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'We have sting of Jagdish Tytler admitting his role in Sikh killings, says Akali Dal

By Chennabasaveshwar
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    Shiromani Akali Dal leader said he has a CD in which Jagdish Tytler admitting to killing Sikhs during the 1984 anti-Sikh genocide. Party spokesperson said the pen drive handed over to him by unknown man has five video clips of Jagdish Tytler.

    Jagdish Tytler. PTI file photo

    Shiromani Akali Dal spokesperson Manjit Singh GK said, " We have a sting of Jagdish Tytler in which he is admitting his role in 1984 killings. We are handing over all proofs to CBI. They should arrest him immediately. Otherwise, we will protest on roads and raise the issue in Parliament."

    According to NewsX, Shiromani Akali Dal spokesperson said that Tytler has audaciously confessed to his crimes like a proclaimed offender. In clip 1, Tytler expressed remorse for not being able to recover Rs 150 crores in cash from his friends, Manjit Singh. In clip 2, Tytler has stated that his son is in a company which has accounts in Swiss banks and Tytler also boasts about going to Rajya Sabha or being offered the Chief Minister-ship of Delhi.

    In clip 3, Tytler clearly says that he has killed 100s of Sikhs and he has lost faith in Congress senior leader Manmohan Singh.

    Akali Da lhas come out with the sensational claim a month after the Supreme Court dicided constitute a fresh three-member SIT, to be headed by a former high court judge, to monitor probe into 186 anti-Sikh riot cases, that followed the assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi in 1984, in which investigations were closed.

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