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RAJ KAREGA KHALSA VS HIGH COURT CONFLICT DECODED

By Siddharth Singh . 20th June 2018 11:01pm
RAJ KAREGA KHALSA VS HIGH COURT CONFLICT DECODED

In recent days we have seen how news on the victory cry for Sikhs 'Raj Karega Khalsa' has been going viral over the internet. According to the viral stuff that is surfing on the internet like fire in the jungle, people are claiming that a recent judgment of Punjab and Haryana High Court is restricting them from writing 'Raj Karega Khalsa' on their social media accounts impeaching their right of expression. Well, that's not at all true because the way this news is being spread it has only raised the tension rather solving the issue. It won't be wrong to mention that some branded and biased media channels are showing this news over and over according to their self-interest. Which on the opposite side is not only hampering the image of the Government of India but is also giving a wrong message among the minority community abroad. The reality is, in a recent case, a person was denied bail, the matter of fact, he has been alleged to post hate comments against the present regime and asked people to rise for a war against Government of India. Now it was during the hearing of the case when an old case was discussed by the prosecution wherein two Sikh men had protested but were granted bail on the terms they never shouted for a war against the nation, It was during the protest they had shouted 'Raj Karega Khalsa' over and again. But the court of Sudip Alhuwalia had denied the bail on the conditions that they had enough proofs against the alleged convict for war against the state. And there was no reality in the viral going news wherein Sikhs have been denied to post the victory cry on their social media accounts. This clearly means each and every Sikh has the right to post 'Raj Karega Khalsa' on their social media accounts. It is to be noted that 'Khalsa' has been derived from an Arabic word 'Khalis' which means 'Pure'. And Raj Karega Khalsa denotes for the rule of the pure ones, it does not only stands for Sikhs. A Khalsa can be from any cast, creed, color or nation, but the one who believes in the great Almighty and the Sikh Gurus is considered a true Khalis or Khalsa.