Thursday, November 13, 2014

SIT ( special investigation team ) to open the cases of 1984 genocide

DSGMC to Home Minister, rehabilitate 1984 genocide victims, set up SIT to investigate cases closed

New Delhi / 13-11-2014

The Delhi Gurdwara management committee (DSGMC) President Manjit Singh GK & Genral sect. Manjinder Singh Sirsa talking to media today said that the Gurdwara committee is making vehement efforts to resolve the issues of the victims of 1984 genocide, which led to killing to thousands of innocent Sikhs across the country. He said, after BJP led NDA government took over the central government, a series of meetings were held with the minister of home affairs government of India Rajnath Singh he demanded rehabilitation of the genocide victims, getting jobs for the victim families and setting up of special investigation team (SIT) to open the cases of genocide shut without any investigation.

GK also informed that in written request handed over to Rajnath Singh it was also demanded to expedite filing of charge sheets in FIR No. 67/1987, of Police Station Nangloi, Delhi against congress leader Sajjan Kumar for perpetrating genocide on innocent Sikhs in national capital leading to about 4,000 deaths.

“Congress Government had been most blatantly shielding Sajjan Kumar,” said GK talking to the media today. He informed that Delhi police prepared a charge sheet in April 1992 for murder under section 302 against Sajjan Kumar but it was never sent to court for trial.In another case, related to genocide registered in Delhi cantonment Police Station, the case was transferred to CBI in October 2005, but 2 months after that Delhi Police filed a closure report giving clean chit to Sajjan Kumar ;Delhi High Court passed strictures and held that it had no power to file the closure report as thei nvestigations was already transferred to CBI.

DSGMC President who is also president of Delhi unit of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) demanded rehabilitation of victim families of genocide and appointment of a special investigating team (SIT) headed by a Supreme Court Judge to open the cases of innocent Sikhs killed in genocide in different parts of India.  According to GK about 2000 families lost the earning members of and ladies and children survived. “Children can’t study and have no means of earning. The jobs be given to the victim families,” demanded GK narrating their pitiable condition.

DSGMC also demanded that huge electricity bills charged on the victims living in the flats allotted in Tilak Vihar should be waived off. “The victim families be rehabilitated with jobs and dwelling units,” further demanded GK. 

With Thanks : Media DSGMC

Dr.Gurdeep Kaur
Associate Prof.
Department of Political Science,
SGND Khalsa College,
University of Delhi
Dev Nagar
Delhi -110005

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