US Sikh Group Gets More Time For Human Rights Violation Plea Against Sonia Gandhi

Sikhs For Justice and violence victims are seeking compensatory andpunitive damages against Gandhi for allegedly shielding and protectingKamal Nath, Sajjan Kumar, Jagdish Tytler and other Congress partyleaders.

NEW YORK – A US federal courthas given Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) tillDec 3 to file an amended complaintagainst Congress PresidentSonia Gandhi in an alleged humanrights violation case.Despite opposition from Gandhi’sattorneys, the federal court hereMonday granted the Sikh rightsbody’s request for more time toamend its complaint about her rolein protecting and shieldingCongress party leaders whoallegedly participated in theNovember 1984 anti-Sikh violence.SFJ and violence victims areseeking compensatory and punitivedamages against Gandhi forallegedly shielding and protectingKamal Nath, Sajjan Kumar,Jagdish Tytler and other Congressparty leaders.While SFJ claims that the courtsummons were served on SoniaGandhi through hospital and securitystaff at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in NewYork on Sep 9, Gandhi’s attorneysare challenging the service of summons.

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