AK safeguards Jagdish Tytler

Chief Minister of Delhi has been witnessed safeguarding Jagdish Tytler, who was involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. The incident took place in the aftermath of the then Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi’s assassination, where unarmed citizens of India – Sardar Thakur Singh, Badal Singh and Gurcharan Singh along with 3,000 Sikh families were killed.

1984 anti-Sikh riots were the result of targeted, one-sided attacks on Sikhs by mobs, which was operated with certain amount of planning and precision. Only the Sikh homes were targeted, as if the mobs at that time carried the voter list in their hands. Open display of arms and fuel was witnessed during the riots, which was not possible without backing of police. Even after the violence came to an end; police refused to register FIRs.

Kejriwal Hugs Tytler

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What’s most shocking is that Aam Aadmi Party’s National convener Arvind Kejriwal has been witnessed hugging the offender Tytler, the mastermind behind the 1984 carnage, in the recent past. “An innocent person like Tytler cannot be falsely implicated merely on the basis of charged sentiments and to satisfy the ego of some elements”, said Kejriwal.

Accusations against Tytler

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Jagdish Tytler was accused of number of cases which included murder, rioting, damaging a place to worship with intent to insult the Sikh religion as well as mischief by fire.

After that unlawful incident which took place on 1st November 1984, Tytler had in the form of bribe to the key eye-witness, had sent “heavy amount”. Not only this, he had send eye-witness’s son Narinder Singh to Canada, which was visualized by Kejriwal as a “sheer coincidence”.

“The allegations against Tytler are entirely fictitious and fallacious”, Kejriwal adds.

Something suspicious about the functioning of Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party came to light when the files related to ’84 Sikh riots were found missing. Was there a conspiracy of the AAP government to save Jagdish Tytler?

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