ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Calcutta Diary

 Calcutta Diary AM THE judge could not have been more fair. He had, he says, little reason to contradict or contest the allegation that some members of the ruling political party were active participants in the orgy of killings and arson which took place in Delhi and its neighbourhood on October 31, 1984 and the subsequent days in the wake of Indira Gandhi's assassination. The judge is not one to flinch from taking cognisance of facts, which in any case are widely known. However, such members of the ruling party as took part in the murder of Sikhs and the pillage and burning of houses belonging to the community, did so 'for considerations entirely their own'. Their sins

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