May 15, 2012 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Amritsar, Punjab (May 15, 2012): Taking a strong note of state DGP Sumedh Singh Saini and others acquiring parts of the village common land (shamlat mushtarka malkan), the Dal Khalsa questioned both father and son P S Badal and S S Badal to explain to the masses “will they act against him now or still feel that Saini is the best officer for top post”.
In a statement, party spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said none was in doubt about the tainted and controversial past of Saini. “Saini never operated within the ambit of law whether he deals with militants or common men”. The cases of his violating law of the land were never a matter of secrecy but only Badals didn’t like to see it, he alleged.
Quoting the reported findings of high-powered committee set-up by the state government, he said not only the illegally occupied properties of these people should be vacated but also they should be prosecuted for making a ‘fun of the law’. He said such people have no right to remain in high offices in the interest of law of the land to take its own course, said he.
He further said fair and proper action would not be possible so long these people continue to be in the commanding action.
The members of the Dal Khalsa were deeply shocked at the judgment of CBI court on May 10, 2012 acquitting seven police personnel in a 23-year-old alleged fake encounter case, said the release.
The verdict had not only shattered the family members of the deceased Kulvinder Singh alias ‘kid’ but had also shaken those who are fighting to uphold the respect for human and civil rights.
Notably, Kid was abducted and later eliminated in a fake encounter near Sohana in 1989.
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