The newly elected president of the SGPC Prof. Kirpal Singh Badungar stated that the foundation stone of Sikh genocide 1984 memorial at Hondh Chillar laid by the then Jathedar Akal Takhat Sahib will be respected.
A commission that was formed to investigate 1984 Sikh massacre at Hondh Chillar in Haryana has reportedly recommended that an amount of Rs 20 lakh be paid over and above any amount that has been paid to the next of kin of those who had died in the Hondh Chillar massacre.
Asking Manohar Lal Khattar led Haryana government to declare timeframe for the compensation that is to be given to them, the Hondh Chillar massacre victims yesterday threatened to self-immolate outside the residence of Haryana CM.
Garg Commission was appointed by the Haryana Government to probe the Hondh Chillar massacre of 2 November 1984. The commission submitted its report to the BJP led Haryana government about a month ago.
The Justice T.P. Garg Commission, which was appointed to probe the massacre of 32 Sikhs at Hondh Chillar village in Rewari district of Haryana on November 2, 1984 submitted its report to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on March 27.
Hisar: The representatives of Hondh Chillar massacre co-ordination committee said that the Justice T. P. Garg held probe hearing on November 14, 2014. The Garg Commission recorded the statement of retired police officer DSP Ram Bhaj, who was posted as DSP in Narnaul district during November 1984.
Hisar, Haryana: The investigations into Hondh Chillar genocidal massacre of the Sikhs in November 1984 were reportedly stopped as the term of the Garg Commission constituted after 27 years of the massacre has expired. The extended term of Garg commission reportedly expired on 30 September, 2014; as a result the probe that was being conducted in a Hisar court was stopped with immediate effect.
Haryana, India: Thirty-eight people, including women and children, from Rewari district's Hondh Chillar village were burnt alive on November 2, 1984 as part of systematic genocidal massacres of the Sikhs through out India. The bodies of the villagers were later dumped in a well.
Jalandhar, Punjab: As SAD(B)-INLD and Congress are trying to woo Sikhs of Haryana by raking up formation of Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (HSGMC) to garner votes, the issue of justice to the victims of the Hondh Chillar village massacre in Rewari district where 32 members of the community were butchered has been completely forgotten.
Hisar, Haryana (February 01, 2014): It is learnt that Justice TP Garg, inquiring into the 1984 Sikh carnage in Hondh Chillar village of Rewari (Haryana), has completed first phase of investigation.
Amritsar, Punjab (August 25, 2013): As per some media reports the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) has decided to raise a memorial for the victims of the Hondh-Chillar Massacre at the Sikh genocide site at village Hondh Chillar, near Rewari in Haryana.
Hondh-Chillar/Rewari, Haryana (August 22, 2013): As per information available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), the Garg Commission, headed by Justice T.P. Garg, held a hearing related to the Hondh-Chillar Massacre 1984 on August 21, 2013.
Chandigarh/ Punjab (July 17, 2013): It is learnt that the All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) declared on July 17, 2013 to start construction of memorial at Hondh-Chillar on November 2, 2013 in the memory of Sikhs massacred in this village during November 1984 Sikh genocide.
Rewari, Haryana (July 06, 2013): It is learnt that the Justice T.P. Garg commission, that is 'investigating' the Hondh-Chillar Massacre of November 1984, held a hearing on July 05, 2013 that was attended by members of the Hondh Chillar Co-ordination Committee, besides the victims of the Hondh-Chillar Massacre.
Chandigarh/Punjab (November 22, 2012): According to media reprots eight survivors of the Hondh Chillar massacre deposed before the Justice T. P. Garg Commission at Hisar on November 20, 2012.
Haryana, India (August 04, 2012): After discovery of mass graves at Hondh-Chillar and Haily Mandi, in yet another heart wrenching discovery, two more ethnically cleansed sites from the November 1984 Sikh Genocidal have been discovered in the state of Haryana by All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) and Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).
Chandigarh (July 27, 2012): A day after Justice Garg’s visit to village Hondh-Chillar, All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) and Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) demanded a three member inquiry commission comprising of High Court Justices to thoroughly investigate the November 1984 genocidal attacks on the Sikh population throughout the Sate of Haryana.
Rewari, Haryana (July 27, 2012): Certian media reports have suggested that Justice T. K. Garg commission has taken serious note of the encroachments over the site of Village Hondh Chillar, a Sikh village in Haryana that was totally destroyed during the Hondh massacre which left half of the Sikh residents of the village massacred.
Chandigarh (July 16, 2012): It has been recently reported in media today the Haryana government extended the scope of the Garg Commission, a single member commission, constituted to inquire into the killing of innocent Sikhs during the Hondh Massacre of Novmeber 1984 at village Hondh Chillar, to cover Pataudi and Gurgaon districts in addition to the area already assigned.
Hissar (July 02, 2012): A delegation of survivors of Hondh, Pataudi and Gurgaon headed by Karnail Singh Peermohammad President of All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF - Peermohammad), appeared before Garg Commission to present the evidence related to November 1984 genocidal attacks on Sikh population. Survivors, AISSF and Sikh for Justice (SFJ) demanded that Justice Garg should visit the ruins of genocidal sites at Hondh, Pataudi and Gurgaon. The delegation also demanded that Commission should take action on FIR No. 91 dated November 03, 1984 and issue arrest warrant of persons named in that FIR.Next Page »