Delhi LG gives nod to filing appeal in SC against acquittal of six accused in 1984 anti-Sikh riots case
Saxena "slammed" the prosecution department of the Delhi government for the alleged "callous delay" in the matter.
Punjab Congress president Amarinder Singh Raja Warring’s statement that Kamal Nath—former MP CM and state head—was “not involved” in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots created a controversy.
In due course of time, the Central government in a notification issued on May 8, 2000 appointed Justice Nanavati Commission of Inquiry to submit its report on the riots.
He was also acquitted of rioting armed with a deadly weapon (148), unlawful assembly (149), damage of worship place (295), mischief by fire or explosive substance with intent to destroy the house, etc
The CBI-registered case against Tytler is in relation to the killing of three persons near Gurudwara Pul Bangah during the anti-Sikh riots.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)-registered a case against the Congress senior leader in relation to the killing of three persons near Gurudwara Pul Bangah during the anti-Sikh riots.
Tytler was granted anticipatory bail by a sessions court on August 4 on a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh and one surety of the like amount.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vidhi Gupta Anand is likely to pass an order on Tytler’s request tomorrow
Jagdish Tytler’s wife, Jennifer Tytler, stood security for him in the case.
The CBI has invoked charges under Sections 147 (rioting), 109 (abetment) read with 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), among others, against Tytler.
Delhi's Rouse Avenue Court granted anticipatory bail to Tytler on Friday, a day before he was asked to appear in the court after it took cognisance of CBI's chargesheet in the case.
Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Vikas Dhull, while allowing his plea, ordered Tytler to furnish a bail bond of Rs 1 lakh and directed him not to tamper with evidence.
1984 anti-Sikh riots: Delhi court reserves order on Congress leader's Jagdish Tytler's anticipatory bail plea
During the proceedings, a woman, who claimed to be a victim, told the court it has been 39 years and they have still not got justice, and broke down in front of the judge.
Issuing notice to the CBI, Special Judge Vikas Dhull directed the probe agency to file its reply and arguments by Wednesday for further hearing.
The CMM noted the prosecutor, citing eyewitnesses, said Tytler was leading and inciting the mob carrying deadly weapons which committed the alleged offences.
The judge passed the order after the Central Bureau of Investigation submitted that the Forensic Science Laboratory result was still awaited.
The court asked the probe agency to bring a complaint under section 195 CrPC filed by the public servant for violation of his orders by the accused.
The National Mission for Clean Ganga had provided the company of the Territorial Army (TA) earlier this year to boost river cleaning efforts.
A Delhi court on Thursday issued a fresh notice to the person in charge of the record room of a trial court to produce the documents of a case against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler.
The court had on June 30 summoned the records of the trial court connected with the case. The CBI had on May 20 filed a charge sheet against Tytler in the case.