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India: Rights groups to seek justice from govt. for 1984 victims

October 21, 2012 | By

New Delhi/Amritsar (October 21, 2012): In wake of upcoming 28th anniversary of the Sikh genocide 1984, many human rights organizations have reportedly come together to press the government to secure punishment for the culprits.

Several human rights groups, including Lok Raj Sangathan, Socialist Yuvajan Sabha, the Sikh Forum have appealed to the government to bring justice to the families of those who lost their lives in the carnage.

Advocate H. S. Phoolka, Journalist Jarnail Singh and others addressing Press Conference at Amritsar

According to reports a photo-exhibition — depicting the scenes of the genocidal violence — would be held in Delhi, the capital city of India.

According to information the human groups would begin a ‘mobile photo exhibition’ from Jalianwala Bagh in Amritsar (Punjab) on October 21, 2102 and the exhibition shall reach Delhi on October 30, 2012. Senior Lawyer Harwinder Singh Phoolka is reportedly spearheading the campaign.

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