Sunday, September 25, 2016

DSGMC Will Approach Court of Law Seeking forAarrest of Sajjan Kumar

DSGMC receives complaint from witnesses of 1984 genocide threatened by Sajjan Kumar
Demands security for 1984 genocide victims
The President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) Manjit Singh G.K. has written a letter to Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma after three key witnesses in Sikh genocide of 1984 approached him.
 After the three witnesses Joginder Singh, Prem Kaur and Mishri Kaur approached Manjit Singh G.K., he had asked Delhi police top give these witnesses adequate security cover. DSGMC according to Manjit Singh G.K. has also decided to approach the court of law seeking police remand for Congress leader Sajjan Kumar under charges of threatening and influencing the witnesses. According to DSGMC some of the persons close to Sajjan Kuamr are threatening the witnesses.

According to co-chairman DSGMC legal cell Jaswinder Singh Jolly the witnesses wrote an anonymous letter four months ago, revealing threats received by them revealing that they were threatened to stay away from the genocide case trial and DSGMC reported that matter to Delhi Police. Jolly said that Sajjan Kuamr was getting trapped in the genocide case due to which he was trying to stop the witnesses from appearing in the court.   

Jolly also said that the witnesses who were threatened had revealed that ex-MLA of congress party from Sultanpuri Jai Kishen, his brother Ved Parkash and his sons continuously for three-four times used to visit the house of Joginder Singh in the mid night asking him not to give evidence in the genocide case listed for hearing in the court on 7 September. They were also threatened that incase they give evidence in the court they will be eliminated. Similarly Mishri Kaur & Prem Kaur was also threatened by the five-six men who used to approach her with their covered faces. The Patiala Court in case hearing cross examined prime witness in genocide case Sheila Kaur.

Jaswinder Singh Jolly clarified that DSGMC is making all efforts for conviction of the accused in genocide cases. He said that the justice for the genocide victims have lingered on for 32 years because no attempt was made at any level to make witnesses feel confident and secure. He said, “When DSGMC is doing that some people see it with political prism and say DSGMC is trying to take political mileage and it is wrong”. He clarified that genocide issue is not an election issue but concerns the Sikh panth. 

With Thanks : Media DSG

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