1984 anti-Sikh riots victims still awaiting justice: Amnesty Int’l. Global human rights body Amnesty International on Tuesday said it was “shameful” that thousands of victims and survivors of the 1984 anti Sikh riots were still awaiting justice and that there would be “no closure” for them until those responsible were punished. To mark the 33rd anniversary of the carnage, Amnesty International India organised a discussion on “Chauraasi Ki Nainsaafi: The Continuing Injustice for the 1984 Sikh Massacre here.The discussion gave a glimpse into the lives of the families of 15 victims and survivors, and their struggle for justice for over three decades. “It is shameful that thousands of victims and survivors are still waiting for justice.
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