certainly that would be my priority one..once i become PM:)
i wasnt justifying a particular
party..anti-sikh riots can be looked upon as a personal retribution n not a communal one..it was an exception n can not BE TERMED AS A VOILATION OF PARTY'S secular label..ITS MORE OF A PERSONAL revenge of a leader dan a POLITICAL policy fault.
gujrat riots on the other hand was clearly a planned massacre of a religion vote bank driven party.
but can the congress be condoned for the anti sikh riots because it was personal retribution i simply then cant understand the difference because sikhs got killed and many more were displaced and i had all the markings of the policy failure.
And the sikh riots were also a policy fault because if it wasnt why was the police not able to protect them and why even after making provocative statements like the big tree one was not a single punitive measure taken against rajiv gandhi.
The sikh were persecuted in a planned and controlled way by the use of official machinery.
I see the anti sikh riots as a greater failure of the indian state because these riots were happening in the capital of the union.
And regarding vote polarisation nobody tries harder than the congress as was evident in the up election where they created a sub-quota for minorities and got a shoe smacked across their face first from the public and then recenty from the andhra hc and then the supreme court.