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1984 Sikh genocide Case : Hearing on Sherawat’s bail application to be held on May 10

New Delhi, May 6, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee President, Manjinder Singh Sirsa again asked the Delhi government forcibly that 1984 Sikh genocide accused Naresh Sherawat should not come out from jail in lieu of treatment. Hearing of the case is on May 10.

The accused is in Tihar Jail on life imprisonment in the case.

In a press statement Sirsa today said that Dr Deepak who is treating Sherawat in jail exposed him before the court that he is lying. Sherawat’s counsel told court that he could neither walk and talk properly. He had also told the court that the accused who was behind the bars in the case could not eat properly.

But Dr Deepak entered the court and said that the accused was fine to walk. He had no difficulty in talking. The accused is also taking food in proper manner in the jail.

According to Sirsa, court said when doctor inside the jail is giving adequate treatment to the accused why not his application for bail is rejected? The counsel of the accused urged the court that on the basis of his medical report the accused wants to have second medical opinion. Thereafter the court has given next date of hearing on May 10.

Sirsa asked the Delhi government that accused of 1984 sikh genocide case wanted to come out from the jail on lieu of getting medical opinion on the basis of report given by the Doctors treating him in the jail. He said when the accused is getting good treatment in the jail second medical opinion should be taken from a government hospital itself. Delhi government should put this opinion before the court so that the accused could not come out as the case is associated with sentiments of Sikhs.

Sirsa informed that from the side of DSGMC Legal Cell Chairman Jagdip Singh Kahlon, advocate Gurbakhsh Singh and Harpreet Singh Hora were present in the court.

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