HC reserves order on Sajjan plea
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The Delhi High Court on Friday reserved its order on the plea of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar against a trial court order framing charges against him in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.
"The order is reserved," Justice Suresh Kait said after advocate H S Phoolka, counsel for complainant Sheela Kaur, concluded the arguments. Co-accused Ved Prakash Pial and Brahmanand Gupta had also moved the High Court against framing of charges against them in the case.