Conclusion: ‘Khalistan’ in internal politics? | Unworth Khalistan Internal Politics Punjab.

Doubts have been raised as to whether the ‘Punjab Question’ will come to the fore again after the violent incidents in Patiala, Punjab last week. The unrest in border Punjab has always been a matter of national security. The Aam Aadmi Party government, which came to power last month, needs to be especially careful. The two groups clashed in Patiala last Friday. Activists of the Khalistan Dharjina group and Shiv Sena (led by Harish Singla) group came face to face. Both factions raised swords and threw stones. These clashes turned against Hindus and Sikhs. In Punjab, there are many groups in the ‘Shiv Sena’ – Shiv Sena (Hindu), Shiv Sena (Socialist), Shiv Sena (Taksali), Shiv Sena (Sher-e-Hindu), etc. Harish Singla Group Thackeray A month after the Aam Aadmi Party came to power in Punjab The clashes erupted shortly after the group launched the ‘Anti-Khalistan Front’. The AAP has always been accused of showing sympathy for Khalistani supporters. Opposition parties have demanded that Kejriwal clarify his stance on the alleged Khalistan movement in the Punjab election campaign. Kejriwal’s aide Kumar Vishwas has openly accused Kejriwal of being sympathetic to the Khalistanis. He has also been accused of defamation, but even Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is campaigning for the BJP in Punjab, has strongly accused Kejriwal of aiding foreign powers. In this context, as soon as the AAP came to power, some pro-Hindu activists and ‘Bal Thackeray’ formed an anti-Khalistan group. But the central government also needs to pay special attention to prevent the Khalistan ghost from re-emerging with political competition. In fact, in Punjab, issues other than the Hindu-Sikh duo can be taken up by the BJP and other AAP rivals. Up to 300 units of free electricity, guaranteed to be implemented as soon as the AAP comes into power. The government is expected to announce the implementation of free electricity from July 1 as the power crisis intensifies. The government has failed to implement a scheme that provides a monthly subsidy of Rs 1,000 to women over 18 years of age. Unemployment in Punjab has led to depression among the youth. Where do drug addicts go. Recognizing the gravity of history in Punjab, where thousands of people, including the Prime Minister, have lost their lives due to terrorism and violence, all parties, including the AAP, must be careful not to use issues like Khalistan for internal politics. .

2022-05-04 18:32:00

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