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JNU Issue: Rahul Gandhi, Arvind Kejriwal & 7 others booked for “Sedition”

The JNU issue took another turn yesterday after the Delhi police booked opposition leaders including AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for sedition.

Manpreet Badal to join Congress party in Delhi

People’s Party of Punjab (PPP) chief Manpreet Badal is likely to join the Congress party on January 15.

Rahul Gandhi hand-picks Sikh Genocide accused Sajjan Kumar & Jagdish Tytler for Delhi Polls

New Delhi, India: Congress party's Vice President Rahul Gandhi has hand-picked Sikh Genocide 1984 accused Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler for a panel that would oversee party's campaign for upcoming Delhi Assembly elections. The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has strongly condemned the move.

Court summons Sonia and Rahul in National Herald newspaper’s land grab case

In connection with the land grab case of land worth Rs 2000 crore related to the National Herald newspaper, established in 1938 by India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and shut down in 2008, a court here on Thursday summoned Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her son and party vice president Rahul Gandhi.

Low performance in LS polls: Rahul Gandhi summons fact finding committee to New Delhi

According to media reports, The vice presidents of All India Congress Committee Rahul Gandhi has summoned members of fact finding committee to New Delhi for June 9.

Congress dismissed reports of Sonia, Rahul Gandhi offering to resign as “speculative”

New Delhi, India (May 17, 2014): After the annoucement of Lok Sabha Elections results the Congress party is facing worst position in post-1947 history. The party that ruled India for long terms after the 1947 partition, was able secure 44 seats only.

A careful answer but we get it now – Karan Thapar on Sonia, Rahul and 1984 Sikh Massacre

I wonder if you’ve noticed how carefully Rahul Gandhi answered a question put to him by PTI last Sunday? Asked why he had hesitated to apologise for the 1984 Sikh killings in his Times Now interview, he replied: “The prime minister of the UPA has apologised and the president of Congress party expressed regrets. I share their sentiments completely.”

Amnesty seeks prime ministerial candidates to show evidence of commitment to human rights

New Delhi, India (March 21, 2014): As per information Amnesty International India is asking the declared and probable prime ministerial candidates of various political parties to clarify their positions on key human rights issues ahead of Parliamentary elections in April and May.

Dal Khalsa lashes on Rahul Gandhi for his stand against release of Rajiv’s assassins

Amritsar, Punjab (February 20, 2014): Dal Khalsa has asked "if masterminds and killers of 1984 anti-Sikh killings can escape the so-called long arm of the law and walk freely in the society, then why can't killers of former PM lead the normal life after completing 23 years in solitary confinement.

YAD protest in Ropar [January 31, 2014]

Badal Dal’s youth wing “Youth Akali Dal” held district level protests in Punjab against Rahul Gandhi and the Congress Party

Chandigarh, Punjab (February 01, 2014): As per media reports Badal Dal's youth wing called “Youth Akali Dal (YAD)” workers staged protests at all district headquarters in the state by burning the effigies of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on January 31, 2014 while demanding immediate dismissal of the Congress-led UPA Government.

Rahul Gandhi says some Congress men were probably involved in November 1984, but refuses to offer apology

New Delhi, India (January 29, 2014): Congress Party's Vice President Rahul Gandhi has recently been interviewed by Times Now editor in chief Arnab Goswami. In this interview Rahul Gandhi said “Some Congress men were probably involved” in November 1984 violence against the Sikhs but refused to offer any apology.

Rahul Gandhi and Karnail Singh Peermohammad

AISSF challenges Rahul Gandhi to open debate on role of Gandhi family in 1984 Sikh Genocide

Chandigarh/ Punjab (October 26, 2013): According to information available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), the All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) has challenged Rahul Gandhi for an open debate on the role of Gandhi family in genocidal attacks on Sikh community during 1984.

Rahul Gandhi and Karnail Singh Peermohammad

AISSF (Peermohammad) to protest against Rahul Gandhi’s Punjab visit

Jalandhar, Punjab (October 26, 2013): In a written statement sent to the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) the All India Sikh Students Federation (Peermohammad) has challenged Rahul Gandhi for an open debate on the role of Gandhi family in genocidal attacks on the Sikhs during 1984.

A sketch/painting depicting assassination of Indian PM Indira Gandhi

Harsimrat Badal on Indira Gandhi’s assassination: What did Indira Gandhi think? She would get away scot- free after attacking Darbar Sahib?

Jalandhar, Punjab (October 25, 2013): In an interview, that is expected to attract reactions from the political circles of India, Bathinda MP Harsimrat Badal said: “[i]t was there for anybody to tell you that the entire youth of Punjab was wiped out in the name of terrorism. What was Mr Gandhi thinking? What was Mrs Gandhi doing at that time when she was killing other people’s sons and husbands?… a place of worship which is worshipped by every Sikh…she goes, gives orders to demolish that place and kill people there. What did she think? She would get away with it scot- free?”.

Why doesn’t Rahul feel the pain of 1984 victims? Asks Harsimrat Kaur Badal

Why doesn’t Rahul feel the pain of 1984 victims? asks Harsimrat Badal

Bathinda, Punjab (October 25, 2013): Harsimrat Kaur Badal, a Member of Indian Parliament from Bathinda and a leader of Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) has hit out strongly against Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi after he shared an account of his grandmother and former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi's assassination in 1984 by Bhai Beant Singh and Bhai Satwant Singh.

Highlights of Rahul Gandhi’s Rajasthan speech – mention of “pain” over Indira’s assassination by Sikhs attracts criticism

Ludhiana, Punjab (October 25, 2013): Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi, on October 23 addressed an election rally at Rajasthan where he levelled allegations of inciting communal violence on Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). In this speech he made mention of his “pain” over the assassination of his grand-mother Indira Gandhi and his father Rajiv Gandhi.

Rajiv Gandhi and Narindra Modi

Both Congress and BJP had played ‘politics of genocide and hatred’: Dal Khalsa

Amritsar, Punjab (October 24, 2013): Joining issue with the Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, the Dal Khalsa today accused the Congress and the BJP for teasing the Sikhs at a time when it hurts the most.

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