NEW DELHI, Jun 21: Exposed for their sins of omission and commission towards the Panth while in power for ten long years, the Badals and their stooges must now drop their miserably failed attempts to re-brand themselves as proponents of the Sikh cause, SADD president Paramjit Singh Sarna warned Wednesday.
S. Sarna’s comments came in response to petty criticism that sycophants of the ousted CM have launched over chief minister Amarinder Singh’s honest talk about atrocities against the Sikhs during the unrest in Punjab.
During the launch of a book recently, Capt Singh boldly disclosed how a group of 21 suspected Sikh insurgents were killed in fake shootouts after he negotiated their surrender during the Chandra Shekhar government.
“Capt Singh called a spade a spade. His audacious disclosure sheds new light on New Delhi’s Punjab policy during Chandra Shekhar’s seven-month government. It’s a highly precious historical record revealed by an elected leader,” noted the SADD chief. “Afflicted with a perpetually low IQ and abject slave mentality, stooges of the Badals have, however, sought to drag Sri Akal Takht Sahib into an issue of state policy,” S. Sarna observed.
He cautioned supporters of the former chief minister against resorting to political crossdressing.
“It’s like living in an idiot’s paradise if they believe the Panth cannot see through their turncoat posturing. They are the worst adversaries of the Sikh cause when in power. When out of it, they try to rediscover their lost ground in Sikhi,” the SADD president said.
He held the Badals and their loyalists squarely responsible for annihilating the institutional prestige of Sri Akal Takht Sahib with their trivial actions.
“I advise them to introspect what all their party and their top leaders have done to Sikhi whenever they got power. The Panth will not allow you to mess up with community affairs any more with your shenanigans,” warned S. Sarna.