Senior lawyer turned Aam Aadm Party leader, H.S. Phoolka has all these years gained notoriety for positioning himself outside Courts where cases of 1984 riot victims are being heard to gain popularity at the cost of victims. The cases may not have reached any logical conclusion but one can find Phoolka giving bytes to media persons outside courts.
Phoolka’s modus operandi
It is time Phoolka should tell the Sikh community whether he had pleaded the cases of the victims as a social cause or charged fee indirectly for the same. In case of Phoolka, the modus operandi has been most ingenuous, to not to charge anything directly but through his juniors. This has been continuing for years together. Only when it dawned on the victims that you and your junior lawyers were unsuccessful in getting even one of the main accused prosecuted that they began pursuing the cases themselves.
DSGMC pursuing cases now
In some cases the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee itself pursued the cases. In one such case, the DSGMC had recently pursued the case against Congress leader Jadish Tytler vigorously. The victim Lakhwinder Kaur had appealed against the clean chit given by the Central Bureau of Investigation to Jagdish Tytler. The case involved the burning of the Pulbangash gurdwara. In another case involving Congress leader Sajjan Kumar one of the victims Sheela Kaur, whose case was being fought by the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee that had approached the High Court claiming her statement against the Congress leader had been wrongly recorded by a lower court. It is not only confined to two such cases but a number of victims of 1984 were contemplating to move courts on their own in future. The reason is simple that they have lost faith in you, in your junior advocates and in the system.
Phoolka-the publicity monger
While victims approaching the courts directly and pleading through other lawyers, had received some degree of success, the track record of cases pleaded by you and your so called junior lawyers is abysmally zero. However, to give the impression that you are fighting the cases of all the victims of 1984 riots, you invariably position yourself outside the prominent courts hearing all such cases to give sound bytes to television channels and your version to print media. Does your job involve only gaining publicity through various television channels and newspapers using the piling cases as an alibi for this.
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