which have been inhabited for centuries, have been continuously targeted, even though they have nothing to do with the ongoing civil war in Afghanistan.

According to the investigation, Indian nationals were involved in some of these blasts.

According to sources, the purpose of these RAW operations is to create fear and panic among the Sikhs so that they abandon the Khalistan movement.

* Such attacks are likely to continue until the followers of the Sikh religion recognize the supremacy of the Brahmin Hindus and renounce the demands of the Khalistan movement and become part of a united India.