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1981 Plane Hijack Case

Sikh Hijackers Case: Dark Side of Indian Justice System: Talk with Dal Khalsa leader Kanwarpal Singh

Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh about Sikh hijackers case. This is full video recording of the talkshow.

Thanks But, DSGMC Has Already Provided Legal Assistance: Dal Khalsa

The pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa here today while expressing gratitude over  Punjab CM Amarinder Singh's  offer to provide legal aid to Sikh

Amarinder Singh Offers Legal Assistance To Sikh Activists Accused Of 1981 Plane Hijack Case

In a dramatic and equally reckoning move Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh here on Thursday directed the state’s legal aid team to extend help to the

Double Jeopardy: Sikh Hijackers again put on trail in 36 years old Plane hijacking case

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking case.

Retrial Of Sikh Activists In 36 Years Old Hijack Case A Travesty Of Justice By Indian Judiciary

The court of ACMM Ms Jyoti Kler today granted two day interim bail to two Sikh hijackers namely Satnam Singh and Tejinder Pal Singh in a 36 years old hijacking

1981 plane hijack – Two Sikhs knock at doors of Delhi High court against double jeopardy

New Delhi/Ludhiana, India/Punjab (December 04, 2012): It is learnt that Bhai Satnam Singh Paunta Sahib and Tejinderpal Singh who, sent back to India in 2000 after serving a life term in Pakistan for hijacking an Air India plane to Pakistan in 1981, have moved the Delhi High Court for quashing a fresh trial against them in India for the same act.

Double Jeopardy?: Indian court want trial against 5 Dal Khalsa men for 1981 plane hijacking case

Ludhiana (September 02, 2012): A Delhi based Indian Court is reported to have issued “non-bailable” warrants against five Sikhs who were involved in hijacking an Air India plane to Pakistan in 1981. It is notable that only two of the five persons currently reside in India.