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Sikh News In city, anti-Sikh riot victims’ families still wait for grants (Yahoo! India News)

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    In city, anti-Sikh riot victims’ families still wait for grants (Yahoo! India News)
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    Wed, 03 May 2006 22:26:12 GMT
    WHEN Tej Pratap Singh, along with his family, fled his hometown Dehradun after his thriving soda water factory and shop were burnt down and looted during the anti-Sikh riots in 1984, he did not know that the resettlement grant promised by the central government would elude him till today. The 74-year-old Sikh, the oldest survivor among the 91 heads of the riot-affected families living in
     
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