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Can the Gandhis come out of Op Blue Star shadow?

Thousands would visit Sri Darbar Sahib (the Golden Temple) from across the world not just to pay obeisance but to see the deep holes from bullets and shells that pounded marble and brick structures of the sacred complex in June 1984. For years after Operation Blue Star, the Sikh faith’s holy of the holies turned into a centre of emotional pilgrimage.
Thousands would visit Sri Darbar Sahib (the Golden Temple) from across the world not just to pay obeisance but to see the deep holes from bullets and shells that pounded marble and brick structures of the sacred complex in June 1984.
In retrospect, it has emerged how excessive the use of force was and how aggressive the state propaganda to justify it in the national press ahead of general elections back then.

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