Published October 19, 2012 | 7:16 pm
Amritsar: As the 28th anniversary of the 1984 anti-sikh riots draws near,several organisations working for the betterment of the Sikh community in Delhi said a mobile photo exhibition of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots would be inaugurated at Jallianwala Bagh on November 01.
It would reach Sultanpur Lodhi on October 24, Jalandhar on October 25, Ludhiana on October 26, Anandpur Sahib on October 27 and Chandigarh on October 28.
A seminar on “Effective legislation against communal and sectarian violence” would be held on November 4, said senior advocate of the Supreme Court HS Phoolka.
He said the photo exhibition and the seminar were being organised to pressurise the government into punishing the guilty as not one accused in the anti-Sikh riots had been convicted.
Several groups like Lok Raj Sangathan, Socialist Yuvajan Sabha, the Sikh Forum, etc have came together to make an appeal to the government to bring justice to the families of those who lost their lives in the carnage.
A signature campaign have also been released and will be released online for obtaining signatures in support.