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A Legendary activist of Human Rights (The Untold Story of Bapu Chaman Lal of Tarn Taran)

The Sikh Siyasat presents the untold story of Bapu Chaman Lal, who passed away on July 1, 2016 awaiting justice for his son killed by the Punjab police in a fake encounter in 1994. This documentary is a tribute to his untiring struggle and firm commitment for human rights and high values of truth.

Untiring Struggle of Bapu Chaman Lal

EXCLUSIVE: Bapu Chaman Lal (Tarn Taran)’s untiring struggle for Human Rights and Justice

Bapu Chaman Lal lived for over hundred years but died on July 1, 2016 awaiting justice for his son killed in fake encounter by the police in 1994 and his wait for justice proved longer than his life.

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High Court notice to farmers on petition seeking counting of farm-suicides in Punjab

The Punjab and Haryana high court has issued notice to the Punjab government directing the government to respond to a petition seeking direction for an independent census of farmers’ suicides in the state.

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His Wait for Justice proved Longer than His Life; Chaman Lal of Tarn Taran dies at 90 awaiting justice for his son killed by the Punjab police

Chaman Lal, a resident of Tarn Taran in Punjab died today at the age of over 90 years. He waited for over two decades to see the Indian courts holding trial of police personnel accused of killing his son during enforced disappearance.

Bhai Daljit Singh acquitted in UAPA case

EXCLUSIVE: Acquittal of Sikh leader Bhai Daljit Singh in a fabricated case highlights misuse of UAPA

Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains and Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur explains the facts related to a 2012 case under so-called UAPA against Sikh leader Bhai Daljit Singh. This case was acquitted by the trial court on May 24, 2016.

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Trials Set to Resume against Killer Cops of Punjab: SCI vacates stay (2016 Update)

Trials are all set to resume against alleged killer cops of Punjab. Many senior police officials of Punjab are also facing charges of murder for killing Sikh youth in fake encounters during late 1980s to early 1990s period.

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Journalist Surinder Singh (Talking Punjab)’s lawyer updates on Ambala Case

Journalist Surinder Singh, founder of Talking Punjab, has been in Ambala prison for past many months. On April 28, 2016 the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) talked to Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains regarding case against Surinder Singh journalist.

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On 1991 Pilibhit Fake Encounter of 11 Sikh pilgrims by UP police (Talk with Human Rights Lawyers)

A CBI court in Pilibhit on April 4, 2016 sentenced 47 policemen to imprisonment for life for murdering 11 Sikh pilgrims in a fake encounter in 1991.

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Senior Lawyer RS Bains on Gurmeet Pinky’s disclosures about Human Rights Abuses in Punjab

Senior lawyer (Punjab and Haryana High Court) and Human Rights activist Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains talked to Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) to share his initial reaction about Gurmeet Pinky's disclosures and confessions about systematic, organised and widespread human rights abuses in Punjab.

Gurmeet Kaur wife of Kuljeet Singh Dhatt seeks judicial inquiry into fake encounter killings in Punjab

Shaheed Bagat Singh’s niece want HC to order probe in Fake Encounters in Punjab

The family members of Kuljeet Singh Dhatt, a relative of Shaheed Bhagat Singh who was subjected to enforced disappearance and was killed in fake encounter by the Punjab police, has moved to the Punjab and Haryana High court demanding judicial inquiry into revelation of fake encounter killings by former cop Gurmeet Pinky.

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