Wednesday 15 July 2020

SIRSA URGES AMIT SHAH TO ORDER INQUIRY AFTER SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES MADE BY DR. MANMOHAN SINGH

- Posted on 05 December 2019

New Delhi, December : The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) President Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa has urged Home Minister to order inquiry into whole issue of 1984 Sikh Genocide after sensational disclosures made by Dr. Manmohan Singh.

        In a letter written to Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah, Mr. Sirsa said that  we are saying since last 35 years that Gandhi Family is responsible for 1984 Sikh Genocide and we have been vindicated with the statement of Dr. Manmohan Singh.  He said that when Khushwant Singh, Kuldip Nayyar and Inder Kumar Gujaral had went to then Home Minister Narsimha Rao’s residence to urge him to call army in wake of grim situation, he had told them that he will consult to the ‘Top’ and at that time on Rajiv Gandhi was at the top as Prime Minister. He said that army was not called in because Gandhi Family  had hatched the conspiracy of Genocide and was executing it.

        Mr. Sirsa said that Rajiv Gandhi issued instructions to Police and other law enforcing agencies through PMO and Home Ministry. It  was ordered that maximum killing of Sikhs to be ensured but security was provided to Killers.

        The DSGMC President urged Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah that this whole issue should be probed thoroughly to know that truth about whom Rajiv Gandhi issued instructions apart from Narsimha Rao and how this government sponsored Sikh Genocide was executed. He said that  a commission headed by sitting Supreme Court judge should probe the issue.

        He also asked Sonia Gandhi to apologize to the nation now when involvement of Gandhi family has been proved and it has been exposed that Rajiv Gandhi had ensure that army was not killed because he was himself executing the conspiracy

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