Sikh separatist leader Amarjeet Singh has appealed to Pakistan to help create a separate Sikh state in the region. According to Express News, Singh in an interview asked Pakistan to provide diplomatic support in its struggle to eliminate Indian ‘state terrorism’ to the Sikh community.
To a question about September 18 assault on Indian forces in Uri place of held Kashmir, he said the Indian government was blaming Pakistan to cover up its state terrorism. Would Pakistan assault Indian forces, when the freedom struggle in Kashmir is becoming stronger?” he asked.
Singh mentioned 2002 events to unearth Indian conspiracies and said at a time when US former president Bill Clinton was scheduled to visit India, 35 Sikhs were killed before his visit to divert attention from Khalisa movement. TRANSLATION BY ARSHAD SHAHEEN.