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Various Sikh organizations hail life imprisonment to Sajjan Kumar
12/18/2018 9:27:15 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Dec 18: A meeting of various Sikh organizations of J&K was held under the chairmanship Sudershan Singh Wazir, Chairman J&K Sikh United Front including Shiromani Akali Dal J&K, Bhai Kanaya Nishkam Sewa Society, AISSF, Sikh Naujawan Sabha members of DGPC Jammu to hail the decision of Delhi High Court for pronouncing life imprisonment to Sajjan Kumar, Congress leader, who was found culprit in Delhi Sikh massacre in 1984 after assassination of Indira Gandhi. The participants also condemned and criticized Rahul Gandhi, Congress President for nominating Kamal Nath as a Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, who was also alleged to be involved in murders of many innocent Sikhs in Delhi after Indira Gandhi's assassination by her own security guards.
The participant strongly demanded from Union government to book Kamal Nath under article 302 to provide the justice after 34 years to Sikh community. The Sikh leaders demanded to arrest the culprits who were involved in murder of Sikhs in Talwara at district Reasi in 1984 and the culprits of 13 January 1989 when 14 innocent Sikhs were killed in Jammu during Nagar Kirtan. The Sikh leaders said that the community has not get justice as the culprits are moving freely. They said that Sikhs in India has sacrificed and laid down their lives for the sake of the country and it is very unfortunate that they have not given justice so far. The meeting also demanded to punish senior Congress leader Jagdish Tytler, Kamal Nath and many other who were leading the Sikh massacre in 1984 in Delhi and other parts of India.
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