Gurdyal ends fast, commits to fight for justice
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Gurdyal Singh Bali broke the fast following the Sant Tejvant Singh (Dannay Walay) and Virinderjit Singh offered a glass of juice to him.
“We will continue to fight. If I die, my son will carry on the fight for justice and then maybe his son. Every generation will fight , this is an incident we will never forget,” Bali said.
He further said that despite recommendations of Nanavati Commission, successive Congress Governments shielded the high ranking Congress leaders from prosecution for their role in November 1984.
“Since BJP is now in power at Delhi, victims demand that cases should be filed against Kamal Nath, Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler,” he said .
Chairman National Sikh Front, Virinderjit Singh said “November 1984 Sikh Genocide” was far from being a spontaneous expression of “madness” and popular “grief and anger” at Indira Gandhi’s assassination as made out to be by the authorities.
It was an outcome of a well organized plan marked by important politicians of the Indian National Congress Party and authorities in the administration, he added.
National Sikh Front Chairman Virinderjit Singh, Kulwant Singh Bhatt, Amandeep Singh Goldi, Amitpal Singh, Binni Singh, Sukhdev Singh Mastana along with Ch Vikram Randhawa pitched in support and joined Gurdyal Singh Bali for a day’s fast on Sunday.