1984 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
1984 Sikh massacre: When former Indian cricketer and UP cabinet minister Chetan Chauhan rescued Sikh teammates from an irate mob
Former Indian cricket opener and UP minister Chetan Chauhan died on Sunday, August 16, due to COVID-19 related complications
After Chattisgarh, youth Congress leader in Indore files complaint against BJP leader Tajinder Bagga for calling Rajiv Gandhi “father of mob lynching”
Tajinder Bagga responds in his own unique style: "I apologies for saying Rajiv Gandhi is Murderer actually RAJIV GANDHI IS MASS MURDERER"
Those who killed the Sikhs are still alive: BJP’s Tajinder Bagga on why it is necessary to speak up on Rajiv Gandhi and 1984...
On Monday, Bagga took to Twitter to share an old video clip where former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi appears to be justifying the murder of thousands of Sikhs by stating that when a big tree falls, the earth shakes.
Supreme Court refuses to grant bail to 1984 anti-Sikh genocide convict and Congress leader Sajjan Kumar
Former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar is currently serving life imprisonment for his involvement in the 1984 anti-Sikh genocide
Supreme Court refuses to grant interim bail to 1984 anti-Sikh genocide perpetrator and Congress leader Sajjan Kumar
Kumar was charged for the murder of 5 Sikhs in Delhi Cantonment area.
You made someone who instigated anti-Sikh riots, a Chief Minister: PM Modi exposes Congress, MP CM Kamal Nath in Parliament
Prime Minister Modi indirectly attacked the Congress party, especially Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath
Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh trivialises 1984 Sikh genocide as a ‘sad event’, blames PV Narasimha Rao to shield Gandhis
Dr Manmohan Singh waters down 1984 anti-Sikh riots as 'sad event'.
Two witnesses ready to depose against senior Congress leader Kamal Nath’s alleged role in 1984 Sikh genocide
Sirsa believes that the fresh order to probe Kamal Nath's involvement in the 1984 Sikh genocide case meant that he would surely go to jail like Sajjan Kumar who was enjoying Z+ due to the Gandhi family