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Sikhs Being Denied Drinking and Irrigation Water in MP’s Ashok Nagar, says DSGMC

In a written statement issued yesterday the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) said that it has taken strong notice of an incident occurred in Ashok Nagar district of Madhya Pradesh where an unacceptable condition was being imposed upon Sikhs to avail water for drinking and irrigation.

US Sikh body Welcomes Sajjan Kumar’s Sentencing; Demands Prosecution of Kamal Nath and Amitabh Bachhan

The Sikh Coordination Committee East Coast (SCCEC) has welcomed the conviction of Sajjan Kumar in 1984 Sikh Genocide case announced by the Delhi High Court.

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh Defends Sikh Genocide 1984 Suspect Kamal Nath

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh has defended 1984 Sikh Genocide suspect Kamal Nath once again. In a written statement issued on December 14 (copy with SSN) Congress CM in Punjab says that reference to Kamal Nath in Nanawati Commission report was not a proof of his involvement in "1984 riots".

Sikhs Outraged with Selection of Sikh Genocide Suspect Kamal Nath as Madhya Pradesh CM

The global Sikh community has expressed outrage of selection of Kalam Nath as Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh (MP) State of the Indian subcontinent by the Indian National Congress (INC). Kalam Nath faces allegations of instigating genocidal violence against the Sikhs during November 1984.

Sikh Body Want Rahul Gandhi’s Host British MPs to Condemn His Denial of Congress Involvement in Sikh Genocide 1984

The Sikh Federation (UK) is asking constituents to question any MPs present at an event in the Grand Committee Room in Westminster last Friday and to urge the MPs concerned to condemn Rahul Gandhi for his outrageous and offensive denial of Congress involvement in the 1984 Sikh Genocide.

Rahul Gandhi Denies Congress Hand in Sikh Genocide 1984; Amarinder Singh Defends Him

I have no confusion in my mind about that. It was a tragedy, it was a painful experience. You say that the Congress party was involved in that, I don't agree with that. Certainly there was violence, certainly there was tragedy.

AAP Tells Capt. Amarinder to Apologise for Shielding Cuprits of Sikh Genocide 1984 or Face Protests

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday (Nov. 03) staged a single-day hunger demonstration to seek justice for the victims of 1984 Sikh genocide.

Kamal Nath resigned fearing action in 1984 Sikh carnage related case: AAP

Coming down heavily on Congress leader Kamal Nath after he resigned as the party's in-charge of Punjab affairs, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader H.S. Phoolka.

Kamal Nath resigns as Punjab Congress affairs in-charge

Days after being appointed as Punjab affairs in-charge, Congress leader Kamal Nath today (June 15) resigned from the post.

Parkash Singh Badal defending Sikh genocide suspenct Kamal Nath, says H S Phoolka

HS Phoolka said that as Captain needs help from both Kamal Nath and Jagdish Tytler to get declared as Congress’ Chief Ministerial candidate in Punjab, in a political desperation he is distributing ‘Clean Chits” to all tainted leaders.

Dal Khalsa targets Congress over appointment of Kamal Nath as Punjab in-charge

Sikh groups Dal Khalsa has targeted the Congress party for appointing Sikh Genocide 1984 suspect Kamal Nath as incharge of party affairs in Punjab.

Capt. Amarinder terms Sikh genocide suspect Kamal Nath as “Nobel and Good man”

Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Capt Amarinder Singh claimed that Congress leader Kamal Nath was a "nobel and good" man. He maintained that the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and the Aam Aadmi Party were playing "cheap politics" in blaming Kamal Nath for something he had no role in.

Appointment of Kamal Nath: It’s like appointing staunch Nazi to monitor Jewish affairs, says Simranjeet Singh Mann

"It is like appointing Lord Ravana as the religious and political affairs head of the Congress party at Ayodya or a staunch Nazi party candidate to monitor on behalf of the UN the affairs of the Jews in Israel", said Simranjeet Singh Mann.

Aam Aadmi Party slams Congress for appointing Sikh Genocide suspect Kamal Nath as Punjab Incharge

Reacting sharply on the appointment of ‘controversial’ leader Kamal Nath as In-Charge of Congress’ affairs in Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today termed him as an “accused” of the massacre of Sikhs in 1984 and said that it is an attempt to rub salts on the wounds of Sikhs.

Role of Kamal Nath In 1984 Genocide of Sikhs: AISSF dares DSGMC & SAD (Badal) to file case against Union Minister Kamal Nath

New Delhi, India (February 4, 2014): While charging Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) and SAD (Badal) of playing politics on the issue of 1984 Sikh Genocide, All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) has challenged Manjit Singh GK, President DSGMC to a file criminal case against Congress (I) MP Kamal Nath for his role in 1984 massacre of Sikhs. Union Minister Kamal Nath is accused of leading death squads in 1984 that attacked Gurudwara Rakab Ganj in which many Sikhs were burnt alive.

Sikh Genocide 1984 – Swiss Attorney General dockets Criminal Case against Indian Minister Kamal Nath

Davos, Switzerland (January 24, 2013): As per recent infroamtion the Attorney General of Switzerland has docketed {SV 13.0090-BOL} a criminal case against Indian Minister Kamal Nath who is leading India’s delegation to attend World Economic Forum Annual Meeting-2013 being held in Davos, Switzerland on the complaint of Sikh rights groups.

SFJ & MMR lodged criminal complaint against Kamal Nath in Switzerland; Seek arrest warrants from Swiss Court

Switzerland (January 18, 2013): Ahead of Kamal Nath’s trip to Switzerland right groups “Sikhs For Justice” (SFJ) and a Swiss NGO “Movement Against Atrocities & Repression” (MAR) filed a preliminary indictment with Attorney General of Switzerland urging prosecution of Nath for his role in genocide of Sikhs during November 1984.

Service on Congress (I) “valid” in 1984 Sikh Genocide Case – US Court Ruling

New York/US (September 21, 2012): In September 19 decision, US Federal Judge Robert Sweet ruled that Congress Party of India has been “properly served” with the summons in November 1984 Sikh Genocide case through Hague Service Convention. Denying motion of the Congress (I) to dismiss the Sikh Genocide case for lack of service, the court held that the plaintiffs’ evidence establishes that service was effected properly in accordance with the Hague Convention.

Sikh genocide 1984: US Court reserves decision regarding plea to re-instate case against Indian minister Kamal Nath

New York, USA (April 18, 2012): On April 18, US Federal Judge Robert Sweet heard on submission a motion filed by November 1984 Victims’ requesting the court to vacate its earlier order dismissing the case against Kamal Nath and re-instating the same. The victims motion to reinstate the case argues that survivors of November 1984 Sikh Genocide, as a matter of law, has a right to conduct jurisdictional discovery to uncover Kamal Nath’s contacts with New York to establish court’s personal jurisdiction in this class action lawsuit filed under Alien Tort Claims Act (ATCA) and Torture Victim Protection Act (TVPA). The case against Minister Nath was filed by "Sikhs For Justice" (SFJ) a US based human rights group for his role in leading an armed mob which attacked Gurdawara Rakab Ganj Delhi on November 01, 1984 in which many Sikhs were burnt alive.

Sikh Genocide 1984: India’s ruling Congress party asked to respond with in two weeks by US Federal court

Ludhiana, Punjab (March 16, 2012): As per inforamtion available with "Sikh Siyasat" a US federal court has granted Congress an extension of 2 weeks to respond to the motion for "default judgment" in a law suit filed by Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) for its (Congress') failure to defend the charges of conspiring, aiding, abetting, organizing and carrying out genocidal attacks on Sikh population of India in November 1984.

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