HAS THE POPULARITY OF NAVJOT SINGH SIDHU THE REASON FOR UNREST IN SAD AND OTHERS BEFORE 2019 POLLS IN INDIA - Opinion by: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

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· “"Indulgence in such petty and condemnable actions like vandalising the statue will not absolve ‘You or Your family-Badal Family of the many sins of omission and commission against the Guru Granth Sahib and the Sikh community’, CM Captain Amarinder Singh said.





· Lashing out at the Akalis, CM Captain Amarinder Singh said in their desperation to win public support, "which the party had completely lost due to its criminal acts of commission and omission in the 10 years of SAD-BJP rule, the Badals and their supporters were stooping to abominable levels". NDTV



1. "Indulgence in such petty and condemnable actions will not absolve you or your family of the many sins of omission and commission against the Guru Granth Sahib and the Sikh community," CM Captain Amarinder Singh said in a statement issued here.



2. Lashing out at the Akalis, he said in their desperation to win public support, "which the party had completely lost due to its criminal acts of commission and omission in the 10 years of SAD-BJP rule, the Badals and their supporters were stooping to abominable levels". NDTV



3. “Delhi: Protesters demand renaming of Rajiv Chowk, deface signboard: PTI: Updated: Dec 26, 2018, 21:23 IST:



4. The incident, Raising slogans against former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, the protesters garlanded the signboard with shoes and slippers and splashed black paint on the signboard’ comes a day after a statue of the late prime minister was vandalised in Ludhiana in Punjab by Akali Dal leaders.



5. Raising slogans against former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, the protesters garlanded the signboard with shoes and slippers and splashed black paint on the signboard”. TOI





6. “1984 anti-Sikh riots survivors deface Rajiv Chowk signboard in Delhi: The protesters garlanded the signboard with shoes and slippers and splashed black paint on the signboard. IANS: New Delhi: December 26, 2018: UPDATED: December 26, 2018 21:07 IST



7. 1984 anti-Sikh riots survivors deface Rajiv Chowk signboard in Delhi: Rajiv Chowk's defaced signboard with garland made of shoes and black paint sprayed



8. HIGHLIGHTS: Protesters demanded renaming of Rajiv Chowk after Shaheed Bhagat Singh; They raised slogans and defaced signboard with black paint; They demanded area be renamed as Shaheed Bhagat Singh Chowk



9. Survivors of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots on Wednesday (December 26, 2018) demanded the renaming of Rajiv Chowk, previously known as Connaught Place, after revolutionary leader Shaheed Bhagat Singh, and defaced a Rajiv Chowk signboard.



10. Raising slogans against former Rajiv Gandhi, the protesters garlanded the signboard with shoes and slippers and splashed black paint on the signboard.



11. The incident comes a day after a statue of the late prime minister was vandalised in Ludhiana in Punjab by Akali Dal leaders.



12. Holding Rajiv Gandhi responsible for the 1984 riots, survivors of the 1984 riots demanded that the area be renamed as Shaheed Bhagat Singh Chowk”. INDIA TODAY



13. “Youth Akali Dal Leader Arrested For Vandalising Rajiv Gandhi's Statue: The police said that the men who vandalised the statue demanded the removal of all of Rajiv Gandhi's statues across the country. They also demanded that his Bharat Ratna be taken away because of the 1984 riots. All India | Press Trust of India | Updated: December 25, 2018 23:03 IST;NDTV



14. “Youth Akali Dal Leader Arrested For Vandalising Rajiv Gandhi's Statue: The police said that the men who vandalised the statue demanded the removal of all of Rajiv Gandhi's statues across the country. They also demanded that his Bharat Ratna be taken away because of the 1984 riots.All India | Press Trust of India | Updated: December 25, 2018 23:03 IST



15. LUDHIANA/CHANDIGARH: HIGHLIGHTS: Black paint sprayed on Rajiv Gandhi's statue in Ludhiana; Chief minister asks police to take action, identify those responsible; Chief minister asks Shiromani Akali Dal to apologise to people of Punjab



16. A Youth Akali Dal leader was arrested for allegedly vandalising the statue of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi in Ludhiana on Tuesday. https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/amarinder-singh-blames-shiromani-akali-dal-for-vandalising-rajiv-gandhis-statue-1967905 https://www.facebook.com/balbir.singh.355/posts/1995758477125912



17. Out of the two accused men, the police said they have arrested Youth Akali Dal leader Gurdip Singh Gosha and another person, identified as Meet Pal Singh Dugri, will also be arrested soon.



18. According to the police, six to seven people were accompanying the two accused and they too will be identified soon.



19. The accused allegedly sprayed red and black paint on the statue at the Salem Tabri area in Ludhiana, the police said, adding that they carried out the act in full public glare and blamed Rajiv Gandhi for the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.



20. A video showing the alleged episode has also gone viral on social media. The incident also triggered strong protests by Congress supporters at various places in the state. The protesters threw black paint on posters of SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal.



21. Strongly condemning the incident, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh asked Sukhbir Singh Badal to stop indulging in petty politics and warned him that such acts would backfire on his party in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.



22. "Indulgence in such petty and condemnable actions will not absolve you or your family of the many sins of omission and commission against the Guru Granth Sahib and the Sikh community," he said in a statement issued here.



23. "They are well aware of the fact that the Gandhis were never named or implicated in the 1984 riots, yet they continued to drag the family into the case to further their own political agenda," the chief minister said. He said he would not let the state's hard-earned peace be disturbed by anyone.



24. Lashing out at the Akalis, he said in their desperation to win public support, "which the party had completely lost due to its criminal acts of commission and omission in the 10 years of SAD-BJP rule, the Badals and their supporters were stooping to abominable levels".



25. "Sajjan Kumar had already been sentenced to life term by the court and others involved in the perpetration of the riots would also face legal action," Amarinder Singh added.



26. The SAD has stepped up attack on the Gandhi family after the conviction of Sajjan Kumar. On Saturday, the party had demanded that a special sitting of the Punjab Assembly be convened to pass a resolution for revocation of Rajiv Gandhi's Bharat Ratna.



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