Rajiv Gandhi on 1984 Sikh Genocide”When a big tree falls, the ground is bound to shake”


HS Phoolka released a video of Rajiv Gandhi justifying 1984 Sikh massacre.

The video is nearly 31 years old in which Rajiv Gandhi is seen saying ‘Bdaa ped girta hai toh Dharti toh hilegi hi’ “When a big tree falls, the ground is bound to shake” after massacre of 1984 which took place after Indira Gandhi’s assassination.

Indian PM at the time Rajiv Gandhi justifies the killings and mass murder of Sikhs in Delhi 1984.

This video proves of the statement that has long been heard of Rajiv Gandhi’s hand in 1984 Sikh massacre.

A news report 18 report has revealed new information on the 1984 Sikh genocide. Jagdish Tytler told News18 that Rajiv Gandhi toured round Delhi with him in the ambassador car in and around Delhi to various parts of Sikh dominated areas.

Jagdish admitted that Rajiv Gandhi drove the car in Mukherjee Nagar, Model Town, Azadpurnagar and other areas.

Talking to News18, Tytler said Rajiv Gandhi toured the areas in the former’s ambassador car and was extremely anguished at party MPs from Delhi, who were told to go to their constituencies.

Tytler is one of the organizers of the 1984 Sikh Genocide according to Nanavati Commission’s report. He was also accused of killing three Sikhs outside Gurudwara Pulbangash in his Delhi north constituency during the riots.

HS Phoolka told the press that a new inquiry should made because the areas Jagdish Tytler mentioned in his interview was where the most killings of Sikhs occurred.

Sukhbir Badal on the interview:

“Jagdish Tytler has revealed that Rajiv Gandhi travelled with him across the city in 1984. It means that the then PM was supervising the killings. The CBI must look into it. This is a very serious issue.
Sukhbir Singh Badal to ANI”

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh refuted Tytler’s claims and told ANI that the claims were incorrect.

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