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Genocide of Sikhs? Who is responsible for all this silence and a shamefull mark on the face of Secular Hindustan.

Asked by Surdeep Singh, 23 Apr '09 11:00 am
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I think only Sikhs are responsible for all this silence over the killing of thousands of sikhs in Delhi and other cities after Indra Gandhi\'s assassination. Why Hindus will speak up for yourself when they are sleeping.

Being an Indian Christian I know my rights and we all christians are unite against the hindu fascism and the day is not very far, when these extremist hindus will realize the fact.
Answered by Angela, 23 Apr '09 11:13 am

 
  
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Sikhs themselves... why did they allow terrorism to blossom in their state.. they like Canada more than India and they have always fallen to glamor. And Pakistan used them for dismantling India.. They were to be dealt with strongly... that\'s it.
Answered by Aditya Misra, 23 Apr '09 11:03 am

 
  
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Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh
Answered by rajesh ji, 23 Apr '09 11:03 am

 
  
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The congress party offcourse on one end and the sikhs at the other for politically supporting the congress.
Answered by canaqa, 23 Apr '09 11:15 am

 
  
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It is not the question of a secular Hindustan, we have suffered a lot becuase of this secularism, why we do not raise those questions? Genocide of Sikhs was really unfortunate and could have beeen stoppped. It was all politically linked, nothing to do with the secularism at all.
Answered by Shailja Rathore, 23 Apr '09 11:03 am

 
  
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