Navjot Sidhu reacts to Sukhbir’s challenge of showing proof in Kotkapura firing case

While sharing the video of Kotkapura, Sidhu took a dig at his government for protecting Badals

Navjot Sidhu reacts to Sukhbir’s challenge of showing proof in Kotkapura firing case

Navjot Singh Sidhu. File photo

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 16

A day after Shiromani Akal Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Singh Badal challenged the Congress leaders, including Sunil Jakhar, Navjot Singh Sidhu, and also AAP leader Bhagwant Mann to bring the proof in the public domain on the involvement of Akali leaders in holy book sacrilege and firing incident, Navjot Singh Sidhu posted two old video clips on his Twitter handle where he shared that CCTV footage of the Kotkapura police firing and contents of Ranjit Singh Commission report. 

While sharing the video of Kotkapura, Sidhu took a dig at his government for protecting Badals.

“Enough Cognizable Evidence available against Badals, says Justice (Retd.) Ranjit Singh Inquiry Commission Report.. In Sept 2018, I shared in Public Domain, statements by Doctors, Ex-DGP & Civil Administration that prove actions at Kotkapura Chowk were consentual with then CM, (sic)” he wrote in a tweet.

“This CCTV Footage was hidden from Justice (Retd.) Zora Singh Inquiry Commission during Badal Regime. Later, dug up by Justice Ranjit Singh. I brought this footage to Public Domain, which shows role of police, acting on behest of the Badals. You are guilty but being protected!” he tweeted.

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