Extrajudicial Execution of Jathedar Sri Akal Takhat Sahib
The Inquiry Report Hushed Up
execution of Jathedar Gurdev Singh Kaonke, the former Jathedar (Mukh-Sewadar),
Akal Takht Sahib
At whose instance and
in connivance with, the inquiry report on the extrajudicial
execution of Jathedar Gurdev Singh Kaonke submitted by then
Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) B.P. Tiwari to the
Punjab government in the first week of May 1999 not publicly
disclosed till date and hushed up?
What was the role of
the so-called Committee for Coordination on Disappearances in Punjab
(CCDP) to hush up the inquiry report?
What were the reasons
of silence or not approaching to UNO and the other internationally
recoganised and meaningful Human Rights Organisations for the
purpose so far?
Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch
Gurdev Singh Kaunke, the former Mukh-Sewadar, Akal Takht Sahib, was
abducted by the Hindu India’s police personnel on 20th December,
1993, from his village in Punjab. Bhai Jasbir Singh Rode, also one
of the former Mukh-Sewadar of Akal Takht Sahib,
Advocate Balbir Singh
and former police officer Darshan Singh, along with several other
witnesses, testified in the enquiry of Bhai Kaunke’s abduction.
Police officer Darshan Singh said that Senior Superintendent of
Police Swarn Ghotna, Deputy Superintendent of Police Harbhagwan
Singh Sodhi and an Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police Chanan Singh
tortured Bhai Gurdev Singh Kaunke, at a CIA (Central Intelligence
Agency) centre and other places, before dumping his body in a canal
on 3rd January, 1994”.
extract from “An
Undeclared War on the Sikh Nation Punjab:
“Operation Bluestar ...”
Published: October 4, 2009
Updated: November 23, 2009
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the probe or do the justice against the wishes of “some powers”?
Union minister Farooq
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