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High Court Hears PIL of 8257 Missing and Extra-Judicially Killed in Fake Encounters in Punjab

A bench of Chief Justice of Punjab & Haryana High Court resumes hearing PIL of 8257 missing and extra-judicially killed persons in staged encounters in Punjab from 1984-1995.

PIL in Punjab High Court Seeks Justice in 8,257 Cases of Enforces Disappearances and Fake Encounters

Punjab & Haryana High Court hears a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) identifying over 8,257 cases of enforced disappearances. These persons were killed in fake encounters by Indian forces in Punjab during 1980s-90s period in Punjab.

Sohrabuddin Fake Encounter Case: Another Witness Turn Hostile, Takes Count to 45

Another prosecution (CBI) witness in Sohrabuddin Shaikh fake encounter case turned hostile on Monday.

Sohrabuddin Fake Encounter Case: CBI Abstains From Appealing Against Three IPS Officers ‘Discharged’

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday informed the Bombay High Court that it had not filed any appeal challenging the discharge of senior IPS officers

DSGMC Asks CBI To Probe Amarinder Singh’s Admission Of Extra Judicial Killings

Delhi's Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) here on Thursday while footing a confession tweeted by Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh last

Fake encounters: Supreme Court vacates stay from trial of Punjab cops

The Supreme Court of India has reportedly vacated stay on trial of Punjab policemen facing murder charges for eliminating youth in fake encounters during the days in the 1990s period.

Four policemen sentenced to imprisonment for life in 1993 enforced disappearance case

A CBI court yesterday (Dec. 01) awarded life imprisonment to four policemen, three of them from Uttar Pradesh, for abducting and then killing a Khanna resident in a fake encounter. In October 1993, these policemen from UP and Punjab subjected a Sikh youth to enforced disappearances and eliminated him declaring him a ‘terrorist’, to get promotions.

Ludhiana Fake Encounter: Ruling party activists, politicians, villagers rally behind accused

Ludhiana: Politics has started over the cold-blooded killing of two brothers in Jamalpur area of Ludhaina. A day after Senior Superintendent of Police, Khanna, Harsh Bansal, was suspended and Machhiwara Station House Officer Manjinder Singh dismissed following the killings of two Dalit youths of Bohapur village, residents of 15 villages staged a protest at Neelon on Sept. 30 claiming that police and a ruling party leader accused in this case were not to be blamed for the incident.