Sajjan Kumar's acquittal: Subash Nagar Metro Station shut after protesters enter

Angered over the acquittal of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in one of the cases of 1984 anti-Sikh riots, a number of people on Wednesday staged protest in the national capital blocking traffic. Shouting slogans and carrying placards, the protesters marched to Tilak Nagar Police Station in west Delhi and blocked traffic in the area. Protesters also stopped a Metro train at the Subhash Nagar station, following which the station had to be shut. Scores of Sikhs raised anti-government slogans on the streets of New Delhi on Wednesday against Sajjan Kumar's acquittal, with the protesters demanding justice for the riot victims and capital punishment for the accused.