Bargari sacrilege cases: Navjot Sidhu wants SIT findings made public

At Behbal Kalan, two people were killed in the police firing

Tribune News Service
Patiala, April 16

Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on Friday said that a “botched up” probe in Bargari sacrilege incidents led to delay in justice for the victims.

Sidhu demanded that the Punjab police Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe into the 2015 firings at people protesting in Kotakpura and Behbal Kalan against sacrilegious incidents be made public. 

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At Behbal Kalan, two people were killed in the police firing.

Sidhu said when the culprits are identified as per the report, and there is evidence that the “then state DGP was in touch with the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal at 2.30 am then it’s clear evidence that they were in cahoots”. 

“Law must prevail and charge sheet filed in court against all who were part of the chain”, says Sidhu.

 

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