The plea said it was “highly unfortunate that the CBI is able to trace only those witnesses who are deposing in Tytler’s favour”.
In addition to speaking with the victims of the violence, Suri has also included interviews with the police officers who were policing when the actual violence was taking place.
CBI had claimed Tytler was not present at the gurudwara during the riots and was rather at Teen Murti House.
The group demanded reopening the case against Jagdish Tytler, who has been given a clean chit by the CBI.
The court directive comes in a case where the CBI has given a clean chit to Tytler, third time in a row.
Arvind Kejriwal had recommended setting up an SIT to probe the anti-Sikh riot cases.
BJP had earlier demanded re-investigation into all anti-Sikh riot cases.
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The letter stated that the compensation was being seen as the first concrete step in this direction.
Delhi Cong’s lack of organisation was made apparent when a leader claimed that no committees would be created for poll preparations.
Senior BJP leaders are expected to be present at the prayer meeting on Monday.
Violence had broken out across Delhi following the assassination of then PM Indira Gandhi thirty years ago in 1984.
On October 30, the government decided to give Rs 5 lakh each to the next of kin of 3,325 victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Modi said that it was unfortunate that “our very own people” were killed on Patel’s birth anniversary 30 years ago.
A month ago, DSGMC had approached Singh, now Union Home Minister, with regard to the memorial.