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Delhi police releases Sikh activists after short detention; Denies permission to hold hunger strike in New Delhi

Delhi police has released three Sikh activists, who were detained today after they had started hunger strike at Jantar mantar seeking release of Sikh political prisoners. It is notable that after Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa’s family volunteered for his hospitalization in Ambala on January 09, the Haryana police and management committee of Gurdwara Lakhnaur Sahib asked Gurbkash Singh Khalsa’s associates to leave premises.

Gurpreet Singh Guri, others arrested by Delhi police from Jantar Mantar

Sikh activists who had shifted their hunger strike to Jantar Mantar today were reportedly arrested by the Delhi police in the evening. In an update Gurpreet Singh Guri Hans said that he along with Bagicha Singh Waraich and Gurpiar Singh were called by Delhi police at a police station near Indian parliament.

Hunger strike seeking release of Sikh Political prisoners shifted to Jantar Mantar in Delhi

After continuing hospitalization of Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa by Ambala administration on January 09, the Haryana police reportedly pressurized Sikh activists to shift the base of their hunger strike out of Hayrana state. Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa’s family had volunteered hospitalization after he developed breathing problem on January 09. He was on hunger strike since November 14, 2014.

Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa demanding release of 7 Sikh political prisoners only, clarifies Guri Hans

Ambala, Haryana: Gurbaksh Singh Khasla, who has been on hunger strike at Gurdwara Lakhnaur Sahib (Ambala) since November 14, has clarified that he is seeking release of only seven of those Sikh political prisoners who have completed the terms of their sentences.

Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa’s presence in Rashtriya Sikh Sangat program sparks controversy; Guri Hans offers explanation

Ambala, Haryana: A photo marking Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa’s presence in a Rashtriya Sikh Sangat program has sparked controversy. Gurprit Singh Guri claims that the photo was being misinterpreted and there was nothing wrong in Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa’s participation to the concerned program.

Gurpreet Singh released from Ludhiana Jail (L) 21 Dec. 2013 | Gurpreet Singh on Stage of Kabbadi Cup (R) 14 Dec. 2013

Sikh youth who raised voice of political prisoners during Kabaddi cup released from Ludhiana Jail

Ludhiana, Punjab (December 21, 2013): As per information available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) a Sikh youth named Gurpreet Singh Guri Hans was released late this evening from Central Jail Ludhiana. Advocate Gurjinder Singh Sahni told SSN over phone that Gurpreet Singh’s bail was secured today from the Ludhiana police administration and he was released from jails.

Gurpreet Singh Guri Hans

Political pressure behind keeping Ludhiana Sikh youth, Guri Hans, behind the bars

Ludhiana, Punjab (December 21, 2013): Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) sources revealed that the police administrations was constantly denying bail to Gurpreet Singh Guri Hans under political pressure. Guri Hans had attempted to use the stage of so-called World Kabaddi Cup on November 14, 2013 during final match at Ludhiana. He was booked by Division Number 8 police station of Ludhiana under 107/151 (Cr. P. C.), preventive detention clauses. He was sent to Ludhiana jail.

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Police want to keep Gurpreet Singh Guri Hans behind the bars till Modi’s rally in Punjab

Ludhiana, Punjab (December 17, 2013): According to information available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), the Punjab police want to keep Gurpreet Singh Hans behind the bars till Gujrat CM Narindra Modi’s Punjab rally.

Gurpreet Singh Guri Hans sent to Ludhaina Jail; Booked by Division No. 8 (Ludhaina) police under 107/151

Ludhaina, Punjab (December 16, 2013): It is learnt from sources that the Sikh youth, Gurpreet Singh alias Guri of Kila Hans village of Ludhiana district, who used so-called World Kabbadi Cup’s stage on December 14, 2013 at Guru Nanak Stadium Ludhiana to raise the voice of Sikh political prisoners languishing in Indian jails despite serving the terms of their sentences, has been sent to Central Jail, Ludhiana.