Twenty-nine years and still no justice for the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots (“Internationalising the 1984 riots,” Dec. 3). That those who are alleged to be guilty of instigating the riots continue to wield political influence is shocking. It makes one wonder how we can talk about secularism. It is a matter of shame that the families of victims have no option left but to highlight their plight at an international level.

Sumit Sharma,

Ludhiana

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