Tag Archives: 1984 genocide

Sikh group offers 1 million dollars for Sajjan Kumar’s conviction

New York, USA: A US based Sikh rights group has announced a million-dollar reward for those individuals whose testimony and evidence may result in the conviction of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar. The reward will be given to those individuals who will come forward with tips, evidence and testimony leading to the reversal of a Delhi court’s judgement acquitting Kumar in ...

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The Sikh who won’t give up

Delhi, India: I don’t know if the universe likes irony or whether these are just coincidences that only reporters are interested in. Congress leader Jagdish Tytler has spent a large part of his life living on a road in the capital called the Gurudwara Rakabganj road, and has spent a substantial part of that time defending himself against the killing ...

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1984 Sikh Genocide case: Closing arguments by lawyers for victims’ families today

New Delhi: More than 28 years after the horrific massacre of Sikhs across the country in the wake of the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on October 3, 1984, the lawyer for the families of the 1984 genocide victims will conclude their arguments in the case. It is a crucial day for Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, who was charged ...

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