Category: Sikh attire

When a big tree falls

It’s November, the month of the largest massacre that happened in Punjab, i.e. Sikh Genocide 1984. During this month in the year 1984, a mass killing of Sikhs was planned and executed by the grand old party Congress as a revenge of assassination of Indira Gandhi.

What exactly happened?
In the year 1984, Indira Gandhi planned an attack on the holy shrine of Sikhs, Golden Temple Amritsar, which was unacceptable by the Sikhs at any cost. Many Sikhs were killed during the attack and religious sentiments of Sikhs were badly hurt. So, two Sikh bodyguards of then prime minister, Indira Gandhi killed her as they were fed up of her dictatorship rule and her discrimination towards Sikh community.
After her murder, Rajiv Gandhi, Jagdish Tytler & Sajjan Kumar of Congress party planned a revenge which involved mass killing of Sikhs in the National Capital, Delhi. Over the next few days, thousand of Sikhs were killed in fully systematic planned riots, which were led by Congress activists & leaders. The killings were so brutal that burning tires were used to kill the Sikh men in the broader daylight and Congress leaders provided the voting lists to the mobs to identify Sikh families.
The then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, allegedly made a statement justifying the killings, “When a big tree falls, the earth is bound to shake” and there was no apology from the Congress party.
Till now no culprits have been punished and Congress is trying to save them using the “political power”.
Punjab Congress rubs the salt on the wounds of Sikhs 
Declaring Indira Gandhi martyrdom has already initiated the hate war for Congress party in the Punjab. Congress leader Raja Warring’s image wearing a t-shirt with a message “Maa Tujhe Salaam” to pay the homage to former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on her martyrdom day is doing the rounds on social media is more than enough to add fuel to the fire.
All we want to say to Captain and Congress party is that don’t forget the humanity for the sake of getting political power & position.

Warring, a non-sense legislator in Punjab assembly


IYC Chief passes controversial remarks on Sikh attire

The over ambitious Indian Youth Congress President Amarinder Singh Raja Warring who is also a legislator from Giddarbaha constituency crossed his limits in the state assembly on Tuesday.’

A legislator who represents his constituency in the assembly forgotten the manners during the session and he made controversial remarks on Sikh attire.

As per the facts, Warring has nothing to do in the assembly and for hitting the headlines he can utter anything.

Warring disturbed the session, made remarks on Sikh attire

In Indian political system, people elect their representatives and the representatives raise the issues of their constituencies in the assembly. However, in the case of arrogant Gidderbaha legislator, Amarinder Singh Raja Warring, no one has seen him raising any important issue of his own constituency in the past assembly sessions.

Whenever he speaks in the assembly, it shows his theatrics and nothing shows his logical reason in the issue. On Tuesday, when the budget session was on, he made controversial remarks on Sikh attire and he launched personal attack on rival legislator.

The speaker had adjourned the session for some time but it was resumed when Warring apologised.

Arrogant apology by Warring in assembly

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He did not realise before making comments in the assembly. As usual Warring launched the personal attack on rival leaders and made remarks on Sikh attire. He even insulted the speaker who was requesting the legislator to stay in his limits while speaking. The matter was heated up after the wrong comments of Warring. When the rivals asked that Warring should apologise, he apologised in an arrogant manner.

Mr. Warring, Do you know how to behave in an assembly?

How can a legislator use such remarks in an assembly where the rules and regulations framed for the entire state? He should have realised that what he has spoken in the assembly and his way of apology was depicting his careless attitude. He should learn the manners from his senior leaders so that he could learn the art of behaving properly. This was not the first time when he used the wrong language. He had misbehaved so many times in the assembly earlier.