New Book out on the ‘Sustained Sikh Genocide’ by The Sikh Educational Trust

Dr. Awatar Singh a human rights activist and a prolific writer who has written several books earlier just republished this much needed book with the assistance of the American Sikh Council (ASC) in July 2016. Dr. Awatar Singh has been tirelessly speaking at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland since 1999, on the issue of human right violations against Sikhs and other minorities in India.

The book is available on Amazon. The photographic evidence in this book, of those Sikhs who were done away permanently by the ‘Indian State’ is just the tip of the iceberg. The Indian government did such a good job of torturing, murdering and then disappearing innocent Sikh citizens, that it would put even the monstrous Nazis of Germany to shame. The most common method of making sure the state sponsored extrajudicial murders operated efficiently was to either burn the bodies at various crematoriums and/or by simply dismembering the bodies and throwing them into the several large canals and rivers which eventually flow into the neighboring country of Pakistan.  This process carried on from 1984 – 1998 a period of 15 long years while the Indian citizenry and the world was hoodwinked into thinking that Punjab was very peaceful, all thanks to the mighty Indian State juggernaut and its deep nexus with the media, all working together to malign and portray the entire Sikh populace as anti-national terrorists.

According to Dr. Sangat Singh, “Sikhs have lost anything between 1 to 1.2 million people mainly youth, during the decade 1981-1991”.

Dr. Sanat Singh was the most senior Sikh ever to work for the ‘Indian intelligence’ – RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) and was the Director of Strategic Studies for India’s Defense Ministry. Some of the documentary evidence about the Sustained Sikh Genocide of 1984-1998 can be viewed at

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