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1984 Sikh victims protest near Rahul Gandhi’s residence against Sam Pitroda’s statement

New Delhi, May 10, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The statement of a senior Congress Party leader Sam Pitroda’s statement in connection with 1984 Sikh genocide made Sikh victims angry.

Reacting against Pitroda’s statement a large number of 1984 Sikh genocide victims protested near 24 Akbar Road, residence of Congress president, Rahul Gandhi.

Giving comments against Rahul Gandhi close Congress leader Sam Pitroda’s statement , the DSGMC president S. Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that Pitroda’s statement makes clear that Rahul Gandhi has same poison that Rajiv had 34 years ago.

Sirsa said that there was no change in the thought of the Congress Party in connection with the Sikh community. At the time when we were expecting that Rahul Gandhi will apologise for the Sikh riots, controversial statement of Sam Pitroda has made clear that Rahul Gandhi is going on the line of his father Rajiv Gandhi.

The Sikh leader said that in 1984 when Rajiv Gandhi was Prime minister, he should have apologised for killing of innocents Sikhs. But he issued statement saying “when a huge tree falls earth shakes”. Now same kind of statement is being issued by Rahul Gandhi’s a close leader Sam Pitroda who said “1984 me jo hua so hua”. Sirsa said that we strongly condemn the statement of Pitroda.

In angry mood 1984 Sikh genocide victims protested near residence of Rahul Gandhi demanding to oust Pitroda from the Congress party. In this protest, leaders of the DSGMC – Atma Singh Lubana, Paramjit Singh Rana, Chaman singh, Satender Singh Sahni, Bhupinder Singh Bhullar, Amarjit Singh Pinki etc and workers of SAD also participated.

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