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Sikh Prisoner Bhai Nand Singh Released; Clarity on Other Names Expected In Coming Days

The Government of India (GoI) had announced to release eight Sikh political prisoners who have been kept behind the bars despite having completed minimum mandatory terms of their sentences. One such prisoner, Bhai Nand Singh- who was undergoing 'improvement for life' and had completed minimum mandatory term of his sentence was released from Central Jail Patiala last night.

Sikh Relief UK and Akhand Kirtani Jatha honour Panj Pyare who acted against Giani Gurbachan Singh & others

Addressing the Sikh sangat during the samagam Bhai Satnam Singh Khanda said that the Sikh sangat had made them to act as "Panj Pyare" against the (so-called) jathedars who had been acting against the collective will of the Sikh panth.

Sikh political prisoner Bhai Shamsher Singh released on parole

Sikh political prisoner Bhai Shamsher Singh was released from Burrail Jail Chandigarh on parole today. He is undergoing imprisonment for life in Punjab CM Beant Singh assassination case.

Punjab CM Badal meets Sikh activists on Sikh political prisoners issue

Representatives of certain Sikh organizations reportedly met Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal on January 10 on the issue Sikh political prisoners detained in various jails in Punjab and other parts of Indian subcontinent event after serving minimum mandatory terms of their sentences.

UK: Sikh Relief team extends helping hand to Afghan Sikhs

Tilbury, UK (August 20, 2014): According to information the Sikh Relief team extended helping hand for Afghan Sikhs who recently arrived in UK in a shipping container. Sikh Relief team members traveled to Tilbury Port, taking food, clothing and immediate necessities such as, to the Sikhs found trapped inside a shipping container.

Sikh Relief Team Provides Medical Assistance to Saharanpur Incident Victims

Uttar Pradesh, India (August 02, 2014): Saharanpur is under tight military security with a curfew in place since Saturday’s violence. Despite the tough restrictions, the Sikh Relief team managed to gain access and have been engaged with the local communities who fell victim to the violence which resulted in the attack on the Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Sahranpur the killing, looting, and arson against local residents.