Sikhi
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Operation Bluestar 1984
Operation Bluestar, which began in the wee hours of June 6, 1984, was like a dagger through the heart for Sikhs everywhere. Thousands railed against the Indian State, the army, and all those who were connected in any way with the operation. A large number of Sikh soldiers, enraged by rumours that the Golden Temple had been damaged (the temple itself remained untouched, though the Akal Takht was damaged), deserted the armed forces. Author Khushwant Singh famously returned his Padma Bhushan award in protest. Four months and three weeks later, Indira Gandhi paid the ultimate price for ordering Operation Bluestar.

OPERATION BLUESTAR : The untold story
Operation Bluestar Created New Crusaders for Sikh Cause"Dr Subramaniam Swami - Ex-Member of Parliament
Eye-Witness Account Of Operation Bluestar In the words of Singh Sahib Giani Sahib Singh
Operation Bluestar: The Attack on the Sikh's by Indian Armed Forces
The Truth Behind Operation Bluestar
Operation Bluestar 'A Mistake' by Subhrangshu Gupta in Calcutta
"Blind Men of Hindoostan" Remembering Operation Bluestar
Operation Bluestar-5th June 1984 An Indian Army View point
Baba Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale's Speeches
The Ghalughara: Operation Blue Star - A Retrospect
The 15th Anniversary of Operation Blue-Star
Devastating Images of Operation Blue-Star
News reports and other Eye Witness Accounts
An Interview with survivor: Pritam Kaur
1984 Assault on Amritsar :Khushwant Singh
Flashbacks - Golden Temple attack -BBC
Khalistan Movement in Punjab, Meredith Weiss
The Making of Operation Bluestar (1978-1984)
Operation Bluestar: Night Of Blood
Atrocities On Sikh Children
Ghallughara 84
Operation Bluestar: A Juristic View


Source: http://www.allaboutsikhs.com/main/operation-bluestar-1984-3.html

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At 9:46 PM, Anonymous Snow said:

You write very well.