Speaking to thousands of Sikh youth gathered at Parmeshar Dwar on Saturday 5 September 2015, Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa Dhadrianwale discussed the absolutely shocking statistics of drug abuse related deaths in Punjab.
It is believed the authorities have the influence to control this rising drug cancer but choose not to intervene most likely in order to fulfil their primary objective of securing the vote bank.
On the other hand, the youth are now slowly beginning to become practising Sikhs. But once again statistical lists are being made in Punjab to keep count of the number of Singh’s in each and every village, to keep count of how many are with ‘Dumalleh’, with ‘Choleh’, with ‘Dastaars’, how many who wear ‘Gatreh’ on top, how many wear ‘Gatreh’ underneath…etc. The peace-loving Sikhs of Punjab should always remain vigilant of the snake.
Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa said that with Akaal Purakh’s grace, may the Khalsa be forever blessed and may He protect the Sikh youth from the same evil eyes that attempted to wipe-out the nation 25 years ago. The Sikh youth was murdered, but those who were small children in that period are now grown-up and learning of their history. The Dastaars and Dumalleh of the youth are now once again an irritation in the eyes of the enemies and it is for that reason the Sikh youth must always remain careful. Any excuse will be made to suppress and create fear of even the idea of becoming Amritdhari.
However, those with evil intentions always forget that this nation has been created by Guru Nanak Dev Ji and it has been nourished by the blood of Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s children. No matter how many Sikhs they kill, the same number will rise again.
Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa recently visited America where they met Shaheed Bhai Amrik Singh Ji’s grandson. The grandson of Sant Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindranwale lives in Toronto. They said those with enmity against the nation once claimed they will do this and that and wipe-out their roots etc, but those roots are currently rising in the foreign lands, what can they do now?
We must take inspiration from the Sikhs in our history.