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Systematic & Focused | The Genocide

Saturday
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5
November
2022

How were the Sikhs found? What processes were enacted to pinpoint the targets? Identification was made through a variety of methods.

How were the Sikhs found? What processes were enacted to pinpoint the targets?

  • Identification was made through a variety of methods:
  • Surveying Sikh shops and houses
  • Looking up the names and addresses of Sikh students from school registers
  • Analyzing ration cards and voters’ lists
  • Marking Sikh homes

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