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Sumedh Saini’s Bail Plea Rejected by Mohali Court in Balwant Singh Multani Murder Case

A Mohali court on Tuesday (1 Sept.) rejected the bail plea of former DGP Sumedh Saini in Balwant Singh Multani murder case.

Sikhs, Bahujans, Muslims Hold Joint Protest in Punjab on 15 August

A number of Sikh, Bahujan and Muslim activists held a joint protest at Jalandhar on August 15, which is marked annually as independence day by the Indian state. It is learnt that activists belonging to Dal Khalsa, Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann), Rashtriya Muslim Morcha, Bhaujan Kranti Morcha, Sikh Youth Federation Bhindrawale (SYFB) and Akal Federation participated in this protest.

Stop Repression and Illegal Detention of Sikhs Youth in Punjab Under Lawless Laws like UAPA: ASC

Chandigarh: In a written statement (copy with SSN) the American Sikh Council (ASC) has expressed grave concerns about the alleged “illegal detention of innocent Sikh ...

How Gurmeet Ram Rahim Escaped in Salabatpura Case? Role of Punjab Police & State Government

Burj Jawahar Singh Wala case is not the first case in which DSS chief is named by the Punjab police. He was earlier named by the state police in 2007 ‘Salabatpura case’.

Saka Behbal Kalan: SIT Says Police Forged Firing on Vehicle to Fabricate Self Defence

The Special Investigative Team (SIT) formed to investigate police firing incident at Behbal Kalan has arrested a lawyer named Sohail Brar, who is accused of fabricating bullet marks on a police escort vehicle in the Behbal Kalan police firing case.

Sidhu Moosewala Still on the Run to Escape Arrest; 4 Cops Apply for their Anticipatory Bail

Four of the five cops, booked by the Sangrur and Barnala police involving use of arms, including an AK-47 rifle, by singer Sidhu Moosewala have now applied for anticipatory bail before a Sangrur court. Meanwhile Sidhu Moosewala still remains on the run.

Mohali Police Torture Journalist Major Singh in Police Station

Two ASIs of Mohali police are accused for torturing a senior Punjabi journalist in the police station. Major Singh, district incharge of Punjabi vernacular Rozana Pehredar said that he was covering an issue at Phase 4 Mohali Gurdwara Sahib when ASI Om Parkash and ASI Amar Nath snatched his mobile.

Conducting Raids to Arrest Singer Sidhu Moosewala, says Punjab Police

Sidhu Moosewala was booked in two cases for firing at a police at two different places earlier this month. He was accompanied by Punjab police officials who had unauthorisedly arranged shooting practise for him.

Sumedh Saini Case: Eye-witness Records Statement with Investigation Officer

An eye-witness against former DGP Sumedh Saini has recorded her statement with the investigation officer of the Punjab police. Advocate G. K. Mann and her husband were arrested along with deceased Balwant Singh Multani in 1991, when Sumedh Saini was SSP of Chandigarh.

Close Associate of Badals, Satnam Singh Kaler Defended Many ‘Killer Cops’

Advocate Satnam Singh Kaler may have withdrawn from the defence of former DGP Sumedh Saini but controversy triggered by his move to appear for Saini refuses to die down.

Under Fire, Sumedh Saini’s Lawyer Steps Back From Defending Ex-DGP

After facing severe criticism from Sikh circles, Advo. Satnam Singh Kaler, who is also chairman of Sikh Gurdwara Judicial Commission, announced to withdraw from defending Ex-DGP Sumedh Saini.

Send Police Team to Delhi to Arrest Saini: Dal Khalsa writes to CM Amarinder Singh

Dal Khalsa spokesman Kanwar Pal Singh has urged the Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to arrest and prosecute ex-DGP SS Saini as merely registering FIR against him means nothing.

Badals Connection: Gurdwara Judicial Commission Chairman Defending of Sumedh Saini in Court

Sumedh Saini's close association with Badal family led Shiromani Akali Dal (Baldal) was so open that Saini is often termed as 'darling of Badals'. During their rule in Punjab, Badals saved Sumedh Saini from legal proceedings in Balwant Singh Multani's enforced disappearance case.

What Punjab CM Amarinder Singh Says About Case Against Ex-DGP Sumedh Saini?

Former Punjab police chief Sumedh Saini is booked by Mataur police in a 1991 case related to enforced disappearance of Balwant Singh Multani. The FIR No. 77 (PS Mataur) is registered on 6 May 2020 on a complaint filed on 5 May 2020 by Balwant Singh's brother Palwinder Singh Multani.

Sumedh Saini- An instrument of Indian State, Darling of Badals and a Killer cop is Finally Booked: Dal Khalsa

Commenting on registration of FIR against former Punjab DGP Sumedh Saini, pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa said: “[s]ins of notorious cop SS Saini have come to haunt him after a long period".

Copy of FIR No. 77 (PS Mataur, Mohali) Against Ex-DGP Sumedh Saini

An FIR is registered against former Punjab police chief Sumedh Sahini at Mataur police station in Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar (Mohali).

Sumedh Saini on the Run After FIR in Enforced Disappearance Case; Denied Entry in HP

It is learnt that the Punjab Police have registered a criminal case against former DGP Sumedh Saini in connection with the disappearance of Balwant Singh Multani in 1991.

Legal Experts Say Police Going Lenient on Sidhu Moosewala, Singer Could Face 10-14 Years if Booked under Arms Act

Punjab police maintained that it acted promptly against ‘controversial Punjabi pop singer’ Sidhu Moose Wala and booked him after a video went viral showing Moosewala firing an AK47 with the help of police personnel.

Another FIR Against Singer Sidhu Moose Wala But Arms Act Sections Still Missing

As per reports, Punjab police have registered another FIR against Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala for violating curfew at Dhuri police station after his another video went viral on Tuesday.

Sidhu Moose Wala Turns Controversial for Punjab Govt.; Police Still Offering Favour

Punjab police personnel allowed Sidhu Mossewala to use sophisticated automatic weapons and extended him help in shooting target in a training range. This venture took place at Badbar shooting range on May 4 amidst lockdown and curfew in Punjab. The shooting was arranged by a Punjab police DSP.

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