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Behbal Kalan: 6 yrs on, kin of police firing victims say no faith in govt

Locals pay tribute on sixth death anniversary of Krishan Bhagwan Singh, Gurjeet Singh

Behbal Kalan: 6 yrs on, kin of police firing victims say no faith in govt

Two Sikh protesters Krishan Bhagwan Singh and Gurjeet Singh were killed in police firing at Behbal Kalan on September 14, 2015. File photo



Faridkot, October 14

Several residents of the area converged at Behbal Kalan in Faridkot today to pay homage to the two victims of police firing on their sixth death anniversary. The victim families alleged after six years of “drama” by different political groups on the sacrilege and police firing incidents, they had lost all faith in the government.

“We have faith only in God now, who will punish those part of the conspiracy,” said Sadhu Singh, father of Gurjit Singh, who was killed in police firing on October 14, 2015.

“We have seen how politicians used the killing of innocent people as a tool to exploit people,” said Sukhraj Singh, whose father Krishan Bhagwan Singh was killed. — TNS


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