Sikh young Jaspreet Singh, who was nominated in the “Young Achiever of the Year” series of British India Award given in Britain, refused to take up this honor. Jaspreet Singh has expressed his views in writing a letter in his native language, on not taking any honor. We are sharing the letter written by Jaspreet Singh with our readers. Jaspreet Singh wrote:
“Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji Ki Fateh
I am very grateful to the administrators who have nominated me for the Young Recipient Youth Achiever of the Year category in British Indian awards. I pray to Guru Granth Sahib and keep you in Chad Diqla.
I decline the nomination, the nomination. I am proud to earn on the earnings of our elders who have given Hindustan always like the words of Sant Jarnail Singh ji Khalsa, but have not asked for anything in the form of bread, honor and lives. I thank my mother who is the land of Punjab Gave me the courage to fight against tyranny In the 1984 Ghatu Ghara, the blows of the Indian government were still fresh in my zodiac. I feel embarrassed when I do not call any Sikh as an Indian. I am learning, Punjabi is yes, not Indian. Perhaps, if this offer had been done before the slaughterhouse of 1984, then I could have adopted it. As a Sikh, my name connects with identity. It is my duty that as a Gursikh, I raise voice in the Hindustan against the people of Manipuri, Gurkhas, Dalits, Adivasis, Muslims, Kashmiris, Dravidians, etc. By the Hindustan government.
Once again thanking the administrator once again, and rejecting this nomination, I want to say that one from the other class of Indian and British, I am very grateful to Guru Gobind Singh for calling me a gursikh. We are the descendants of young martyr Bhai Amrik Singh ji. I do not want to have this weight on my conscience all my life.
Khalistan Zindabad “
So, this Sikh young man, after being acquainted with this British India Award, has come to know the voice of his conscience, and as a Sikh, he has raised voice against Hindus against the Sikhs and the rest of the nation.