The court said that it had no ground fro granting the extension of time to surrender to Sajjan Kumar.
Sajjan Kumar wants to ‘settle his children and grandchildren’ before he surrenders, seeks 30 days’ time
He said he had six grandchildren and the conviction came 'all of a sudden'.
1984 riots witness Cham Kaur returns without testifying as the case adjourned due to non-appearance of Sajjan Kumar’s lawyer
Cham Kaur had told before the court that Sajjan Kumar was addressing the crowd and was saying 'hamari ma maar di, Sardaro ko maar do'
SAD Chief asks Rahul Gandhi to expel Jagdish Tytler and Kamal Nath for their alleged involvement in the 1984 riots
Badal said that the Congress Party has murdered democracy by asking directing officials to work according to the whims and fancies of the party leaders.
In August this year, Rahul Gandhi had said that none of the Congress leaders were involved in 1984 Sikh genocide
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.
Today's judgment reversed the 2013 verdict of the Karkardooma trial court that acquitted Sajjan Kumar but convicted five others in the case
CBI had appealed against the 2013 trial court verdict that acquitted Sajjan Kumar.
1984 Sikh genocide was planned at Sonia Gandhi’s residence, she should be interrogated, says Sukhbir Badal
Sukhbir Singh Badal said the Sikhs were butchered under the supervision of Rajiv Gandhi and he purposely didn’t call the Army for four days.
The two convicts, Naresh Sehrawat, and Yashpal Singh were held guilty by the court for killing 24-year-old Hardev Singh and 26-year-old Avtar Singh thirty-four years ago on November 1, 1984, at Mahipalpur village in south Delhi.