Punjab and Haryana High Court today granted bail to Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo in a case registered under FIR number 103/2009, at Police station Bhogpur.
The Doraha police was able to get the police remand of Sikh Political Prisoner Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo on Tuesday (March 28) for four days in a proxy case.
The Nabha police was able to secure get two more days police remand of Harminder Singh Mintoo in relation to Nabha Jailbreak case on Tuesday (Dec. 20).
As per media reports a special cell of Delhi police on Wednesday night arrested three persons from southeast Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar area for allegedly helping escapees to escape from Nabha jail in Punjab.
Nabha police was able to secure five days police remand of Harminder Singh Mintoo in relation to Nabha Jailbreak case on Thursday (Dec. 15).
Delhi Court today sent the Khalistani Liberation Force (KLF) chief Harminder Singh Mintoo to judicial custody till December 14.
Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) chief Harminder Singh Mintoo's police remand was extended on for 7 more days on Monday (Dec. 05).
Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur said that Harminder Singh Mintoo Wanted Police to Pursue Cases but Cops said he was still in Pakistan.
This is audio recording of Qaumi Awaaz Radio's interview with Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur who maintains list of Sikh political prisoners and he is also counsel of Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo, who escaped from Nabha jail on Sunday (November 27, 2016).
Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) Harminder Singh Minttoo is arrested by Delhi and Punjab police from Delhi. He had reportedly broke out of Maximum Security Jail, Nabha yesterday.
After sensational Nabha Jailbreak, Mohali police arrested escapee Kulpreet aka Neeta Deol and UP police arrested suspected key facilitator Palwinder Pinda.
United Khalsa Dal (UK), a UK based Sikh body, has raised apprehensions that the Punjab police may stage fake encounter of Harminder Singh Minttoo, who reportedly escaped from Maximum Security Jail, Nabha this morning.
Sukhbir Badal said that the police had an encounter with Nabha jail escapees at a place but he did not disclosed any further details, including the place of the encounter.
Harminder Singh Mitto, who reportedly escaped from Maximum Security Jail in Nabha, Punjab was facing trial in 10 cases.
Khalistan Liberation Force chief Harminder Singh Mintoo was allegedly liberated from Maximum security jail, Nabha on Sunday (Nov. 27, 2016) by armed persons.
Jalandhar police belonging to police station Bhogpur yesterday (Feb. 20) presented Challan (chargesheet) against Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo, Harpreet Singh Jammu, Paramjit Singh Pamma and Sarwan Singh Shabba in a Jalandhar court.
Harminder Singh Mintoo was today presented in a Gurdaspur court. The police has presented chargesheet against Bhai Mintoo in a case registered under FIR No. 83, dated 15-09-2013 under sections 17, 18 and 19 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, 1967; sections 153-A and 120-B of Indian Penal Code, 1872 and section 25 of Arms Act. The case was registered at police station Purana Shalla, district Gurdaspur.
Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo, Gurpreet Singh Gopi and Harpreet Singh Pintu were reportedly presented before a Jalandhar court today in a case pertaining to FIR number 103/2009, registered at Police station Bhogpur.
The court of Girish, duty magistrate of Gurdaspur, yesterday (on Dec. 26) sent Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo to judicial custody for fourteen days till January 9, 2014. Bhai Mintoo was presented before the court after expiry of four days police remand in FIR No. 83, dated 15-09-2013 under sections 17, 18 and 19 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, 1967; sections 153-A and 120-B of Indian Penal Code, 1872 and section 25 of Arms Act. The case was registered at police station Purana Shalla, district Gurdaspur.
A Nabha court yesterday (Dec. 17) sent Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo on police remand till December 20, 2014 in a case related to FIR number 7 of 2010 at Police Station Nabha Sadar. This FIR was registered under sections 4 and 5 of Explosives Act and sections 15, 16, 18 and 20 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).Next Page »