CBI Vs Suresh Kumar Panewala

It is stated in the Court Order that investigation has been conducted taking into account all the angles including conspiracy, the efforts were made to join the witnesses. Only one witness S. Jasbir Singh could not be contacted since he was out of India and his family members refused to give his whereabouts.

Mr. H.S. Phulka, advocate, promised the Hon. Court to submit the address of S. Jasbir Singh by 1/12/2007. The case was put up for the next hearing on 6/12/2007 for the consideration of closure report.

On 6/12/2007, Mr. Nav Kiran Singh appeared in the Court as Counsel of S. Jasbir Singh and filed an application against the “clean chit” given to Mr. Jagidish Tytler by the CBI in the 1984 Riots. The Counsel for S. Jasbir Singh filed a protest petition before the Hon. Court stating that his client was an “Informant” and not a witness, which again is an absolute lie.

 

CBI Vs. SURESH KUMAR PANEWALA

Regarding S. Jasbir Singh’s address, it has been approved by the Court and mentioned in the Court Order also. The case was put up for further hearing on 18/12/2007.

On 18/12/2007, the Hon. Court instructed the CBI to further investigate S. Jasbir Singh’s allegations against Shri. Tytler and submit the report by 16//1/2008.

The CBI made their best efforts to contact S. Jasbir Singh and his family members to find out his whereabouts, but were unable to do so but he appeared in news channels and gave false statements and tried to mislead by stating that he feared danger to his life. 

These statements are highly fictitious, false and fraudulent because S. Jasbir Singh has been declared as a “Proclaimed Offender”(PO) and there was an open arrest warrant against him by the Order of the Addl. Sessions Judge, Shri Rajiv Mehra in the year 2004 and this is the real reason for his not coming back to India to give his statement to the CBI.

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In The Court Of Sh. Sanjiv Jain Acmm: Karkardooma Court
S. Jasbir Singh in his affidavit dt. 31/08/2000 before the Commission had averred that he had overheard Jagdish Tytler rebuking his men on the night of 3/11/1984, near the T.B. Hospital for

CBI Vs Suresh Kumar Panewala
It is stated in the Court Order that investigation has been conducted taking into account all the angles including conspiracy, the efforts were made to join the witnesses. Only one wit

Copy Of RTI From Alok Kumar, DCP Central Zone
It would be pertinent to draw attention to the fact that S. Jasbir Singh was involved in the above case for the reason of attacking and threatening, beating and mal-treating the victims of the