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Antim Ardas held for Jaspal Singh Alias Pali at Village Karamgarh Aautanwali

September 16, 2009 | By

Mansa (September 16, 2009) At village Karamgarh Aautanwali, after Bhog of Sri Akhand Paath, Antim Ardas is held for S. Jaspal Singh Alias Pali who died under mysterious circumstances few days back. Jaspal was found dead on a railway track near Bathinda on intervening night between 5 and 6 September. After police crackdown on members and workers of Shiromani Akali Dal (A) Panch Pardhani at the instance of Punjab Government many leaders and workers of Panch Pardhani are arrested by Police including Party chairman Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu. Mansa Police twice came in search of Jaspal Singh to his house. Firstly on 2nd Sept. three police employees visited Pali’s house and asked his parents to bring him to Police station for investigations. Then on 4 September, 2009 police first came to Village Gurudwara Sahib at around 4 am in search of Jaspal Singh and then raided his house and searched his room. They even raided the houses of Pali’s relatives in native village on same day. After Pali’s death SSP of Mansa has given a statement that Pali’s was not wanted to the District police in any case. These two facts of police raids and later on denying the raids & that police was not in search of Jaspal Singh alias Pali raise suspension. Secondly, no alleged suicide note was recovered from Jaspal Singh’s body or immediate belongings found on the spot of incident that resulted in his death, but Police without sufficient inquiry or investigations declared that it is a case of suicide. Bathinda and Mansa Units of Panch Pardhani have accused Mansa Police for Pali’s death and has demanded an independent inquiry to bring truth before the people.

Today’s Ardas was attended by Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema, Secretary General of Panch Pardhani, Sewak Singh (Sub-editor of Sikh Shahadat), Darshan Singh Jaga Ram Tirath, Baljinder Singh (Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj), Sukhwinder Singh (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Satikar Sabha), Baljinder Singh Bir (Panch Pardhani, Mansa) and enormous others from Bathinda and Mansa.

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