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SherdiL!

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Balouchis are not against us infact they are with us some are misleading and they only make up 3.2% of Pakistan Population
 

digitaltiger

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So you are trying to say that Sikhs are not demanding any separate home land for them.
This guy Bittu is an Indian Citizen speaking on a Indian Channel.
Anybody there...
You tube is an open source site and any body can put anything on it.. As far as Sikhs are concern.. and so called "Bittu" and khalistan is concern he is free to say any thing he wants, the catch is, does it have any significance??

Also u all You Tube lover Kids, who learn history lessons watching You Tube...

chk this out, your own Khalistan..

{YouTube - Baloch freedom fighters attacking army post}

Baloch freedom fighters attacking pakistasni army post in ... :sniper:


 
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SherdiL!

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You tube is an open source site and any body can put anything on it.. As far as Sikhs are concern.. and so called "Bittu" and khalistan is concern he is free to say any thing he wants, the catch is does it have any significance??

Also u all You Tube lover Kids, who learn history lessons watching You Tube...

chk this out, your own Khalistan..

{YouTube - Baloch freedom fighters attacking army post}

Baloch freedom fighters attacking pakistasni army post in ... :sniper:


m6dC6FcjfiE[/media] - Baloch freedom fighters attacking army post
its India who is funding them with the syht load of weapons as i said before they only make up 3.2% of Pakistan Population and they are not educated.
 
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Lockheed F-16

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You tube is an open source site and any body can put anything on it.. As far as Sikhs are concern.. and so called "Bittu" and khalistan is concern he is free to say any thing he wants, the catch is does it have any significance??

Also u all You Tube lover Kids, who learn history lessons watching You Tube...

chk this out, your own Khalistan..

{YouTube - Baloch freedom fighters attacking army post}

Baloch freedom fighters attacking pakistasni army post in ... :sniper:


m6dC6FcjfiE[/media] - Baloch freedom fighters attacking army post
2006 MY FRIEND :rolleyes:
 
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digitaltiger

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i was checking out thier website no one is really active seems dead.
You got it right brother ............ So there were problems and they were answered in one or other way... There are many seperatist groups active in India and Pakistan (no doubt more in India), but that dosent mean we will allow our country's to be divided again. Its's draw back of democracy that we can not keep all satisfied.. so instead of fuming and bashing each other lets talk peace and possible solution for our common issues, we never know who might be keeping an eye on PDF and they might learn something good from this forum atleast.
 

Moorkh

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some sikhs might support pakistan but the rest of this sikh generation has been brainwashed and is gonna support india
true enough dude, true enough

by the way i was also brain washed the same way,

and you have also been brainwashed to support pakistan :P
 

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some sikhs might support pakistan but the rest of this sikh generation has been brainwashed and is gonna support india
Now that was really funny indeed.:rofl:
People bashing each other for Bhindrawala ,a man dead in Operation Bluestar.
 

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The Sikh Regiment India....

2 Param Vir Chakras,
2 Ashok Chakras,
14 Maha Vir Chakras,
14 Kirti Chakras,
64 Vir Chakras,
15 Shaurya Chakras,
75 Sena Medals
25 Vishisht Seva Medals.

India-Pakistan War 1965

Ten battalions of the Sikh Regiment saw action in the 1965 war. In a bid to seal off routes of infiltrations for the Pakistanis in J & K, 1 Sikh who were in the Tithwal sector attacked Pakistani positions . A company lead by Major Somesh Kapur captured Richhmar Ridge on 24 August 1965 and then attacked and captured the Pir Sahiba feature on the night of 25/26 August. From this feature the Indian troops could now overlook an extensive area under Pakistan control. Through out September, Pakistani troops tried hard to recapture this feature but were unsuccessful. 1 Sikh received 3 Vir Chakras ( Major Somesh Kapur and L/ Havildar Gurdev Singh and Sepoy Gurmel Singh (posth.)) for these operations . 3 Sikh were in the Keren -Kishanganga sector. A platoon of 22 men under Subedar Sunder Singh withstood attempts by Pakistanis to capture the Pharkian Ki Gali feature. In the end of September the Sikhs blew up the Shahkot Bridge.

India-Pakistan War 1971

A number of Sikh battalions fought during the 1971 war, most of them on the Western Front. 8 Sikh were in the Uri sector and 9 Sikh in the nearby Tangdhar sector. Two companies of 9 Sikh attacked and captured Thanda Pani and Kaiyan on 5 December night. The battalion then captured some more positions. At one stage they had advanced so rapidly that they went beyond artillery range. When the Sikhs came under Pakistani fire, they manhandled a medium gun over the mountains to take on the enemy by direct fire. On 14 December, 9 Sikh then cleared the heights
dominating Naukot.


2 Sikh were in the Lahore sector and part of the battalion was defending the Ranian Post , which the Pakistanis seemed determined to capture. They attacked the post repeatedly on 5th, 6th, 7th and 9th December, but each time they were beaten back. At the start of the war the Pakistanis had managed to capture the village of Pulkanjri and had sited 12 BMG's and some 3.5 inch rocket launchers around it. On December 17th and 18th, 2 Sikh attacked and recaptured the Pulkanjri village. During this attack L/Naik Shangara Singh displayed conspicuous gallantry in clearing two machinegun posts which were holding the attack up. Shangara Singh dashed through a minefield and hurled a grenade at one of the post. He then charged the second gun and leaping over the loophole he snatched the gun from its occupants. As he stood with the gun in his hands he received a fatal burst in his abdomen and fell to the ground with the gun still in his hand. He was awarded a posthumous Maha Vir Chakra. N/ Sub. Gian Singh received a posthumous Vir Chakra. The Pakistanis tried to recapture the Pulkanjri village using a company of 43 Punjab and two companies of 15 Punjab. The Sikhs stood firm and inflicted heavy casualties on the enemy's 15 Punjab. In a local counter attack they captured 1 officer and 8 OR's of 43 Punjab and 4 OR's of 15 Punjab. 19 Sikh was in the Ajnala area and captured the border post Budhai Chima on the night of December 5/6.

10 Sikh was in Rajasthan along the Nayachor axis. On December 11, they were part of a brigade attack along with 2 Mahar and 10 Sikh LI to capture Parbat Ali a feature which dominated both the main road and railway line to Nayachor and it was turned into a formidable defensive position by the enemy. In a grim battle working with bayonets and going from trench to trench the feature was cleared by the morning of 13 December. 10 Sikh won 6 Vir Chakras (Major Amrik Singh, Sub.Gurcharn Singh (posth.), Naik Gurjant Singh (posth.), L/Naik Harbhajan Singh, Sep. Mohan Singh) and 3 Sena Medals along with the battle honour Parbat Ali . 4 Sikh fought in the Eastern sector on the Jessore front. The battalion cleared the village of Burinda, which then opened the road to Jessore. The battalion then continued the advance to Khulna and on December 16, attackedShyamganj and captured it. Naik Mohinder Singh won a posthumous Vir Chakra and the battalion received the battle honour Siramani .

1999 Kargil Conflict This one was after operation blue star

During the Kargil Conflict of 1999, two battalions, 8 Sikh and 14 Sikh were inducted into operations. 8 Sikh were tasked to capture Tiger Hill. By 21st May, the 8 Sikh had isolated Tiger Hill from three directions, east,north and south. In order to inflict casualties the enemy positions on Tiger Hill were subjected to artillery and mortar fire. A fresh battalion, 18 Grenadiers was brought in to capture the peak with 8 Sikh holding the firm base. On the night of July 3rd, 18 Grenadiers captured the eastern slope but further advance was held up due to effective enemy fire from Helmet Top, India Gate features on the western slope.
The Regimental motto is the vow taken by Guru Gobind Singh, "Nische kar apni jeet karon" - with determination, I'll fetch triumph. The Regimental March is a hymn written by Guru Gobind Singh during the Battle of Chamkaur, "De shiva bar mohey ehai" and the battle cry is "Bole so nihal, sat sri akal".

I think people of Pakistan will not have doubt against whom they got the same.
Should i say more who favours whom.
 

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Hmmm, why dont you tell that to the countless Sikhs i myself along with many others on this board have spoken with in past instead of making such a claim on this board where you have about 0 credibility being a sorry little :guns:

I know they are indians.. But why do they happen to like us more then you ? That beats me.
True indeed. Manmohan Singh and the thousands of our Sikh jawans all like Pakistan more than India :rofl: In fact they are Pakistani agents and India is now a colony of Pakistan which has its agents controlling our country :cheers:
 

jarnee

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you guys dont know fundamental thing.....and keep BS... All Sikh's are Hindu's ..however all Hindu's are not sikhs..Sikhism is a sect. Like Jain's..

It is dharm of a Hindu Punjabi to make his eldest son Sikh..very simple okay..that is how all Sikh's have evolved...Guru Gobind singh urged the people of Punjab .. to dedicate son's to fight Mulsims..especially Mughals.

Any Hindu can become a sikh if he wants to..and that's why so many serve in Army today ...they were raised as Warrior sect to protect against atrocities..by Aurangzeb
 

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