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Sikh Nation is a sovereign nation and is determined to reclaim its lost sovereignty. Since the annexation of Sikh state by the Britishers in 1849, many new geopolitical realities came to pass locally and around the globe. Sikh Nation despite being equal partners as determined by Lord Mountbatten at the divide of colonial India, lost the opportunity to establish its country in between India and Pakistan because of the betrayal by a radical Hindu, Nanak Chand Malhotra. Disguised as the Sikh leader, a deep under cover agent Nanak Chand Malhotra alias Master Tara Singh, who on the directions from Gandhi, Nehru and Patel cast the lot of Sikhs with India, hence doomed the fate of a sovereign nation. As a Hindu he defied the command of Guru Gobind Singh regarding the sovereignty of Sikhs which guru manifested in Nanded in 1708. It was the same command the true Sikh leader and general Baba Banda Singh Bahadur honored and followed and established the first Sikh rule in 1710 by breaking and defeating the monopoly of Mughals in India and by hoisting the Sikh flag, Nishan Sahib over Sirhind. It was the same command of Sikh sovereignty by Guru Gobind Singh, which Maharaja Ranjit Singh followed and honored and established the second Sikh rule in 1799 to 1849. It was the same command three Sikhs Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh, Dr. Paramjit Singh Ajrawat and S. Bhupinder Singh honored and followed and got the Sikh nation of Khalistan admitted to UNPO on Jan 23, 1993. On this date in Hague, The Netherlands, Sikh Flag, The Nishan Sahib flew for the third time as a symbol of Sikh sovereignty, Khalsa Raj and Khalistan, one hundred forty four years after Sikhs lost their sovereignty to the British.

In the struggle for the reclamation of lost Sikh sovereignty and demarcation of geopolitical boundaries, the Sikh Nation wants to assert its intent that Sikhs want to live in peace with their neighbors Pakistan and India. The geographical boundaries of Khalistan will include current East Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pardesh, part of Rajasthan and small part of Uttar Pardesh. River Ravi on the west and river Jamuna on the east will be some of the boundary lines between Khalistan & Pakistan, Khalistan & India respectively. In the north, part of Himalayan range and in south, part of Thar Deset will make the geographical boundaries of Khalistan. Sikh nation of Khalistan will be a theocratic- democratic state where the social contract between the citizens and state will be based on the solemn commitment that “state will protect all rights including the religious rights of all citizens and all citizens in turn will defend the boundaries and constitution of Khalistan”. Sikh ethos and ecumenical principles will make some of the fundamentals of Khalistan’s constitution.

The laying down of foundation stone of Harmandir Sahib (The Golden Temple) the holiest of the Sikh shrines by a Muslim saint Hazrat Mian Mir and ecumenical nature of Sikh rule during Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s time are yet the living examples of Sikh Religion and Nations attitude towards other religions and people. Based on these ethoses of the Sikh religion the world will once again witness new realities which will be complimentary and conducive to the peaceful and proud existence of mankind once Khalistan is liberated.

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