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Pritam Singh Kumedan on Punjab River Water Issue During Discussion by HR Groups [Video]

Three major human rights groups of Punjab namely Punjab Human Rights Organisation (PHRO), Lawyers For Human Rights (LFHRI) and Sikhs For Human Rights (SFHR) organised a discussion on Punjab’s water crisis on the 68th International Human Rights Day on Saturday (Dec. 10) at People’s Convention Hall, Sector 36-B, Chandigarh.

Haryana is Already Getting 16.2 (LAF) out of SYL’s 35 (LAF) Water: Pritam Singh Kumedan

Pritam Singh Kumedan said that it was wrongful to say that the SYL canal is being built to send out 35 Lakh Acer Foot (LAF) water to Haryana as Haryana is already getting 16.2 Lakh Acer Foot (LAF) water out of this 35 LAF.

Advo. Harpal Singh Cheema resigns as Chairman of Sikhs for Human Rights (SFHR)

Sikh activist Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema has stepped down from the chairmanship of Sikhs for Human Rights (SFHR).

SFHR calls meet over Modi govt’s attempt to crush ‘right to hold independent belief’

Taking strong view of the police crackdown of JNU students, Modi government silencing voices of those who do not subscribe to Hindutva brand of patriotism and misuse of sedition charges from Punjab to Delhi, the Punjab based NGO 'Sikhs for Human Rights' (SFHR) have called an meeting of human rights and socio-political bodies on Feb 22 at Kisan Bhavan, Chandigarh.

EXCLUSIVE: POLICE firing at Behbal Kalan village and probe by J. Markandey Katju [Video]

Sikh Siyasat News' presents an exclusive report about probe of Behbal Kalan firing incident by People's Commission led by Former Supreme Court of India judge - J. Markandey Katju. Punjab Police had opened fire at village Behbal Kalan on October 14, 2015 killing two Sikhs.

People’s Commission headed by Markandey Katju to probe Behbal Kalan police firing

A Punjab-based NGO has decided to set up a committee in Punjab to "dig out" the truth behind the police firing at Behbal Kalan near Kotkapura in Faridkot district that resulted in killing of two Sikhs and many of them being injured.

Giani Kewal Singh addressing the gathering during a seminar against Drugs abuse and trade in Punjab (Amritsar - August 05, 2013)

Various groups join hands against politically patronized drugs abuse & trade in Punjab

Amritsar, Punjab (August 08, 2013): The campaign-cum-struggle against drugs abuse and trade in Punjab seems picking up the pace as several individuals and groups emphasized the need of coordinated and united efforts against the drugs manse that is spoiling the social fabric as well as lives of tens of thousand people in Punjab.

Man dies in Punjab Police custody; Suspected to have been tortured to Death

Amritsar: Within a week after his arrest by the State Special Operation Cell (SSOC), the alleged member of Khalistan Commando Force Sohan Singh alias Sohanjeet Singh died under mysterious circumstances in police custody on Monday.

Denial of justice to victims of Hondh Massacre is part of India’s policy to deny the fact of Sikh Genocide 1984

Ludhiana (February 21, 2011): The facts of “Hondh Massacre” of Sikhs during November 1984 reveals whole process of denial under taken by Indian authorities, just to deny the fact of “Sikh Genocide 1984”.

No Whereabouts of Darshan Singh even after 12 Days; Family prevented by police from meeting CJ at Patiala

Patiala (February 24, 2010): Karamjeet Kaur of village Manki, Sangrur has once again claimed that her brother in Law is in illegal detention of Punjab Police since 13 February.

India didn’t learn to respect respect Human Rights in 61 Years – SFHR

Chandigarh (December 10, 2009): Sikhs for Human Rights, in a press conference held here on the eve of World Human Rights Day, has expressed serious concern over deteriorating condition of Human rights in India.

Violations of Law; Supreme Court Directions and Human Rights by Punjab Police – Part II

This is video recording of meeting by activists of Sikhs for Human Rights and Sikh Students Federation with families of Sikh Youth recently arrested by Punjab Police from Kot Dharmu and Jhanduke Village of Mansa. These arrested Sikhs have been portrayed as ‘Terrorists’ by Punjab Police and Indian Media.

Edict against Dera Sauda Sirsa – Sikh bodies urge Akal Takhat to ensure implementation

Various Sikh religious, political and social organizations have requested Jathedar Akal Takht Gurbachan Singh to ensure that The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) and the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) implement edict against Sirsa based Dera Sauda Sirsa.