In his extraordinary political career, Shri Jagdish Tytler was not spared by his rivals. The atrocious anti sikh riots of 1984 didn’t only affect the sikh community but left a deep scar on Shri Tytler as well. A catastrophic aberration, an earthquake that shook, mangled and tortured thousands of people, not only in India but nearly the whole world, the Riots of 1984 will go down in history as the most shameful, disgraceful and most dishonorable event that happened in a tolerance oriented, peace-loving and democratic country.

The perpetrators of the atrocities that occurred in 1984 must be punished, irrespective of the position and power they hold, for they are the people who have wounded India with their innate selfishness and hatred for their fellow countrymen; and if found guilty of this crime against humanity, they must be given the utmost penalty by the law of India.

For the past twenty-odd years, Mr. Tytler has been living under a kind of eclipse, which has never moved away. It is on record that Shri Tytler, inspite of the huge propaganda against him ceaselessly worked for the rehabilitation of the widows, the families and the Gurudwaras who had been affected by the riots. Regardless of the false accusations hurled at him with no apparent evidence, he worked in the direction of bringng the affected sikh community back into shape by providing protection, security and jobs to bring normalcy into their economic lives.

It was not only the Sikh Community that suffered, the aftermath affected Shri Tytler equally. Shri Tytler, who was unreasonably hauled into this openly challenged, saying, “be they even a Sikh gentleman/lady to come forward with proofs to show that I am wrong and am a culprit, I would like to emphatically say and acknowledge my guilt, and receive their judgement with sincerity and take the biggest penalty that law of India can offer”.

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