Khalistan separatists plan to show PM Modi as anti-Punjab | Latest News India

It was in the run-up to voting in the historic 2014 elections, when I went for an interview with then-BJP President Amit Shah in Amritsar, from where his very close friend Arun Jaitley was locked in an electoral contest with the then Congress leader, Captain Amarinder Singh. When the plane turned towards Raja Sansi Airport and the Golden Temple appeared on the ground, he told me that he would like to pay tribute to Harmandir Sahib first before going to meet Jaitley for an election meeting with lunch. Before arriving at the Temple, Shah told me that he had made “Kar Sewa” as a teenager for two weeks after the complex was damaged after Operation Blue Star in 1984. Shah said, “If it hadn’t been for them, I wouldn’t we would be here today. ” At the Harmandir Sahib, Shah remained prostrate on the ground for a time while paying homage to the Holy Guru Granth Sahib. He did the parikrama and then went to meet Arun Jaitley for lunch at Kadi Chawal. The choice of Amritsar turned out to be interesting with Jaitley’s protégé then sitting as a deputy of the Holy City BJP, Navjot Singh Sidhu, staying out of campaign and his wife and sitting in the MLA Navjot Kaur Sidhu sulking throughout the campaign. Internal sabotage ensured that the Captain won the elections by a wide margin.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has the same views towards the Sikh community and does not miss the opportunity to present his absolute reverence to the gurus, be it in Punjab or Bihar. He also believes that the Sikh community is the key to the integrity and prosperity of India. It is for this very reason that he repealed the three agricultural laws on Guru Purab and apologized to the farmers for not being able to explain the laws and their benefits to them.

Under the mask of farmers, pro-Khalistan separatists are playing a diabolical game against India while sitting in lavish settings in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Canada. While one also understands that the game of these western countries is to keep India alert and on edge, the bigger plot is to discredit the prime minister and the BJP in the eyes of the Sikh and Punjabi community in India. This also serves the electoral interest of all political opponents of the BJP in Punjab.

Despite the extreme provocation of exposing Prime Minister Modi to a possible extremist threat from Sikh groups, very active across the border with the support of the deep state of Pakistan, in Ferozepur, the BJP and the government will not fall for the trap of turning it into a communal problem. The top leadership of the RSS also understands the move very well and it is precisely for this reason that the BJP did not separate from Akali Dal in the previous Assembly elections, despite its open opposition to the Prakash Singh Badal regime. The Modi government and national security planners understand the sensitivity of a border state like Punjab and also know the actors in play to create tension in the state.

While it will curb any government or party comments that might be misinterpreted, India will make a full diplomatic effort to bring the full force of justice to banned SFJ leaders like GS Pannu in the US and Multani in Germany. Security agencies, on the other hand, have already begun to eliminate the enemy within Punjab so that Afghan weapons, ammunition and heroin do not find their way from all over Pakistan to fund and promote militancy in the state. With Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan facing a battle for his political survival, it is quite clear that the pressure will be diverted to India in the coming days.

Although there is an absolute need to bring those who are fanning the so-called flames of Khalistan to book, the security agencies should also do a security review of the protection of Prime Minister Modi as a 20 minute exposure (at the Ferozepur flyover January 5) for the most objective man. in India, thanks to inept enforcement agencies, it is criminal.


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