72 hours notice to Congress by Delhi Sikh Committee

Rahul Gandhi, Indian parliamentarian and son of India's ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi, holds a news conference in KolkataAmritsar: Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has given 72 hours ultimatum to congress party for revealing names of those congressmen who were involved in 1984 riots.

DSGMC and Shiromani Akali Dal Badal has warned to launch stir against the congress party and gherao its vice president Rahul Gandhi who in a recent interview had confessed that some congressmen were probably involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

GK said to news channel who is also president of Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) Delhi unit said It is really shocking that everyday new revelations are made which is like rubbing salt into the wounds of families of innocent who were mercilessly killed 30 years ago by congress goons who were charged by congress leaders such as Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler, and two other leaders who have died including HKL Bhagat and Dharam Das Shastri.

He said it was shocking the then Congress party led government was allegedly watching Sikhs being killed despite presence of 5000 strong army personals in Delhi cantonment and when army was called after three days of the anti Sikh riots it was instructed not to shoot.

He also claimed that when Sikhs were being killed on the streets of Delhi, the telephone links of the then president Giani Zail Singh were snapped and he was unable to contact then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi to intervene into killings of innocent Sikhs.

Meanwhile, General Secretary of DSGMC Manjinder Singh Sirsa alleged that when Ved Marwaha commission constituted by the government to investigate into the riots highlighted the role of top Delhi police cops was, the commission was told to stop inquiry halfway. This shows clear cut involvement of the congress party in killing of thousands of Sikhs in a planned manner, alleged Sirsa.

Bureau Report

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