Indian Express Interview on Panjab

   Posted by: aman   in Punjab

Dear Friends,

I am so glad Parul from Indian Express did the first interview with me, the author of Panjab: Journeys Through Fault Lines.

‘I came to Punjab a quarter-century after militancy had ended, a half-century after the new state was formed, almost three quarters of a century after independence and the Partition, a century after the Gurdwara Reform Movement, birth of SGPC and Akali Dal, a century and a half after the Singh Sabha was created (and Arya Samaj and the Ahmediya movement), and a century and three quarters after the British annexed Punjab. My question was only one: has peace returned? I realised no. Peace has not returned. Peace has never returned. The current Punjab I witnessed is frothing over with disquiet.’

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