Anti-Sikh riots victims voice concern on 'delay' in CBI probe

Date: 02 Mar 2009


The voices of these victims will fall on deaf ears of the secularists.


Victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots today voiced concern over the 
"continuous delay" on part of the CBI in filing an inquiry report before 
the Court, claiming that any more delay will jeopardise justice in the 

With a Delhi Court giving one month more time to the investigating 
agency for filing its report into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case 
allegedly involving former Union Minister Jagdish Tytler, the victims 
alleged that they were not getting any justice.

"Even after 25 years have been passed, still we do not get any justice. 
We are disappointed with the way, the investigating agency is working. 
Even the Court has not come to our rescue till now," said Darshan Kaur, 
widow of Sriram Singh, who was killed by the mob in 1984 anti-Sikh 

Meanwhile, the Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate's court today 
posted the matter for further hearing on March 28 after the CBI sought 
some more time to conclude its investigation.

Anti-Sikh riots victims voice concern on 'delay' in CBI probe
Author: Agencies
Publication: The Pioneer
Date: March 1, 2009