Wednesday, June 15, 2016

DSGMC President :Efforts made by DSGMC to Give Justice to 1984 Genocide Victims Have Shown Results

Congress trying to disturb peace in Punjab to win    assembly elections

The President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management committee (DSGMC) Manjit Singh G.K. today disclosed that the vehement efforts made DSGMC a Special Investigation Team (SIT) constituted by the Union Government to give Justice of the victims of 1984 Sikh genocide had shown results with its decision to re-open 75 cases.Manjit Singh G.K. who was talking to the media in Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib welcomed the decision of SIT set up on 12 February 2015 led by IPS officer Pramod Asthana . G.K also said that he was hopeful that the commitment of Shiromani Akali Dal to give Justice to the genocide victims shall be fulfilled very soon.
DSGMC President also President of Shiromani Akali Dal in Delhi also informed that DSGMC has given all logistic support to the SIT immediately after it came into existence. “We formed a special cell in our office that helped SIT. Under the legal cell incharge of DSGMC Jaswinder Singh Jolly Supreme Court lawyer Sukhbir Kour Bajwa was made Officer on Special Duty and the victims of Genocide were appealed to come to DSGMC office”, informed G.K. The hard work by DSGMC helped in bringing 300 cases to light and 112 cases were scrutinised and were sent to the SIT with proper evidence attached to each case, G.K. informed. It took special cell of DSGMC seven months and all these cases were referred to SIT in 9 batches from 11 December 2015 to 25 may 2016, he added.

DSGMC President said that the decision of SIT to re-open 75 cases out of 112 would help in nailing the leaders of Congress party who perpetrated genocide. He also informed that FIRs in all these 75 cases were already registered but the Delhi police have pushed all these cases in cold basket taking the plea that there was no evidence. G.K. alleged that Delhi police failed to give justice to Sikhs so the cases should be got investigated by CBI or police of some other state. He demanded from SIT that cases in which the names of congress party leaders Jagdish Tytler, Sajjan Kumar and KamalNath is figuring should be handed over to CBI for investigations.

Reacting to the decision of the Congress party to appoint KamalNath as Punjab state incharge G.K. said that the said leader was responsible for attack on Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib during the genocide. DSGMC President said that clarification given by KamalNath in media is insufficient, and demanded that fact given in an affidavit given by a Journalist of India Express newspaper Sanjay Suri to Mishra and Nanavati commissions be investigated again, as the cases were not investigated properly in the past by Delhi police. “There are still bullet marks on a wall in Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib when during 1984 genocide two Sikhs were martyred during firing”, G.K. reiterated.

“The Congress party has mentality of opposing Sikhs has still not changed. In 1984 after genocide of the Sikhs Rajiv Gandhi disturbed peace and managed to take 416 seats in the general elections and in same manner keeping assembly elections of 2017 in mind, Congress party wants to disturb peace in Punjab”, G.K. told the media. Answering a question from media, G.K. said that Congress party has failed to kill Sikhs with bullets and not was defaming them by referring them as drug addicts.

DSGMC President also raised questions on the working of then deputy commissioners of Delhi police Hukam Chand Jatav and Gautam Kaul. G.K. said that during attack on Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib Kamal Nath was present for two hours. “Kamal Nath should have been with the body of Indira Gandhi who was assassinated during those days, what was he doing in Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib knowing that he was not a regular visitor to the Gurdwara”, G.K. said raising serious aspersions on KamalNath.  DSGMC Vice President Satpal Singh, Joint Secretary Amarjeet Singh Pappu, Chief Advisor Kulmohan Singh, Chairman Dharam Parchar Committee Paramjit Singh Rana and Members Darshan Singh, Hardev Singh Dhanoa, Dhiraj Kaur, Harjinder Singh, Jeet Singh and Gurmeet Singh Lubana and Akali leaders Vikram Singh and Punpreet Singh were also present. 

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