Ashok Singh Bagrian

“How was this planned? It cannot have been a spontaneous reaction.”

In this testimony filled with keen insight into the most important and unanswered questions, Ashok Singh Bagrian explains how in November 1984, he traveled to Delhi with his sister-in-law and an NGO, trying to find the truth. What all the investigations revealed was that the modus operandi of the massacres across India was identical in cities everywhere: the same hired thugs led by chawdries, the same backets of kerosene, the same rods, and even the same white explosive chemical.

“The worst thing was that the police was a silent spectator in most places.”