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Jagdish Gagneja Case: NIA Files Chargesheet in Mohali Special Court Against Jagtar Singh Johal and Others

The National Investigation Agency of India (NIA) on today submitted the chargesheet in RSS leader Gagdish Gagneja's murder case in a special NIA Court of Additional Sessions Judge N. S. Gill.

NIA Fails to File Reply on Discharge Plea of Jagtar Singh Johal; Seeks More Time

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India failed to file a reply in a Mohali based special NIA court on 4 November 2019. The agency urged the court to grant more time for filing reply to a discharge plea moved by the counsel/s of Jagtar Singh Johal and Dharminder Singh Gugni in Case number RC-24/2017/NIA/DLI.

Two Years On, India Still Ignoring Well-Founded Allegations of Torture in Jagtar Singh Johal’s Case

In a statement issued on November 3, 2019 REDRESS said that India continues to ignore its binding international obligations to investigate the allegations of torture in Jagtar Singh-Johal’s case. Monday 4 November 2019 marked two years since his arrest in India. New expert analysis has added further support to Jagtar Singh Johal’s claims of torture.

Court Dismisses Punjab Police Chargesheet Against Jagtar Singh Jaggi Johal

The court of an Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) today discharged a UAPA and Arms Act case against Jagtar Singh Johal and others.

Jagtar Singh Johal Discharged in Bajakhana (Faridkot) Case

The court of an Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) today discharged a UAPA and Arms Act case against Jagtar Singh Johal and others.

India Uses Trade to Force UK Foreign Office to Abandon Tortured Scot Held in Indian Jail for 600 days

Today marks 600 days in an Indian jail of Jagtar Singh Johal, the 32-year old Scot from Dumbarton who has been tortured and threatened to be burnt alive by police and is being detained without a proper trial.

Jagtar Singh Johal and Others Shifted to Delhi During Pendency of Review Petition

The Indian authorities on Saturday (May 25) shifted arrested Socttland citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi out of Punjab jails along with other persons arrested by the NIA in several cases investigated by the agency.

Hardeep Singh Shera Likely to be Shifted to Tihar Jail Today

In pursuance of Supreme Court of India's order, it is expected that Hardeep Singh Shera - one the persons arrested and accused by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in various cases, will be shifted out of Punjab today.

Modi Dispensation Controlling Judiciary and Election Commission: Dal Khalsa

Bhatinda, Punjab: As the elections are drawing closer, the Sikh group Dal Khalsa held a march on May 16 in the city to protest against ...

In SCI Order Totally False Ground Forged to Transfer Jaggi & Others to Tihar Jail

When the defence lawyer of arrested Sikh youths – Jagtar Singh Jaggi, Ramandeep Singh Bagga and Hardeep Singh Shera & others, had alleged that the NIA had subverted the judicial and legal procedure to get the cases against 11 persons, including those aforesaid; transferred outside Punjab, it was merely an allegation.

Jagtar Singh Johal and Others to be Shifted to Delhi; SCI Allows NIA Plea in 30 Seconds

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) today allowed National Investigative Agency (NIA)'s plea to transfer the trial of cases investigated by the NIA from Punjab to Delhi. NIA has booked Jagtar Singh Johal @ Jaggi, Ramandeep Singh Bagga, Hardeep Singh Shera and others in various cases related to killings of some persons between 2016 and 2017.

CM Amarinder Singh & Punjab Police DGP Claims on Jagdish Gagneja Case Under Question After NIA Reply

More than a year-and-half after the Punjab chief minister, Captain Amarinder Singh and the then Punjab DGP Suresh Arora claimed the August 2016 murder of state RSS vice-president, Brig Jagdish Gagneja (retd) had been solved, no one is formally named in this case by investigating agencies.

NIA Court Appearance of Sikh Youth: Special News Report and Talk with Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

This is special news report on NIA court appearance of Jagtar Singh Johali alias Jaggi and others in Mohali on March 20, 2019. The news report also includes special update from Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur.

500 Days Since Jagtar Singh Johal’s Arrest, India Still Failing to Investigate Torture Claims

As Jagtar Singh Johal remains confined in custody of Indian police after his arrest in November 2017, an international human rights group called REDRESS has noted that his claims about custodial torture during initial days of his custody still remains unaddressed. 

Brother of Jagtar Singh Johal Makes Plea to Scots Over Online #FreeJaggiNow Drive

The lawyer brother of a Dumbarton man detained in India has urged Scots to back a social media drive marking 500 days spent in custody, a report in The National notes.

Moga Court Fixes 4 February as Next Date of Hearing in case Against Jagtar Singh Johal

The District and Sessions Court of Moga on January 21 fixed February 4 as the next of hearing for prosecution evidences in a case against British citizen Jagtar Singh Johal.

Jagtar Singh Jaggi Gets Bail in Bajakhana Case; Update from Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

Arrested British citizen Jagtar Singh Johal @ Jaggi's lawyer Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur today released a video message sharing an update that Jagtar Singh Johal has been granted bail by a Faridkot court in a case registered at PS Bajakhana vide FIR No. 163/2017 under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) and Arms Act.

EXCLUSIVE Interview with Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur About Latest Situation on Sikh Political Prisoners’ Issue

Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) Editor Parmjeet Singh talked to Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur about the cases of Bandi Singhs, including British citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi.

UK Authorities Exposed for Targeting Sikh Activists & Assisting Indian Regime

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur, the lawyer acting for Jagtar Singh Johal, the 31-year old Scot from Dumbarton who was abducted by Indian police on 4 November 2017 and subject to third degree torture has just finished a 10-day visit to the UK.

Sikh Students of 13 Universities in London Condemn Indian State for ‘Unjustly Incarcerating’ Jagtar Singh Johal

In a unique move, Sikh students from 13 universities in London came forward to support arrested Scottish citizen Jagtar Singh Johal who is behind the bars in the Indian subcontinent now for more than a year. 

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