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Sikh carnage 1984: Jagdish Tytler’s plea for early hearing rejected by High Court

January 17, 2014 | By

New Delhi, India (January 17, 2014): The Delhi High Court on Jan. 16 refused to stay the CBI probe against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in a November 1984 Sikh carnage related case and declined to entertain his plea for an early hearing of his appeal against the trial court’s order for investigation.

A bench of Justice V P Vaish, before whom Tytler’s plea challenging the CBI court order for reopening the probe against him is pending, refused to grant stay.

Delhi High court denies to stay CBI investigations against Jagdish Tytler; Next hearing on 14 Junuary 2013

Indian politician Jagdish Tytler is one of the prime accused of Sikh Genocide 1984 who have been shield by Congress party and Indian state for last 29 years

It also rejected Tytler’s plea for fixing his appeal for hearing in March considering the elections and fixed the hearing for April 17.

On April 10, a trial court had ordered that the case be reopened against Tytler and also set aside the CBI closure report which gave the Delhi Congress leader a clean chit on the ground that there was “no evidence” against him.

The trial court’s order had come on a plea filed by victim Lakhwinder Kaur who sought a further probe into the killing of three persons near Gurdwara Pul Bangash in old Delhi.

Tytler is accused of instigating a mob to killers that led to the murder of three men who had taken shelter at the Gurdwara on November 1, 1984.

The mob attack was part of genocidal violence against Sikhs after the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on October 31, 1984.

Three men Badal Singh, Thakur Singh and Gurcharan Singh were killed near Gurudwara Pul Bangash.

Tytler’s role in the killing of the three men was re-investigated by CBI after a court had in December 2007 refused to accept the agency’s closure report.

CBI had claimed before the trial court that Tytler was at Teen Murti House, the residence India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, where Indira Gandhi’s body was kept, at the time of the Pul Bangash incident.

It added the agency had already re-investigated the case on the order of a trial court but there was insufficient evidence against Tytler.

Tytler was given a clean chit by CBI on April 2, 2009.

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