STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Sikh United Front (SUF) J&K urged upon the Central Government to initiate probe against senior Congress leader and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath who was accused of Anti-Sikh Riot case. In a meeting held here on Tuesday, Sudershan Singh Wazir, Chairman SUF, while hailing decision of the Ministry of Home Affairs for reopening seven anti-Sikh riot cases, said that Kamal Nath was also an accused in one of the seven cases bearing no 601/84, regarding which the Ministry has ordered Special Investigation Team (SIT) for holding probe. Wazir further alleged that Kamal Nath is guilty of provoking a mob at Gurdwara Rakabganj Sahib, where two Sikhs were burnt alive. The representatives of various Sikh organizations who participated in the meeting included Darbinder Singh, President Shiromani Akali Dal J&K, Mohinder Singh Chief Organizer Bhai Kanaiya Nishkam Sewa Society J&K, Surinder Singh Kala, President Vegetable and Fruit Association J&K, Narinder Singh Raina, Advisor SAD, Surjeet Singh Kuckoo- President Sikh Naujawan Sabha; Harpreet Singh Chotu, President Youth Akali Dal J&K; Hapreet Singh Lucky, President AISSF; Kuldeep Kour President Istri Akali Dal J&K; Gurmeet Kour, General Secretary Istri Akali Dal J&K, Raja Singh, Sarpanch and Member DGPC Jammu, Ravinder Singh, Sarpanch; Charanjeet Singh SDM Retd, Prof Yudveer Singh, Corporator; Manmohan Singh, Chairman Singh Sabha Gol Gujral, Rasbir Singh, Kulwant Singh, Kuldeep Singh Malik, Tejpal Singh, Surinder Singh Dutt and Kultar Singh.
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