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Sikh Genocide 1984

Failed to unearth Haily Mandi Massacre – Garg Commission Headed By Justice Garg Is Yet Another Eye-Wash: Sikh body

August 1, 2012 | By

Geevni Bai, Isri Bai, Amrit Kaur & Shanti Devi - Surviving Victims of  Haily Mandi Massacre

Geevni Bai, Isri Bai, Amrit Kaur & Shanti Devi – Surviving Victims of Haily Mandi Massacre (Photo: July 2012)

Pataudi, Haryana (July 31, 2012): After releasing evidence related to newly discovered Sikh Genocide 1984 site at Haily Mandi –Haryana, All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) expressed disappointment at the performance of the Garg Commission. In November 1984, at Haily Mandi – Pataudi, more than 28 Sikhs were killed in systematic, organized and well planned attack and many of the victims were burnt alive by the death squads.

AISSF also presented a copy of the FIR number 282-83 which was registered at Pataudi Police Station on November 12, 1984. The FIR identifies those who were involved in the killing of Sikhs at Haily Mandi – Pataudi. Federation also presented a list of 24 individuals who witnessed the killing of Sikhs and identified the attackers.

Showing great dissatisfaction at the performance of the Garg Commission, Karnail Singh Peermohammad, AISSF President questioned that “if a Sikh Rights group is able to unearth the killing of Sikhs at Haily Mandi and can locate the evidence, how come Garg Commission who is specifically investigating the 1984 killing of Sikhs in Haryana is not able to uncover the killings in Haily Mandi”.

Federation President and its senior leadership including Davinder Singh Sodhi, Jagroop Singh Cheema and Balbir Singh stated that “justice has eluded the Sikh community for the last twenty eight years and even though we are presenting evidence to Garg Commission, there is no hope that Commission will ever be able to prosecute those who organized genocidal attacks on Sikhs during November 1984”.

Federation also released the list of those killed at Haily Mandi and Pataudi, Haryana during November 1984.

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