NEW DELHI—In an eleven-page letter written to the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, DSGMC President Manjit Singh GK has demanded indictment of senior Congress leader Kamal Nath under murder charges. DSGMC has stated that Kamal Nath was responsible for leading the mob who killed 2 Sikhs in Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib on November 1, 1984.
During the press conference, GK said that as per evidence that has come to the fore, a fresh FIR against Kamal Nath should be registered for assassinating two innocent Sikhs during 1984’s Sikh genocide.
Addressing the media at Conference Hall of Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib, Manjit Singh GK informed that he has tried to acquaint the Union Home Minister about the incident with reference of book written by senior journalist of vernacular newspaper Indian Express Sanjay Suri. He informed that Sanjay Suri had revealed in his book that the entire police personnel remained a mute spectator when the two innocent Sikhs were killed mercilessly by the Hindu mobs led by Kamal Nath.
Ruling out the claims being made by Kamal Nath of his innocence, Manjit Singh GK said that Sanjay Suri had also deposed before the Rang Nath Mishra and Nanawati Commission that Kamal Nath was present on the spot when two innocent Sikhs were killed mercilessly. “Suri had also revealed that Police acted as a mute spectator during whole incident while two Sikhs were killed by mob,” he added.
“If the Union Home Minister doesn’t recommend registration of FIR against Kamal Nath, we will move the court,” GK told Sikh24 when asked about next course of action. “During the incident, senior police officials including Gautam Kaul and Hukam Chand Jatav were present. Even the CRPF jawans did not stop the mob as they were led by Kamal Nath,” GK alleged.
Sanjay Suri was in the limelight in 2015 when he claimed that over 3,000 Sikhs were killed in just three days in India’s capital, however no one was held responsible for the massacres. In his book, Suri blames the Congress party for the looking and killings of the Sikhs. He alleges that several Congress leaders were actively involved in organizing the mob and police force remained a mute spectator.