Man sentenced to death over 1984 India anti-Sikh killings

A man has been sentenced to death by a court in India in connection with the killing of two men during anti-Sikh riots in 1984.

Yashpal Singh was convicted by a Delhi court for the murders of Hardev Singh and Avtar Singh by setting them on fire in the riots that followed the assassination of then prime minister Indira Gandhi.

Naresh Sehrawat, who was also convicted in the case last week, was sentenced to life imprisonment.

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