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GOVERNMENT ORGANISED CARNAGE [Sarkari Qatl-e-Aam]
FROM GURCHARAN SINGH BABBAR

 

Following is a list of those involved in the anti-Sikh violence of November, 1984

TRILOKPURI

BLOCK 5

1. Papita, a gangster

BLOCK 12

2. Brahmni (Mishrani) Shastri

BLOCK 14

3. Baleshwar Bhrgi alias Bhalu
4. Bal Kishan

BLOCK 21

5. Bihari Dhobi

BLOCK 25

6. B. D. Sharma

BLOCK 27

7. Israi Ali alias Chunnu
8. Salim, a notorious criminal
9. Massa, charas smuggler

BLOCK 28

10. Yayiha Siddiqui, clinic owner on the main road of Block 27
11. Monu Singh, shopkeeper
12. Soni, railway employee
13. Mukesh

BLOCK 29

14. Mukri Master

BLOCK 30

15. Om Parkash alias Omi, mason
16. Ved Parkash, brother of omi and head mason by vocation
17. Noor Jahan
18. Karamat, cement-seller
19. Shabnam, owner of a TV shop
20. Damesh
21. Punju
22. Salim
23. Advas’s son in law (Abbas of Block 32)
24. Mukri, video shop owner
25. Hasin

BLOCK 31

26. Kamruddinm four-mill owner
27. Nayamat Ali
28. Neenav, tea shop owner
29. Dr. V. P. Singh
30. Duli Chand, local gangster
31. Rampal Saroj, Congress (I) leader
32. Gopal Singh
33. Kishori Lal and his four brothers, manely, Shravan, Shiya Chote and Kamal who are a
alleged to have brutally murdered four Sikhs, Hukam Singh, Teerath Singh,
Sajjan Singh and Soma Singh.
34. Jaggi Sansi and his wife, Draupdi
35. Kharak Singh Pradhan
36. Gaffar Khan, cement seller
37. Manu Sansi
38. Aasim
39. Somnath, alleged to have killed Hoshiar Singh (son of Milap Singh) alongwith three
other men after locking them in a room and setting it on fire
40. Ajit
41. Kadir
42. Monga
43. Sati
44. Telo Sansi, Draupdi’s sister
45. Rooplal, who is alleged to have murdered Labh Singh
46. Omi Chamar, cobbler
47. Murari, vegetable-seller with a shop in Block 31
48. Pehlvaan, brother of Rashid
49. Bachchan
50. Aziz
51. Ansar
52. Kallo Khan, dhaba-owner
53. Abbaas, cloth and shoe shop owner in Block 27
54. Dr. Lambu
55. Bhallo, boot legger
56. Kayamat Ali
57. Raju Bhangi
58. Jaggi
59. Bhaiyya
60. Murli Khan
61. Sher Khan
62. Raju Ram
63. Bedhu Ram, alleged to have killed in 31/99 and 32/97 Blocks

BLOCK 33

64. Pappu
65. Bhoom, local gangster
66. Gyani, student
67. Mohhamed, bicycle shop-owner
68. Birju
69. Zakir
70. Kamal Singh, rickshaw-owner
71. Munshi
72. Rashid, cycle Rickshaw shop-owner in block 32
98. Ganapt, shop-owner
99. Piriya, Gujarati
100. Gurbat Bhai
101. Islam
102. Rao
103. Changa Doctor
104. Omi three-wheeler driver
105. Garib Das
106. Dharmanand, kerosene-shop owner

BLOCK A-5

107. Hasla Ram
108. Mangla
109. Satbir
110. Salam

BLOCK B-1

111. Pal Brahman
112. Shambhu
113. Kheesamvaija
114. Kumar

BLOCK C-3

115. Gopal and brother
116. Tiwari
117. Raghubir and Bangi
118. Pratap Bhangi
119. Vajuje

BLOCK C-4

120. Barji Lal and his son
121. Kala Ram and his two son
122. Prem Singh Muchiwala, property dealer
123. Jai Kishen Bhangi
124. Danny
125. Pappu
126. Mohan Lal, son of Thekedar Komal

BLOCK P-3

127. Taar Chand, Carpenter
128. Master, kerosene shop-owner
129. Radhe Shyam, mechanic
130. Babu Lal, vegetable-seller
131. Sikander’s brother
132. Gulab Singh, godown-owner

MONGOL PURI

133. Hardwari Lal, Mandal Pradhan
134. Narendra Singh, Congress (I) worker
135. Salim Quereshi, Congress (I) worker
136. Shaukeen, Congress (I) worker
137. Rajinder
138. Shiv Charan

MAUJPUR, GHONDA

140. Biro Joginer, kerosene shop owner
141. Trilok, flour mill-owner
142. Gupta, paper-seller
143. Delu Ram, tailor
144. Bhola Doodhwala
145. Balbir Doodhwala’s son
146. Prem Nai
147. Gyan Malwai
148. Natgayan’s son

SHAKAR PUR

150. Bhatia, Congress (I) worker
151. Dogra, Congress (I) worker
152. Singh, Congress (I) worker
153. Lakshmi dhoban
154. Aswani, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker
155. Satpal, hotel-owner
156. Ashok Kumar, flour mill-owner
157. Ram Niwas Sharma
158. Rohtas Singh of Shkarpur village

KHAJURI KHAAS

159. Kadam Singh, Panchayat Chief
160. Kadam Singh’s nephews
161. Nambat Singh, ration shop-owner
162. Sham Lal, retired assistant sub-inspector
163. Jai Singh, kerosene shop-owner
164. Jugnu
165. Parsa

JANAKPURI

166. Pratap, Chief of the village administrative body, Sagarpur, who is alleged to have killed 22 people

BLOCK C

167. Dabbu Bhangi
168. Kalia Bhangi
169. Upli Bhangi
170. Son Sassi
171. Mohan Sassi
172. Raju Bhangi
173. Malaram, who distributed kerosene oil free to the killers

MANDAVALI-UNCHPUR

175. Sachdeva, property-dealer
176. Raj Kalia, cement-seller
177. Gupta, grocery shop-owner
178. Ram Prakash, worker in a khadi shop
179. Dharampal
180. Kishen Dutt
181. Babu Das
182. Joshi

RAJ NAGAR

183. Balwant Khokar
184. Mohinder Singh Baragdola
185. Iswar Chand Sharma
186. Pandit Ram Niwas
187. Pandit Tara Chand

SADAR BAZAR

188. Kamal Dhobi
189. David, son of the Dhobi
190. Vinayak and his family members

AZAADPUR INDUSTRIAL AREA.

191. T S Bedi, factory owner

 

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