Thursday, February 5, 2015

DSGMC President lashes Congress for Rejecting SIT to Investigate 1984 Anti Sikh Genocide

The President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) Manjit Singh GK today lashed on the Congress party for rejecting the recommendations for formation of a Special Investigation team (SIT) to open all cases of 1984 Anti Sikh genocide as a political gimmick. GK welcomed announcement by PM Narendra Modi for assuring formation of the SIT.
Referring to the reports of recommendations by the retired Supreme Court Judge Justice GP Mathur committee constituted on 27, December 2014 by the BJP government to form SIT Manjit Singh GK said that there is a hope for justice for the Sikh families who suffered at the hands of the Congress leaders like Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler who perpetrated the genocide 31 years ago.
DSGMC president also questioned that Aam Admi Party (AAP) for calling it a political stunt and its inability to do anything for the genocide victim families during its 49 day government in Delhi.
“Tytler was present in the rally addressed by Sonia Gandhi in Badarpur few days ago, shows that congress party is blatantly shielding the perpetrators of genocide, knowing that the Gandhi family would be exposed in case action is taken against Sajjan and Tytler who unleashed terror on the innocent Sikhs 31 years ago killing thousands of them,” said Manjit Singh GK.
GK said AAP has a tacit support of the congress party in the elections and Sikhs have no hope from them. “AAP during its 49 days government on ventilator and oxygen was given by the Congress party which shows that it could never act against the Congress leaders on whose behest innocent Sikhs were killed,” adds GK.
It is only the Akali Dal which is fighting for the Justice to the genocide victim families since 31 years and Narendra Modi government has also acted swiftly by formation of SIT. He hoped that very soon the perpetrators of the genocide would be punished as per laid legal provisions.

With thanks : Media DSGMC

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