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WILL THE EFFORTS OF 'SAD' AGAIN GO IN VAIN ON TYTLER'S CASE?

By Mandeep Kaur . 9th February 2018 11:29pm
WILL THE EFFORTS OF 'SAD' AGAIN GO IN VAIN ON TYTLER'S CASE?

1984 Riots, the one incident which shook the whole nation when so many innocent Sikhs were killed. Victims are continuously pleading to the law but even after 34 years still, no justice has prevailed. Recently this case again catches the eyes of the public when a video got viral in which senior Congress leader Jagdish Tytler confessing about his role in 1984 Anti-Sikh riots. After this video became viral the Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Shiromani Akali Dal(SAD) Leader Naresh Gujral met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh regarding the arrest of Jagdish Tytler due to his connection with 1984 Anti-Sikh riots. Both requested the Minister to take an action upon it. Refuting the claims in a recent interview Jagdish Tytler quoted that

then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi took stock of the situation and asked him to contain the riots.
Earlier Harsimrat Kaur Badal wrote a letter to the home minister expressing her disappointment over the cold response of government upon the case. In the letter, she wrote,
We, the Members of Parliament and Office Bearers  of Shiromani Akali Dal(SAD), are deeply shocked and pained at the way the sensational revelations made during a sting operation conducted on 1984 sikh genocide main accused Shri Jagdish Tytler is being dealt with. “Though it is a matter of pane concern that main accused of genocide has been caught making statements which amply prove his culpability in masterminding and executing the 1984 anti sikh genocide, but agencies responsible for carrying out investigations have not swung into any action even after few days of revelations”, she further added.
About this the Akali Dal Leader said,
“We have a sting of Jagdish Tytler in which he is admitting his role in 1984 killings. We are handing over all proofs to the CBI and it should arrest him immediately .’
It will be worth watching that what will be the Central Government's take on this!!!