Friday, December 11, 2015

DSGMC Raise Question Mark on Phoolka’s Efforts for Justice to Victims of 1984 Sikh Genocide

New Delhi / 7 Dec 2015 – The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) today questioning the working style of Senior Advocate Harvinder Singh Phoolka made startling revelations about the accused in important cases getting reliefs. DSGMC President Manjit Singh GK and General Secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa addressing a press conference today said that the role played by Phoolka has been misleading and doubtful.
 Speaking on the occasion GK made public the failures of court cases related to 1984 Sikh genocide since 2007. “When I asked retired Judge of Delhi High Court Justice RS Sodhi about the reasons for failure of case he suggested DSGMC to become petitioner in all the cases, after which DSGMC without informing Phoolka when petitioned in the CBI on 10th November, about shortcomings in a genocide case against Congress party leader Jagdish Tytler, CBI on 17th November accepting shortcomings agreed to reinvestigate the said case”, informed GK raising contradiction in Phoolka’s claim who on 16th November through a press release accepted clean chit to Tytler in upcoming case on 17th November.
“But change in strategy helped us raise morale of Sikh panth when on 17th November CBI accepted to re investigate the case”, informed G.K. Referring to a question raised by Phoolka in a press conference addressed by him in Punjab two days ago, G.K. replied that it seems Phoolka has not seen the list of witnesses of CBI written in 2007 in which names of both the witnesses was present. “It seems Phoolka has lost interest in these cases and is dreaming to become Chief Minister of Punjab”, G.K. ridiculed Phoolka.
 Speaking on the occasion Sirsa said that after Phoolka’s appearance in Delhi High Court in important cases of genocide seven accused got big relief when they were acquitted instead of getting life sentence. “In one case related to Jagmohan Singh in Tishazari Court three accused including former Municipal Corporator Mangal Sain and in other case of Harminder Kaur in Karkardooma Court in which four accused were sentenced life sentence by the trial court and when appeal was filed in higher court by Phoolka all these seven were acquitted. “To the shock of everyone Phoolka has not even moved Supreme Court challenging their acquittal”, added SIrsa.
Sirsa also said that Phoolka contested parliament elections of 2014 from Ludhiana on Aam Admi Party (AAP) ticket without taking these cases to logical end and now he is preparing to contest assembly polls in Punjab in 2017 on AAP ticket despite having declared that he had given up all post in the party.On the occasion DSGMC Senior Vice President Mahinder Pal Singh Chadha, Vice President Satpal Singh, Joint Secretary Amarjeet Singh Pappu, DSGMC members Tanwant Singh, Samardeep Singh, Hardev Singh Dhanoa, Bibi Dheeraj Kaur, Gurbaksh Singh Montushah, Paramjeet SInhgh Chandok, Legal Advisor Jaswinder Singh Jolly, and Youth Akali leader Jaspreet Singh Vicky Manan were also present. 
With Thanks : Media DSGMC

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