Delhi 1984 song by Punjabi singer Harbhajan Mann on 30th anniversary of Sikh Genocide

October 31, 2014 :Punjabi singer/actor Harbhajan Mann has released a song dedicated to 30th anniversary of the Sikh Genocide 1984. In a brief shot before the song Harbhajan Mann said that the voices for justice will continue to be raised till the justice is delivered.

Punjabi song "Delhi 1984"

India, the world’s largest democracy, Still in justice for the Sikh Genocide in 1984. This song is dedicated to the victims of the 1984 Genocide, there families are still seeking for the justice.
This week, light a candle in your window and whisper a silent prayer in memory of more than 5,000 Sikh men, women and children slaughtered by political hoodlums 30 years ago. In Delhi alone, 2,733 Sikhs were burned alive, butchered or beaten to crucial death.
Women were raped while their terrified families pleaded for mercy. For three days and nights the killing and pillaging continued without the police.

Watch on  Link :-  Harbhajan Mann, a new track “Delhi 1984” 

In the end of the song Harchajan Mann says “30 salan baad tan inna pagga di beadbi karan valean nu saza deo, jaan fir enna di gall karan vaalean nu vi maar ke ghupp hanera kar deo” (Thirty years have passed, at least now punish the culprits or kill all those who demand justice and bring complete darkness).

Song : Delhi 1984
Singer : Harbhajan Mann
Music Director : Sukshinder Shinda
Lyricist : Babu Singh Maan
Editor : Inder Rattaul
Director : Amitoj Mann
Label : Saga Music
Digital Partner : Unisys

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