Akali Raises Tytler’s Sting on Sikh Massacre

[New Delhi]Akalis Attacks Cong Raising Tytler’s Sting on Sikh Massacre
100 Sikhs Killing in the 1984 today figured in the Rajya Sabha
Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa (SAD), notice under Rule 267 was converted into a zero hour submission by Chairman M Venkiah Naidu .
Though Dhindsa also named another Congress leader, Naidu ruled that no names would go on record.
Dhindsa asked who were Tytler’s accomplices as one person could not have killed 100 persons.
Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) president Manjit Singh GK had on Monday released a video of a purported sting operation recorded in 2011, which he said was received by him from an unknown man on February 3.
Dhindsa said the accused in the sting claims that no action was taken against him except a sham enquiry.
Congress leader Anand Sharma said rules of the House do not allow any matter which is sub-judice to be discussed.
The House cannot be converted into a trial court, he said.
Naidu said the SAD member and some others had met him and showed him the CD of the purported sting operation.
The chairman said he asked the MP to authenticate and now he was willing to do so and place it on the table of the House.