February 20, 2014 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
New Delhi, India (February 20, 2014): As per information available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) All India Sikh Conference is going to stage a demonstration outside the Delhi Police Headquarters, New Delhi and submit the “List of Killer Police Officers” to the Police Commissioner of Delhi on Thursday, the 20th February at 02:00 p.m. AISC has been maintaining that Delhi police played active role in organizing the brutal massacre of Sikhs during November 1984.
AISC president Gurcharan Singh Babbar told Sikh Siyasat News that “[b]efore the demonstration, a procession will start from Rajghat to proceed towards the venue at 01:00 p.m. and before proceeding, an effigy of R.N. Mishra, the former Justice of Supreme Court of India, and Subhash Tandon, the former Police Commissioner of Delhi will be burnt at the said venue”.
The All India Sikh Conference has been maintaining that Mr Mishra took handsome bribe from the Congress Government before his retirement to drop charges and give a clean chit to the “killers and murderers” involved in the November 1984 Carnage and thus, worn the whole judiciary of India out. On the other hand, Mr Tandon led the mobs to kill and then disrespect the dead bodies of the Sikh people.
“Delhi Police took thousands of dead bodies of Sikh people to the forests on the outskirts of Delhi and Aravalli hills surrounding Delhi to set the lots on fire with the help of petrol, diesel or other chemicals during the hour of darkness in night. They carried out all this by order of Mr Tandon who was given orders by his political High Command and so he had given oral orders to SHOs, ACP, DCP, DIG, IG and the like police officers to do this cruel and inhumane act,” the AISC leader said.
“Cremating over 5000 dead bodies in a single day was an uphill task as it would require thousands tons of ritual material — wooden sticks, ghee, etc. to burn the dead bodies” Gurcharan Singh Babbar told SSN.
“Therefore, the police dragged thousands of dead bodies of Sikh people collected from different areas of Delhi to trucks (counting 120), piled them one on top of the other and took the bundles to the forests on the outskirts of Delhi and Aravalli hills surrounding Delhi to set the lots on fire with the help of petrol, diesel or other chemicals (trucks that supplied the fuel counted 200), and threw the ashes in the hills during the hour of darkness in night as a top-secret act,” he added.
All India Sikh Conference has requested Bhimsen Bassi, Delhi Police Commissioner to arrest immediately all the then police officers who disposed of the dead bodies of the Sikh people without following the legal procedure and thus, making fun of the law of the land. The Conference has asserted that all the names and addresses of the accused police officers are already there in the police records, so no further delay must be done to take the legal proceedings in this case as it marks one of the biggest carnages in India.
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