Sikhs For Justice (SFJ)
Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) and All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) has launched an international campaign to have United Nations investigate the killing of Sikhs in 1984 and declare it Genocide.
The 1984 Yes It’s Genocide campaign will obtain more than 1,000,000 signatures requesting the UN to independently investigate the organized killing of Sikhs. It is clear that India is unable to objectively investigate itself.
After almost 3 decades and 10 Commissions, India is no closer to figuring out who organized the killing of Sikhs. One thing everyone agrees on is that the killing on Sikhs were indeed organized and well planned, as stated in Justice Nanavati’s Report.
Many academics, politicians and media personal have been given false narratives to the point where only a handful of people know the reality. The killing of Sikhs during 1984 was not spontaneous anger. The Indian Government's Commissions has proven the same.:
“All this could not have happened if it was merely a spontaneous reaction of the angry public. The systematic manner in which the Sikhs were thus killed indicate that the attacks on them were organized”Justice Nanavati Commission of Inquiry, page 181
“There is also evidence on record to show that on 31-10-84 either meetings were held or person who could organize attacks were contacted and given instructions to kill Sikhs and loot their homes and shops”Justice Nanavati Commission of Inquiry, page 180
Before the Genocide
When the British created India, they left behind a multi linguistic / religious nation. With over 1000 different languages and five of world’s major religions calling India...Read More
As many Indians regard Sikhs as sub-human (due to the dehumanization process), the killing begins and quickly becomes a mass killing legally called “genocide.” Politicians, state...Read More
After the Genocide
After the genocide, the government of India worked diligently to first suppress as much evidence as possible and then to propagate as much false information to the international...Read More
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