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Justice Nanavati Commission Report Volume II Anti Sikh Riots Delhi 1984

Justice Nanavati Commission Report Volume II Anti Sikh Riots Delhi 1984

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 JUSTICE NANAVATICOMMISSION OF INQUIRY
(1984 ANTI-SIKH RIOTS)
 
REPORT
 
VOLUME – II
(ANNEXURES)
 
 
 
I N D E X
 
S. No. CONTENTS ANNEXURE No.
1. Notification of the Commission
ANNEXURE
- I2. List of Affidavits filed before JusticeNanavati Commission of Inquiry
ANNEXURE
- II3. List of Affidavits filed before Justice MishraCommission
ANNEXURE
- III4. List of Affidavits filed before Jain-BanerjeeCommittee
ANNEXURE
- IV5. Classification of Affidavits District/PoliceStation wise
ANNEXURE
- V6. List of witnesses examined by theCommission
ANNEXURE
- VI7. List of persons who had not filed Affidavitsbut examined before the Commission
ANNEXURE
- VII8. List of eminent personalities who deposedbefore the Commission
ANNEXURE
- VIII9. List of Police officers against whom criminalcases were registered
ANNEXURE
- IX10. Particulars of Criminal Cases relating toAnti-Sikh Riots in Delhi
ANNEXURE
- X11. List of persons to whom notices undersection 8 B were issued
ANNEXURE
- XI
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ANNEXURE - I
The Gazette of IndiaEXTRAORDINARYPART II-Section 3-Sub-Section (ii)PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITYNo.314 NEW DELHI, MONDAY, MAY 8, 2000/VAISAKHA 18, 1922MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRSNOTIFICATIONNew Delhi, the 8
th
May, 2000
S. O. 441 (E). – Whereas the Central Government is of the opinion that it isnecessary to appoint a Commission of Inquiry for the purpose of making an inquiry into adefinite matter of public importance, namely, killing of innocent Sikhs following theassassination of Smt. Indira Gandhi, the late Prime Minister, on the 31
st
October, 1984;And whereas on 31
st
October, 1984, serious violence broke out in the NationalCapital Territory of Delhi and some other parts of the country and as a result of theviolence, thousands of the Sikhs lost their lives and several others got seriously injured;their houses and properties were burnt down as a result of arson and many of them wererendered homeless. The riots caused a great deal of anxiety and pain to the SikhCommunity and to the public;And whereas the Government of India in the Ministry of Home Affairs appointeda Commission of Inquiry headed by Mr.Justice Ranganath Misra for the purpose of making an inquiry into that definite matter of public importance, to wit, the violence thatoccurred and to take corrective measures to meet the ends of justice vide its notificationnumber S.O.362 9E) dated, the 26
th
April, 1985;And whereas there is a widespread demand from different sections of the public,particularly, the Sikh community for an inquiry into several aspects of violence, abuse of authority, remissness and apathy of law enforcement agencies and those who were inposition to exercise control over them, excesses committed and action taken or purportedto be taken in the wake of criminal riots and broke out on 31
st
October, 1984 andafterwards, targeting the members of the Sikh community;Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of theCommissions of Inquiry Act, 1952 (60 of 1952), the Central Government hereby appointa Commission of Inquiry consisting of Mr. Justice G.T. Nanavati, a retired Judge of theSupreme Court of India.

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