1984 Genocide is a dark chapter in Sikh history that no Sikh can ever forget. What happened in the aftermath of assassination of Indira Gandhi was height of cruelty. 4000 innocent Sikhs in Delhi were done to death mercilessly and justice still pervades with culprits moving freely.
While the wounds of bereaved families can never be healed; future generation should always be reminded of the trauma and tragedy Sikh had gone through. ‘Wall of Truth’ is a memorial honoring all those who were massacred mercilessly in 1984 Sikh carnage.
Built by Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC), the memorial has come up in record three years, which is now all set for inauguration.
The memorial is built to narrate the horror tales of November 1984.
The memorial would pay tribute to those innocent Sikhs killed in the genocide and it would give Sikh generations the lesson of courage and perseverance to rise in life fighting against all the odds. This will go a long way in reminding future generation about the genocide especially the children born after 1984.
The memorial has come up facing all the odds, as DSGMC was not allotted any land by Delhi government anywhere in the city.
Finally, DSGMC started the construction on the premises of Gurudwara Rakab Ganj Sahib after the consent of all the Singh Sabhas and all other religious bodies.