Bureau report : The 1984 Pul Bangash genocide case against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler has now been handed over to the district court. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vidi Gupta Anand has directed to transfer these cases to the district court. Jagdish Tytler is an accused under section 302 of IPC in this case. In this case, Tytler can also get the death penalty.
Copies of the documents relied upon in the case have already been given to the titler, the magistrate said. The court said the accused can get the necessary application in the session court to demand other documents.
The court said that on July 26, notice was given to the accused to appear in various sections. The charge sheet had serious sections like 302 conspiracy to murder, 436 mischief by fire or explosive substance with intent to destroy house.
The sessions court had earlier granted anticipatory bail to the titler on a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh and one surety of the same amount. The bail was accompanied by certain conditions that Tytler would not tamper with evidence in the case and would not leave the country. After the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, 3 people were killed during the genocide in Pul Bangash area on 1st 1984, the Gurdwara was set on fire. In this case, the witnesses said that Jagdish Tytler was leading the mob that provoked the people.
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