Failure to include the 26/11 Mumbai victims in the obituaries list - 03/03/2009

S. Prakash Singh Badal ji
Hon. Chief Minister (Punjab)

3 March 2009

Dear Sir,

Sub: Failure to include the 26/11 Mumbai victims in the obituaries list

I am shocked that your government failed to include the Mumbai victims in the obituaries list today in the Vidhan Sabha.

Not only was the loss of life massive, totalling approximately 300, but this included Punjabis, NRIs and foreigners.

As the head of a border state that has suffered so much from cross border militancy and terrorism I fail to understand how you can be so insensitive and callous.

May be it is the 24 months of mayhem and violence in Punjab perpetrated by your goons on Congress leaders and workers, as well as on other innocent Punjabis, that has desensitised your mind to such events.

The victims of Mumbai and the people of Punjab will not allow you to forget this ommission.

You are requested to apologise immediately to the families of the victims.

Yours faithfully,

Jassi Khangura MLA
Halqa Qila Raipu

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