New Delhi: The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) who got hold of five video clips of a sting operation wherein senior Congress leader Jagdish Tytler had allegedly admitted to killing 100 Sikhs during the 1984 riots claims to have added more substance to their allegations when sender of the videos came in their support.
In a letter to DSGMC chief Manjit Singh the sender writes ‘I have all the documents related to the sting and will present all the evidences, video clips of the sting operation only before court. Moreover, one of man who is sitting besides the Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in the video clip has also came forward and met with the committee members and assured all help.
DSGMC chief Manjit Singh and BJP-Akali Dal MLA, Manjinder Singh Sirsa gave all these information in a press conference here on Monday.
Later, DSGMC also distributed the video clips of a sting operation wherein senior Congress leader Jagdish Tytler had allegedly admitted to killing 100 Sikhs during the 1984 riots.
GK claimed that an unknown man handed over a white envelope, addressed to him, to his security guards on February 3. He said he found some documents and a pen drive in the envelope. Upon reading the documents, he found the script of five videos recorded on December 8, 2011, he alleged.
“When DSGMC media cell chairman Parminder Pal Singh accessed the pen drive, we found five video clips of Jagdish Tytler,” he said, adding that the material would be handed over to the CBI and the Delhi Police for further action.
GK alleged: “In clip 1, Tytler expressed remorse over not being able to recover Rs 150 crore from his friends. In clip 2, he stated that his son was in a company which had accounts in Swiss bank. In clip 3, he clearly said he had killed 100 Sikhs and had lost faith in Manmohan Singh. Clip 4 contains videos where Tytler boasts of being close to judiciary.”
He said “We have already handed over the previous video clips and now sending this CD too. Now, it is proved no one can stop investigation agencies to arrest Tytler. We hope that agencies will act.”