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Sukhbir Badal- to be arrested in Canada, under Citizen’s arrest act- as Bush- plans Sikhs seeking Justice

August 9, 2013 | By

Toronto, Canada (August 09, 2013): According to a press release (dated: August 08, 2013) by Sikhs seeking Justice (SSJ), that has been published by ‘Daily Political’ and ‘Watch List News’: “Canadian laws on Citizen’s arrest and Self Defence act, landed President George Bush, case in Calgary courts in March 2010, under the “Nuremberg principles”, which state “Any person who commits an act which constitutes torture on human Rights is responsible, therefore liable to punishment, the fact that local internal law does not impose a penalty for an act which constitutes a crime under international law does not relieve the person who committed or associated with the act from responsibility under international law, where a moral choice was in fact possible to him, to avoid such acts, which is supported by Canada, under UNITED NATIONS UNHCR acts, New York”.

“Canadian Lawyers against crime, who acted as defence for political activist John Boncore, who attempted to arrest former US President George Bush in March 2010, proved his innocence under the Canadian citizen’s arrest act, which again has been revised and is enforced in Canada” the press release reads further.

Sukhbir Singh Badal, President of SAD (Badal)

According to the press release: “Sikhs for Justice filed a Human Rights case against Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal, which has listed Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, as a defendant, even offering $ 20,000 award for serving the Punjab Chief Minister, who cancelled his visit to USA, in July 2013. Sikhs seeking Justice and Human Rights activist are preparing to make a It further states that: “Citizen’s arrest”, present him in U.S.Courts as a defendant”.

Some NRI organizations, Canada India Association, President including Indian Overseas Congress President Vikram Bajwa, had suggested Sukhbir Badal to cancel his visit last Year, which the Deputy Chief Minister acknowledged and acted upon, now is skeptical, on his forthcoming visit to Canada in September 2013, as a “Pro-Punjab and Pro-India, political organization, we will Welcome Sukhbir Badal, with open Arms, so he can address the issues of NRI’s, who cannot see him in Punjab”, said Vikram Bajwa.General Secretary Sunil Malhotra feels, Deputy Chief Minister might land into legal issues on his arrival in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver, with the pending Sikhs For Justice vs Badal, case in USA.

South Asian Human Rights activist have offered themselves to Sikhs Seeking Justice, to be assigned a role to make a ‘Citizens arrest”, of Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal, under the path of Punjab taken by convicts Prof. Bhullar and Balwant Singh Rajoana. NRI Lawyers Thind & Associates, Sandhu & Grewal Ltd., both advise that the “Deputy Chief Minister , under current circumstances and heading the Home Portfolio, with DGP S.S.Saini, could fall in the Citizen’s arrest laws of Canada”, which could upset his political future in Punjab and India”. Grewal said “he should avoid Canada and USA, until the resolution of the Sikhs for Justice case in United States”. Industrialist Jaswant Johal, does not see any NRI-Canadian, investing in Punjab, due to life and property security”.

“Major Sikh Gurudwaras in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Surrey,are preparing a Memorandum, with plans to protest against Deputy Chief Minister for NRI-Property issues, illegal occupancy of lands and residential properties by Land Mafia,proclaimed Offenders, under False cases, instigated by Punjab Police, Khalistan Affairs and Pro-Khalistan Associations, wish to take up the Re-opening of ”Encounters of Punjab”, during the 1980′s, with the Home Minister of Punjab”, the Press release reads further.

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