Sarna brothers wanted a Partition Museum but not on 84 Sikh Genocide

After receiving whopping defeat in last Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) in 2013, Sarna Brothers (Paramjit Singh Sarna and Harinder Singh Sarna) tried to create hurdles in front of planned memorial for 1984 Sikh genocide.


‘Wall of Truth’ the memorial built in the memory of 1984 Sikh genocide has come up in Grudwara Rakab Ganj Sahib, as DSGMC was not allotted land anywhere in the national capital by Delhi government. Unable to bear the rousing defeat, Sarna brothers tried to rake an unnecessary controversy by opposing the memorial.


On the other hand, Sarna brothers had mooted a proposal to build a museum on partition but were vehemently against the construction of memorial on 1984 anti – Sikh riots.

All religious bodies had hailed the efforts of DSGMC for starting the process to build the memorial in Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib Complex in Delhi. Only Sarna brothers kept on opposing the construction.


Fingers were pointed on Sarna brothers and their questions were raised on their intentions. We need to look into the background to know more about it.

Parmajit Singh Sarna had honoured Sajjan Kumar one of the main perpetrators of 1984 anti-Sikh riots by offering him a ‘Siropa’ and later also supported his brother in the elections.

There is enough documentary evidence to prove that Sarna brothers has Congress agent and hence their stance on 84 memorial.


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