May 11, 2012 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
New Delhi, India (May 11, 2012): As per news reports, as the trial against Sajjan Kumar in the case related to 1984 genocidal violance against the Sikhs nears its end, a sessions court on Thursday acquitted 11 accused in a separate case involving the 1984 violance because of exaggeration and improbabilities in the evidence.
Additional sessions judge acquitted 11 west Delhi residents after the prosecution was unable to prove they had gathered to kill Sikhs in the aftermath of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s assassination.
“It would be extremely hazardous to place implicit reliance upon such testimonies of (prosecution witnesses) suffering from material contradiction, severe infirmities and inherent improbabilities going to the root of the matter to check and shake basic version and core of the prosecution case,” the court said, acquitting all accused on the ‘benefit of doubt’.
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