Modi, Badal, Captain shielding culprits behind acts of desecration and firing incidents: Kultar Singh Sandhwan

Chandigarh, July 31, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) Kisan Wing Chief and Kotkapura MLA, Kultar Singh Sandhwan has alleged that, given the recent developments doing the rounds in the incidents of desecration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib and the statements and counter-statements coming from those privy to the incidents had left nothing to speculation that SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh, never wanted that those behind the incidents of sacrilege and firing incident at Behbal Kalan- Kotkapura faced the public eye.

In a statement issued from party headquarters here on Wednesday, Sandhwan said that the efforts were made being made from the top echelons of power to offer protective cover to the culprits whose names had prominently figured in many investigation reports. He described tasking of the apex body – CBI with probing the matter and later recalling it without assigning any plausible reasons and then finally submitting its closure report shelving the Justice Zora Singh Commission and the Justice Ranjit Singh Reports and those of three Punjab Police Investigating teams, which, he said, were aimed at offering safety cover to ‘real’ culprits.

Sandhwan further added that the high-voltage drama enacted by Sukhbir Singh Badal and his party over the closure report merely to earn some political brownie point, had now gone in support of the report, stating that he had been changing colours faster than a chameleon.

The AAP leader said that those behind the acts could not be brought to justice until or unless the Punjab and Haryana High Court got the incidents investigated under its watch, stating that the CBI was dancing to the tunes of the SAD alliance partners government at the centre and so did other investigations being impacted by political masters, like Captain Amarinder Singh who never wanted the Badals to face the heat of the desecration incidents.

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