10-sec summaryIn recent times, there have been attacks made by Khalistani protesters on Indian Embassies across the world. However, very few people know about the history of the Khalistani movement. The Khalistan movement sought to create a separate homeland for Sikhs. They want to establish a sovereign state called Khālistān in the Punjab region. The call for a separate Sikh state began after the fall of the British Empire, with the first explicit call for Khalistan made in a pamphlet in 1940. Let’s dive into the history of the Khalistan movement, from its origins to the present day. We'll take a closer look at how the movement has evolved over time.
How it Originated?
British Tactic and the Painful Partition
The Punjabi Suba Movement
The Punjab Reorganisation Act of 1966
The Anandpur Sahib Resolution
Rise of Bhinderwale
The Politics Behind the Rise of Bhindranwale
The Operation Blue Star
Indira Gandhi Assassination and 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots
Pakistan's Secret Agenda to revive Khalistan Movement
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