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Ravneet Bittu Trying to Play Sukhbir Badal’s Part Regarding Adliwal Explosion?

It seems that after yesterday's Adliwal explosion the Congress MP Ravneet Bittu is trying to play the role which Sukhbir Singh Badal had played after Maur Mandi blast.

Explosion in Adliwal Near Rajasansi in Amritsar District Claims 3 Lives; 10 Injured

As per latest media reports emanating from Amritsar at least three persons were killed and ten other were injured in an explosion near Rajasansi in Amritsar district. Media reports say that according to the police the blast took place inside the Nirankari Bhavan on Sunday.

Punjab: Arrested Kashmiri Students’ Case Handed Over to the NIA

Citing the inter-state and international ramifications of the case, the Central and Punjab governments handed over the investigations into the case involving the arrest of 3 Kashmiri students to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Punjab Police Arrests Two for Imprinting Referendum 2020 Marks on Walls

The Punjab Police today announced arrest of two persons who were allegedly imprinting Referendum 2020 marks on walls in Amritsar. Like previous arrests in similar cases this time too the police has made huge claims of "thwarting a major campaign to disturb communal peace and harmony in the state".

Punjab Police Arrest German Singh; UP Police Gets 10 Days More Remand of Three

In an case related to alleged 'conspiracy to attack' SAD (B) patron Parkash Singh Badal the Patiala police has recorded arrest of German Singh.

Bail Denied to Activists who Hurled Shoe on Sukhbir Badal’s Convoy in Sangrur

A Sangrur court has denied bail to arrested Sikh activists who had hurled shoes on Sukhbir Singh Badal's convoy.

AAP MLA H S Phoolka to Quit Today to Protest Against Govt. Inaction in Beadbi Cases

Aam Aadmi Party MLA H S Phoolka has announced that he will submit his resignation to the Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker on Friday (Oct. 12) in protest against the failure of the Congress government to arrest former DGP Sumedh Singh Saini and former CM Parkash Singh Badal in sacrilege and Behbal Kalan police firing case.

Sumedh Saini Reusing Mala-Fide Plea to His Defence Against Action in Behbal Kalan Firing Case

Former Punjab DGP Sumedh Saini had approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court yesterday seeking High Court's intervention to the investigation Behbal Kalan firing case be handed over to CBI or any other agency not belonging to the Punjab state.

Punjab Police and J&K SOG Arrest 3 Kashmiri Students from Jalandhar

The Punjab Police and Special Operations Group (SoG) of Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday arrested three Kashmiri students in Jalandhar.

Kotkapura Police Takes Remand of 3 Dera Followers in Janam Sakhi Beadbi Case

Kotkapura city police have arrested Mahinderpal Bittu and two other Dera Sauda Sirsa followers in a case related to beadbi of religious literature.

Fake Encounters in Punjab: CBI Court Awards Imprisonment for Life to Two More Killer Cops

In another case of fake encounter killings in Punjab, the Special CBI court of Additional Session Judge Harjeet Singh convicted two former Punjab police personnel.

1992 Fake Encounter of 14 Years of Sikh Boy: Full Judgement of CBI Court Mohali Convicting 2 Punjab Cops

A Mohali based special CBI court of Additional Sesssions Judge Nirbhau Singh Gill yesterday (Sept. 26) sentenced two Punjab cops for killing a Sikh teenager in a fake encounter in 1992.

After 26 Years Two Punjab Cops Get Life Imprisonment for Killing Teenager in Fake Encounter

A Mohali based special CBI court of Additional Sesssions Judge Nirbhau Singh Gill yesterday (Sept. 26) sentenced two Punjab cops for killing a Sikh teenager in a fake encounter in 1992.

Even Sikh Soldier in Indian Army was killed in Fake Encounter by Punjab Police: Case File of Baldev Singh s/o Buta Singh

Baldev Singh alias Deba was the only son of Buta Singh s/o Udham Singh. He was a soldier in the Indian Army and was posted at Srinagar. He was killed in Punjab police in fake encounter.

British Police Raids Connected to Indian Police Lacking Evidence Against Jagtar Singh Jaggi, says Sikh Federation UK

Several days ago West Midlands police co-ordinated early morning raids on the homes of six Sikh activists in Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester and London.

Impunity to Police, Justice is the Causality: says Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa today castigated the Punjab government for giving ample opportunity to cops guilty of Behbal Kalan firing to get judicial relief.

Case File of Fake Encounter Victim Gulsham Kumar: Do These Cops Deserve ‘Sympathetic View’?:

Punjab police chief DGP Suresh Arora recently urged India’s Ministry of Home Affairs to take ‘sympathetic view’ in favor of Punjab cops who are facing trails on murder and other counts. These cases were registered by the CBI after holding thorough investigation on the directives of SCI.

Behbal Kalan Firing Accused Ex-SSP Charanjit Sharma Files Challenges Report of Justice Ranjit Singh Commission in High Court

Former SSP Charanjit Sharma and two others have filed a petition in Punjab and Haryana High Court challenging Justice Ranjit Singh Commission’s report.

On DGP Suresh Arora’s Statement: Humanitarian Grounds Can’t be Invoked To Seek Impunity for Inhuman Acts

Recently there were reports in media that the Punjab police chief DGP Suresh Arora approached the Central government urging it to adopt ‘sympathetic’ view towards Punjab police personnel who are facing trails for grave human rights abuses committed by them during the days of Sikh struggle in Punjab (1980s-90s).

Punjab Government Constitutes Five Member SIT for Beadbi and Firing Cases

Punjab Government constitutes a Special Investigation Team (SIT) comprising five officers under Director Bureau of Investigation Prabodh Kumar to investigate the criminal cases/FIRs related to sacrilege incidents and to ensure further legal action at the earliest.

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