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Beyond the News: Was Khalistan Liberation Force “Lawful” Till Yesterday?

I am not surprised that KLF has been banned by MHA of India. I am not surprised that it has been added into the list of 40-odd organizations, all representing minority or ethnic communities that have been proscribed by India under the draconian Unlawful Activities and Prevention Act (UAPA) 1967.

India Announces Ban on Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF)

According to media reports, the Ministry of Home Affairs, GoI issued a notification on Wednesday (Dec. 26) to declare ban on KLF.

Not Involved in Any Case; Open for any Investigation: says Gurjant Singh (Australia)

Gurjant Singh of Australia today held a Facebook live session after media reports mentioned his name in a recent case of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act registered by the Kotkapura police.

Arrested After Road Accident, 2 booked in UAPA along with Gurjant Singh Australia

The district police of Faridkot has reportedly arrested two persons after their motorcycle met with a road accident few days back.

Baghapurana Case: Chargesheet against Jagtar Singh Jaagi and others committed to sessions court Moga

An Indian court in Baghapurana (Moga) today committed the chargesheet filed by Punjab police against arrested Scottish citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi and others before the sessions court Moga.

Sikh Diaspora bodies to Tender Submission at UN Regarding ‘Killing’ of Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo in Indiaan Judicial Custody

Sikh activists from across the globe are set to hold a protest rally outside the UN office in Geneva on Friday 4 May 2018 between 12 noon and 4pm.

Special Report: Tributes Paid To Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) Chief Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo

The Sikh Sangat held Antim Ardas Samagam in the memory of Sikh Political Prisoner and Khalistan Liberation Force leader Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo on April 27, 2018 at Gurdwara Baddoana Sahib in village Dalli, Bhogpur Punjab.

Speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh About Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo and Sikh Struggle [MUST WATCH]

An Antim Ardas Samagam was held in the memory of Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo, chief of Khalistan Liberation Force, a Village Dalli (Bhogpur) on Aparil 28, 2018. This is video recording of Sikh youth leader Bhai Mandhir Singh during this samgam.

Antim Sanskar of Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo Held at His Ancestral Village Dalli

Antim Sanskar of Bhai Harminder Singh Mintoo was held at his ancestral village Dalli (near Bhogpur) in Punjab. Sikh Political Prisoner and Khalistan Liberation Force chief Bhai Mintoo had died in Patiala jail on April 18.

Nabha Jailbreak: Delhi Police Arrest 3 for Helping Escapees

As per media reports a special cell of Delhi police on Wednesday night arrested three persons from southeast Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar area for allegedly helping escapees to escape from Nabha jail in Punjab.

DGP Sumedh Saini to oversee Harminder Singh Mintoo’s interrogation in Chandigarh

Jalandhar, Punjab: Media reports say Harminder Singh Mintoo (47), who was arrested few days back from Delhi Airport by the Punjab police, has been shifted from Jalandhar to Chandigarh for further interrogation.

Punjab police claims to arrest KLF chief Harminder Singh Mintoo from Delhi Airport

New Delhi/ Chandigarh: Punjab police today claimed to have secured massive arrest in it's crack down against alleged Sikh militants. The police said that Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) chief Harminder Singh alias Mintoo was arrested this morning from the Delhi airport after he was deported from Thailand by the authorities there. Police said that Harminder Singh Mintoo was arrested along with another person named Gurpreet Singh.

Sensational claims, reporting in full swing after arrest of three alleged “Khalistan operatives”

With the recent arrest of three alleged Khalistan operatives by Jalandhar police sensational claims by the police and even more sensational reporting of those claims by media is in full swing.

No Whereabouts of Darshan Singh even after 12 Days; Family prevented by police from meeting CJ at Patiala

Patiala (February 24, 2010): Karamjeet Kaur of village Manki, Sangrur has once again claimed that her brother in Law is in illegal detention of Punjab Police since 13 February.