Aam Aadmi Party holds candle light vigil for dalits killed in Haryana, demands VK Singh’s sacking


Aam Aadmi Party volunteers on Sunday took out a cadle light march in solidarity of those three dalits including two children killed in Haryana last week.

Leading the march at Jantar Mantar were senior leader Dilip Pandey and MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj.

The party demanded immediate sacking of union minister V.K. Singh for his comments against Dalits.

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“V.K. Singh’s remarks on Dalits are disgraceful. He should be arrested and sacked,” Pandey said.

Many AAP legislators joined the candle march and condemned the recent murders of two Dalit children in Sunped village of Haryana’s Faridabad district, and the custodial death of a 14-year-old minor Dalit boy at Gohana (Sonepat).

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On Monday, a delegation of the AAP will meet the national SC/ST Commission and submit the fact-finding report prepared by the team of party MLAs, who had visited Gohana where a Dalit boy, Vinod, was found dead in mysterious circumstances.

The team found that the boy was picked up by the local police of Gohana in Sonepat district and his body was later dumped at the house of his relatives.

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AAP representatives who visited Gohana include Delhi’s Social Welfare Minister Sandeep Kumar, legislators Rajinder Gautam, Rakhi Birla, Vishesh Ravi, Prakash Jarwal, Raju Dhingan and Manoj Kumar.


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