Members of the Sikh community hold up signs denouncing the mass killing of Sikh people in India in 1984, following a vote by the Kerman City Council to formally acknowledge the violence as a genocide. The Fresno City Council will take up a similar resolution on Thursday.
Members of the Sikh community hold up signs denouncing the mass killing of Sikh people in India in 1984, following a vote by the Kerman City Council to formally acknowledge the violence as a genocide. The Fresno City Council will take up a similar resolution on Thursday. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Members of the Sikh community hold up signs denouncing the mass killing of Sikh people in India in 1984, following a vote by the Kerman City Council to formally acknowledge the violence as a genocide. The Fresno City Council will take up a similar resolution on Thursday. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

Fresno City Council to vote on Sikh genocide resolution

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