Tag Archives: 1984 genocide

Badal did little for genocide-hit: Sarna

Amritsar, Punjab: Former DSGMC president Paramjit Singh Sarna today lashed out at the SAD-BJP alliance for distorting Captain Amarinder Singh’s statement on Jagdish Tytler with an eye on political gains. Sarna said Amarinder had merely narrated the eyewitness account after visiting the relief camps of the 1984 genocide victims. “He had not given a clean chit to anybody,” he said. He ...

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SAD manifesto misleading: Bajwa

Gurdaspur, Punjab: Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president and sitting Gurdaspur Member of Parliament Partap Singh Bajwa today described the SAd manifesto as “contradictory, misleading, repetitive and yet another attempt to befool the people.” Bajwa said though the manifesto spoke of preserving and promoting the interests of minorities, its main agenda was making Narendra Modi the next Prime Minister. The PPCC ...

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genocide victims burn Capt’s effigy

Amritsar, Punjab: Accusing fo r mer Chief Minister and Congress candidate from Amritsar, Capt Amarinder Singh, of giving a ‘clean chit’ to senior party leader Jagdish Tytler in the 1984 genocide case, the All India 84 genocide Victims Relief Committee and Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) held a demonstration here on Sunday, wherein they also burnt his effigy. Leading the ...

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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 After the lawyer appeared before justice VP Vaish, he said it had dispelled the Akali rumours that he had withdrawn from this battle for ...

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Sikh electorate, a divided lot in West Delhi

New Delhi: Sikh voters in the West Delhi Lok Sabha constituency are almost 9.23 per cent. If they exercise their vote en bloc, they may be a deciding factor, but they are divided. Leadership is also divided in the area. Ajeet Singh, a senior official in Ramgaria Cooperative Bank, said that 60 per cent Sikhs in the constituency are divided, 30 ...

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