NEW DELHI—A day after release of his confessional video clips, 1984 Sikh genocide’s perpetrator Jagdish Tytler has said that the video was concocted to malign his reputation. He has claimed that it was a big conspiracy to target him in cases pertaining to the Sikh genocide.
In a statement shared with media outlets, Tytler has said that he was pained and distressed to learn about the morphed and doctored video clips being circulated by his political opponents. He has threatened to sue DSGMC President Manjit Singh GK in court for circulating concocted videos to sledgehammer his political status.
Meanwhile, GK, along with genocide victims families, paid tribute to the 1984 anti-Sikh massacre victims with a candlelight vigil at ‘Sach Di Kandh’ (Wall of Truth) built at Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib. GK demanded Tytler’s arrest, even as BJP national secretary RP Singh met Delhi Home Minister Hansraj Ahir and sought an FIR against the Congress leader.
RP Singh asked Ahir “to ensure that the Delhi Police do not come under pressure and influence of Tytler and investigate and file an FIR as soon as possible and take required action to ensure justice to the genocide victim Sikhs”.