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More Facts and End of Cats

Indian government had hired many Black Cats for the sole purpose of infiltrating the Sikh movement which led to arrests and death of thousands of Sikh freedom fighters. Besides the Black Cats there were many other Cats whose jobs were to stay within the freedom groups, obtain higher ranking positions and then bring the whole group down by committing immoral acts such as killing innocent people and dishonoring women. After the decline of the Sikh movement, the security forces started to eliminate Cats groups one by one for the reason of keeping its activities secret from the public. Even then, many of the Cats were exposed and their misdeeds have been published in the newspapers which informed the public about the infiltration and the real criminals.

When a Cat would become the leader of a group he would start recruiting many of the criminals and other young people who only wanted to loot the public at gun point and had no compassion for the movement. Although it is impossible to know the depths of infiltration by the Cats but it is known that these Cats were even present in the group of Baba Gurbachan Singh Manochahal who was not only one of the smartest and far-thinker leader but also a role model to many Sikhs. Baba Gurbachan Singh always took precautions with enlisting new members into his group. When someone would make a mistake in his group he would punish the guilty. According to the people of Taran Taaran, the police was successful in infiltrating his group and some Cats from his group are known to have committed crimes against the public.

The name of Gallan Khduriya is well known to the public. According to the locals Gallan once wrongly accused a young woman of misbehavior and killed her by dragging her behind a tractor. When Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji found out about this incident he ordered everyone in his group to kill Gallan wherever found. The locals also state that Gallan was protected by the Indian security forces. In 1992, the police were raiding more than 57 places in a day to capture Baba Gurbachan Singh, and arresting most of his relatives who were taken to police stations for torture. Gallan was seen by them bad mouthing Baba Ji and enjoying the guest house and protection of the police. There is no doubt that he had always been a police Cat. This is only one example which proves that such Cats were present in the movement in large numbers who helped the police and the government to bring the Sikh movement down by eliminating many of the famous Sikh fighters. It is also believed by the people of Majha area (Gurdaspur, Amritsar and Taran Taaran) that many of the Cats who were free to loot, murder, rape and had served their purpose were later on killed by the police.

In 1992, a group of five Cats in disguise of Sikh fighters picked up a young girl of village Khara and raped her. Two Cats were from village Manochahal, one from village Khara and two were constables. By this time the Sikh movement had greatly declined and was despised by the public. The family of the victim reported this to S.P. Khoobi Raam. Khoobi Raam had previously made a statement that all of the Sikh fighters had been eliminated from his area. So he restricted all of his Cats from committing criminal activities in his area and yelled at the Cats in front the family members by saying, “There are no terrorists in this area now. Then why are such activities being carried out under their names.” Then he asked the victim girl about the looks of the criminals and soon he captured all of the Cats who were later identified by the girl.

To keep its reputation in the eyes of the public the police killed three Cats and saved the other two because they were serving in the police. After this incident the police started to kill many Cats because there was no need of them anymore and they had become so vicious in their criminal activities that becoming civil human beings was impossible for them. It is also believed by many that such Cats were sent off to live aboard for the purpose of hiding them from the public and bringing them back in case the movement started again. It is not known how many Cats the police killed but most of them were labeled as “Sikh freedom fighters” after their deaths. It is the need of time for the Sikh community to differentiate between the true Sikh fighters and the Cats whose deaths were associated with the Sikh movement. The Cats were free to loot, kill and rape the Sikh masses and enjoyed the wealth given to them by the Indian government. It is estimated that many hundred women were being dishonored in the Punjab police stations everyday. Majority of the people in Punjab do not reveal their stories to save themselves from shame and have kept these stories in their hearts. Although we cannot feel the same pain these people experienced when they witnessed torture and rape of their women in the police stations but it is our responsibility to bring these stories out to the public so the world can know the true brutality of the Indian government and genocide of the Sikh community. Only then the world will know that it is the Indian government and its officials that are real terrorists not the Sikh freedom fighters who fought for their honor and dignity.

Source: Indian Terrorism on the land of Punjab by Baljit Singh Khalsa

Translated by Sikh Freedom