The reason behind Communist’s Love for ‘Pakistani Media’

published on May 7, 2008

The Following Report will give more insight about the ‘RESPONSIBLE ENVIRONMENT’ created by Pakistan, as claimed by Communist Party  here


Sikhs reject Pakistan Radio allegation of forced

Amritsar, Dec 8 (ANI): Pakistan Radio has been attempting to spread
communal strife in border areas of Punjab, by making allegations that
Hindus are forcing minority sections to change their religion.

Lahore based Pakistan Radio in one of its recent broadcast of
Punjabi Darbar has alleged that Hindus are compelling Sikhs to become

Refuting the allegations levelled by Pakistan Radio, Joginder Singh,
Professor of History in Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) says that
Hindus and Sikhs live in harmony and enjoy cordial relation with each

Rejecting the propaganda being disseminated by Pakistan Radio, both
Hindus and Sikhs say that members of both the communities celebrate
each others festivals.

They (Pakistan) are going though a bad phase. Rather than poking
their nose, Pakistan must look into its own affairs, said an annoyed

Another Sikh said that Pakistan sponsored terrorism in Punjab. but
they failed in separating Punjab from India. Now they are attempting to
derail the development process of the state.

Indian Governments, be it the State or Centre has time and again
launched various schemes and programmes to generate employment without
being biased towards any religion, he added.

It is absurd that such allegations are made when a Sikh is the Prime Minister of India, he said.

This is not the first time that this programme has received such a
harsh response from the Punjabi youth and society. In the past too it
had tried to infuse some sort of separatist ideas, but received
hard-hitting replies.

Pakistan Radio’s ‘Punjabi Darbar’ exhortations have had little or no impact on Sikhs.

The radio programmes only indicate that Pakistan cannot see a prosperous and developed Punjab.

People in Punjab laugh at the propaganda which claims that Sikhs in India, and especially in Punjab, face a grim future.

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