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Supreme Court report on 1984 anti-Sikh riots, police situation may be clear
Supreme Court report on 1984 anti-Sikh riots, police situation may be clear

Justice Dhingra has filed his report in the 1984 Supreme Court anti-Sikh riot case. Justice Dhingra has said in his report filed in the Supreme Court that the state government, the prosecution, and the police did not submit their report to the appeals court at the right time. Because of this, records of lawsuits were destroyed.

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On this matter, Justice Dhingra has said in his report that the state governments should file appeals in 10 cases. These 10 are the FIRs in which all the accused were acquitted. Justice Dhingra said in his report that the then SHO Kalyanpuri helped the rioters during the riots. Based on Justice Dhingra's report in the 1984 anti-Sikh riot case, the victims have approached the Supreme Court saying, 'The rioters have supported the police in the case. According to the recommendation of Justice Dhingra, in this case, an appeal should be filed. It has been recommended to take action against the policemen.

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On the report of Justice Dhingra in his statement, Solicitor General (SG) Tushar Mehta has said that action will be taken in this matter according to the law. During the hearing, Chief Justice SA Bobde said that the aggrieved parties can file their applications in which they can place their demands. On this, SG Tushar Mehta said that we have accepted the report of Justice Dhingra. We will take action in this regard.

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