1984 anti-Sikh riots
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When cricketer Yashpal Sharma and Chetan Chauhan saved 3 Sikh players including Navjot Sidhu and Yograj Singh during the 1984 riots
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As Kamal Nath wants to ‘burn the country’ again, read about his role in the 1984 genocide and why he thinks he should be...
In an interview with Barkha Dutt in 2016, Kamal Nath said that he should be applauded for his 'service' during the anti-Sikh riots.
In 1984 after anti-Sikh riots, Rajiv Gandhi justified killing thousands of Sikhs by saying it was a reaction from the angry people of India
"This is not a small case, we are not granting you bail at all", the Suepre Court said while rejecting bail plea of Sajjan Kumar