Date: 8/11/2005


PEOPLE OF INDIA ARE UNDER THE JACKBOOT OF CONGRESS, SONIA KHAN AND ABDUL KALAM AND ALL THE FIFTH COLUMN IN BROKEN BHARAT./// ================== WHO ARE THE GUILTY? List Of People Identified By Survivors Annexure IV: H.K.L. Bhagat, Babu Ram Sharma, Sajjan Kumar, Lalit Makan, Dharam Das Shastri, Jagdish Tytler, Mahendra, Mangat Ram Singal, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Sukhan Lal Sood, Jagdish Chander Tokas -- all Congress politicians to police big wigs and others THE PEOPLE ARE SLOWLY WAKING UP IN EXTREME ANGER IN DENIAL OF JUSTICE TO ORDINARY CITIZENS INCLUDING THE SIKHS MASSACRED UNDER STATE DESIGN IN 1984./// WHERE IS THE UNO, WHERE IS THE NATO, BOTH QUICK TO ARREST AND PROSECUTE THE SERBS IN BOSNIA? HOW ABOUT TOUCHING THE WHISKERS OF CORRUPTED INDIA FOR THE TRIAL OF THE ENTIRE LOK SABHA AND CABINET OF "RATS"?/// I. POLITICIANS /// The following is the list of those alleged to have instigated violence and/or protected alleged criminals. /// 1. Mr. H.K.L. Bhagat, Minister of state (Information and Broadcasting). On November 5, reported to have intervened to get miscreants released who were held in Shahdara Thana. /// 2. Babu Ram Sharma, Member, Municipal Corporation (Ward No. 58) reported to be the right-hand man of H. K. L. Bhagat. Reportedly responsible for loot, arson and murder in trance-Yamuna areas-Babarpur, Chajupur Colony, Maujpur, Gonda. Allegedly led people on motor cycle with megaphone. /// 3. Sajjan Kumar, Cong. (I) M.P. from Mangolpuri. Reported to have paid Rs. 100 and a bottle of liquor to each person involved in the killing. /// 4. Lalit Makan, Cong. (I) Trade Union Leader and Metropolitan Councillor. Reportedly paid to mob Rs. 100 each plus a bottle of liquor. A white ambassador car reportedly belonging to him came 4 times to the G.T. Road area near Azadpur. Instructions to mobs indulging in arson were given from inside the car. /// 5. Dharam Das Shastri, Cong. (I) M. P. from Karol Bagh. Reported to becarrying voters list with him at Prakash Nagar for identification of Sikhs. On November 5, according to newspaper reports, he along with other Congress-I leaders tried to pressurize the SHO of Karol Bagh Police Station to release the persons who arrested during the police raids to recover looted property. /// 6. Jagdish Tytler, Cong.(I) M. P. from Sadar Constitutency. On 6th November 5 p.m. he barged into a press conference that the Police Commissioner S. C. Tandon was holding. A journalist reports that he told the Police Commissioner that "by holding my men you are hampering the relief work". /// 7. Mahendra, Metropolitan Councillor. Reported to have accompanied Dharam Das Shastri with voters lists at Prakash Nagar. /// 8. Mangat Ram Singal, Member of Municipal Corporation (Ward No. 32) was reportedly with Dharam Das Shastri and Mahendra at Prakash Nagar. /// 9. Dr. Ashok Kumar, Member of Municipal Corporation, Kalyanpuri. Reportedly held a meeting in Kalyanpuri, following which violence broke out immediately. According to many eye witnesses he led mobs which indulged in loot, murder, arson and rape. /// 10. Sukhan Lal Sood, Metropolitan Councillor. According to eye witnesses was seen leading mobs, which indulged in loot, murder, arson and rape. He had come with petrol and serial lists and addressess of Sikhs in the locality. The women refugees, recognized him and drove him out. /// 11. Jagdish Chander Tokas, Member of Municipal Corporation Munirka (Ward No. 14) reportedly led a mob to R.K. Puram Sector IV and V. /// 12. Ishwar Singh, Member, Municipal Corporation, Mangolpuri (Ward No. 37). Allegedly led the mobs that indulged in looting, burning, rape and murder in Mangolpuri area. /// 13. Balwant Khokhar, Youth Congress-I Leader, Delhi, Identified as one of the persons responsible for instigating looting and arson in Palam Colony area. /// 14. Faiz Mohammad, Youth Congress-I Leader, Delhi, named by refugees in Shakurpur camp and in Mangolpuri for being a part of the mob indulging in looting, arson and murder. /// 15. Ratan, Youth Congress-I Leader, Delhi, named as having taken part in violence and looting in Palam Colony area. /// 16. Satbir Singh, Youth Congress-I. He allegedly brought bus loads of people from Ber Sarai to Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School (Munirka). They burnt school buses and parts of the school building. He was reportedly involved in looting and beating of Sikhs which carried on throughout the night on November 1. /// II. POLICE /// The following is the list of police officials allegedly responsible for negligence of duty and more abetment of /participation in violence : /// (1 of 4) /// e-mail | one page format ! feedback: send /// IN THIS STORY: /// Who Are The Guilty? /// More than 20 years later, while the whole country is outraged at the Congress-led UPA's pathetic ATR on the Nanavati Report, way back then in 1984 itself, a joint inquiry by the PUCL and PUDR had come out with a comprehensive report that has been called a prototype for citizen's response. Updates /// Socio-Economic Composition Of The Assailants /// In the area which were most affected, such as Trilokpuri, Mangolpuri and Sultanpuri, the mobs were led by local Congress ///(I) politicians and hoodlums of that locality /// Role Of Police/// (i) Total absence from the scene; or (ii) a role of passive spectators or (iii) direct participation or abetment in the orgy of violence against the Sikhs. /// Role Of The Administration/// Men at the top in the administration and the ruling party displayed repeatedly a curious lack of concern often bordering on deliberate negligence of duty and responsibility throughout the period /// Role Of Army///(EUNUCHS IN UNIFORM, MERCENARY ARMY OF CONGRESS "BANDITS AND BITCHES", WHO COULD NOT DEFEND LAHORE AND KASHMIR IN 1947, NOR THE HONOUR OF SIKH GIRLS AND LIVES OF INNOCENT SIKH CITIZENS OF BHARAT IN 1984.)/// Why was there a delay in calling out the troops? Even when the army was called in, why were they not effective in imposing a curfew and curbing the violence? /// Role Of Congress(I)/// The legitimate authorities were superseded and decision-making powers were assumed by a few individual Congress (I) leaders /// Role Of Media And Opposition /// Should the media have described the assailants immediately as Sikhs? The need to keep party politics is yet to be recognised. The opposition failed to rise to the occasion /// Role Of The Public/// The ruling party at the centre had sown the seeds of communal division between Hindus and Sikhs. The Hindu public by and large appeared to be in a mood that sanctioned assaults on Sikhs. But there were acts of courage, however, few they may be, which reassure us that sanity still prevails in our country. /// Sultanpuri/// 'Ab to sabse accha yeh hoga ki aap ham sab ko jahar dila dain; ab ham ji nahin sakte ; kaise jiyenge, kis ke liye jiyenge? (It would be best to give us all poison, how will we live and for whom?)' /// Mangolpuri/// One single name which cropped up wherever we went interviewing the residents of Mangolpuri was that of Sajjan Kumar, the Congress/// (I) MP of the area. /// Trilokpuri /// Within just 48 hours, at least 400 Sikhs, mainly young men were burnt alive, with the connivance of the local police machinery and active participation of an organised group of miscreants led by a Congress (I) Councillor. /// Relief And Rehabilitation/// Neither the Government nor the Administration seemed to be concerned with the problem and their attitude of deliberate inaction seems to be a continuation of their stance during the carnage. /// Conclusion/// The riots were well organised and were of unprecedented brutality. Several very disturbing questions arise that must be answered /// Chronology Of Events/// Annexure I What happened when during October 31 to November 6, 1984 /// Eye-Witness Accounts/// Annexure II. First person accounts from Dev Dutt, Dipankar Gupta, Prof. Ashwini Ray, Swapan Lahiri, Sudip Mazumdar, Rahul Kuldip Bedi, Ms. Kamini Jaiswal /// Official Pronouncements And News Reports On The Events/// Annexure III. What the authorities claimed and what the reporters found on the ground level. /// List of Relief Camps Recognised by Delhi Administraion Ludlow Castle: 4,000; Shahdara: 8,000; Shakarpur; 2000; Farash Bazar: 2,000, Gandhi Nagar: 1,000 /// ..........................000000000