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SGPC posses tough questions to Sonia

PTI | ByPress Trust of India, Amritsar
May 07, 2004 01:25 PM IST

The SGPC asked why Sajjan Kumar, Tytler and RK Anand "involved" in the massacre of the Sikhs at Delhi in November 1984 have been given party tickets.

Shiromani Gurdwara Parbhandhak Committee (SGPC) on Thursday sought explanation from Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi on certain issues pertaining to Sikhs.

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In a statement issued here, SGPC Secretary Manjit Singh Calcutta asked whether she had not added insult to the wounded Sikh psyche by giving party's tickets to Sajjan Kumar, Jagdish Tytler and R K Anand "involved" in the massacre of the Sikhs at Delhi in November 1984.

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Earlier also the Congress had honoured Justice (retd) R N Mishra by sending him in Rajya Sabha as a reward for giving "clean chit" to the Congressmen in the carnage of Sikhs, he added asking whether the massacre of Sikhs was justified?

Referring to the Army Action on Golden Temple in 1984, Calcutta asked whether "Army attack" on the holy shrine was justified.

He also sought Gandhi's explanation for not seeking apology for both "Storming of Golden Temple" and "massacre of Sikhs" in June 1984.

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