Martyrdom day: Bhai Sukha and Jinda


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October 9, 2010:

Harjinder Singh Jinda and Sukhdev Singh Sukha were the assassins of Arun Vaidya, the Chief General of the Indian army who was also the architect of Operation Bluestar.
The pair were also responsible for three high-profile killings; Arjan Dass, Lalit Maken and Gen. Vaidya. They along with other members of the Khalistan Commando Force (including its chief General Labh Singh) were involved in the Indian History's biggest daylight bank robbery of the Punjab National Bank, Miller Gunj branch, Ludhiana in which more than Rs 5.70 crore (58 million rupees-$4.5 million) were looted, a part of which belonged to the Reserve Bank of India, India's central bank.
This bank robbery was the biggest of other similar acts that Sikh militants used in an attempt to weaken the government (their idea being; to use public funds, stored in Indian banks, against Indian Security forces, as they highlighted the helplessness of the Government's forces, arrayed against them, to do anything about their efforts to gain a Sikh Homeland and avenge the attack on Sikhi's most venerated site. (And to avenge the deaths of not only those Gursikhs who courted Martyrdom that day, but also for the unknown numbers of innocent Pilgrims and visitors to the Harmandir Sahib who were murdered during and after the attack.)

Assassination of Lalit Maken
Harjinder Singh alias Jinda and Sukhdev Singh alias Sukha, along with Ranjit Singh Gill, gunned down Congress(I) Member of Parliament Lalit Maken on July 31, 1985, when he was moving towards his car parked across the road from his house in Kirti Nagar, New Delhi. The three assailants continued firing even as Maken ran towards his house for cover. Maken's wife Geetanjali and a visitor, Balkishan, were also caught in the firing. The assailants escaped on their scooters.
Lalit Maken was considered to be involved in the killings of innocent Sikhs during the1984 Massacre of Sikhs. A 31-page booklet titled 'Who Are The Guilty', People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) listed 227 people who had led the mobs, which killed up to 3,000 Sikhs over three days. Lalit Maken's name was third on the list.

Assassination of General Vaidya
General Arun Vadiya was the Chief of the Indian Army who architectured the attack on the holiest of the holy Sikh shrines at Amritsar and elsewhere in Punjab during Operation Bluestar. He had moved to Pune after his retirement from the army.

On August 10, 1986 General Arun Vaidya, the architect of Operation Bluestar was shot to death by Jinda and Sukha while he was driving his car home from the market. According to the police, the assailants pulled up next to his car on motor scooters and fired eight or nine shots into the car. Vaidya reportedly died instantly of head and neck wounds. His wife, who was also in the car, was wounded by four bullets in her back and thighs. According to Indian intelligence sources, Vaidya had been the number four assassination target on lists by Sikh militants and he was one of several people killed in retaliation for Operation Blue Star. Following the assassination, the Khalistan Commando Force issued a statement declaring that Vaidya had been killed in retaliation for the Golden Temple operation.

Assassination of Arjan Dass
Congress (I) leader Arjun Dass was assassinated on Sept 5 1985 by Jinda, Sukha and one other Sikh because of his involvement in 1984 Anti-Sikh riots. Arjan Dass's name appeared in various affidavits submitted by innocent Sikh victims to Nanavati Commission which was headed by Justice G.T. Nanavati, retired Judge of the Supreme Court of India. He was also identified among organisers of the carnage. Arjun Dass was a close friend of Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi.


bhavein do din e jeunde ne ....juende shaan de naal patannge.........jehre kaum de heere c ................................................!!
sum intresting phrases from sukha jinda