January 20, 2011 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Chandigarh (January 20, 2011): In the defamation case filed against Ujjal Dosanjh the member Parliament from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for his statement made in Chandigarh India, against the Sikhs raising the voice for Khalistan and hurting the sentiments of the Sikhs, evidence of another witness was recorded in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM), Chandigarh. The case is now fixed for March 15th, 2011 for any other evidence and for examination of Prabhjot Singh, Senior Correspondent “The Tribune”.
On November 27, 2010, “Sikhs For Justice” through Avtar Singh a Canadian citizen filed criminal complaint in the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Chandigarh against Ujjal Dosanjh. Jatinder Singh Grewal, a Canadian citizen and Youth Coordinator for “Sikhs For Justice” is the primary witness in the complaint.
Human Rights Lawyer Navkiran Singh representing complainant Avtar Singh on behalf of “Sikhs For Justice” stated that criminal complaint against Ujjal Dosanjh has been filed under Section 500/501 of Indian Penal Code. Advocate Navkiran Singh stated that in case the court finds substance in the allegations made in the criminal complaint, the court can order an imprisonment of two years. He stated that the basis of the criminal complaint against Ujjal Dosanjh is the statements made by him while addressing a press conference in Chandigarh on September 11, 2010 in which Ujjal cautionedthe Canadian government about the second and third generation of Sikh immigrants propagating Khalistan. He further stated that the complaint against Ujjal is a warning for other such elements in Canada and elsewhere who have been involved in systematic campaign against Canadian Sikh community in retaliation of the growing support in the community for Sikh Human Rights issues.
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