New Delhi, Dec 14 (ANI): Congress leader and former Union Minister Jagdish Tytler on Monday clarified that the case in which Central Bureau of Investigation has reportedly sought permission for prosecution or re-investigation in connection with the 1984 riots is not related to him.
In the "Calling Attention Motion" in the Rajya Sabha, the Home Minister P. Chidambaram had stated that the CBI has completed investigation or re-investigation of seven cases related to 1984 riots.
Regarding cases against Sajjan Kumar, Jagdish Tytler and Dharam Dass Shastri, he (the Home Minister) further stated that the CBI has sought permission to prosecute the accuse and in one case the closure has been accepted.
"I want to bring to your notice that there was one case against me which was being re-investigated and that has been accepted by the CBI for closure. Minister has not named me," the release undersigned by Jagdish Tytler stated.
"All this has nothing to do with me. My case has already closed. Please, I have already suffered for so many years," Tytler stated over phone on Monday evening. (ANI)