Zora panel has indicted Punjab govt, claims Kejriwal
AAP on Thursdayclaimed the Zora Singh Commission, set up to probe death of two persons in police firing during protest against sacrilege of the holy book at Behbal Kalan last October, has indicted the SAD-BJP government and as a result its report has not been made public.
AAP National Convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, senior Supreme Court advocate H S Phoolka and AAP candidate from Dakha on Thursdayreleased what they claimed was a copy of the report. The SAD-BJP government is yet to make the report public.
Kejriwal claimed that the Commission had indicted the Badal government and pointed to a major conspiracy to spread violence in Punjab.
State Home Minister Sukhbir Badal had ordered the police to open fire on peaceful demonstrators to disturb the peace of state, knowing well that his party would not return to power, he claimed.
Phoolka claimed that as per the report, two youths were not killed in exchange of fire as the police has claimed.