New Delhi:  The Delhi High Court today deferred its verdict on a plea of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar against a trial court order framing charges against him in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in connection with the killings of six persons in Delhi’s Sultanpuri area.The court had reserved the order against him in December last year. It has now posted the matter for hearing on May 15.

Besides the Congress leader, co-accused Ved Prakash Pial alias Vedu Pradhan and Brahmanand Gupta had also moved the high court against framing of charges against them in the case.Apart from murder and rioting, a lower court in 2010 charged Mr Kumar and others for spreading enmity between two communities in the Sultanpuri case.Mr Kumar, along with five others, is also accused of allegedly inciting a mob to kill five Sikhs in the Delhi cantonment area in 1984. He has been charged with rioting, dacoity, murder, inciting violence, and damaging public property in that case. The verdict is likely to be delivered in this case tomorrow.

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