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Veteran Journalist Dalbir Singh Passes Away

Veteran journalist Dalbir Singh (Pattarkar) passed away today. Once a known marxists, he was considered amongst one of the influential ideological figures of the Sikh politics after the Ghallughara of June 1984.

Probe Properties of Radha Soami Beas and Other Deras in Punjab: KMO & PHRO

The Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) and Punjab Human Rights Organisation (PHRO) have demanded probe into properties held by Dera Radha Soami Beas and other deras in Punjab.

KMO Demands SIT to Investigate Parkash Singh Badal’s Secret Meetings with KPS Gill

The Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) has demanded that a Special Investigation Team (SIT) should be formed to investigate the truth of secret meetings of former Punjab CM and SAD (B) patron Parkash Singh Badal with former Punjab police chief KPS Gill.

SGPC Should Recognise Sikhs Who Were Subjected to Enforced Disappearances by Indian Forces: Khalra Mission Organisation

The Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) had demanded that the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee (SGPC) should recognise the Sikhs who were subjected to enforced disappearances by the Indian forces during 1980s-90.

KMO Seeks UN Secretary-General to Intervention for Independent Inquiry into June 1984 Attack and Human Rights Abuses by Indian Forces

The Khalra Mission Organization, a Punjab based human rights group, has written a letter to United Nations' Secretary-General António Guterres ahead of his visit to Darbar Sahib in Amritsar city of Punjab.

Investigative Report “IDENTIFYING THE UNIDENTIFIED” On Enforced Disappearances In Punjab Released At Delhi Press Club

It is learnt that the Punjab Documentation & Advocacy Project (PDAP) here on Monday, held a press conference at the Press Club of India (Delhi Press Club)

Identifying the Unidentified: PDAP to Release Report on Enforced Disappearances & Fake Encounters in Punjab

Punjab Documentation and Advocacy Project (PDAP) has announced to release a report titled: "Identifying the Unidentified" carrying compelling new evidence related to 8257 cases of enforced disappearances and fake encounters in Punjab.

KMO’s Praveen Kumar writes Open Letter to Capt. Amarinder against Obituary Reference to KPS Gill

In a press note released by Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) a Punjab based human rights group, Praveen Kumar son of Chamman Lal who's elder son

Obituary Reference to KPS Gill: Khalra Mission Slams Congress, HS Phoolka; Praises Kanwar Sandhu

Human Rights group Khalra Mission Organisation (KMO) today slammed Congress and Capt. Amarinder Singh for offering obituary reference to mass human rights abuser and former Punjab DGP KPS Gill who had died few weeks ago.

Enforced Disappearances in Punjab: Family of Amritsar Man Gets Death Certificate After 25 Years

With the passage of time the wounds of the bereave family has failed to heal, which was a target of police atrocities during militancy in Punjab as a victim of “enforced disappearance”

Disappeared, Denied but not Forgotten: Independent People’s Tribunal hears to testimonies of kins of Victims of Enforced Disappearances in Punjab

The Punjab Documentation and Advocacy Project (PDAP) in collaboration with Human Rights Law Network and other bodies a two-day Independent People’s Tribunal (IPT) on the issues of enforced disappearances, fake encounters and two decades of the denial of justice and accountability in Punjab.

Issue of Human Rights & Impunity and Punjab Polls 2017 | Speech of Bibi Paramjeet Kaur Khalra

Speaking on the occasion senior Human Rights Activist of the Khalra Mission Organization Bibi Paramjeet Kaur Khalra said that impunity for human rights abuses in Punjab was an unaddressed issue in Punjab.

A Legendary activist of Human Rights (The Untold Story of Bapu Chaman Lal of Tarn Taran)

The Sikh Siyasat presents the untold story of Bapu Chaman Lal, who passed away on July 1, 2016 awaiting justice for his son killed by the Punjab police in a fake encounter in 1994. This documentary is a tribute to his untiring struggle and firm commitment for human rights and high values of truth.

EXCLUSIVE: Bapu Chaman Lal (Tarn Taran)’s untiring struggle for Human Rights and Justice

Bapu Chaman Lal lived for over hundred years but died on July 1, 2016 awaiting justice for his son killed in fake encounter by the police in 1994 and his wait for justice proved longer than his life.

His Wait for Justice proved Longer than His Life; Chaman Lal of Tarn Taran dies at 90 awaiting justice for his son killed by the Punjab police

Chaman Lal, a resident of Tarn Taran in Punjab died today at the age of over 90 years. He waited for over two decades to see the Indian courts holding trial of police personnel accused of killing his son during enforced disappearance.

Bibi Parmjeet Kaur Khalsa’s speech at Tarn Taran (Human Rights violations and impunity in Punjab)

Watch video recording of speech of Bibi Parmjeet Kaur Khalra at Tarn Taran on February 18, 2014.

Khalra Mission Org. stages protest sit-in outside Tarn Taran DC office

Human Rights body, Khalra Mission Organization, reportedly staged a protest outside office of Deputy Commissioner of Tarn Taran on February 18. A release by KMO says the protest sit-in was part of ongoing justice and awareness move, aimed at "exposing" violators of human rights.

[Pictorial] Khalra Mission Organization holds protest seeking inquiry for enforced disappearances


KMO calls upon Canadian Sikh Community to boycott funeral of human rights abuser

Edmonton/ Calgary: In the midst of the Canadian Sikh community lived a man who was responsible for the torture of thousands of Sikhs and the deaths of hundreds of Sikhs at a conservative estimate. His Name is Gurmail Bai (Gurmail Grewal). He recently died living easy life here in Canada. (Calgary/Edmonton). He was a regular caller at various radio station in Alberta where he presented himself as just and honest police officer. He would further proclaim his sympathy for various victim families and blamed all state atrocities on few bad apples in Punjab police. Which could not be furthest from truth.

Parkash Badal (L) and Sukhbir Badal (R)

Dual Face of CM Badal – Demanded SIT for ’84 Sikh Carnage in May 2013 But Now rejects AAP’s efforts for SIT

Chandigarh/ Punjab (February 01, 2014): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal is often accused by various Panthic/ Sikh groups for being opportunistic and further for adopting dual policies for his ulterior political gains. He is also blamed for 'playing politics' over sensitive Sikh issues including those concerning Sikh identity and mass level atrocities on Sikhs.

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