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The Sikh separatist insurgency in India

Jugdep S. Chima

The Sikh separatist insurgency in India

political leadership and ethonationalist movements

by Jugdep S. Chima

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Published by Sage Publications in Thousand Oaks, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sikhs -- India -- Punjab -- Politics and government,
  • Sikhs -- Ethnic identity,
  • Punjab (India) -- Politics and government -- 20th century,
  • Punjab (India) -- History -- Autonomy and independence movements

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJugdep S. Chima.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS485.P88 C456 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24019527M
    ISBN 109788132103028
    LC Control Number2010000856

    The book focuses on three cases--the Sikh separatist movement in Punjab, the Kashmiri Muslim insurgency in Jammu & Kashmir, and the ideological Naxalite movement in central India. Instead of examining only the causes of these insurgencies or the government's counterinsurgency strategies, Biswas also analyzes the underlying determinants of the.   Why Sikh separatism has re-emerged as a flashpoint in Canadian politics and videos that resurfaced this week of his appearances at Sikh separatist events have Author: Stuart Thomson.

    In the second half of the 20th century, the separatist Khalistan movement emerged, demanding an independent Sikh state in Indian Punjab. The main political party, Akali Dal, used the term Dharam Yudh Morcha (morcha meaning 'agitation') to rally Sikh nationalists in their campaigning, especially in Hereafter, several years of violence committed by Sikh militants to achieve their demands.   For a decade, the Indian state of Punjab has witnessed the most violent of India's many sectarian and ethnic conflicts, with a rebellion by Sikh separatists that led to the assassination of Prime.

    He is the author of The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India: Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements (Sage Publications, ), and editor of Ethnic Subnationalist Insurgencies in South Asia: Identity, Interests, and Challenges to State Authority (Routledge, ). He warned in his book, if such a policy continued, “India could have the third partition.” In fact, taking cognizance of the separatist movements in India and New Delhi’s use of brutal force through the military in suppressing them, in one way or the other, Jaswant Singh has shown realistic approach in his book.


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The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements. The Punjab crisis, a two-decade long armed insurgency that emerged as a violent ethnonationalist movement in the s and gradually transformed into a secessionist struggle, resulted in an estimated casualty of no less t people in Punjab.

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Other Titles in: The "Punjab crisis," a two-decade long armed insurgency that emerged as a violent ethnonationalist movement in the s and gradually transformed into a secessionist struggle, resulted in an estima casualties in Punjab.

The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India: Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements provides an authoritative political history of the Sikh separatist insurgency in Punjab by focussing on "patterns of political leadership", a previously unexplored explanatory variable.

It describes in detail the trends which led to the emergence of the "Punjab crisis", the various dynamics through Author: Jugdep S Chima. The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India: Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements provides an authoritative political history of the Sikh separatist insurgency in Punjab by focussing on "patterns of political leadership", a previously unexplored explanatory variable.

It describes in detail the trends which led to the emergence of the. The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India: Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements. New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, SAGE Knowledge. Jugdep S Chima`s The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India addresses not only this turning point, but encompasses, within its pages, a commendable account of the rise, sustenance and decline of the Sikh quest for an independent state.

Jugdep S. Chima’s book, The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India – Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements, attempts to elucidate the rationale behind the separatist movement in the state of Punjab, India, from the early s to the mid s.

The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India: Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements: : Chima, Jugdep S: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Jugdep S Chima. The insurgency in Punjab originated in the late s, was a threat to the unity and integrity of India due to the militant Sikh nationalism known as Khalistan movement.

In the s the movement had developed into a secessionist movement under the leadership of Jarnail Singh on: Punjab, India. The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India: Political Leadership and Ethnonationalist Movements provides an authoritative political history of the Sikh separatist insurgency in Punjab by focussing on "patterns of political leadership", a previously unexplored explanatory variable.

The Khalistan movement is a Sikh separatist movement seeking to create a separate country called Khalistān ("The Land of the Khalsa") in the Punjab region as a homeland for Sikhs.

The proposed country would consist of both the Punjab, India along with Punjab, Pakistan and include parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Sindh in Pakistan; as well as Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and parts of. Jugdep S Chima`s The Sikh Separatist Insurgency in India addresses not only this turning point, but encompasses, within its pages, a commendable account of the rise, sustenance and decline of the Sikh quest for an independent state.

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The Nagalim is a proposed independent country for the Naga the s, the Naga National Council led a violent unsuccessful insurgency against the Government of India, demanding a separate country for the Nagas. The secessionist violence decreased considerably after the formation of the Naga-majority Nagaland state, and more militants surrendered after the Shillong Accord of The book focuses on three cases—the Sikh separatist movement in Punjab, the Kashmiri Muslim insurgency in Jammu & Kashmir, and the ideological Naxalite movement in central India.

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Wikipedia lists 16 belligerent groups and 68 major organization as terrorist groups in India, which include: nine in the northeast (Seven Sisters), four in the center & the east (including Maoist/Naxalites), seventeen in the west (Sikh separatist groups), and 38 in the northwest (Kashmir).

* Instead of blaming Pakistan all the time, we must fix our own hatred towards each other. Operation Blue Star resulted in many civilian deaths. Indira Gandhi’s assassination. anti-Sikh riots. Thousands of Sikhs dead. These anti-Sikh riots o.

India - India - Sikh separatism: India’s problems with poverty, pluralism, inequities in development and gross disparities in wealth and education, and continuing provincial and communal violence did not disappear or diminish. The worst violence erupted in Punjab, where, ironically, the majority of the Sikh population had gained affluence in the wake of India’s Green Revolution of the late.Sikhs (/ s iː k / or / s ɪ k /; Punjabi: ਸਿੱਖ, sikkh,) are people associated with Sikhism, a monotheistic religion that originated in the 15th century, in the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent, based on the revelation of Guru Nanak.

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