Son of Indira Gandhi assassin elected to India parliament: Commission

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The son of one of two men who shot dead former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was elected to India’s parliament on Tuesday, election commission figures showed.

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Sarabjeet Singh Khalsa’s father was a member of Gandhi’s security team who, along with an accomplice, shot Gandhi dead in her garden in 1984 in retribution for an attack on a Sikh holy shrine earlier that year.

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