Sikh intellectual Baljit Singh Khalsa’s new book titled “Raj Karega Khalsa” released

CHANDIGARH, Punjab—On February 12, the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) president Simranjit Singh Mann released a book named “Raj Karega Khalsa” in a congregation held at Fatehgarh Sahib to celebrate the birthday of Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale. This book has been penned by Sikh writer Baljit Singh Khalsa, renowned for being vocal about the Indian state’s atrocities on minorities.

Speaking to Sikh24, Baljit Singh Khalsa informed that his motive of penning these books was to neutralize the discouraging arguments being spread about the concept of Sikh sovereignty. “In this book, I have tried to elaborate the doctrinal, historical, geographic, and legal bases which necessitate the formation of a sovereign Sikh nation,” he added.

Baljit Singh Khalsa further informed that he has tried to answer almost all the contentions against a sovereign Sikh state’s formation. “Often, these contentions are based on small territorial size, landlocked position, etc. of Punjab and impossibilities about the formation of a new country in current times, but I have answered these contentions with perfect examples in this book,” he said.

He maintained that this book also confutes India’s one nation claim while shedding light on various liberation movements ongoing within India.

“This book is potent of equipping every common Sikh with perfect answers to counter the contentions being aired against the concept of a sovereign Sikh state,” he said.

He informed that the cost of this 223-page book had been fixed at INR 250/- and anyone can order it through Whatsapp or by calling at numbers 97795-34056, 98558-31284, 84371-06685.

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