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Title Khalistan Sarabpakhi Adhian
Description Majority of the Sikhs feel that they have been given a raw deal and injustice both by their British as well as Indian rulers before and after India's independence in 1947. The reorganization of Punjab state in 1966 more on Communal lines rather than on linguistic basis as in the case of some other Indian states has further created more bitterness among the Sikhs. This rise of Sikh militancy, violence and resultant bloodshed in the 1980s has given rise to a demand for a purely Sikh state of Khalistan among some sections of the Sikh society. The present volume analyses this demand for a separate Sikh homeland from various aspect such as its geographical territorial boundaries, economic and geo-political stability and plight of the Sikhs settled in several parts of India and the world. After analyzing all these factors, the author is of the opinion that the creation of an autonomous state within the union of India will serve the Sikh interests better than the creation of a theological independent Sikh state of Khalistan. The author's analysis is critical, objective and based on ground realities
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