July 23, 2017
Kohinoor Diamond Belongs to Us
KOHINOOR- World 's Most Infamous Conflict Diamond
We , all of South Asia , hereby , ask the the Britishers to consider the fact that why is their Queen wearing in her Crown , , the Kohinoor Diamond .
Kohinoor Diamond , is the most well known Conflict Diamond which was taken as booty by the East India Company from the Lahore Darbar of successors of Sher - e- Punjab , Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
( Maharaja Ranjit Singh had Willed Kohinoor Diamond to the Temple of Jagan Nath Puri ( Odhisha )
Britishers should appreciate that it is most inappropriate and unethical for their Queen to wear a Looted Jewel.
The Diamond should be returned jointly to India and Pakistan
( India and Pakistan can keep the Diamond alternately for 6 months in a year. But they should not give the Britisher an excuse that they do not know to who to Return. ). Let Queen Elizabeth not exploit India - Pakistan rivalry to continue to keep Kohinoor diamond with her.
If any Ruler or Community which had effectively dealt with the areas of Taliban ( NWFP etc. ) it was the Sikhs under Shere-e- Punjab, Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his legendary General, Hari Singh Nalwa.
The famous dialogue of Gabbar Singh in film" Sholay " " So Ja Bete Nahin To Gabbar Aa Jaye Ga "is originally about Gen. Hari Singh Nalwa. Such was the fear of Gen Nalwa that Afghan mothers warned their infants " Khufta Shu ( Sleep ) Aamad Baba Haria ( or else Baba Hari Singh comes ).
( It is , also, a matter of great pride for India that Gen Nalwa is great great grand father of mother of Abhinav Bindra- Winner of Olympics Gold Medal in Shooting ).
Waziristan 1901-2 War Medal Silver
Please note that it is also apparent from the Reverse Side of the Medal where an English Officer is shown with a Sikh Soldier that the British could control the Martial Tribes of Afghanistan because of the Valiant Sikh Soldiers.
Before the British it was the Sher - e- Punjab , Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his legendary General , Hari Singh Nalwa who could control the rebellious tribes