The bank voting policy of the Bharti Janta Party (BJP) in India has brought Pakistan and India to the brink of a full-blown war. The problem has warned world leaders and neutral observers, insisting the two nations with nuclear weapons to reduce tension.
Sikh Soldiers have Asked to Refuse Orders to Fight Against Pakistan
Despite the return of the prisoner pilot of the Indian Air Force, Ala Abhinandan’s commander, the border crossing between neighbors across the border has not been stopped.
In the midst of all the tension, the World Sikh Parliament (WSP) attributed the South Asian crisis to Hindutva’s chauvinism, led by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In a written statement, the WSP welcomed the Imran Khan’s peace efforts and encouraged Sikh soldiers in the Indian army to “refuse to participate in offensive actions.
We call on Sikh soldiers serving in Indian forces, in case of war, to refuse to engage in offensive actions and instead to go to Punjab to protect its people in the face of an existential threat to the Sikh nation and other Punjabis.
The Sikh forum also requested the United Nations to resolve the conflict in both Kashmir and Punjab, under the control of India, by giving them the right to self-determination.
The forcible denial of that right has led directly to hundreds of thousands of deaths in both regions over recent decades; it is time the international community woke up to the need to address the unlawful and morally indefensible position of the Indian state. Let us be clear; there will be no peace in the region until that happens.
The statement also said “the Sikhs are not part of the Indo-Pak conflict and that their homeland should not be used for that purpose.”
The Sikh group extended its support to the Kashmiris and said that the Sikhs would always defend what is right, while the Sikh genocide was lamented in 1984 for the election gains of Hindutva forces themselves.
No Sikh can support the warmongering antics of the Indian establishment and its hysterical media acolytes.