SIT decides to reopen seven anti-Sikh riot cases
A Special Investigation Team, SIT, set up by the Union home ministry, has decided to reopen seven anti-Sikh riot cases, where the accused were either acquitted or the trial closed. According to a home ministry notification, the SIT has taken up the discharged cases for scrutiny or preliminary inquiry.
The seven anti-Sikh riot cases were registered in 1984 at police stations in Vasant Vihar, Sun Light Colony, Kalyanpuri, Parliament Street, Connaught Place, Patel Nagar and Shahdara in the national capital. The SIT has issued public notices asking individuals and organisations to provide information related to the seven cases.