1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom - Sarna Would Not Be Allowed To Derail Trial Of 1984 Genocide Of Sikhs: Sekhwan | SIKH PHILOSOPHY NETWORK
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1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Sarna Would Not Be Allowed To Derail Trial Of 1984 Genocide Of Sikhs: Sekhwan


1947-2014 (Archived)
Jun 17, 2004
Punjab Newsline Network

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

CHANDIGARH: Sewa Singh Sekhwan, Information and Public Relations Minister Weednesday said that Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management committee Chief PS Sarna would not allowed to derail the trial of ’84 genocide, by falsely charging against the senior advocate HS Phoolka.

He also appealed Phoolka to reconsider his decision and don’t fall in the trap as Sikh community has full faith in his ability to get justice to the victims of ’84 genocide.

In a statement here Sekhwan said that by charging Phoolka at the crucial time of trial when whole Sikh community was waiting for conviction of Sajjan Kumar and Tytler with bated breath, Sarna has exposed his deep rooted links with 10 , Janpath. He said that Sarna's statment is a part of deep rooted conspiracy to save the skin of the congress leaders Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar who were on the verge of getting punishment in the cases being pursued by Phoolka. He said that this whole exercise was meant to save 10, Janpath. He said that Sarna has leveled allegations to demoralise Phoolka. His allegations have hurt the sentiments of the community which will not forgive him for his dirty tricks.

Describing Sarna as B team of Congress party, Sekhwan said that by such acts he has exposed himself to the contempt of whole Sikh community and day would come when he would have to repent on his follies.


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