The District court adjourned till October 31, the hearing in the 1984 anti-Sikh riot case in which the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had given Jagdish Tytler a clean chit.
Hearing the application filed by CBI to cancel the FIR against Tytler in 1984 Sikh riot case, Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate postponed the hearing in the case till October 31.
In the application, the CBI had requested the district court to cancel the FIR against Tytler as it had not found any incriminating evidence against the Congress leader. The CBI also said that it found the statement of Jasbir Singh, one of the key witness in the case unreliable and most of the witnesses had altered their statements in this case.
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