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Sikh community protests outside Rahul Gandhi’s residence, demand Pitroda’s ouster

Pitroda had shrugged off the 1984 riots by dismissing them with his 'hua to hua' remark

‘84 happened, so what?’, Congress leader Sam Pitroda casually shrugs off 1984 anti-Sikh genocide

Sam Pitroda insulted the victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots by casually brushing aside the topic in a bid to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Instructions to kill Sikhs in 1984 came directly from Rajiv Gandhi’s office: Senior advocate H S Phoolka

There is enough material to show, it was directly Rajiv Gandhi's office, which was giving the directions to kill the Sikhs, says H S Phoolka

Controversy erupts as 1984 riots accused Jagdish Tytler attends Congress official event in Delhi

Congress party had organised an event to officially hand over the charge of Delhi Congress unit to former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

1984 Sikh genocide: Convicted Congress leader Sajjan Kumar expected to surrender in court today

The Delhi High Court had rejected a plea filed by Sajjan Kumar seeking time till January 30 to surrender as he wanted to settle family affairs related to his children and property.

Delhi High Court rejects Sajjan Kumar’s plea seeking more time to surrender

The court said that it had no ground fro granting the extension of time to surrender to Sajjan Kumar.

Sajjan Kumar, a mainstream Congress leader until he was convicted for the 1984 Sikh massacres

Sajjan Kumar, who has been now convicted of murdering five Sikhs in the Delhi Cantonment area during the massacre of 1984, has stayed very close to the Congress party despite Congress party projecting otherwise.

Sajjan Kumar enjoyed ‘political patronage’, ‘large scale efforts’ to protect him’: Delhi High Court

Today's judgment reversed the 2013 verdict of the Karkardooma trial court that acquitted Sajjan Kumar but convicted five others in the case

Sikh community will protest against Kamal Nath’s appointment as CM: Akali leader Manjinder Sirsa

Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that the Sikh community is not scared and they will ensure that Kamal Nath gets the punishment for his misdeeds.

1984 Anti-Sikh riots: A ‘dark chapter’ in history of independent India, said Delhi HC while upholding conviction of 88 people

The court expressed its disappointment over the delay in justice delivery to the victims and the failure to usher judicial reforms.

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