Anti-Sikh riots: Amarinder welcomes formation of new SIT

AAP welcomes SC decision for new SIT to probe 186 anti-Sikh

SAD welcomes new SIT for anti-Sikh riot cases

The other two members of the committee are retired Indian Administrative Service officer Rajdeep Singh and Indian Police Service officer Avishek Dullar. The Supreme Court will hear the matter again on March 19.

The Haryana government had Justice SN Dhingra inquiry commission to inquire into questionable land deals by Robert Vadra.

The riots broke out on November 1, 1984, after Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards.

Deciding to set up a new SIT, the Supreme Court today held that the previous SIT had not carried out further probe into the 186 cases in which closure reports were filed. At least 2,433 people died in Delhi alone.

Capt, who himself had quit as MP in protest against the violence, said it was high time that justice be provided in these cases.
Kishori Lal, dubbed as the "butcher of Trilokpuri", was among those sentenced by Dhingra.

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The apex court perused the report of the supervisory body appointed by it which has found that out of 241 cases, 186 cases were closed without investigation.

When the Centre constituted the SIT in 2014, a total of 293 cases were entrusted to it.

The court asked the new SIT to submit its interim report within two months.

The apex court had on March 24 asked the Centre to place before it the files pertaining to 199 cases of the riots which the SIT set up by the Home ministry had chose to close.

Following the rat race of forming SIT, the SCI on Wednesday ordered the formation of yet another SIT to re-investigate the cases pertaining to Sikh massacre of 1984.

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