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Award for killing Sikhs in 1984
|New Delhi: Mrs Gurdeep Kaur, six male members of whose family, including her husband and sons residing in Tilak Vihar area of West Delhi were killed in anti-Sikh riots in 1984 in the aftermath of Indira Gandhi’s assassination, told Justice Nanvati Commission that while she was hiding in a neighbor’s house, she had overheard some rioters who were laughing and talking among themselves that for killing each Sikh, they were given Rs 50 and a bottle of liquor each.
Testifying before the Commission, she said that when her male family members were hiding in a tubewell house, they were burnt alive by a communal mob (The Statesman, 12 Feb.). q
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