The Supreme Court on Friday rejected the plea filed by 1984 anti-Sikh riots convict Sajjan Kumar seeking bail on medical grounds (Sajjan Kumar v. State through CBI). .The Bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and MM Sundresh also rejected the plea by Kumar to get him transferred to Medanta hospital for better treatment at his own expense. "He is accused of heinous crimes. You want him to be treated like some super VIP patient," Justice Kaul asked Kumar's counsel Ranjit Kumar. .Ranjit Kumar submitted that the health of Sajjan Kumar is health deteriorating and he has lost a lot of weight. He also placed reliance on a report by a doctor. "He has abdominal complexities. He has lost lot of weight. Please transfer him to Medanta at his own expense," Kumar said.However, the Court preferred to rely on the report submitted by the Medical Board and noted that his health is improving. It, therefore, refused to pass any order grating relief. "We are not passing any orders. If medical authorities consider it necessary for further treatment or examination at Medanta, they may do so," the Court clarified while rejecting the plea. The bail plea by Kumar on merits will be heard on a later date.