The bus, which took the opposition leaders to the oath-taking ceremony of Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan, was riddled with the optimism of a mahaghatbandhan, but not without the rather strained efforts to bring everyone onboard.
Stressing that the common link in all mass crimes was the targeting of minorities spearheaded by dominant political actors, the High Court observed that bringing such criminals to justice was a serious challenge to the legal system.
In his second meeting with Solih in a month, Modi asserted that New Delhi wanted to better trade ties with Male, saying there was a multitude of opportunities for Indian companies to tap in the island nation.
In 1984, a mob instigated by Sajjan Kumar, killed five Sikhs — Kehar Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Raghuvender Singh, Narender Pal Singh and Kuldeep Singh — in Raj Nagar area of Delhi Cantonment as anti-Sikh riots broke out in the capital.
The court in its observations said that there had been large-scale attempts to suppress the 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases against Sajjan Kumar and that the Delhi Police had failed to investigate 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases.