Thousands of Sikhs take part in ‘Walk for Justice

Prime Minister who also is a Sikh owes explanation to the Sikhs, demands DSGMC president Mr. Manjit Singh G.K.

New Delhi / 10-2-2014 Thousands of Sikhs led by the president of Delhi Sikh gurdwara management committee (DSGMC) Mr. Manjit Singh G.K. today took out ‘Walk for Justice’ starting from Gurdwara Bangla Sahib upto the residence of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh race course road.The participants in the walk were carrying ‘mashaals’ (torches) to symbolizing enlightening and awakening of Congress party to stop atrocities on Sikhs and give them the Justice.

 photo 10 feb 4“Congress party’s dealing with the Sikhs has been atrocious and full of cruelty, as Operation Bluestar in 1984 in Golden Temple Amritsar was planned by the Congress government with the help of Britain government for which the Britain government has accepted its role now,” said Mr. G.K. adding that later in the same year thousands of innocent Sikhs were massacred in open all over the country and their properties were burnt in the riots, which again  was perpetrated by the congress party leaders and party’s vice president Mr. Rahul Gandhi has accepted that congressmen were involved in the anti-Sikh riots.

“Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh should clear the stand of his party stand as to how much and what kind of help was sought by congress party’s then Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi, while planning Operation Bluestar damaging holiest seat for Sikhs Darbar Sahib in Amritsar and killing uncountable innocent,” asked Mr. G.K. speaking on the occasion.

He further questioned the Congress party led UPA government, weather the help from Britain was in form of equipment, arms ammunition, or it was strategic in planning the operation. Mr. G.K. is also president of SAD-Badal Delhi unit. “Prime Minister who also is a Sikh owes an explanation to the Sikhs,” demanded Mr. G.K.

Referring to the promise made by the congress party led UPA government in 2005 by tabling action taken report, in parliament, Mr. G.K. asked congress vice-president Mr. Rahul Gandhi to speak out his party’s commitment towards Sikhs during past nine years.
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In the action taken report (ATR) it was promised to speed up trials of those accused in perpetrating 1984 riots and rehabilitate families of riot victims. “Not a single person has been indicted so far for involvement in 1984 riots and the victims are still struggling for basic amenities,” pointed Mr. G.K. adding that congress leaders Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler are roaming free in the public.

Speaking on the occasion SAD MLA and general secretary of DSGMC Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that Operation Bluestar was preplanned and it is shocking that India despite being a sovereign country sought help of outside country to deal with an internal matter which was most sensitive. Demanded explanation from the Indian government, Mr. Sirsa appealed to Sikhs to stand united for justice.