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Sardar Swaran Singh (1907-1994) was an Indian politician. He was India's longest-serving union cabinet minister.
- “In spite of the division of the country all of us Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs--have to live together. Let us, therefore, live in peace so that the poor and the down-trodden may in the new freedom that we have achieved get enough to eat and to cover their naked bodies, leading to a happier and fuller life.”
- In a press appeal to the people on 10-8-47 in Lahore. Civil and Military Gazette: 12-8-47. quoted in Talib, S. G. S. (1950). Muslim League Attack on Sikhs and Hindus inthe Punjab, 1947. Amritsar: Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.     239