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IMPACT: 1984 Anti-Sikh Massacre Victims' Counsel HS Phoolka To Seek Case Against Kamal Nath And Jagdish Tytler Citing Republic Bharat's Sting

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Following Republic Bharat's sensational series of sting operations, which cracked open deep Congress link to the 1984 anti-Sikh massacre, senior advocate HS Phoolka who has been relentlessly fighting for justice in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots said that he would submit the investigation tapes to the Home Ministry to order to seek a case against the big fish - Congressmen Kamal Nath and Jagdish Tytler - who are alleged to be involved in it
  • The Bharat investigation also gets the narration of the eyewitnesses who have exposed the horrific role of Kamal Nath and Jagdish Tytler

Following Republic Bharat's sensational series of sting operations, which cracked open deep Congress link to the 1984 anti-Sikh massacre, senior advocate HS Phoolka who has been relentlessly fighting for justice in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots said that he would submit the investigation tapes to the Home Ministry to order to seek a case against the big fish - Congressmen Kamal Nath and Jagdish Tytler - who are alleged to be involved in it.

"I am going to the Home Ministry with the copy of the sting. I will ask the Home Ministry to direct the SIT to reopen the case against whom statements were made in the sting, and that the SIT record the statements of those who were stung, so fresh case be made against big fish Kamal Nath and Jagdish Tytler," he said.

"This is about the country's justice system and not just about the Sikhs. This would be good for the health of country's democracy if the accused are punished," he added. 

The Republic Bharat investigation also gets the narration of the eyewitnesses who have exposed the horrific role of Kamal Nath and Jagdish Tytler.

Busting the theory that present Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath was not part of the riots, the convicts have spoken about how the senior Congressman was very much inside the Gurdwara compound and raised the slogans of incitement to kill the Sikhs in 1984. 

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Republic Bharat got three crucial eyewitness accounts in the sting which lay bare the political involvement of the Congress trio of Kamal Nath, Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. 

Mukhtiyar Singh, an eyewitness in the 1984 riots, who during the riots was working at Gurudwara Rakabganj, spills the beans on how, “Kamal Nath is lying” about not being in the incitement in the provocation on-ground, and says he personally saw Kamal Nath inciting the violence and egging on the rioters. 

Ved Prakash, a 1984 riots convict who was out on parole during the time that Republic Bharat stung him, said “The big fish need to be caught. The poor have been caught. It's been 34 years. As you said, a case is on against Jagdish Tytler. He will also be jailed.” Prakash is now back in jail. 

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