1984 Sikh Genocide culprits – Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar – share stage with son of the mastermind Rajiv Gandhi on his fast for “Communal Harmony”. A big irony just fell and shook the earth pic.twitter.com/iMFf3iBU22— गीतिका (@ggiittiikkaa) April 9, 2018 Tytler, who was later seen in the crowd, has been long accused of instigating rioters against Sikh following the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh security guards. Kumar, who left the venue, is also accused of his involvement in two cases related to riots. The charges have been proved against neither.
We are praying for togetherness and for brotherhood, for all religions and castes in the countryDelhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Ajay Maken, however, clarified that the two leaders were not asked to leave. He said the stage and its enclosure at the venue were reserved for some Congress office-bearers. “We are praying for togetherness and for brotherhood, for all religions and castes in the country so that we can send out a message that all Indian are one and there is no division on caste basis,” Maken said. The Congress said its leaders were fasting to “promote communal harmony” and protesting against the government’s anti-Dalit policy. Congress units across the country will also observe a fast that came days after Dalit groups called a “Bharat Bandh” against a Supreme Court order diluting a law aimed at to prevent atrocities against Dalits and tribes. The government has filed a plea in the Supreme Court seeking review of its order. (IANS)]]>