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Sikh pilots carrying out Surgical Strike 3.0 would be a fitting response to Nankana Sahib vandalization

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While the Left-Islamist nexus continued to vandalize public property and spread hate in Indian towns and universities, a much more blasphemous form of vandalization occurred in Pakistan. On January 3, a mob led by a Muslim man who had married and converted a teenage Sikh girl, sloganeered and pelted stones at Gurdwara Janam Asthan (also known as Nankana Sahib). The man also threatened to take over the Gurudwara and rename it to Ghulam Ali Mustafa. A few days later, reports emerged that a Sikh man in Peshawar had also been killed.

While the incident has already sparked outrage among the Sikh community, a government-level intervention would be fitting – not just show to show solidarity with the Sikhs but to send a very important message to Pakistan: We care about our historical sites. Be it Nankana Sahib, Harmandar Sahib, Harappa or the remains of Mohenjo Daro. The fact that these sites, among hundreds of others, today lie in Pakistan is in itself a reflection of the big betrayal by Nehru and company, who were happy losing the land where Hinduism first took roots.

The big question is: Do we have sense of deep culture? How would Islamic nations react to an attack on Medina? How would France retaliate if Charles De Gaulle was under siege? Nankana Sahib being a very prominent Sikh site deserves retaliation beyond diplomatic summons – it deserves strong military retaliation. What better way to do this than to have Sikh pilots (or paramilitary) conduct a third round of aerial strikes in Pakistan? It will be an honour for the Sikhs to defend the sanctity of their Kshatriya Dharmic faith and an honour for all Indians to give them the opportunity to serve our nation.

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