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Phoolka: Withdraw security cover from ’84 genocide accused

New Delhi: AAP leader Harvinder Singh Phoolka today demanded that Z category security provided to the accused of 1984 Sikh genocide should be withdrawn. In a letter written to Union Minister of Home Affairs Rajnath Singh, Phoolka said for the past 30 years, the leaders who are responsible for killing Sikhs in November 1984, had been provided the highest security cover, ...

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Now India’s CBFC bans Punjabi Movie “Dilli 1984 – Insaaf Di Udeek”

New Delhi, India: It is learnt that another Punjabi movie “Insaaf Di Udeek – Dilli 1984″ has been denied clearance Certificate by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). Ashok Gupta, director of the movie told during a press conference that an interview of Sikh Genocide 1984 victims and eye-witness was the main motivation behind the movie. He said that the story ...

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Denial of Justice : 1984 genocide victims to carry “Torch Of Justice” from Delhi to New York based UN Headquarters

Amritsar, Punjab: While India’s 67 Independence day was celebrated with fervor, November 1984 Sikh Genocide victims and human rights activists have decided to go international with their quest for justice. Being constantly denied justice, the victims of 1984 violence launched the “Torch of Justice” after paying obeisance at Sri Akal Takht Sahib, the highest temporal seat of Sikhism. Having lost ...

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Phoolka appears before Delhi HC in Tytler case

Ludhiana, Punjab: HS Phoolka, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) contestant for this parliamentary seat, on Thursday appeared before the Delhi high court in a 1984-genocide case, proving that his fight against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler was not over. After the lawyer appeared before justice VP Vaish, he said it had dispelled the Akali rumours that he had withdrawn from this battle for ...

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1984 Anti-Sikh Genocide – The silence of the police station diaries.

New Delhi: The focus is now on how Congress leader Sajjan Kumar was acquitted in a major anti-Sikh Genocide case where he was accused of inciting a mob that led to violence. A key factor in his acquittal was the testimony of a police constable from the local station who contradicted witnesses, saying Sajjan never visited that area. But serious ...

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