Private enmity purpose behind violence at Anayatpura, says JAS

Private enmity purpose behind violence at Anayatpura, says JAS



Tribune Information Service

Amritsar, April 21

Jamhoori Adhikar Sabha (JAS), an organisation working for human rights and basic rights, on Thursday made public its report concerning the violence at Anayatpura village, close to Majitha, wherein two individuals have been killed.

JAS secretary Yashpal Jhabal, whereas presenting the report {that a} four-member committee had visited the village to collect the info, mentioned the incident was a results of private enmity between the 2 teams and had nothing to do with caste or regional variations.

He mentioned: “Some communal organisations tried projecting it as a conflict between Sikh and Muslims, whereas others tried to show it right into a battle between natives and migrants.” The report additionally raises questions on the functioning of the police.

It alleged that the kin of the deceased Gujjars claimed that that they had handed over 130 bullet shells to the police after the firing, however cops claimed they’ve recovered solely six. The committee members together with Dr Parminder Singh, Amarjit Singh Bhalla and Gurbachan Singh additionally demanded quick motion towards the individuals concerned within the firing.

March 21 incident

Two individuals — Suram Din (22) and Ali (32) — belonging to the Gujjar neighborhood have been killed in a conflict with a neighborhood farming neighborhood on March 21. Residents of Anayatpura village and two teams had a minor alteration earlier after an accident involving a cart and a tractor-trailer. The cart pushed by members of the farming neighborhood overturned after a tractor-trailer, owned by Gujjars, hit it on a slender passage. Although none from the 2 teams have been injured, it led to an altercation. A couple of hours later, the 2 teams clashed leaving two from Gujjar neighborhood useless.





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