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Barish Kumar Samantaroy.
Khalistan, means (Punjabi: Khālistān, “Land of the Khālsā,”
meaning “pure”) in Sikh political ideology, autonomous Sikh homeland.
Table of Content behind Khalistan is Jagjit Singh Chohan Jagjit
Singh Chohan (1929 – 4 April 2007) was the founder of the Khalistan
Movement that sought to create an independent Sikh state in the Punjab
region of Indian subcontinent. Chohan established the Council of
Khalistan at Anandpur Sahib on 12 April 1980 and became its first
self‐styled president.
Khalistan is made, it would avert the possibility of a nuclear
war in the South Asia, as the present geopolitical scenario presses
the need for such an arrangement,” he said.
Khalistan now isISI had taken the help of Khalistan Liberation
Force led by Harminder Singh Nihang and Harmeet Singh, reported to be
living in Pakistan under ISI cover.
The Khalistan movement started as the Sikh separatist movement
to create a separate sovereign state called Khalistan (Land of the
Khalsa) which would be the homeland of the Sikhs. They wanted to
develop their state in Punjab which includes both India and
Sikhs, followers of the Sikh religion, centered in Punjab State,
in northwestern India. Sikhism is an ethical monotheism fusing
elements of Hinduism and Islam. It was founded by Nanak (1469-1539), a
mystic who believed that God transcends religious distinctions.
The Khalistan issue refers to a Sikh separatist movement that
seeks to establish a Sikh homeland within the Punjab region. The
proposed state would consist of land that currently forms Punjab,
India and Punjab, Pakistan. The Khalistan issue came to a head in
1983 when a religious militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale
seized the Golden Temple with his armed followers. This prompted Prime
Minister Indira Gandhi to launch ‘Operation Blue Star’ that resulted
in the deaths of Bhindranwale and his followers and massive damage to
the Golden Temple. In the aftermath, PM Indira Gandhi was assassinated
by her own Sikh bodyguards. In the 1990s, the insurgency petered out
and the movement failed to reach its objective for multiple reasons
including a heavy police crackdown on separatists, factional
infighting, and disillusionment from the Sikh population..
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