After the 1984 Sikh Genocide, the Special Investigation Team of Delhi Police launched an operation quietly

New Delhi: After the 1984 Sikh Genocide, the Special Investigation Team of Delhi Police launched an operation quietly. Under this thousands of Sikh youth were forced to give fingerprint and fingerprints. The police kept a record by collecting signals. Hundreds of young Sikh youths had to go through this process in cases of minor disputes or mutiny.

According to a report published in BBC News, there was a panic in the city. Blue or yellow turbaners were considered to be Khalistani. After 6pm, shops closed in areas like Connaught Place. Day and night were stuck on the streets of the police. Despite strict security, explosions in crowded buses caused people to explode. Newspapers with reports of accidents were filled with news.

In such times, the anger of the police caused hundreds of such youths to go on the way to the Khalistani movement, who had ever dreamed of doing sports, military or other jobs. Champion athlete Surjeet Singh Paneta also joined the Bhindranwale Tiger Force on the fateful day. In 1988, the death of cyanide swallowed on being surrounded by police was accepted by death. This process continued like this from the early 90’s, during which thousands of Sikh youth were also killed by the police personnel.


Meanwhile, Delhi Police was taking up the severity of the Sikh youth so that if any youth joins the movement then their full details remain in the record. At that time the police looked at every young Sikh with suspicion. The silence of this movement was a glimpse of the campaigns launched for identifying and identifying the Jews of Germany in the 1930s. This campaign was risky because civil rights organizations could protest against it. The Sikh community could have opposed it, which could have been a major threat to the police branch.

But today the government is keeping the eyes, palms and fingerprints of every citizen of the country through the Aadhaar card. The scheme of citizen’s profile calling the Aadhar card was started by the Manmohan Singh government. The current Modi government is busy with patronizing every citizen’s information through this motivation but many appeals have been filed in the Supreme Court to challenge it, arguments in the Supreme Court by the Central Government lawyer Mukul Rohatgi during his hearing. There are shocking responses.

Rohatgi said that the people of India do not have their own body but in special circumstances citizenship can be removed from this right. If the government wishes, then the citizens can lose their right to the body. While during the UPA government, advocate Nandan Nilekani used to say that the reason for the violation of privacy by hand and eye signs is waste because first of all you own a privacy employer who is tracing you every moment. There is a difference between compulsion and willingness to buy a mobile phone. Everyone has their own intention, while linking the base to a pen is a law imposed on citizens.

Indeed, in conjunction with the PAN card to the base, the Government of India wants to keep an eye on every citizen indirectly. Every citizen of this new law is opposing the government. Because if the government can illegally propagate Sikh youth in the 80’s, how can it be believed that in the second decade of the 21st century, people, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Dalits, Kashmiris, tribals, and people of North East did not do the profiling. Can not go and be misused? (Including thanksgiving from BBC Hindi)

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