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WASHINGTON, D.C., August 26 -- Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh, President of the Council of Khalistan,
received the Quaid-E-Azam M.A. Jinnah Freedom Award from the Pakistan Golden Jubilee Celebration
Committee in Houston, Texas. The award was presented at a celebration of Pakistan's 50th year of
independence and drew a crowd of approx. 15,000 people.

The Council of Khalistan serves as government pro tempore, leading the peaceful, democratic, nonviolent
movement to liberate Khalistan, known as Shantmai Morcha or peaceful agitation. The Sikh Nation
declared its independence on October 7, 1987, forming the separate, sovereign country of Khalistan (from
the Arabic root "sovereign country of the Sikhs").

"I am extremely pleased to receive this award," said Dr. Aulakh, whose speech stressed unity among the
Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, Dalits, and other people suffering under the repression of the Indian regime.
"Pakistan is free today because Muhammad Ali Jinnah had vision," Dr. Aulakh said. "The Sikh leadership
lacked that vision. Instead, our naive leaders gave in to the false promises of the Congress leaders who
were acting in bad faith."

"India is not a secular country, as it claims, and it is not a democracy either," said Dr. Aulakh. He pointed
out that India has murdered over 250,000 Sikhs since 1984, according to the Punjab courts and an April
14 letter from a coalition of human-rights groups. It has also killed over 200,000 Christians, more than
53,000 Kashmiri Muslims, and untold thousands of Assamese, Manipuris, Dalits (the dark-skinned
aboriginal people of South Asia), and others. "Democracies don't commit genocide," Dr. Aulakh said.

"Chief Minister Badal should learn from history," Dr. Aulakh said. "He has no business allying with the
BJP or engaging in elections under the Indian constitution. Only Khalistan will allow the Sikh Nation to
live in freedom, peace, prosperity, and dignity."

"Sikhs were promised the glow of freedom," Dr. Aulakh said. "Instead, we have suffered the darkness of
Indian genocide. The Muslims of Kashmir and the Christians of Nagaland, among others, suffer under a
similar repression," he said. "We must be united in our common struggle," Dr. Aulakh said. "The struggle
for freedom is universal. We must work together to end Indian tyranny and bring freedom to all the
people of South Asia." The speech ended with five chants of "Pakistan Zindabad!" and five chants of
"Khalistan Zindabad!"

This genocide Dr. Aulakh is talking about was created by Ghandi and Nehru. This is the man with the philosophy of non-violence. Like Dr. Aulakh said that the naive leaders of the Sikh community went with the false promises of the Congress leaders. If the Sikhs knew how the hindus could have been so muderous they would have come to Pakistan.