Amitabh Bachchan faces criminal complaint Australia
Sydney: From the sources it is clear that against the Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan in Australia an US Sikh group has lodged a criminal complaint. Its case was handed over to the US based human rights organization, with the Director of Commonwealth Prosecutions by Sikhs for Justice. The complaint was raised on behalf of peoples like widows, victims, and survivors of November 1984 anti-Sikh attacks, SFJ has been joined by National 1984 Victims Justice and Welfare Society and All India Sikh Students Federation etc.
It has been made clear that Bachchan had gone to Australia in order to get his Doctorate award from Queensland University of Technology and in Australia Bachchan was also scheduled with the shooting work for the Hollywood movie The Great Gatsby.
According to the source it has been made known that the legal adviser Gurparwant Singh Pannum had stated that according to Australia’s Criminal Code Act 1995 gives Australian court’s jurisdiction in cases involving crimes against humanity whether or not the offence was committed in Australia and Pannum said that under this Act, the mere presence of a foreigner in Australia is a sufficient reason for jurisdiction over acts of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity committed abroad, which made Bachchan to think about the matter seriously.