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|Title:||Sajjan Kumar case: the long quest for justice and lessons to learn|
|Keywords:||Crimes against humanity|
|Publisher:||Bar & Bench|
|Citation:||Chaudhary, Vishavjeet, (January 3, 2019). Sajjan Kumar case: the long quest for justice and lessons to learn. Bar & Bench.|
|Description:||Reversing the trial court’s verdict, the Delhi High Court recently convicted and sentenced former Member of Parliament Sajjan Kumar to life imprisonment for his role in the anti-Sikh riots in 1984. This verdict came after an arduous and lengthy battle spanning more than three decades. There are a few important lessons from this judgment that we as a nation must find solutions to.|
|Appears in Collections:||JGU Publications: Popular Articles, Literary items, Opinions, Reviews etc.|
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