November 2, 2017 | By Parmjeet Singh
Ludhiana: A Sikh youth who was withheld at by Indian immigration authorities at Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi on October 31 upon his arrival from England, is with the Baghapurana police on police remand till November 6.
Taljit Singh, who hails from Jammu, was staying in England for last 9 years was not allowed to leave the airport by Indian immigration authorities after his arrival early morning of October and he was later handed over to the Punjab police.
The whereabout of Taljit Singh were not known after he was picked up by the police but now the information has surfaced that he is on police remand till November 6 with the Baghapurana police.
Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur told Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) over phone that the Baghapurana police has taken his remand in a UAPA (Unlawful Activities Prevention Act) case. Taljit Singh’s brother Tarlok Singh (now on bail) is also facing UAPA charge in this case.
Speaking to Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) on October 31 Tarlok Singh said: I was charged by Punjab police in some cases under UA(P)A.
“The police had inquired about my brother during my investigation. They had claimed that my bother was linked to Paramjeet Singh Pamma. I was not aware of anything and I told the police to directly talk to my brother who was staying in London. The police made a contact with my brother over phone who had ensured them that he was not connected to Paramjeet Singh Pamma or anyone else and was just earning his livelihood there”, Tarlok Singh had told SSN over phone.
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