Shri Jagdish Tytler was first inducted into the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi as the Minister of Civil Aviation in late 80s. He held the following portfolios as the Minister in Government of India:

1. Minister for Civil Aviation under Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
2. Minister for Tourism under Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
3. Minister for Labour under Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
4. Minister for Food Processing under Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
5. Minister for Surface Transport under Prime Minister P.V.Narasimha Rao
6. Minister for Coal under Prime Minister P.V.Narasimha Rao
7. Minister for Non-Resident Indians under Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh

Shri Jagdish Tytler was elected Member of Parliament four times; and he has held the following posts in the political set up of the Congress Party:
1. Member of the AICC under Smt. Sonia Gandhi
2. Vice-President, D.P.C.C. under Smt. Sonia Gandhi

Shri Jagdish Tytler has also held the following posts:

  • CONVENOR/CHAIRMAN – IInd Committee to the United Nations
  • MEMBER – Indian Delegation to the United Nations
  • ONE-MAN MEMBER – United Nations Conference on Alternative Sources of Energy, Yugoslavia.
  • MEMBER :public Accounts Committee
  • MEMBER :Committee on Petitions
  • MEMBER :Consultative Committee, Ministry of External Affairs.
  • MEMBER :Committee on the Vishwa Bharati University.
  • MEMBER :Court of the University of Delhi.
  • MEMBER :Court of the Jawaharlal Nehru University.
  • CHAIRMAN :Transport Committee, Asian Games
  • CHAIRMAN :Civic Amenities Committee, Asian Games.
  • MEMBER :Special Organising Committee, Asian Games.
  • MEMBER :planning Board, Delhi Administration
  • MEMBER :National Youth Board, Dept. of Sports
  • MEMBER :Board of Technical Education, Delhi Administration.
  • CHAIRMAN :Laxmibai College
  • INCHARGE :Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee
  • INCHARGE: All India Congress Seva Dal

Role Of BJP Government In 1984 Riots
The Nanavati Commission received/collected 3,752 affidavits. It should be noted that nearly 3,083 affidavits were against the Sikhs. Even before the Nanavati Commission, the BJP Government whic

Justice Nanavati’s Interview With Rajdeep Sardesai
In Justice Nanavati’s recorded talk with Shri Rajdeep Sardesai, Chairman of IBN News Channel about Shri Tytler’s role in the 1984 Riots, he never said that there was any Substantial Evide

The PUCL And PUDR Report On Leaders Pressurizing Police Did Not Name Mr. Jagdish Tytler
Can anyone find my name here? Is it not ridiculous that people are not talking about the actual report but are blaming me just because one person misinterpreted my statement? Friends, I strongly

My Resignation
After almost sixteen years of the massacre, the Justice Nanavati Commission indicted Shri Tytler by using the rather unfortunate phrase “probably.” The Akali Party and the BJP got together whe

CBI Investigation
Because of political pressures, the case was referred to the CBI with instructions to investigate if the two affidavits lodged by Sardar Jasbir Singh and Sardar Surender Singh were true or false.

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