Senior AAP leader and candidate from Lambi assembly segment Jarnail Singh today lashed out at Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal for making false aspersions on him and linking him with separatist movement by showing pictures of the Remembrance Day meeting of 1984 Sikh genocide victims in London.In a hard hitting statement Jarnail Singh said that Sukhbir Badal was insulting the whole Sikh community by calling everybody, opposed to him as terrorist. He said that Sukhbir Badal was directly involved in sacrilege incidents and Maur Mandi blast and he would get an exemplary punishment after AAP comes to power.AAP leader said that he had given eight minute speech in the Remembrance Day meeting held every year at Trafalgar Square London in 2011 in which he strongly flayed the role of Congress leaders Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler in the genocide of Sikhs.He dared Sukhbir Badal to show his entire speech of the London meeting at PTC channel as he has been displaying the pictures of speech. He said Sukhbir and his father Parkash Singh Badal were perturbed over criticizing the Congress leaders.
Jarnail Singh said that he had worked for the welfare of 1984 anti Sikh genocide victims which were denied justice by respective Congress and BJP led government at center. He said that if he had links with radicals then why SGPC had honored him with 'siropa' for serving the community and helping genocide victims?Jarnail Singh said that Sukhbir Badal and Capt Amarinder Singh were speaking same language and both seem defending Congress leaders involved in Sikh genocide of 1984.He said that Capt Amarinder had openly defended Tytler and Sajjan Kumar and Sukhbir is extending support to them. Their friendship is wide open now. He said that SAD-BJP government in Punjab had never supported the victims of 1984 genocide, whose wounds are still unhealed. He said that Badal family had always looked after self interests and made Punjab mandi of drugs and sanctuary of criminals and mafias. He said that Badals would meet their fate on February 4.