1984 Sikh Genocide: Sajjan Kumar to Undergo Lie Detection Test on May 30

—A Delhi based Metropolitan Court of Magistrate Santosh Kumar on May 14  issued directions for conducting a lie detection test of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar on May 30 in connection with two cases pertaining to 1984 Sikh genocide. The move came after Sajjan Kumar agreed to undergo Polygraph test.

The Court has also directed the Director of Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), Lodhi Road, to conduct a polygraph test on Sajjan Kumar.

“The court has examined the accused regarding voluntariness only with respect of giving consent for conducting lie detector test (Polygraph Test). The accused submits he wishes to give his consent voluntarily. Copy of this order be supplied to the investigating officer, counsel for accused and to Director CFSL, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road with the direction to conduct lie detector test on accused Sajjan Kumar on May 30. Application stands disposed of,” the Magistrate said.

Sajjan Kumar is facing two cases pertaining to Sikh genocide registered in the Police stations of Janakpuri and Vikaspuri of West Delhi. The complaint in Janakpuri police station pertains to the killing of two Sikhs, Sohan Singh and his son-in-law Avtar Singh, on November 1, 1984.

Notably, Sajjan Kumar was earlier granted anticipatory bail in these cases, and the Delhi High Court had even disposed off the application seeking cancellation of his anticipatory bail moved by the special investigation team (SIT) constituted by the Supreme Court.

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  1. Everyone is making a bid deal of this polygraph test and to what end. Eye witnesses don’t count. Crores of rupees spent on security of this man while genocide victims got pittance of compensation.

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