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  1. The daemons involvement has never been in doubt, just surprised the corrupt GK did not take it to the authorities for a healthy sum and political favour. https://www.sikh24.com/2018/02/06/breaking-jagdish-tytlers-videos-confessing-murder-of-100-sikhs-made-public-by-manjit-singh-gk/#.WnmDpnOnwwA
  2. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/cbi-dont-want-action-against-tytler-says-h-144251347.html More garbage from the CBI. Nothing will result from this. This is another attempt to deflect Sikh attention away from the issues of beadbi of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and Fuhrer Badal.
  3. By giving Sonia a summons in the US for her role in the Sikh Genocide , SFJ have managed to get international coverage of the Genocide. Well don to them. Sonia Gandhi: US court issues summons to Sonia over anti-Sikh riots as she ... Daily Mail - ‎6 hours ago‎ A federal court in New York has issued summons to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for shielding and protecting the leaders of her party who were allegedly involved in the anti-Sikh riots in India in 1984. The summons was issued by the US Eastern District ... 1984 anti-Sikh riots: US court issues summons to Sonia Gandhi Times of India - ‎5 hours ago‎ JALANDHAR/WASHINGTON: Respectful of her privacy, the media may have given Sonia Gandhi a wide berth on her private trip to the US for medical treatment, but a Sikh group wants to serve court summons on the Congress president for shielding party ... Sikh Group files Case Against Sonia Gandhi Wall Street Journal - ‎13 hours ago‎ A U.S. federal court on Wednesday issued a summons to Sonia Gandhi, the president of the ruling-Congress party, for allegedly protecting members of her party whom the group says were involved in anti-Sikh riots in Delhi in 1984. Ms. Gandhi is currently in ... 1984 anti-Sikh riots: US court summons Sonia Gandhi Zee News - ‎1 hour ago‎ New York: On a complaint by a Sikh group, a US federal court has issued summons against Congress party president Sonia Gandhi for shielding party officials allegedly involved in inciting attacks on Sikhs in November 1984, an attorney said. In a class action ... Pro-Khalistan group files lawsuit against Sonia in US The Hindu - ‎7 hours ago‎ A day after she landed in the U.S. for a medical check up, a federal court in New York issued summons to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for “shielding and protecting” leaders and workers of her party who were allegedly involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. November 1984 Sikh Genocide – Sonia Gandhi summoned by US Court SikhSiyasat.Net - ‎15 hours ago‎ New York, United States (September 03, 2013): A US Federal Court has issued summons against Sonia Gandhi, President of Indian National Congress the ruling political party of India, for shielding and protecting the leaders, officials, members and workers of ... US court issues summons to Congress President Sonia Gandhi NDTV - ‎16 hours ago‎ New York: A federal court in New York has issued summons to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for allegedly shielding and protecting the leaders of her party who are accused of being involved in the anti-Sikh riots in India in 1984. The court had been ... Amarinder Singh condemns complaint against Sonia Gandhi in US Economic Times - ‎10 hours ago‎ ... Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today condemned the move of a rights group and two victims of 1984 riots to approach a US court accusing Congress chief Sonia Gandhi of "shielding and protecting" party members allegedly involved in the anti-Sikh riots. US court summons Sonia Gandhi in 1984 anti-Sikh riots case indiatvnews.com - ‎17 hours ago‎ New York: A US US federal court has issued summons to Congress party president Sonia Gandhi after a Sikh group filed a complaint alleging that she was protecting Congress leaders involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi. According to SFJ attorney ... 1984 riots: US court summons Sonia for 'shielding' party leaders IBNLive - ‎37 minutes ago‎ A federal court in New York has issued summons to Congress President Sonia Gandhi for 'shielding and protecting' party leaders allegedly involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The Sikhs For Justice group had filed a lawsuit on Tuesday seeking compensatory ... US court summons Sonia Calcutta Telegraph - ‎6 hours ago‎ 4 (PTI): A US court has issued summons to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for “shielding and protecting” party leaders allegedly involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. The US Eastern District Court of New York issued the summons on a complaint by Sikhs ... US court summons to Sonia Gandhi Nagaland Post - ‎9 hours ago‎ A federal court in New York issued summons to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for allegedly “shielding and protecting” leaders of her party accused of being involved in the anti-Sikh riots in India in 1984. The court had been petitioned by a rights group ... Sonia gets US court summons The New Indian Express - ‎2 hours ago‎ A US Federal Court has issued summons on Congress president Sonia Gandhi “for shielding and protecting leaders, officials, members and workers of her party who had organised, committed, aided, abetted and incited genocidal attacks on Sikhs during ... Notice to Rahul Gandhi for 'defamatory' remarks Times of India - ‎5 hours ago‎ CHANDIGARH: A local court here issued summons to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi for hurting the sentiments of people from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in a speech he delivered two years ago. The petition was filed by a city-based lawyer, accusing ... US court issues summons to Indian ruling coalition President Sonia Gandhi GizmoCrave - ‎14 hours ago‎ 4, 2013, that a U.S court has issued a summons to Indian ruling coalition President Sonia Gandhi petitioned by the rights group named Sikhs For Justice. U.S. court issues summons to Indian ruling coalition President Sonia Gandhi. US court issues summons ... Online sentiment: Modi most mentioned, Rahul hit by 'dynasty' Firstpost (blog) - ‎14 hours ago‎ While India's netizens might account for only 10-12 percent of the total population of the country, the fact is that this section has been very vocal online about airing opinions on key political candidates such as Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi and ... US-Court issues summons against Indias ruling Coalition Chief Kuwait News Agency - ‎14 hours ago‎ NEW DELHI, Sept 4 (KUNA) -- A US-Court has issued a summons against Sonia Gandhi who heads the ruling coalition in India, loca lNDTV news channel reported Wednesday. Gandhi, who is also president of the ruling Indian National Congress, was ... 1984 Sikh massacre: US court summons Sonia NitiCentral - ‎22 hours ago‎ 1984 Sikh massacre: US court summons Sonia. A federal court in New York has issued summons to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for ”shielding and protecting” the leaders of her party who were allegedly involved in the anti-Sikh riots in India in 1984. Modi most mentioned online, claims survey Mizo News - ‎15 hours ago‎ ... out of the top 20 for the first time since January 2013, the survey showed. Cinema Cover Ads! In other instances, speculation around Telagana contributed to the highest mentions under law, order and internal affairs for Congress chief Sonia Gandhi. Chandigarh court issues summons to Rahul Gandhi over 'beggar' remark Newstrack India - ‎20 hours ago‎ Chandigarh, Sept.4 (ANI): A judicial magistrate in Chandigarh has summoned Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to present himself in court in connection with a 21-month-old case, wherein he has been accused of allegedly hurting the religious ... Sonia Gandhi US Summons Avoidable-Indian Overseas Congress Watch List News (press release) - ‎6 hours ago‎ Sikhs for Justice class action suit on Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, President of All India Congress Comm., on September 3, 2013 in the district court of Eastern District of New York, for the 1984 violence by the alleged Kamal Nath, Jagdisg Tytler, Sajjan Kumar and ...
  4. NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain Congress leader JagdishTytler's plea seeking a stay on a trial court order directing CBI to conduct further probe into his alleged role in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. A bench headed by Justice P Sathasivam said that the apex court should not interfere in the matter at this stage as the case is pending in the Delhi high court which is scheduled to hear it on September 18. Sensing the mood of the bench, senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi agreed to withdraw the petition which was allowed by the court. Tytler approached the apex court challenging the high court's July 3 order refusing to grant interim stay on the trial court's order. The high court had refused to stay the probe saying, "Only investigation is ordered and this court will not stop the investigation." Tytler had on May 30 moved the high court challenging the trial court order setting aside the CBI's closure report giving him a clean chit in the 29-year-old case and directing the probe agency to examine eye-witnesses and people claiming to have information about the riots. Tytler, in his plea before the high court, had said that the trial court order is contrary to the scheme of code of CrPC. The method and mode of investigation by a probe agency is the absolute prerogative of the agency and it is not for the court to direct the agency that which witness should be examined by it, he had said. The trial court's order of further investigation had come on a plea by the riot victims against CBI giving a clean chit to Tytler and filing the closure report. http://www.samachar.com/1984-antiSikh-riots-case-SC-refuses-to-hear-Jagdish-Tytlers-plea-nhmqOtbebci.html
  5. New Delhi, India (June 05, 2013): Sikh Siyasat News has accessed a US Diplomatic cable published by Public Library of US Diplomacy (PLUS D), commonly known as Wikileaks. This cable contains a number of political highlights from Embassy New Delhi for Decemebr 17-21, 2007, including information and comment about the court order reopening November 1984 case against Jagdish Tytler. The concerned/relevant portion of the above mentioned US cable is as follows: Court Orders Reopening Riots Case Against Congress Leader Date:2007 December 20, 12:39 (Thursday) 1. (U) Justice may yet be served in the case of former Congress Minister Jagdish Tytlers orchestrating role in Delhis 1984 anti-Sikh riots. A Delhi court has ordered Indias Criminal Bureau of Investigations (CBI) to reopen the case against Tytler to take into account statements from a key witness. Jasbir Singh, now settled in the U.S., claimed to have overheard and seen Tytler inciting and leading murderous mobs in North Delhi during the riots. The Nanavati Commissions original investigation into Tytlers role during the riots found credible evidence that he played a role in organizing the communal attacks, but the CBI controversially recommended closure of the case in September for lack of evidence and because Jasbir Singh supposedly could not be traced. Singh filed his affidavit in 2000 but subsequently moved to the U.S. where Indian authorities insisted they had been unable to reach him until he recently resurfaced through media outlets following the closure of the case. 2. © Comment: Tytlers day in court is long overdue. In the days after Indira Gandhis assassination, he was among the local Congress Party leaders competing with one another to see which wards would shed more Sikh blood. In exhorting his party cadres and goons to kill more Sikhs, he is reported to have told them they shamed him in the eyes of the top Congress leaders because there were fewer killings in his wards. The killing by his henchmen apparently ensured his success in establishing Congress Party bona fides and demonstrating fealty to the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty because he has regularly been given the Congress Party ticket in parliamentary elections since then and has served as a federal Minister in Congress-led governments. The role of Tytler and other Congress leaders continues to be a millstone for the Congress Party and the secular credentials it professes to espouse. Many commentators view the Congress Partys involvement in inciting and murdering innocent civilians in 1984 as far worse than the purported role of Gujarat Chief Minister Modi in condoning the 2002 Gujarat riots. While these recent court developments do not imply that we will see Tytlers conviction none of the mob leaders have been convicted in the 23 years since the riots they are a step towards justice for the families victim to Tytlers murderous actions in 1984. The courts order shows how the CBI has become a pliant pawn of political masters but also demostrates the fierce independence of the Indian judiciary. Note: Despite his notoriety, we learned recently that Tytler has a valid B1/B2 visa. End Note. Note: Visitors/Readers of the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) may access above document at Wikileaks website at source page: https://www.wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/07NEWDELHI5380_a.html http://www.sikhsiyasat.net/2013/06/05/wikileaks-congress-party-leaders-competed-to-see-who-could-shed-more-sikh-blood-during-1984/
  6. Ghosts of anti-Sikh riots return to haunt Jagdish Tytler, Sajjan Kumar PTI | Feb 19, 2013, 19:35PM IST New Delhi: A Delhi court took strong exception to CBI's failure to advance final arguments today in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler as victims staged a protest outside against the alleged delay in handing out justice. The riots victims gathered outside the Karkardooma Court complex here and shouted slogans demanding justice for them and their family members who were killed in the riots. They were raising slogans seeking strict punishment for Tytler and Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, who is facing trial for his alleged role in instigating the mob to kill Sikhs after the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on October 31, 1984. During the hearing, the court directed CBI prosecutor, who sought more time for advancing his arguments as he was not prepared today, to begin his arguments on the next date of hearing on March 20, failing which the judge said she would pass the order in the case on the basis of available evidence. "If the arguments are not advanced by CBI on March 20, the next date of hearing, the order will be passed on the basis of material available on record," Additional Sessions Judge Anuradha Shukla Bhardwaj said. The court was hearing final arguments on the protest petition filed by riot victim Lakhwinder Kaur, whose husband Badal Singh was killed in the riots, challenging the CBI's closure report and clean chit to Tytler in the case. The case was fixed for today for CBI's arguments as on the last date of hearing the prosecutor was not available while senior advocate H S Phoolka and advocate Kamna Vohra, appearing for the victims, had concluded their arguments. CBI prosecutor Sanjay Kumar said he has been handed over the charge of the case file recently so was not fully prepared to argue. The judge asked the prosecutor what was the problem and why he cannot argue when the CBI officials were told earlier also that the case has been fixed for their submissions. "Give me one final date when you can argue. If you do not argue on the next date, I will pass the order," the judge said. http://daily.bhaskar.com/article/DEL-ghosts-of-anti-sikh-riots-return-to-haunt-jagdish-tytler-sajjan-kumar-4185169-NOR.html
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