New Delhi, November 2, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)
The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) President Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa has urged the AICC President Mrs. Sonia Gandhi to sack Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamalnath and Jagdish Tytler from the Congress party and also remove Kamalnath from post of Chief Minister.
In a letter written to Sonia Gandhi, Mr. Sirsa said that she might be aware of the fact that we have been fighting for the last 35 years to get justice to the victims of 1984 Sikh genocide.
He said that this year is 35th anniversary of 1984 Sikh genocide and he would like to draw her attention to reopening of a case no. 601/84, Police Station Parliament Street, New Delhi by the SIT in which Kamalnath, a senior Congress leader is a prime accused for provoking the mob to burn Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib, New Delhi and killing of innocent Sikhs on 1st November 1984. Another Congress leader Jagdish Tytler is on bail in other 1984 Sikh genocide cases.
Mr. Sirsa reminded her that Kamalnath and others got escaped from the punishment due to their political influence and the pressure of the Congress party. He said that the Sikh community has unitedly raised the demand for sacking of Kamalnath and Jagdish Tytler from the Congress party considering their inhuman and cruel role in 1984 Sikh genocide.
He said that until and unless Kamalnath is removed from post of the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and an active member of the Congress Party, a free, fair and impartial investigation is not possible.
He said that as Congress is a National political party and playing in important role as opposition it becomes its moral duty to accept the truth that Congress Party and his office bearers were involved and played key roles in killing of innocent Sikhs in 1984. He said that the world is looking at her and in case she favours 1984 prime accused, she will never be forgiven by all the justice loving people of the world.
He said that Therefore, we urge you to remove Kamalnath from Chief Ministership and Congress Party so that the victims of 1984 Sikh genocide may get justice.