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Sikh Group Seeks Memorial Status for Hondh Chillad Massacre Site in Haryana
Sikh Group Seeks Memorial Status for Hondh Chillad Massacre Site in Haryana
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Sikh Group Seeks Memorial Status for Hondh Chillad Massacre Site in Haryana

Posted: 20 Nov 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

GURGAON, Haryana—A delegation led by the All India Sikh Students Federation President Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad held a program at the site of Hondh Chillad massacre to commemorate the life of 32 massacred Sikhs
Notably, 32 Sikhs were brutally killed in village Hondh Chillad (situated on the outskirts of Gurgaon in Haryana) during Sikh genocide carried out by the mobs in November 1984 following the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. 
Addressing the gathering on this occasion, the AISSF President Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad informed that his outfit was conducting a campaign to get 100,000 signatures in relation to a petition regarding Sikh genocide. He added that camps were being organized by the AISSF to get 100,000 so that the genocide victims could be availed justice at the earliest.“The AISSF will also raise voice to get the site of Hondh Chillad massacre converted into a Genocide Memorial,” he added.
The tragic episode of Hondh Chillad massacre was brought into light by the Sikh activist Engineer Manwinder Singh Giaspura in 2011. He had penned a detailed story about this massacre in Panthik magazine founded by Sikh Intellectual Baljit Singh Khalsa.  Since then, Giaspura has also provided valuable information directly to Sikh24 regarding the tragic incidents in Haryana relating to the 1984 Sikh genocide.
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Comment:-    Best move to preserve the 1984 Sikh genocide.
                                               Amar Jit Singh Chandi   

 

 

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