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It’s time for justice to occur for all associated with the Sikh Genocide of 1984, including the Former General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, who created the False Flag Operation that created the Khalistan Movement with the Ironic PM Indira Gandhi!

As has been reported widely in the news lately, Jagdish Tytler, former Congress Party Leader and MP (who was a minister in the Manmohan Singh government in 2004), has been a controversial figure in Indian politics due to his alleged involvement in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi. The riots occurred in the aftermath of the assassination of then-PM Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards.

It is alleged that Tytler played a role in inciting violence against Sikhs during those riots, resulting in the loss of thousands of Sikhs. The Indian Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has recently filed a chargesheet against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in the 38-year-old anti-Sikh riots case, on May 20th, 2023.

It is also alleged a major Bollywood actor in Amitabh Bachchan also amplified the incitement to violence with his alleged pronouncement of ‘KHOON KA BADLA KHOON’ (BLOOD AGAINST BLOOD) by appearing LIVE on the government-sponsored TV channel Doordarshan, (who’s policies and direction were originally shaped by none other than Indira Gandhi herself and her government), and it is alleged Amitabh Bachchan incited Hindus to spill blood of Sikhs.

He allegedly was the first to give such a pronouncement and allegedly spread violence throughout India on behest of his close childhood friend Rajiv Gandhi, then Prime Minister of India. Rajiv Gandhi was two when he first met Amitabh Bachchan who was barely four, at Allahabad.

However, while those that played roles in the violence are being brought to justice, albeit 38 years later, and are innocent until proven guilty, shouldn’t we analyze the plan originally including the Russian angle with Communists in Russia and in India?

1984 remains one of the darkest years in modern Indian history, as the history books show in June of that year, then PM Indira Gandhi ordered a military assault on the most significant religious center for the Sikhs, Darbar Sahib (i.e., the Golden Temple) in Amritsar, Punjab, which killed 1000’s of innocent lives including one Sikh Leader named Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. On October 31, 1984, PM Indira Gandhi was assassinated by two of her Sikh bodyguards. The plan to attack the Sikh leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, was called Operation Blue Star.

Now ironically all this was created due to Russian involvement in PM Indira Gandhi’s government and their attack on Afghanistan a few years earlier in 1979.

As we all view Russia’s invasion in the news lately, with a former KGB Head in charge of Russia, it’s ironic the same KGB intelligence agency of the Soviet Union had tipped off India’s Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) about a joint operation between Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and made bogus allegations that the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was to stir separatist unrest in the Indian state of Punjab. This was a False Flag Operation.

False claims were also made that India’s R&AW had received intelligence by interrogating a Pakistani soldier that over a thousand Special Service Group commandos of the Pakistan Army had been dispatched by the Pakistani government into Indian Punjab to assist Bhindranwale in his fight against the Indian government; however, no signs of commandos were found and no proof was provided by R&AW, and added to the mix was Operation Kontakt to amplify the False Flag Operation.

As has been reported in the media, in 1981, two years after the Russia invasion of Afghanistan, the Soviets launched Operation Kontakt, which was based on an alleged forged document purporting to contain details of the weapons and money provided by the ISI to Sikh militants who wanted to create an independent country. 

In November 1982, Yuri Andropov, then General Secretary of the Communist Party and leader of the Soviet Union, in a role similar to Putin’s role today, approved a proposal to fabricate Pakistani intelligence documents detailing ISI plans to foment religious disturbances in Punjab and promote the creation of Khalistan as an independent Sikh state.

Indira Gandhi’s decision to move troops into Punjab was based on her taking seriously the information provided by the Soviets regarding secret CIA support for the Sikhs… Wait haven’t we seen this before? The CIA allegedly killed President JFK, despite the fact Lee Harvey Oswald defected to Russia, married a Russian lady, had a two year old child, before returning to Dallas to do what he did in 1963! But we foolishly blame the CIA!

Or the fake news that the CIA was involved in Russian controlled Tashkent in 1966, when PM Shastri died!

Was all this related from the wrong selection of Indira Gandhi to be PM?

It’s now time that we ask: “How in a matter of a decade, did India lose US support by 1971, when the US sided with Pakistan, after the death in 1966, of PM Shastri in Tashkent?” JFK had saved India in 1962, when China attacked! Maybe it’s time to call the Indira Gandhi regime a Communist regime! We need to assess the PM Indira Gandhi regime:

– Emergency Rule, where opposition leaders were imprisoned, and media was shut down, much like Putin’s Russia today!

– Fraud Elections, as declared by the High Court of Allahabad, while it’s reported by Radio Free Europe that Putin’s election victory of the ruling United Russia party was fraudulent,

– Nationalization of banks, and kicking out US firms, much like Putin has done currently,

– alignment to the Russians… including most military purchases, which is self-evident in Russia today!

So while one Nehru does almost nothing when China actually attacked in ’62, and gets saved by the US, another Nehru in PM Indira Gandhi over-reacts twenty years later in ’82, and blames the US!

India is attacked by China in ’62!

According to India’s Home Minister Amit Shah, “During the war with China in 1962, PM Jawaharlal Nehru said bye-bye to Assam. Congress forgot that the entire Northeast is also a part of India,” a reference to the order to the Indian Army to retreat from a vast part of the region in the face of the Chinese invaders.

President JFK to the rescue to save India! Source: Photo: AP

What’s often forgotten is it was US President JFK who during the 1962 border conflict, came to India’s rescue.

Maybe it’s time to thank JFK, and re-assess the US, with all the False Flag Operations from the Russians! And few know how India could be Tibet now, if it weren’t for a fellow PhD graduate with my father!

My father Dr. Jugal Kishore Sharma came to UC Berkeley to study originally Agricultural Economics in the late 1950’s. As he and my mother (who also was a graduate student at UC Berkeley at the time) would tell me often there would be Indian student social events where fellow students and faculty would attend and discuss the current topics of the day over tea and samosas.

At the time, a fellow graduate in Agricultural Economics was Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith who was by then a professor at Harvard, and was often a guest lecturer and had a fondness for his time at UC Berkeley and the time spent there, often with Indian students. Perhaps that may have left an indelible mark on him that India was worth saving! In 1956, Galbraith visited India, and found the country fascinating, Galbraith was rewarded for his efforts in the Kennedy campaign by an appointment as U.S. Ambassador to India. He held the post from 1961 to 1963. 

According to JFK’s Archives, the India Files is very telling, on Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith’s role in convincing President JFK as found here: https://www.jfklibrary.org/asset-viewer/archives/JFKNSF/111/JFKNSF-111-006.

This folder contains telegrams primarily between United States Ambassador to India John Kenneth Galbraith and Carl Kaysen, Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Topics include military assistance to India, relations between India and Pakistan, U.S. policy towards India, and the contents of letters sent by President John F. Kennedy to Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.

Thanks to Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith’s convincing of President JFK, during the 1962 border conflict, the US sent C-130 Hercules aircraft with arms and ammunition supplies as well as essential clothing to Indian soldiers on the battlefront.

As described here by Colonel Anil Athale (retd), in his article entitled: “The Untold Story: How Kennedy came to India’s aid in 1962,” Nehru’s handling of the crisis and panic reactions were in marked contrast to the cool and confident Kennedy. The generous and prompt response by JFK made him an icon in India. But the US State Department, under pressure from Pakistan and with British support, scuttled the chances of an India-US alliance. Should we now ask why? What was Mountbatten’s role with Nehru in this?

United States Ambassador to India John Kenneth Galbraith and Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru conferring at the time of the Sino-Indian border conflict. Source: USIS

Shouldn’t a PM Indira Gandhi have known the US help in 1962, and Russia’s False Flag Operations?

All a PM Indira Gandhi needed to do was pick up the phone and call then President Jimmy Carter who was president until 1981, or President Reagan afterwards or ideally his Vice President George H.W. Bush who actually ran the CIA previously. But she didn’t, and over-reacted, for fear of looking weak like her father!

It’s now proven that the American President JFK saved India in ’62, along with critical roles by Canadians like Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith and indirectly Indians like my father, Dr. Jugal Kishore Sharma, along with the Indian military.

Maybe it’s time to assess the False Flag Operations from the Communists within Russia and within the Congress Party of India!

Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country!

Thanks…

Akshay Sharma (Author’s Bio): Akshay Sharma is a Computer Engineer, tech analyst, ex-Gartner, having authored 280+ research notes, on emerging technologies like Cybersecurity, 5G, and IoT. He has worked for Canada’s Dept of Defense, advised and deployed solutions with DISA: Defense Information Security Agency, at Nortel and Siemens, and advised various 3-letter agencies in the US. A frequent speaker at tech events, he is often quoted in leading institutions like CNN, Wall St. Journal, and CIO.com. He is a former CTO of one of the first video/WiFi smartphone firms and an entrepreneur in the tech sector, having worked for firms that are now part of leading firms like Intel, IBM, Nokia, and Ericsson.  He advised the UK’s Ofcom, the US’s Dept. of Homeland Security, and was quoted in the Wall Street Journal banning Huawei in 2012, and stated in the Huffington Post, the Chinese hacking of Nortel is a “wakeup call”. Sharma contributed to the Flight Control protocol ARINC 629 Databus used in commercial avionics and military fighter jets for “fly-by-wire” systems, including the newer Boeing 777X. Additionally he is a Cybersecurity analyst, and CTO for Kovair.com with clients like the World Bank, India’s DRDO and US Defense sector clients.

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