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    Delhi court awards death penalty to Yashpal Singh in 1984 anti-Sikh riots case

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    New Delhi: A Delhi court Tuesday awarded death penalty to convict Yashpal Singh for killing two men in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the first capital punishment in the case.

    Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Pandey also awarded life term to co-convict Naresh Sherawat in the case

    The verdict pronounced in the Tihar Jail due to security concerns and attack on the convicts on the premises of the Delhi court

    On November 14, the court had convicted Singh and Sherawat for killing two men here during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots -- the first conviction in the cases reopened by the SIT

    The Delhi Police had closed the case in 1994 for want of evidence. However, a Special Investigation Team on the riots reopened it.

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