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Indian Political & Justice System Biased & Discriminative: Dal Khalsa

The Dal Khalsa today lashed out at Punjab Governor and Chief Minister for granting pardon to four convicted cops responsible for killing a Sikh youth Harjeet Singh in fake encounter. The organization hits out at Indian political system terming the move as yet another glaring example of blatant discrimination against the Sikhs.

Story of State Patronage to Gurmeet Pinky: Exclusive Talk With Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains

Sikh Siyasat Editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Rajwinder Singh Bains, Senior Advocate of Punjab and Haryana Haryana Court about a recent decision of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

HC Directs Action Against SHO Who Arrested Victim Family to Help Gurmeet Pinky Take Revenge

A clear proof of targeting of victim families by culprit cops in Punjab have come into light in form of a judgement of Punjab and Haryana High Court.

Patiala police prepares Charge-sheet against Kanwar Sandhu, Gurmeet Pinky and 4 others

The Patiala police have prepared a charge-sheet against senior journalist turned Aam Aadmi Party politician Kanwar Sandhu besides five other persons in relation to an incident which occurred on December 19, 2015 inside the jail premises.

Infamous Former Cat/Cop Gurmeet Pinky Stripped off Medal by Centre

As per media reports the Central Government of India recently decided to withdraw the alleged "gallantry award" given to a former cat-turned-cop Gurmeet Pinky.

HC stays arrest of AAP leader Kanwar Sandhu in ‘unauthorised’ jail entry case

The Punjab and Haryana High Court yesterday installed stay on arrest of journalist turned politician Kanwar Sandhu in alleged unauthorised jail entry case.

Petition on Gurmeet Pinky’s revelation dismissed by High Court

A petition moved by niece of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and another widow of a Sikh youth killed by Punjab police in fake encounters was withdrawn from the High Court yesterday.

Kanwar Sandhu responds to Gurmeet Pinky’s U-turn: Says Raw video may be released in case of need

Journalist Kanwar Sandhu, who had conducted a long interview of former Punjab police inspector Gurmeet Pinky about fake encounters, extra-judicial murders and enforced disappearances in Punjab, has release a video blog at YouTube in response to Gurmeet Pinky’s U-turn on his disclosures about human rights abuses in Punjab.

Gurmeet Pinky files complaint against Sarbjit Virk & Kanwar Sandhu: reports PTC News

A Punjabi news channel, PTC News, has aired some video bytes of former police cat-turned cop Gurmeet Pinky, maintaining that Pinky has made “explosive revelation”.

Why is Badal Govt. acting dumb and blind on Gurmeet Pinky issue?

Why is Badal government acting “dumb and blind" on such serious issue of innocent killings in Punjab? Have the Badals forgotten that before elections and coming into power they had promised to punish the guilty police officers involved in innocent killings?

Senior Lawyer RS Bains on Gurmeet Pinky’s disclosures about Human Rights Abuses in Punjab

Senior lawyer (Punjab and Haryana High Court) and Human Rights activist Advocate Rajwinder Singh Bains talked to Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) to share his initial reaction about Gurmeet Pinky's disclosures and confessions about systematic, organised and widespread human rights abuses in Punjab.

Shaheed Bagat Singh’s niece want HC to order probe in Fake Encounters in Punjab

The family members of Kuljeet Singh Dhatt, a relative of Shaheed Bhagat Singh who was subjected to enforced disappearance and was killed in fake encounter by the Punjab police, has moved to the Punjab and Haryana High court demanding judicial inquiry into revelation of fake encounter killings by former cop Gurmeet Pinky.

Gurmeet Pinki’s confession reaches United Nations, European Parliament

Amritsar: In order to search for truth and bring perpetrators to book, the Dal Khalsa has asked the United Nations and European Parliament to constitute an ...

Journalist Kanwar Sandhu thrashed by Balwant Singh Rajoana in Patiala Jail

Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana who is facing death sentence and is confined in Central Jail Patiala reportedly thrashed senior journalist Kanwar Sandhu today during their meeting in Patiala jail. As per information former police officer Gurmeet Pinky was also present during the meeting.

Indian system, Punjab politicians unconcerned about impunity for human rights abuses in Punjab

Recent revelations and open confessions by a former Punjab cop Gurmeet Pinky has once again exposed the truth of so-called counter insurgency operations undertaken by the Indian forces during 1980s-90s in Punjab.

Gurmeet Pinky seeks FIR against former DGP Sumedh Saini

Former police cat turned cop Gurmeet Pinky has moved a complaint to the Chandigarh Police against former Punjab DGP and Chairman of the Police Housing Corporation, Punjab, Sumedh Saini and Amandeep Kumar, aka Skoda, allegeing that he paid Rs 50 lakh to them for getting himself reinstated in the Punjab Police.

Kanwar Sandhu talks about revelations by Police Cat Gurmeet Pinky

Senior Journalist Kanwar Sandhu talks about revelations by police cat turned Gurmeet Pinky regarding widespread and systematic human rights violations by Punjab police during 1980s-90s in Punjab.

Why Badal Govt. not taking any action on fake encounters issue? [Letter to the Editor]

These days cat/police officer Gurmeet Singh Pinky is in news. He has openly confessed to had hand in killings of 50 persons in 80/90's in the name of counter-militancy operations.

Former SCI judge Markandey Katju favours criminal prosecution of cops involved in Fake encounters

Former Supreme Court of India judge Justice (Retd.) Markandey Katju yesterday said favoured registration of criminal cases against police officers who were involved in fake encounters, enforced disappearances and extra-judicial killings in Punjab during 1980s-90s movement.

Punjab is in the throes of a retributive backlash: Human Rights activists [Conference Report]

Punjab is in the throes of a retributive backlash by its political masters against dissidents, opposition party members and farmers who hold diametrically opposite views to the ruling party combine. Quite suddenly, though not unexpectedly, there is a wave of intolerance in Punjab.

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