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Govt will render justice to 1984 riot victims, says BJP leader in US

Punjabi Politics
Washington, May 20 The BJP-led NDA government has taken steps and "will do its best" to render justice to each and every family that has suffered from the grave injustice perpetrated against them during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, a senior BJP leader has said. "I stand before you to assure the community that we will do our best to render justice to each and every family that has suffered during those unfortunate years," BJP general secretary Ram Madhav said amidst applause from the few hundred Sikh Americans who had gathered in a Maryland suburb of Washington DC to celebrate Vaisakhi. He said the NDA government has decided to go to any extent to punish the guilty in the crimes that were perpetrated against the Sikh community during 1984 riots. Justice Dhingra Commission...

K’nataka events vindication of Congress’ moral & political stand, says Punjab CM

Punjabi Politics
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has hailed today’s developments in Karnataka Assembly as a vindication of the Congress party’s moral and political stand, and a total loss of face for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which had stooped to new lows of political impropriety in its desperation to grab power in the state by hook or by crook.

Book sect leader, says SGPC

Punjab
Tribune News Service Amritsar/New Delhi, May 16 The SGPC on Wednesday submitted a memorandum to the DCP demanding to book a sect leader, Narain Dass Udaseen, for posting objectionable remark against Guru Arjan Dev on social media. Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh has directed the SGPC and other Panthic organisations to get register cases under Section 295 A of the IPC against those who pass derogatory comments about Sikh Gurus. Meanwhile, DSGMC general secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa filed a police complaint against Narain Dass Udaseen Samparda for creating disharmony and hatred against the Sikh community by uttering “derogatory” words and giving “untrue” sermons hurting Sikh sentiments. In the complaint lodged with the North Avenue police station, Delhi, Sirsa also gave the poli