1984 anti-Sikh riot case: Big shock to Sajjan Kumar from Supreme Court, listening to postponed until July

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi The bail plea of ​​former Congress chief Sajjan Kumar, who was serving a life sentence within the 1984 anti-Sikh riot case, was heard within the Supreme Court today. Expecting bail, Sajjan Kumar will get a giant shock this time too. The courtroom has deferred until July the bail plea of ​​Sajjan Kumar, who’s serving life imprisonment as the principle accused within the 1984 Sikh riots. Now the subsequent listening to on this case shall be held in July. Earlier on February 14, whereas listening to the interim bail plea of ​​Sajjan Kumar, the Supreme Court refused to grant bail and mentioned that the bail petition of the previous Congress chief shall be heard after the vacation of Holi.
Sajjan Kumar's lawyer Vikas Singh submitted a sealed medical report back to the courtroom on his behalf, citing that Vikas Singh mentioned that Kumar misplaced 13 kg weight whereas in jail because of well being causes.

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Hearing the petition of Sajjan Kumar, a bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice BR Gavai and Justice Surya Kant clarified that AIIMS report on Sajjan Kumar's well being can be thought of in March, however because of Corona outbreak The Supreme Court additionally needed to postpone the listening to on many instances. After which today the Supreme Court goes to listen to the petition of Sajjan Kumar. Let us let you know that Delhi High Court was sentenced to life imprisonment within the 1984 anti-Sikh riot case on December 17, 2018.

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Before that, the Supreme Court has refused to grant bail to Sajjan Kumar. Actually, the CBI additionally opposed Sajjan Kumar's bail plea. According to the CBI, the crime of instigating an anti-Sikh riot in 1984 towards Sajjan Kumar has been proved and listening to of many different instances is occurring. He has already obstructed the CBI investigation. In such a scenario, if the courtroom grants them bail, then they’ll cease the work once more.

Significantly, the Delhi High Court convicted Sajjan Kumar within the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and sentenced him to life imprisonment. Sajjan Kumar has filed an attraction within the Supreme Court difficult the choice of the Delhi High Court, by which the High Court sentenced Sajjan Kumar to life imprisonment after convicting him within the slaughter case of Sikhs in Delhi Cantt space.

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