Saturday, 8 October 2016

Greater Punjab is One of Among Three Options for Sikh Punjabi's.

The Nation and Religion, both are a reality. Therefore, Punjabi Muslims, Punjabi Sikhs, Punjabi Hindus, Punjabi Christians are 75% similar due to the same language, identical culture, and indistinguishable traditions, but Muslim Punjabis, Sikh Punjabis, Hindu Punjabis, Christian Punjabis are 25% dissimilar due to the difference of religion.

Pakistan is a state of 97% Muslim population. However, 60% population of Pakistan is Punjabi with total control on military establishment, civil bureaucracy, foreign affairs, agricultural sector, industrial sector, trade sector, political organizations, media organizations, education institutions, skilled professions.

After the massacre of 2 Million Punjabis and displacement of 20 Million Punjabis on the ground of religion, now immediately it is difficult for Muslim Punjabis and Sikh Punjabi to live as Punjabis were living side by side before 1947, in undivided 
Punjab.

However, Muslim Punjabi has respect for Sikh Punjabi being a Punjabi due to the same language, identical culture, and indistinguishable traditions, but not being a Sikh, because, due to the difference of religion, both Muslim Punjabis and Sikh Punjabis are habitual to undermine and abuse the religion of each other.

In a matter of fact, Muslim Punjabis and Sikh Punjabis respect each other due to the same language, identical culture, and indistinguishable traditions, when they interact with each other as a Punjabi. But, when they interact as a Muslim and Sikh, then they disgust each other.

However, Sikh Punjabi has 3 options;

1. Live as a slave of Hindi Speaking, UP, CP people of Gunga Jumna culture and fight their behalf with Muslim Punjabis, as Sikh Punjabis are doing since 1947 and did in 1965 and in 1971.

2. Liberate themselves from Hindi Speaking, UP, CP people of Gunga Jumna culture by the creation of Khalistan and live an independent and respectable life.

3. After the liberation of Khalistan, create a confederation of 
Pakistan and Khalistan as a Greater Punjab.

Muslim Punjabis are ready to fight with Sikh in the case of option 1, as they are fighting for 1947 and fought in 1965 and 1971, due to 25% dissimilarity because of a different religion.

Muslim Punjabis are ready to respect Sikh Punjabi in the case of option 2 due to 75% similarity because of the same language, identical culture, and indistinguishable traditions.


Muslim Punjabis are ready to create a confederation with Sikh Punjabis in the case of option 3 due to 75% similarity because of the same language, identical culture, and indistinguishable traditions.