Two Punjab Congress MP’s face Sikh ire for ‘intrrupting’ SAD MP on 1984 anti-Sikh riots issue Two Punjab Congress MP’s face Sikh ire for ‘intrrupting’ SAD MP on 1984 anti-Sikh riots issue | Amritsar Metro Two Congress members of Parliament from Punjab-Partap Singh Bajwa and Ravneet Singh Bittu faced the ire of Sikh community for intrupting SAD MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal while she was speaking on the floor of house against giving clean chit to Jagdish Tytler allegedly involved in 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Sewa Singh Sekhwan Punjab Information minister has alleged that Bajwa has tried to stop Harsimrat from raising the voice against killers of Sikhs in Delhi after the assassination of late PM Indira Gandhi. The action of Bajwa was indeed seen by people during direct telecast of Parliament proceedings. Fearing backlash in the Sikh community, Bajwa alongwith Bittu have been trying to defend themselves and rebutted the allegations. Bajwa said that Harsimrat Kaur was trying to play ‘politics on dead bodies’ (of Sikhs). “We were not trying to stop her”, Bjawa claimed in Chandigarh.