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Letter from K. S. Gyani
Forwarded to the poet
Atal Bihari Bajpayee
Dear Amrik Ji,
Sat Sri Akal.
I suddenly remembered about your Website today.
Thanks for providing room for two of my Geets. I feel honored.
I read your poem twice. I am sure who so ever reads it, cannot do so without
For some times I have thought about this HOLOCAUST. And feel strongly that
the memory of those innocent people who suffered that cold blooded murder at
the hands of Congress, we must do something constructive. Although the
present day rulers may be chips of the same block, I wish you could some how
reach Atal Bihari Bajpayee. The card you have to play is that if BJP really
wants to completely finish with ( Sonia Gandhi) Congress, he should come
1. Get a memorial constructed in New Delhi ( Like Jallianwala
Bagh) in the
names of those who perished at the hands of this Barbarous party (
Congress), to let the whole world know their real character.
2. Allow shooting of a movie named something like1984 Sikh Holocaust,
so that the whole universe could see, what was really SECULAR
INDRA's Government. If that fails, Sikh NRIs should donate
both the items as mentioned above. I am sure famous actors such as
Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Om Puri, and Raj Babbar will really do a
justice to this subject.
Amrik Ji, I am sure your young voice can really do a miracle.
Regards to Mrs. Kang.
July 4, 2000
Dear Gyani Ji,
Sat Sri Akal,
Thanks for your email as it prompted us to do some search on the Prime
Minister of India. We have discovered that the Prime Minister of India is
a poet too and has a website as a poet. We have visited his website and
read his poems. We have posted your email on Punjabi Manch and have
decided to send that page to the Poet Atal Bihari Bajpayee and not the Prime
Minister Bajpayee on behalf of two poets( the two of us). I am certain
that there are scores of other poets of the Indian Origin who will agree with
us. Now let us hope for a courtesy of reply from a poet if not a
Prime Minister. If Atal Bihari Bajpayee is as good a listener as the late Mr. Hari
Vishnu Kamath, MP who was one of the architects of the Indian Constitution and a
stalwart of the Indian Political Scene, we will
definitely hear from him.
Amrik S. Kang & Manjeet K. Kang
Amrik with H.V.Kamath, Member Parliament in 1981