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Jagtar Singh Johal’s Case: Over 70 UK MPs Shot Letter to British PM Theresa May

Over 70 British MPs have written a letter British PM Theresa May demanding urgent statement in Parliament from British Foreign Secretary in Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi’s case.

UK Authorities Deny Opportunity to Jagtar Singh Jaggi’s Family to Meet Legal Counsel

British authorities have virtually denied opportunity to Jagtar Singh Jaggi's family to meet their lawyer in UK to discuss the course of Jaggi's defence.

Senior Punjab Police Officers Allegedly Involved in Torturing British Citizen Jagtar Singh Johal

It is learnt that names of senior Punjab police officers, including a DIG and two SSPs are also involved in relation to alleged torture on arrested Scottish Sikh citizen Jagtar Singh Johal alias Jaggi.

Hand Written Letter of Jagtar Singh Jaggi Narrating Custodial Torture by Punjab Police

Two hand-written pages of a letter purportedly written by Jagtar Singh Jaggi, a Scottish Sikh detailed by the police and NIA in Indian subcontinent, is released by UK based campaigners.

Indian Police Threatened to Burn Me Alive During Torture: says Arrested Scottish Sikh Jagtar Singh Jaggi

A Scottish Sikh from Dumbarton who went to India to get married has been held in an Indian jail for nearly 220 days without charge and it has now been revealed that Indian police officers not only tortured him, but brought in petrol into the interrogation room and threatened to burn him alive.

Jagtar Singh Johal Case: Charges Compromised by Torture Allegations, says REDRESS

The charges presented against British citizen Jagtar Singh Johal before an Indian court on May 3 are compromised by the strong allegations that he has suffered severe torture while in the custody of the Indian police, says human rights group REDRESS.

Modi’s visit: UK Should Demand Torture Investigation for Jagtar Singh Jaggi, REDRESS

The UK government should seize the opportunity of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United Kindgom to demand an immediate investigation into allegations that Indian police officers tortured British national Jagtar Singh Johal, REDRESS said in a written statement.

Human Rights Groups Call on UN Expert to Intervene in Torture of Jagtar Singh Jaggi by Indian Police

Human rights organisations REDRESS and Ensaaf have filed an urgent appeal to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture in the case of Jagtar Singh Johal, “Jaggi”, a British man who has been detained in Indian subcontinent by Punjab police since 4 November 2017.

UK Government notes the genuine concern of 118,000 petitions regarding human rights abuses in India

London, United Kingdom (February 28, 2013): According to a press release issued by the organizers of the Kesri Lehar, the UK Parliament has noted the genuine concern and fear of the 118,000 UK petitioners, urging the government to use it's friendly relations with India to abolish the death penalty.