Mr Tytler said he will file a criminal defamation case against those involved in making the video
New Delhi, India: Alleging that that the purported sting video linking him to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots was morphed, Congress leader Jagdish Tytler Tuesday threatened to file a criminal defamation case against those behind it.Mr Tytler, who submitted a memorandum to the Home Ministry, said that he has registered a police complaint over putting of his images in the "doctored" video.The Congress leader claimed he has carried out an "independent" inquiry through a reputed forensic laboratory which has come to the "conclusion" that the video was "doctored" and tampered images were allegedly incorporated in it."It was a morphed video. I will file a criminal defamation case against those who were involved in making the video," he told reporters.A Sikh organisation recently released a video claiming was of a sting on Mr Tytler in which he had allegedly said that he was involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.CommentsClose [X]A delegation of the Shiromani Akali Dal last week had met Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeking the arrest of the Congress leader and investigation into the matter.The BJP has already filed a complaint with the police demanding the arrest of Tytler.
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