Today is remembered all over the electronic media as the day Indira Gandhi was killed by her own Sikh bodyguards. The mayhem that the Congress Part under the leadership of the son and successor of the then Prime Minister has been forgotten. Rajiv Gandhi famously remarked: When a big tree falls, the earth shakes. The cynicism inherent in the justification given by Rajiv Gandhi for the wholesale killing of 12,000 Sikhs in the city of New Delhi alone will remain an indelible blot on the recent history of India. The Congress apologist Ramachandra Guha in his India since Gandhi barely mentions this holocaust visited upon the Sikhs. I am not a Sikh and yet have not forgotten or forgiven the Congress Party for its complicity in the crime. If Narendar Modi is pilloried day in and day out by the same liberal media that talks of the post-Godhra riots, I wonder why the Barkha Dutts, the Paranoy Roys and the Arnab Goswamis remain silent about the massacre of the Sikhs in the 3 days of licenced killings in New Delhi, the so-called civilised Capital of the Republic of India. What is even more shameful is that not a single person has been punished in the 25 years since the riots. The Congress and the BJP together have ensured that that sordid chapter in India's past lies buried. The historians of JNU who spew out their liberal rhetoric on NDTV whenever they have a chance have ignored this carnage because they are interested in safe guarding the reputation of their "secular" party, the Indian National Congress.
I recently read a book published from Harvard University Press called the Black Book of Communism. This book documents in great detail the crimes perpetuated in the name of Communism from the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution to the organised slaughter of Pol Pot and his gang. In fact Communism has killed more than 150 million human beings since the beginning of the 20Th century. Compare this with the mere 13 million of Hitler and his thugs. The biggest crime in India can be laid at the doorstep of the Congress Party and as long as the people of India do not cut the hand that kills them they deserve no mercy.
To day let us take a vow in the name of all that we hold sacred that the criminals the anti-Sikh carnage will not go unpunished and that we will not vote for a party responsible for the largest massacre in Independent India