Lalit Maken

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Lalit Maken was a member of Parliament of India, a political leader of Indian National Congress and a labour union leader. Maken was the son-in-law of late President of India Mr. Shankar Dayal Sharma. He was one of the leaders of 1984 Massacre of Sikhs and 3 Sikh militants later murdered him to take revenge of this massacre.

In the year of 1984, He was elected to the Loksabha, a directly elected lower house of the Parliament of India from South Delhi constituency of India. He was a metropolitan Councillor prior to his election to Parliament of India. Lalit Maken and his wife Gitanjali, the daughter of former president Shankar Dayal Sharma, were gunned down by Khalistani militants[1] Harjinder Singh Jinda, Sukhdev Singh Sukha and Mr. Ranjit Singh Gill, alias Kukki outside Mr. Maken's Kirti Nagar residence in West Delhi on July 31st 1985[2] because of their alleged participation in the 1984 Anti-Sikh massacre. The independent investigation and the report Who Are The Guilty prepared by human rights organization People's Union for Civil Liberties on the 1984 Anti-Sikh massacre had Lalit Maken in the top 5 politician who had lead the mobs to kill the Sikhs in Delhi

Minister of State Of Urban Development, Mr. Ajay Maken is his nephew. His daughter Avantika Maken is married to Mr. Ashok Tanwar, President of Indian Youth Congress.