I want to slap Yashpal once more…

I have seen the struggle of Santokh Singh and his family ever since DSGMC chose to extend legal and financial help to them to depose before the SIT. I could feel their wounds and pains of 1984 carnage in which they lost not only their brothers but their children also suffered major injuries. Their pain weighed on my heart.

“The dead cannot cry out for justice. It is the duty of the living to do so for them.”

On November 1, 1984, a mob led by then Congress leader JP Singh in which Yashpal Singh and Naresh Sehrawat were at the forefront torched Sikh shops in Mahipalpur. These two men killed  Hardev Singh (24) and Avtar Singh (26) by beating them and throwing them off first floor. The humanity stood shamed that day because both Yashpal Singh and Naresh Sehrawat knew Singh brothers and often bought groceries from their shop!

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When the verdict in this case was announced on November 20, 2018, Santokh Singh, the eldest brother who had lost three members of his family, had tears of joy because he had won this battle after 34 years and even when the Police had closed the case as untraced despite witness testimonies of the deceased’s four brothers, who came to Delhi for justice travelling all the way from Jalandhar where they had settled after 1984 genocide.

I have seen the struggle of Santokh Singh and his family ever since DSGMC chose to extend legal and financial help to them to depose before the SIT. I could feel their wounds and pains of 1984 carnage in which they lost not only their brothers but their children also suffered major injuries. Their pain weighed on my heart.

And when on November 15, 2018 the final hearing of this case had happened; I slapped Yashpal outside the court. I slapped him twice; hard and without any guilt.

Why? Because he wasn’t ashamed of killing innocent people; rather he  carried his actions as a trophy and even provoked me saying ‘bhool gaye ’84, yaad dilaun kya (have you forgotten 1984… should I make you remember)’…Then I couldn’t control myself.

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Sikhs have suffered a lot; physically as well as emotionally during 1984 Sikh genocide. Thousands of families were ruined; they lost their loved ones and even source of livelihood. And post the massacre; Sikhs were labelled terrorists and humiliated.

YET… we have chosen to follow the legal way with patience and waited for justice for 34 YEARS which is not a small achievement! So if anyone still has harsh words for the community, I wouldn’t mind slapping him right in front of public.

Today, I thank the community for fighting this battle of justice staying united and I also thank Narendra Modi Ji because it was NDA govt which constituted the SIT and 60 cases related to the massacre are being investigated.

I want to tell Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler that they will also meet their fate soon for their crimes were the worst! And till that day comes, someone from the community would surely slap them as well.

Sting Operation on Jagdish Tytler discloses his brutal deeds

If you haven’t seen the Sting Operation news of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, see it here – https://www.facebook.com/ptcnewsonline/videos/1719906354696093/

In this sting operation, Ex-Member of Parliament of Congress, Jagdish Tytler has admitted to killing 100 Sikhs during the 1984 Anti Sikh Genocide. DSGMC has released a series of 5 video clips of Jagdish Tytler.

In clip number 3, Tytler has admitted that he has killed 100 Sikhs and nothing happened to him except a sham enquiry. This is Mr. Tytler’s confession to the crime he has committed during the 1984 Anti Sikh Genocide.

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In clip 1, Tytler has expressed remorse for not being able to recover 150 crores cash from his friends… these words prima facie point to his undeclared black money and undisclosed transactions.

In Clip no 2 Tytler says – “High Command of Congress committed either we will give you Rajya Sabha seat or make you the CM of Delhi. The media is after my son, and is trying to expose him.”

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Despite this clear proof, if no action is taken even now… this will be a big blot on the judicial system of our nation.

DSGMC will launch strong protests against Police and agencies if no action is taken against Tytler and if needed, the matter would be vehemently raised in Parliament also.

Clip 4 contains videos where Mr. Tytler boasts about being close with Judiciary and how he has got Justice Pathak and Mrs. Justice Pathak appointed to the Court. It is worth to be noticed that on 26.02.2010, Delhi High Court had granted bail to Sajjan Kumar and other accused in one of the matters related to 1984 Anti Sikh Genocide. The order of the Delhi High Court was under a huge question mark since the very beginning and the present sting operation has given impetus to the suspicion.

Surfacing of new video evidence in which Tytler himself has not only admitted killing of more than 100 Sikhs but has also made disclosures on his black money and judicial links has created an atmosphere in which arrest of Tytler is must. His lie detector test, Narco test and polygraph test should be carried out immediately.

Time has come when all guilty including Tytler and Sajjan Kumar should be hanged for carrying out Sikh genocide which has been the most heinous act of the world.