Over thirty years, Sikh organisations, individuals, and many progressive organisations and human rights advocates have been demanding justice for the victims of the genocide of 1984 and demanding that the guitly be punished. This year marks the 32nd anniversary of the genocide. The people's demand has not changed, the Guilty must be Punished!
A rally was held on Tuesday 1st November, 2016 from Mandi house to Jantar Mantar at New Delhi.
A Panel Discussion was held on the 1st of November 2016 at the India International Centre, New Delhi. The invite is provided below:
- Rallying for justice
- Phoolka on 28 anniversary of delhi sikh riots CNN IBN
- It still hurts
- The original sin of November 1984
- Justice still eludes 1984 riot victims
- Petition in Australian parliament to recognize November 1984 massacre of Sikhs as 'genocide'
- Inspired by Gujarat, Sikh riot victims demand justice
- People march for 'Forgotten Citizens 84' exibition in Amritsar
- H. S. Phulka Appeal to all Citizens
- Photo exhibition on '84 anti-Sikh riots opens (Tribune News Service)
From LRS Special Correspondents:
- Forgotten Citizens 1984 Campaign gathers momentum
- What happens when the guilt lies with those in power?
- '1984 इंसाफ के लिए अभियान’ दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय पहुंचा