India 1984 – when it backstabbed and betrayed with Sikh nation (Part-20)
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Sajjan Kumar alias Durjan chamaar :—-
The Indian media and journalists are well aware of his deeds, he paid one bottle of liquor and Rs. 100/- in lieu of one murder of a Sikh in 1984. (For reference, kindly see; “दोषी कौन” and in English “Who is guilty” [http://guiltyof1984.blogspot.com/]). There were awards on heads of Sikhs during Mogul era also and to-day the same tradition to reward against killing of a Sikh is being followed in free India, the descendent of Moguls– the family of Indira Gandhi rules over India in the false name of Gandhi. If the readers have forgot, I remind them that …
Former Foreign Minister K Natwar Singh made an interesting revelation about Indira Gandhi’s affinity to the Mughals in his book “Profile and Letters”. It states that- In 1968 Indira Gandhi as the Prime Minister of India went on an official visit to Afghanistan. Natwar Sing accompanied her as an IFS officer in duty. After having completed the day’s long engagements, Indira Gandhi wanted to go out for a ride in the evening. After going a long distance in the car, Indira Gandhi wanted to visit Babur’s burial place, though this was not included in the itinerary. The Afghan security officials tried to dissuade her, but she was adamant. In the end she went to that burial place. It was a deserted place. She went before Babur’s grave, stood there for a few minutes with head bent down in reverence. Natwar Singh stood behind her. When Indira had finished her prayers, she turned back and told Singh “Today we have had our brush with history.” Worth to mention that Babur was the founder of Mughal rule in India, from which the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty have descended.
He was acquitted recently from a Court in Delhi because of his acquaintance and approach in high ups of power, the Courts do mockery with justice, it called the witnesses as untrustworthy and ignored the evidences.
The former police chief of Punjab Juliius Riberio has written in his diary that he tried to convince Rajiv Gandhi during his meetings with him to take action against Sajjan Kumar if he really wants to curb militancy in state. This way he could win hearts of Sikhs but he replied that this man (Sajjan Kumar) was seen sobbing beside his mother till her last breath, hence he doesn’t want any harm to him.
In Mangolpuri, Sultanpuri localities of outer Delhi, he is alleged to lead the death squads and to provoke the mob to attack on Sikh homes, their business establishment, to kill Sikhs, rape their woman and to carry out all kind of atrocities to burn them alive. In Delhi Cantt area which is considered to be most safest place, he lead the mob there also which is revealed by a Sikh woman Jagdish Kaur whose husband and other male members of family were killed on his provocation. She gave her testimony in Court also but the court with its biased stand refused to give her justice and acquitted this demon. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) also held him guilty but being a known flatter of Congress, it’s very difficult to punish him in India other than if someone kills him to avenge.
Mr. Charanjit Singh, a Sikh Congress (I) MP from Delhi suffered a loss of Rs. 10 crores when his Pure Drinks factories were burnt down. Narrating his experience Mr. Singh said: “I telephoned the Lt. Governor and the Police several times, telling them that mobs were burning our factories. I was told that the force would be arriving but that never happened”. He added that he had been a “failure” to his constituents, since all assistance “was denied to him”. (STATESMAN November 10, 1984).
Justice Nanavati recommended that all the seven cases against Sajjan Kumar, including FIR No 307/94, be reinvestigated. This particular FIR had been lodged on the basis of an affidavit filed before the Ranganath Mishra Commission of Inquiry by a widow, Anek Kaur, in 1985. In the affidavit, she gave graphic details of how Sajjan Kumar, other Congress leaders and the police had turned murderous that day. Her house, she said, was surrounded by a mob led by Congress leader Jai Singh. The police were inciting the mob to kill Sardars and burn their houses. She also stated that Sajjan Kumar and another Congress leader Jai Kishan had come in a jeep and when she had run up to them for protection, Jai Kishan had said that only six Sardars were left and that he would get them killed. Sajjan Kumar had also stated that they should be beaten to death. Anek’s husband Vakil Singh was beaten and left for dead — he died three months later. Based on this and other evidence, Nanavati recommended a reinvestigation but the government in its Action Taken Report, denied the allegation and said that Anek Kaur had subsequently (in 1994) withdrawn her statement against Sajjan Kumar. Thus, the government felt that since there was no fresh evidence, it would not be just to reopen the case.
While the government found no justification to reopen the case, Tehelka investigations revealed that witness Anek Kaur was won over and her statement changed.
Tehelka traced out her family as Anek Kaur died about four years ago. Her mother-in-law Sahibzadi disclosed that one Rathi had obtained Anek Kaur’s thumb impression on a paper and used to buy rations for them regularly. Vakil Singh’s sister Mishri Kaur, who used to accompany Anek Kaur, told Tehelka that Sajjan Kumar had offered them a flat to change Anek’s statement. Another offer was made by Sajjan Kumar that he would sponsor their expenses for as long as they live in lieu of a changed statement. The family was paid for about two years. This entire conversation was captured on a spycam. The edited conversation goes:
Tehelka: What had Sajjan Kumar asked Anek Kaur, can you share that with us?
Mishri: Gawahi badal do, poora kharcha milega, muawza milega aur flat dilwa doonga (You will get a flat as well as compensation, just get Anek Kaur’s statement changed).
Tehelka: Did this happen before your eyes?
Mishri: Yes. This was in my presence, kehta tha, byan badal do, jab tak zinda rahoge, poori zindagi ka kharcha doonga, ek do saal diya bhee bus uske baad nahin (He said he’ll take care of all expenses as long as we lived, he gave money for about one or two years then stopped)
Tehelka: What happened after that?
Mishri: Then Rathi came in the picture, Rathi, Inspector Rathi, would accompany Anek to the court, would also bring his vehicle. He used to give Rs 200 every month and in addition also hand over Rs 50 to Rs 100. Jai Kishan, the local mla, had also given Rs 1,200.
Tehelka: And then?
Mishri: Paisa Rathi kha gaya (Rathi took away all the money), usne Anek se angootha lagwa liya (Rathi had taken Anek’s thumb impression on a paper). I had complained against Rathi to the court and headquarter.
Tehelka: Did you not approach Sajjan Kumar for the promised flat and the money?
Mishri: Yes, twice I had gone to him but he refused to speak to me, baad mein aana (come later), I was thrown out of his place. This was some time around the last elections.
Tehelka: What happened to Anek Kaur?
Mishri: She was sick and died about four years ago. Before her death she told me and her daughter as well that take money from Sajjan or else depose against him, take it that he is the murderer of your parents.
Tehelka: So she changed her statement?
Mishri: She did not change her statement but Rathi took her thumb impression and gave her only Rs 200.
That the government was on the side of the guilty is also clear from another case. According to the Nanavati report, one Kher Singh had filed an affidavit before Jain-Banerjee Committee and stated, “that on that day in the morning, he had seen local mp Sajjan Kumar addressing a crowd of persons and telling them that Sikhs had killed their mata and that no Sikh in the area should be spared. At that time Ishwar Singh, Hardwari Lal and other local persons had raised slogans against Sikhs”. The report further states, “This witness therefore rushed back to his house. Dr Iqbal Singh Chadha, Resham Singh and Ajit Singh were burnt alive. When the mob came near his house, the neighbours told the mob that nobody was present in the house and so he was saved. He was rescued by the military on November 3, 1984. Kher Singh had later on approached the police and told them that he was a witness to the murder of those three persons but the police told him that as no case was registered with respect to their murder, her (sic) could not be recorded.”
Regarding this incident FIR no 178 was recorded only on November 15, 1984. No one was arrested in this case and the case was filed as untraced. Justice Nanavati observed in his report, “it appears that in respect of death of Iqbal Singh Chadha FIR No 178/84 and the case was then filed as untraced.
Kher Singh had specifically stated that he was the eyewitness to the murder of Dr Iqbal Singh Chadha yet his statement was not recorded with the result that he was not even cited as a witness. Thus even though eyewitness was available, the police did not investigate the case properly and closed it as untraced.”
While Justice Nanavati states an eyewitness was available, the Action Taken Report says the contrary. It states, “no eyewitness came forward to give give any specific evidence or clue about the incident. Therefore the case was sent as untraced which was accepted by the competent court.” Interestingly, the police refused to record the statement of eyewitness Kher Singh but lodged an FIR based on the complaint of Harvinder Kaur, wife of Dr Chadha, who had not named any person as she had not seen the incident.
This post shall continue to reveal the truth of Sikh genocide 1984 on involvement of govt. machinary, its administration, ministers and the Prime Minister himself i.e from Bottom to Top, so please keep watching whole month of October or until it ends in November sometime.
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Ajmer Singh Randhawa