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Every year in December, The SikhArhives honours a great Hero. This year we are proud to have been afforded the gracious opportunity to seek shelter in the shadow of those Immortal Lions, Shaheed Dilawer Singh Babbar, Balwant Singh Rajoana and Sardar Jagtar Singh Hawara, Babbar Khalsa.
History By Sikh Archives
During the period of the Sikh insurgency from 1980 to 1995, over 200,000 Sikhs were murdered by the Indian Security Forces. The Indian Government consistently denied International Agencies the right to enter The Punjab to investigate the extent of the atrocities. Not one Human Rights NGO was permitted entry while the genocide proceeded. Individuals who have since tried to gauge the extent of the genocide have been liquidated or ‘quieted’. Instrumental in the genocide was the Chief Minister of The Punjab, Beant Singh. Beant Singh was a notorious killer who had the explicit sanction of the Indian Government to implement a regime of terror and murder. His reign of terror was marked by extensive torture, rape, custodial disappearances and the mass liquidation of Sikhs.
The liquidation was particularly marked in the case of Sikh youth. In many border villages in the Hoshiarpur and Gurdaspur districts of the Punjab, all of the Sikh youth were murdered. It was a time when it was dangerous to wear a turban or keep your beard full flowing. It was during this reign of terror that Sikh youth started cutting their hair to avoid torture and death.
This video will give you a quick background on the events in heroic poetic form (warning – graphic horror)
In 1995, Shaheed (martyr) Dilawar Singh, a police constable, tied a bomb to his body and detonated it while approaching the heavily guarded car of the Chief Minister. Jagtar Singh Hawara and Paramjit Singh of the Babbar Khalsa were tried and convicted for masterminding this act of high valour. They were awarded the death sentence.
Noble Warrior! Sardar! Great! Great! Great! Shaheed Sardar Dilawar Singh Babbar you are garlanded for eternity! We bow at the Temple Of Your Greatness! You prove the worth of Sikhi!
The Beast Scene from the film Sadda Haq where the valiant Dilawar Singh Babbar kills the genocidal beast
The Indian Government has erected this statute honouring a genocidal killer responsible for the death of 200,000 Sikhs along with his cohort, the notorious terrorist police chief – K.P.S. Gill
The Letter Of Faqr-e-Quom Sardar Jagtar Singh
Jagtar Singh Hawara is often given the honorific title: faqr-e-quom. This is the letter of Jagtar Singh from death row.
Shri Akaal Sahaaey
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
Cowardly terrorists belonging to “Hindu Suraksha Samiti” of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) with some misconceptions and under an immoral mindset tried to attack me at the Chandigarh Court complex on November 11, 2011 at 11:30 AM. This was a very big mistake on their part. I want to make it very clear that the Sikh Nation has always been fearless–in fact it is the people of “Hindu Suraksha Samiti” and their leaders who are fearful. The people who tried to attack me and their RSS masters should have first read Sikh history: whoever has tried to attack the Sikh nation has been taught a lesson. I also want to relay this message to the cowardly people that they should have also looked at their history and their status before launching the attack.
I invite these ingrates to try once again, they will see what happens. I do not need any security as I very well know that the failed attack was jointly schemed by RSS, BJP rulers and the gangs of Hindu Suraksha Samiti with the help of Chandigarh Police. There is no doubt that the Chandigarh Police was also involved in this attack. These cowardly people had attacked under the misconception that I was shackled and bound. But with the immeasurable mercy of Guru Ji, these people learned a good lesson. We promise our heroic nation that with the mercy of Sarbans Dani Sahib Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj, we will never let it down.
It was the motive of the cowardly attackers and their RSS masters that LK Advani’s tour of Punjab should start with an attack on the Sikh Nation. It was done to send a message to the Sikhs that if they do not recognize their slavery to the RSS, the same will happen to the entire Sikh community.
I thank my nation, especially the brothers in their youth who have always sided with me in all aspects–even during the day of the attack, when the police tried to humiliate me many times, they stood by me. I feel the heartfelt wishes of my brothers, fathers, mothers and sisters and the empathy of the Khalsa Panth–for these are my sole source of strength. We request the entire Khalsa Panth to keep this flame alive.
We do not long for the tranquil shores;
our ship yearns for hurricanes instead.
Your servant, Jagtar Singh Hawara
Lodged: Tihar Jail, Delhi
Dated: November 15, 2011
The Attack On The Great Singh By A RSS Hindu Fanatic
Noblesse, great virtues and God ordained courage. In the radiant flowering of youth and Sikh manliness, Jagtar Singh raises the sword arm to avenge the Sikh Nation.
A Vile Desecretion Of Memories
On 11-11-11 (November 11, 2011) while White Sikhs who dare to call themselves Khalsa were performing pooja, fire worship ceremonies and worshipping Lord Shiva in Hindu Temples (in celebration of the dawning of the Age Of Aquarius), the great Jagtar Singh Hawara was attacked by a RSS Goon. These White Sikhs have their head-quarters in Espanola, New Mexico. Only five or six of them can read Punjabi or speak it.
This cult is tasked by Indian Intelligence Agencies with with hinduizing the Sikh Faith and promoting it’s absorbation into Hinduism. The top leaders of this sect are undoubtedly on the RSS/RAW/IB payrolls.
The Firebrand Balladeer Moranwali talks about the RSS attack on the Lion Hawara.
The Sikh Diaspora Continues
The reason The Babbar Khalsa exacted killed Beant Sinha.
In the event that you do not understand Punjabi, towards the end of the discussion, the lady on the left says: “Sometimes it is necessary to give a reply. It is a sin to be a tyrant but it is an even greater sin to bear tyranny.”
Tribute video for Sardar Balwant Singh Rajoana