The Supreme Court Lawyer and AAP leader H S Phoolka has taken a new turn in the 1984 anti-Sikh carnage as the so called “tireless” lawyer is now tirelessly asking the centre government to bring justice for Sikhs.
Phoolka, who had started his career from the cases of Sikh carnage, has completely failed to achieve justice in a span of historic 31 years of time period. He urged the centre government to look beyond the riots and provide justice to the victims.
The lawyer who had earlier claimed that the centre government headed under the UPA regime had shielded the culprit Jagdish Tytler.
Even the Aam Aadmi Party who fought the assembly elections had promised the Sikhs that the culprits in the cases would put behind bars if the party forms government.
On February 14, the party has completed one year in Delhi and there is nothing has been done so far in the case. Moreover, the Phoolka’s party has lost the files of SIT constituted by Kejriwal to probe the matter. However, both Kejriwal and Phoolka failed to bring justice for the victims.
Look who’s talking
Phoolka when failed to achieve anything in the case he thrown the ball in centre’s court. He said, “It was expected that when BJP comes in power it will deliver its promise. Unfortunately, the Modi Government has just continued to use this as a weapon for Congress bashing and has done nothing to secure justice for the victims.”
What a stunt he has played to shield himself?
Phoolka had approached Akal Takht Jathedar also
On the 31st anniversary of the riots, Phoolka had written a letter to theJathedar of the Akal Takht about the mass rape of Sikh women during1984. Stating that not a single person had been punished for rape, he urged the Jathedar to raise the issue with the Central government and arrange a meeting of concerned MPs with the Prime Minister.
At last, Phoolka put blame for the delay in the cases because of centre government. Moreover, he approached the Akal Takht Jathedar. He could have been approached the Jathedar earlier but now he is in vacillating condition. To escape himself from the ire of the Sikh victims, Phoolka has started blaming the centre in this regard.