After receiving whopping defeat in last Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) in 2013, former President Paramjit Singh Sarna tried to create hurdles in front of underway memorial for 1984 Sikh genocide. Sarna faced public ire due to his anti-Sikh move not going down well with Sikh community at large.
A large number of people, including victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh genocide protested outside the residence of Sarna in 2013 for moving to High Court for halting the construction work of the 1984 Sikh genocide memorial being built at the Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib Complex.
Protestors led by Nirpreet Kaur, a victim of 1984 carnage, burnt his effigy and raised slogans for his “anti panth activities”.
Despite all the opposition from anti-Sikh forces, the memorial in the memory of 184 anti-Sikh riots has now come up as planned. Named as ‘Wall of Truth’, the memorial act as a balm on the wounds of Sikhs suffering since 1984 and also serve to remind the future generations about the injustice done by the Congress Government.