When, Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga roared at Satnam Singh, a Khalistan supporter, “No one can dare to break India,” Satnam Singh, the traitor, shouted, “You are a RSS man.”
Even “Breaking India Force” like Khalistan supporters are well aware “it is Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, which is stood like a rock behind ‘united India.’ Khalistan supporters argue on flimsy ground, if you can call for ‘Hindu Rashtra,’ why can’t we demand for Khalistan for Sikhs?
Dear Khalistan advocates, “In 1947, India was divided on the basis of religion. Pakistan became Islamic Republic. India was supposed to be ‘Hindu Rashtra.’ Congress added “Secularism” in constitution of India to promote and propagate ‘Islam’ in India. This is how Islam expanded to Pakistan and India both, as well as of course to Bangladesh.
I am a Secular Sikh. But this question comes to my mind.
If demanding a Hindu Rashtra is not Anti Nationalist, then how come idea of Khalistan becomes Anti Nationalist ? Why no action against RSS & Individuals who Openly Demand HinduRashtra. @Swamy39
— Harjot Singh Bains (@harjotbains) February 22, 2018
Sikhism is a sect of Hinduism, does it need to be reminded that Guru Nanak Sahib, who founded Sikhism, was born to Hindu parents? How can Khalistan supporters, who shamelessly shook hands with Muslims, be true Sikhs?
Khalistanis want a separate nation. People who want to break India are anti-nationals indeed. Simple https://t.co/S2FrAvxqd4
— Manak Gupta (@manakgupta) February 23, 2018
Opportunist Khalistanis forgot that Guru Tegh Bahadur along with some of his followers Bhai Dayala, Bhai Mati Das and Bhai Sati Das were skinned alive for not converting to Islam.