6 Traitors of Sikh Quam Revealed
1) Maharaja Ala Singh Founder of Patiala Kingdom
The mass murderer of Sikhs and the man who was responsible for the Wadda Ghallughara(40,000 Sikhs died)
Ahmed Shah Abdali recognized the founder of the Patiala Kingdom Ala Singh as his ally due to the support he gave Abdali.
a)Ahmed Shah Abdali made Ala Singh a Raja, given the title of “Raja-e-Rajgan Bahadur” and was given a robe of honor and a caparisoned horse. Due to Ala Singh’s loyalty to Ahmed Shah Abdali, he was given land, elephants, horses, camels, cannons, jewelery, and plenty of cash. Due to the support from Abdali, Ala Singh conquered lands of Samana, Barnala, and founded Longowal. On March 29, 1761, Ala Singh paid five lakhs to Abadali and recognized as the ruler of the territories, which were 326 towns and villages.
b) Ala Singh wasn’t in support of the rising Sikh Misls and the Misls knew of his dealings with the Mughal and Afghan Empires. The Sikhs Misls had planned to attack and destroy Ala Singh and his army but due to Sardar Jassa Singh Alhuwalia’s intervention, Ala Singh was saved.
c) The Wadda Ghallughara happened during February 1762, where about 40,000 Sikhs were killed by Abdali and despite that in 1764 Ala Singh came to terms with Abdali and was again crowned as a Raja with robes and royal gifts. Abdali also handed Ala Singh the city of Sirhind and surrounding Villages.
2) Maharaja of Patiala Bhupinder Singh
Greeting General O’Dwyer
Bhupinder Singh’s governorship of Punjab included extreme brutality by the police and he later refused to condemn the Jallianwala Massacre of April 1919. Bhupinder Singh in a telegram told Dyer “Your action is correct and the Lieutenant Governor approves.” Instead, he was very friendly with General O’Dwyer in London.
3) Jathedar Arur Singh
Jathedar of Akal Takht Sahib Giani Arur Singh had presented General Michael O’Dwyer with a siropa at Sri Akal Takht Sahib, the man responsible for Jallianwala Bagh on April 13, 1919. The traiter Giani Arur Singh not only presented the butcher of Sikhs a Siropa, but also gave a turban and a kirpan.
The Jathedar went so far that he declared General O’Dwyer a Sikh and stated it’s alright despite the fact he smoked cigarettes.
4) Gurcharan Singh Longowal
Wrote secret letters to Indira Gandhi wanting Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Removed
Longowal greeting the man who said “If a Big Tree Falls, The Earth Shakes”
When Satguru Gobind Singh Ji and the Sikhs left Sri Anandpur Sahib in 1704, Gangu took the lost Mata Gujar Kaur (Mata Gujri Ji) and the two younger sons of Satguru Gobind Singh Ji, to his village of Kherhi (where he and wife had migrated from Kashmir).
The prominient after offering them shelter (but instead of following the age old Hindus saying, “A guest is to be treated like a God”) he went to the authorities. His three guests were arrested, and he was given a reward from the Governor of Sirhind. Gangu who proved himself unworthy of the trust the Guru’s family had placed in him not only as the families cook, but in their most urgent time of need. His treachery sealed the fate of the Guru’s mother and the two youngest Lions, the Sahibzade; the youngest Shaheedan who held firm to their fate, freely chosing death rather than bending to the swords of tyranny.
6) Maharaja of Kashmir Gulab Singh (Dogra King)
Dogra King Gulab Singh
He stole Kashmir province from Maharaja Ranjit Singh after launching conspiracies to kill the sons of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Following the death of Ranjit Singh in June 1839, his son Kharrak Singh and grandson Naunihal Singh also died within a short span of time. The British lay in wait for an opportune movement to strike against the Sikh state, their ally. It was at this point of time that marked the emergence of Gulab Singh of Jammu as a major international player in this part of the world.
Gulab Singh had joined Ranjit Singh’s army as a Sawar, cavalryman, in 1810. In a few years his father Kishore Singh, and his brothers Dhian Singh and Sucheet Singh became important personages in Lahore Darbar.