Wednesday, July 13, 2016

DSGMC President Manjit Singh G.K. Demands from CBI to Register Case Against Tytler for Sending Money in Foreign Countries Through Hawala to Buy Witness in 1984 Sikh Genocide Case

New Delhi / 13 July 2016

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) today demanded from India’s top investigation agency Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to register case against Congress party leader Jagdish Tytler under “Money Laundering Prevention act 2002” for sending money illegally to foreign countries.

DSGMC President Manjit Singh G.K. in a complaint to CBI director Anil Kumar Sinha said that Tytler has sent crores of rupees in foreign countries to placate and buy the witness of 1984 Sikh genocide and he also raised question as to why the CBI has failed to start investigations into the matter.
G.K. said that Tytler is allegedly responsible for killing of one Badal Singh a Granthi Singh of Pul Bangash Gurdwara during 1984 genocide and Tytler is facing a trial in Karkardoma court. But CBI has rejected all the evidences against Tytler and had given him clean chit. 

According to G.K. a witness in the case Surinder Singh a Granthi Singh, his son Narinder Singh was allegedly sent to Canada by Tytler spending 50,000 dollars. G.K. alleged that Tytler has also paid a sum of Rupees one crore to Surinder Singh to turn hostile because he was one key witness who could send Tytler to jail.

G.K. adds that these facts were brought to light by Abishek Verma one time close associate of Tytler, but CBI ignored it. Verma has said that at Tytler’s behest he had arranged Visa for Narinder Singh but CBI never took note of it, further added G.K.

G.K. also added that Verma has disclosed that in 2010 on behalf of Tytler he has sent Rupees 5 crore to Tytler’s sister in name of Kapur Family settlement trust though hawala and part of the money was given to the witness in 1984 genocide. According to G.K. it proves that Tytler was fully involved in the matter and if CBI properly investigates the matter it is a close and shut case to nail Tytler. 

With Thanks : Media DSGMC

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