RUINS OF DELHI GURUDWARAS BURNT IN NOVEMBER 1984 DISCOVERED
A mass Grave of Sikhs killed in November 1984 has been discovered after 26 years at Gurudwara in 22 Block, Nagloi, No.1, Delhi where more than sixty five (65) Sikhs were burnt alive November 1984. The site where Sikhs were burnt alive killed is located in front of Gurudwara Udaseen Taran Ashram.
All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF), "National 1984 Victims Justice & Welfare Society" and "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ) have also discovered burnt ruins and debris of several other Gurudwaras in Nangloi, Sultanpuri, Kalyanpuri and Mangolpuri areas of Delhi. A list of names of newly discovered ruins of Gurudwaras and list of victims from Gurudwara Udaseen has also been released.
In November 1984 Gurudwara Udaseen was run by Sikhs who migrated from Peshawar Pakistan. Today, there is a cemented square in front of the Gurudwara where sixty five (65) Sikhs along with Granthi of the Gurudwara and Sri Guru Granth Sahib, were burnt alive.
MASS GRAVE OF SIKHS KILLED IN NOVEMBER 1984 DISCOVERED IN JAMMU
A Mass Grave has been discovered in District Reasi, Jammu & Kashmir where 16 Sikhs were mercilessly murdered by crushing their heads on November 1, 1984. The victims were inside Gurudwara Singh Sabha Talwara colony when the attackers came for them on November 1, 1984, dragged them out and murdered them by crushing their heads with stones and rocks.
According to the 26 years old FIR and other official documents excavated by AISSF and SFJ, 16 Sikhs who were attacked and killed on November 1, 1984 in Talwara Colony, Reasi, Jammu & Kashmir were mostly employees working at nearby Salar Dam. On November 1, 1984, a group of attackers came to the Gurudwara Singh Sabha Talwara Colony where the victims had taken shelter. The attackers got hold of the victims and then tortured to death 16 of them by crushing and grinding their heads with rocks and stones.
AISSF & SFJ announced that they will file a writ petition before Jammu and Kashmir High Court against the Government's inaction against killing of 16 deaths. It is a matter of grave concern that "despite the evidence and filing of FIR, the killing and murder of 16 Sikhs in Reasi Jammu was not even investigated let alone prosecuted", stated attorney Gurpatwant Singh Pannun Legal Advisor to Sikhs For Justice