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Jagdish Tytler


Jagdish Tytler is a Congress politician and a former Member of Parliament. He also served as the Indian Union Minister of State for Overseas Indian Affairs.

Tytler is the current AICC in-charge for Odisha.

Jagdish Tyler has been involved in several controversies. He was accused of inciting and leading murderous mobs against the Sikh community in Delhi during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Tytler has refused the allegations. He also had to resign from his minister position after an official commission of inquiry noted the 'balance of probability'.

In September 2012, Jagdish Tytler was booked for criminal conspiracy for allegedly instigating Congress party workers in the Odisha Assembly protests. A woman constable was beaten up by the mobs in the incident.

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Jagdish Tytler and Niranjan Patnaik file counter FIR against Naveen Patnaik and Police
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Sikh bodies honour Beant Singh killer Rajoana's sister
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) felicitated the sister of Balwant Singh Rajoana, the assassin of former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh on the twenty-eighth anniversary of the Operation Blue Star of 1984, here on Wednesday.

Sudarshan's anti-Sonia remarks provoke youth Congress protest
The Congress youth wing party workers on Friday demonstrated at the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) headquarters in New Delhi against former RSS chief K. S. Sudarshan's anti-Sonia Gandhi remarks.

Sukhbir Singh Badal takes a dig at Rahul Gandhi
Taking a dig at Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal welcomes him to campaign in upcoming state elections, as it would 'ensure Congress' defeat'.

RSS supporting Baba Ramdev's anti-graft stir, says Jagdish Tytler
Criticising yoga guru Baba Ramdev for holding an anti-graft stir, Congress leader Jagdish Tytler on Saturday said that the struggle was strongly supported by Hindu right-wing organization Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS).

New Congress Working Committee announced
Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Friday constituted a new Congress Working Committee (CWC), retaining key functionaries like Rahul Gandhi and Digvijay Singh.

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