Jasbir Singh

  • Main witness against former Union Minister and senior member of Indian National Congress party – Jagdish Tytler, who led mob that killed Sikhs during “84' Sikh Genocide".
  • During “84' Sikh Genocide", Jasbir Singh was residing at E-583, Jagjit Nagar, Delhi-53 with his uncle S.Sital Singh.
  • Jasbir Singh has seen and heard Jagdish Tytler rebuking his supporters on November 3, 1984 saying, “I promised large scale killings of Sikhs and sought full protection, but you betrayed me".
  • Jasbir Singh gave affidavits to Jain Aggarwal Committee (December 1990 - August 1993) and the Nanavati Commission (2000- February 2004) against Congress MP, Jagdish Tytler.
  • No court or commission has ever called Jasbir Singh for his testimony.
  • Jasbir Singh as been constantly receiving serious threats and warnings ever since he gave affidavit against Jagdish Tytler implicating him as one of the leading conspirators and masterminds of “84' Sikh Genocide".
  • In 2002, Jasbir Singh fled India to save is life.
  • In September 2007 CBI declared that the ‘main witness Jasbir Singh is untraceable’ and filed a closure report in Jagdish Tytler’s case in the court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Sanjeev Jain; CBI has never tried to establish any contacts with Jasbir Singh.
  • “Nathuram Nagar, a Congress party councilor from Delhi called him 5-6 months back, asking him to take back his statement".
  • Jasbir Singh’s wife and children are still living in India; they continue to face threats of dire consequences if Jasbir Singh returns to India or if he went forward with the testimony against Jagdish Tytler.
  • He is ready to return to India and testify provided he and his family get adequate security through Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
  • On December 25, 2008, Jasbir Singh testified before CBI in California, USA (By the efforts of Sikhs for Justice, two-member CBI team came to USA to record the statements of witnesses of 1984 Sikh Genocide)