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Why is Sukhbir Badal Silent on Mass Murders by Izhar Alam and Sumedh Saini?
Why is Sukhbir Badal Silent on Mass Murders by Izhar Alam and Sumedh Saini?
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Why is Sukhbir Badal Silent on Mass Murders by Izhar Alam and Sumedh Saini?
Posted:
12 Jul 2018 08:26 AM PDT
MALOUT, Punjab—In the “Kisan Khet Mazdoor Dhanwaad Rally” organized at Malout on July 11, the Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Badal asked the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to punish the key perpetrators of 1984 Sikh genocide, namely Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar. Notably, the duo culprits have not been sentenced even after 34 years of committing genocide of Sikhs in November 1984.

Izhar Alam (center) and Parkash Badal (extremely right) hugging each other in a function. (File Photo)

Meanwhile, Sukhbir Badal and senior Akali Dal leaders have continued to remain silent on their relations with Izhar Alam, who enjoys close proximity with the Akalis. Izhar Alam was the architect of the infamous “Alam Sena” which staged mass murders of Sikh youth disguised as encounters in the 1990s.
While Izhar Alam’s role in mass killings is well known, his role was also highlighted by the US Embassy on December 19, 2005 –
“With regard to former Senior Superintendent Punjab Police (Jalandhar) Mohammad Izhar Alam, we can confirm that he now holds the position of Additional Director General (Administration) Punjab Police, a senior police posting.
During the insurgency, he assembled a large, personal paramilitary force of approximately 150 men known as the “Black Cats” or “Alam Sena” (“Alam’s Army”) that included cashiered police officers and rehabilitated Sikh terrorists.
The group had reach throughout the Punjab and is alleged to have had carte blanche in carrying out possibly thousands of staged “encounter killings.”
Izhar Alam acted as KP Gill’s right hand man when he used extrajudicial methods to eliminated Sikh freedom fighters, along with carrying murders of tens of thousands of Sikhs in Punjab.
Badals have continued to also use services of guilty police officials such as Sumedh Saini and Suresh Aurora who too played a big role in mass murders of Sikhs.

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