A woman whose father was killed in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots told a Delhi court trying senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar and others on Thursday in a case relating to the killing of six persons that she was still trying to find ways to get justice.

“I am still finding ways and means to get the case pertaining to the killing of my father tried...I do not want to disclose the steps I am taking now,” Nirpreet Kaur told Additional Sessions Judge Sunita Gupta.

Ms. Kaur was cross-examined on what steps she took after coming to know that the case relating to the murder of her father Nirmal Singh had resulted in acquittal.

She claimed that the CBI inspector had told her since summons in the murder case of her father were sent to wrong addresses, all the accused were acquitted by the trial court. - PTI