Indian-Americans have expressed anger at the citation issued by the General Assembly of Connecticut, USA, which recognizes the anniversary of the so-called Sikh Declaration of Independence.
In an official quote dated April 29, the Connecticut Parliament congratulated the pro-Khalistan organization, the World Sikh Parliament, to commemorate the 36th anniversary of the Sikh Declaration of Independence.
This initiative is not of interest to Connecticut, but is from some peripheral elements that are driving their own personal division agenda, a global organization of influential people from India ( GOPIO) Chairman Thomas Abraham said.
The Connecticut Indian-American community is made up of Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, and Parsians. All of these communities co-exist as one Indian community, and Connecticut is a business that comments on issues related to issues in the Indian region and supports peripheral elements to promote the split agenda. there is no.
GOPIO wrote to Connecticut State Senator and Parliamentary Representatives. They introduced this quote and then separated themselves.
Ashok Nichani, president of GOPIO’s Connecticut branch, states that there are 20 million Sikhs living in peace with all other communities throughout India, and this quote goes against India’s integrity.
The quote caused anger among Indian-Americans, many of whom urged President Joe Biden’s administration to blame it.
Meanwhile, the Consulate General of India in New York condemned the quote and called it a mischievous attempt to use the name of Parliament for malicious purposes.
According to the consulate, these vested interests aim to divide the community and foster prejudice and hatred.
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