1987 Haryana killings

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1987 Haryana killings are killings of 34 Hindu bus passengers in Haryana state in India in July 1987 by Sikh anti-Government militants.[1]

The militants attacked two buses and killed 34 bus passengers. The militants created roadblock by using a car and a Jeep. They singled out Hindu passengers and dragged them off and shot them to death.

The Khalistan Commando Force claimed responsibility for the attacks.

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  1. ^ Times, Sanjoy Hazarika, Special To The New York (July 8, 1987). "34 HINDUS KILLED IN NEW BUS RAIDS; SIKHS SUSPECTED". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 

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