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Badal legally bound to furnish information before Commission of Inquiry, says Justice Ranjit Singh
Badal legally bound to furnish information before Commission of Inquiry, says Justice Ranjit Singh
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Badal legally bound to furnish information before Commission of Inquiry, says Justice Ranjit Singh

Posted: 14 May 2018 10:20 AM PDT

     
CHANDIGARH, Punjab—Terming the former Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Badal’s stand of rejecting Investigation Commission as illegal and invalid, the Justice Ranjit Singh led Investigation Commission has said that Badal is legally bound to furnish information sought from him by the Commission. He has said that Badal’s stand is neither legal nor valid in any manner.  
Justice Ranjit Singh has also turned down Badal’s prayer for withdrawing the notice issued to him for coming out with information. In his order, Justice Ranjit Singh asserted that a notice was sent to Badal as he was in a position to furnish relevant information to the commission being the CM then.
If the discretion is left to an individual, the Commission of Inquiry Act would be rendered redundant,” Justice Ranjit Singh ruled. Referring to the provisions of the Act, Justice Ranjit Singh observed that any person required by the commission to furnish information was deemed to be legally bound to do it.
It may be recalled here that the former Punjab CM Parkash Badal had earlier refused to appear before Justice Ranjit Singh Investigation Commission by saying that his party annuls the Investigation Commission appointed by Captain Amarinder Singh.  
It is pertinent to note here that the Justice Ranjit Singh led Investigation Commission had earlier exposed the involvement of Badal in ordering Police firing over peacefully protesting Sikhs at Behbal Klan. Shaheed Bhai Krishan Bhagwan Singh and Shaheed Bhai Gurjit Singh Nikke Sarawan had attained martyrdom in this unprovoked Police firing while several others were left seriously injured.  
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Justice Ranjit Singh’s exposure about Badal’s role in Behbal Klan tragedy
Behbal Klan Tragedy: Badal was involved in ordering firing on protesting Sikhs
By Sikh24 Editors -
April 27, 2018
CHANDIGARH—Within a year of its constitution to unearth reality of sacrilege incidents occurred in Punjab during 2015, the Investigation Commission headed by Justice Ranjit Singh has exposed out that the then Punjab CM Parkash “Singh” Badal was fully aware of the circumstances in Kotakpura where the Sikhs were staging peaceful protest seeking justice in sacrilege incidents. The commission has also made it clear that Badal had issued some special instructions to the Kotakpura administration via DGP Sumedh Saini for handling the situation.
Justice Ranjit Singh has exposed out that he has come across several evidences indicating Badal’s direct communication with the Kotakpura’s administration few hours before the Police opened firing on peaceful protesting Sikhs on October 14, 2015. He has clarified that the CM office was contacted in midnight hours of October 13 & 14 before the police action on October 14, 2015 between 6 am to 7 am.
Justice Ranjit Singh has asserted that evidence had also surfaced that the then local MLA Mantar Singh Brar had spoken to Badal directly or through his secretary Gaggandip Brar. He, in turn, exchanged as many as 21 SMS messages with the Faridkot DC starting from 1.51 am on October 14 and Gaggandip Brar also spoke to Faridkot DC during this time. MLA Mantar Singh Brar and Gaggandip also spoke to each other four times between 2.28.55 am and 15.11.41 pm.
It is pertinent to note here that the Congress led Punjab government had last year appointed the Justice Ranjit Singh led Investigation Commission to probe sacrilege incidents occurred in  Punjab during 2015. The Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh had annulled the earlier report submitted by Justice Zora Singh led Investigation Commission. Similarly, the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) also claims of having rejected the Justice Ranjit Singh led investigation commission.   

 

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