Congress appeasement policy based on divide and rule to remain in power is responsible for the killing of Sarabjit Singh. This policy continues to encourage anti-Hindu sentiments inside and outside India: ‘Hindu Terror remark’ of Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and the innovative research of Manmohan Singh which said ‘RSS’ was behind the Anti-Sikh Riots 1984.
Congress tried to down the anger of Sikhs on 1984 riots by giving Padam Vibhushan and thereafter nominating Manmohan Singh on PM post. Why does respected Manmohan Singh return these briberies to Sonia Gandhi immediately? This may be a big one step to pacify the hurt sentiments of Sikhs.
Pragya Bharti is being tortured in TADA jail due to appeasement policy. Not a single word is uttered by BJP to evoke any community. But PM Manmohan Singh in Hubli evokes Muslim sentiments in his speech. Other Congress leaders followed his path. Narendra Modi in his speech at Mangalore said: “The election commission should seek answer from Congress about some of the statements given by their leaders - they say they will allow cow slaughter - how can they make such statements?"
Pakistan Human Right Commission collected courage to criticize the murder of Sarbajit Singh by jail authority there. A former Indian spy Elahi, who had spent some time with Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari behind bars in a Pakistani jail, feels Sarabjit Singh may have been killed in an attack planned by the ISI. But our Human Right Commission, NGOs, Human rights champion Justice Markande Katju and sellers of secularism have no word on the brutal murder of Sarabjit Singh in Pakistan Prison. Sarabjit Singh killed by throwing bricks on his head.
"I don't have any doubt that the attack on Sarabjit was pre-planned and was the handiwork of ISI and jail officials though other people attacked him. Now, two prisoners are being made sacrificial goats," said Mehbood Elahi, who was Zardari's jailmate at the Karachi Central Jail for a few months between 1986-87 during the Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq regime.
Former spy Elahi claimed that in 1977 he was given a blank cheque by jail and ISI officials to assassinate a top Pakistani leader who was then in Lahore jail. "It is impossible for other prisoners to attack Sarabjit. I myself had been in Pakistani jails for 20 years. I know very well that Pakistani prisoners never attack Indian or Bangladeshi prisoners who are kept in separate cells," Elahi told PTI in Kolkata. Elahi, who claims to have crossed over to Pakistan in the '60s and '70s, was in jail in Pakistan from 1977-1996 on the charge of spying for India.
"Death row convicts and convicts of foreign origin are always kept separately and handcuffed when taken out of their cells. So, how is it possible for them to attack someone?" said Elahi who returned to India in the late nineties after serving his sentence. "These jails have very high security and it is impossible to import blades and other things from outside without the knowledge of jail officials," he added.
Human Righ Commission of Pakistan:
In strong criticism of the April 26 brutal attack on Sarabjit Singh in Kot Lakhpat jail here, Pakistan’s Human Rights Commission said Thursday that “not even the most naïve person can believe” that the assault on Sarabjit by prisoners can be executed “without the knowledge and support of prison guards and the authorities”.
In a statement, hours after the death of Sarabjit in Lahore’s Jinnah Hospital, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) said the Indian death row prisoner faced “more threats than other prisoners on account of the charge that he was convicted of and yet his security was so completely compromised”.
It said the murderous attack on Sarabjit “is far more serious a crime than allowing someone like General Pervez Musharraf to escape from court”.
It said Sarabjit died when members of the joint Pak-India Judges Committee were visiting Pakistan in order to assess the conditions of detention of Indian prisoners in Pakistani jails.
The statement was signed by Zohra Yusuf, chairperson HRCP.