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Wednesday, 18 September 2019 7.38 PM IST

SIT to reopen 1984 anti -Sikh riot cases, Amit Shah gives approval; Kamal Nath might be in trouble 

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NEW DELHI: The Union home ministry on Monday approved to reopen the investigation against Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath regarding the anti-Sikh riots in 1984. The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Managing Committee President Manjinder Singh Sirsa has told media that a Special Investigating Team appointed by the home ministry will reopen the case against Kamal Nath.

Sirsa also demanded that Kamal Nath must be removed from the ministry as the investigation against him has been reopened. He added that Kamal Nath represents the anti-Sikh face of the Congress and hence must be removed from all official positions. It is learnt that the SIT will be investigating a total of 7 anti-Sikh riot cases.

Earlier, the Delhi police had closed the cases against Kamal Nath citing lack of evidence. It must be noted that Ratul Puri, Kamal Nath's relative, was recently arrested in the Agusta Westland scam. Another Congress leader P Chidambaram is currently in Tihar jail in relation to the INX media scam.

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