The Congress on Friday distanced itself from a argumentative comments finished by Overseas Congress arch Sam Pitroda, and pronounced victims of a 1984 anti-Sikh riots and a 2002 Gujarat riots contingency get justice.
“Any opinion or acknowledgement finished by any particular to a contrary, including Sam Pitroda’s, is not a opinion of a party,” Congress arch orator Randeep Surjewala pronounced in a statement.
The Congress asked celebration leaders to be “more clever and sensitive”.
“The Congress celebration believes that probity should be finished to 1984 riots victims as also to 2002 Gujarat riots victims. We detest assault of any kind, opposite any chairman or a organisation of people formed on their caste, colour, segment or religion. This is a hint of India,” a matter said.
On Thursday, Mr. Pitroda had reacted to a BJP’s claim that former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had been directly concerned in a anti-Sikh riots following Indira Gandhi’s assassination.
“What about 1984 now? Talk about what we have finished in a past 5 years. What happened in 1984 happened. What have we done?,” he is reported to have told news group ANI.
The Congress questioned because a BJP fielded a apprehension indicted [Pragya Singh from Bhopal].
“Unlike a BJP, that has motionless to margin a claimant charged with apprehension crimes and is being lauded as a face by nothing reduction than Shri Narendra Modi himself, a Congress celebration has shown a dignified and domestic bravery to retaliate people and leaders indicted of violence/role in 1984,” Mr. Surjewala said.