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Ranibagh Incident

Baba Ranjit Singh Dhadrian visits Jammu to express solidarity with Bhai Jashjeet Singh’s family

Sikhs across the world feel it is concerning, to say the least, that a young Sikh from Jammu has been killed by the Police in an incident that has happened in the year 2015, and not 1984.

Thousands attend Antim Sanskar of Shaheed Jashjeet Singh; Family demands CBI inquiry

More than ten thousands people attended the Antim Sanskar of Shaheed Jashjeet Singh who was killed by Jammu police on June 04. Jashjeet Singh s/o Nirvair Singh was resident of Chohalla village, Ranbir Singh Pura, Jammu.

Sikh youth’s killing in Jammu erupts protests in Kashmir valley

Sikh groups staged protests across the Valley on June 05 against the killing of a youth in the Jammu region on Thursday (June 04).

Sikh Youth’s killing: Tension still prevails in Jammu, protests continue

A day after a Sikh youth Bhai Jagjeet Singh was killed in police firing in the Gadi Garh area of Jammu, situation remained tense in Jammu on June 5 also. Shops and business establishments remained closed in Jammu and public transport remained off road. Normal life came to a total halt in Jammu.

Dead body of Bhai Jagjit Singh brought to RS Pura in form of Shaheedi March; Antim Sanskar on June 6

The Jammu administration today handed over the dead boy of Bhai Jagjeet Singh to his family. He was shot by Jammu police in the head on June 04 and died on the spot.

UK Sikhs condemn cold blooded murder of unarmed Sikh teenager by Jammu police

The Sikh Federation (UK) has condemned the shooting by police of on an unarmed Sikh teenager, Bhai Jagjeet Singh in Jammu. He was shot in the head and died on the spot.

Sikhs block roads leading to Jammu, demands action against culprits of police firing

The Sikh anger against yesterday's police firing against the Sikh youths in Jammu spread to other parts of Jammu and Kashmir.

Information Blackout: Govt. orders ban on internet services in Jammu district; Situation tense after Sikh youth’s killed in police firing

Whereas the attention of global Sikh community is focussed on Jammu region where the police yesterday shot dead a Sikh youth in firing, while at least three others sustained serious bullet injuries; the state government has decided to impose “information blackout” in the region.

Jammu Sikhs to hold press conference today; Curfew continues in Ranibagh area

Curfew continues in Ranibagh area of Jammu after yesterday's police firing in which one Sikh youth, Bhai Jagjeeet Singh, was killed while three other Sikh youth had sustained bullet injuries. Though there is no fresh report of police violence the situation is still tense.

Pro-freedom Kashmiri leader terms Jammu police action against Sikhs as worst kind of state terrorism

While strongly condemning the killing of an innocent person of the Sikh community in Jammu who were protesting the removal of the posters of their beloved leader by the police, Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference termed this police action as worst kind of state terrorism.

Sikh youth killed by Jammu police identified as Bhai Jagjeet Singh of R S Pura

A Sikh youth who was killed in Jammu police firing in Ranibagh area has been identified as Jagjeet Singh S/O Nirwair Singh, resident of Ranbir Singh Pura (commonly called R S Pura).

Jammu police have shown their barbaric face: Dal Khalsa on police firing on Sikhs in Jammu

Pro-freedom Sikh organizations Dal Khalsa has strongly condemned the killings of a Sikh Jagjeet Singh .who was protesting against the detention of some youths by city police. Party leaders Satnam Singh and Kanwar Pal Singh said the BJP has a complete hold on Jammu administration and it was this party who nurtures hatred against Sikhs and Muslims.

Jammu: R S Pura Sikh youth died in police firing; bullet hit him in the head, Curfew imposed

A Sikh youth named Bhai Jagjeet Singh reportedly died in police firing in Jammu. Bhai Jagjeet Singh s/o Nirwair Singh was resident of R S Pura area of Jammu. He was in his late teenage.

Police restores to firing in Jammu; One Sikh feared dead

Jammu police's move to remove posters related to “Ghallughara June 1984” has led to widespread tension and protests in Jammu. The Jammu police reportedly restored to firing gun fires and tear gas shells on June 04. As per reports that could not cross verified from other sources one Sikh is feared dead.