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Capt. Amarinder seeks revision of socalled Blacklist of Sikhs; Renews allegations against SFJ

Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Capt Amarinder Singh has suggested that the ‘blacklist’ of the Sikh living in various countries should be revised. He said that all those who went abroad for “political asylum” were not (alleged) "anti-national" and further maintained that "most of them were actually the job seekers".

Video: Canadian Court summons served to Capt. Amarinder Singh in USA

While Capt Amarinder was addressing an NRI gathering in Bay area California, "Sikhs For Justice" (SFJ) served him with notice of intended "defamation law suit" under Canadian laws for accusing the human rights group of playing into the hands of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI.

ISI-link Remark: Captain Amarinder Served With Canadian “Defamation Lawsuit” Notice By SFJ

As per a press release by the Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), Capt. Amarinder Singh was served with summons of a Canadian court in a defamation law suit.

Shoes hurled at Capt. Amarinder Singh in Fresno, California; Khalistan slogans raised

As per media reports shoes and bottles were hurled at former Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh during a gathering in Fresno, California yesterday.

Capt. Amarinder to be in Canada via Skype now: says Congress

Punjab Congress chief Capt. Amarinder, who had cancelled his Canada visit fearing legal trouble, will now address Canadian supporters of the Congress party via Skype.

Sikh group to bring “Defamation” case against Capt Amarinder in US for terming SFJ as ISI agent

Challenging Capt Amarinder’s accusation against “Sikhs for Justice” (SFJ) playing into the hands of the Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Sikh human rights group announced to file a “Defamation” case against former Chief Minister in the Federal Court of California where he is expected to address gatherings.

Fearing trouble, Capt. Amarinder cancels Canada visit

After three days of drama, Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh has reportedly cancelled his seven-day trip to Canada. The decision reportedly came in wake of the prospect of possibly facing a case related to torture in a court in Toronto.

Amarinder’s visit to Canada under cloud as SFJ moves for his criminal prosecution in Canada

Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh's visit to Canada is under cloud. Captain who was scheduled to leave USA for Canada on April 23, did not board the plane. As per a prominent Punajbi vernacular, top office bearers of Indian Overseas Congress in Canada are also unclear about Amarinder's plans to visit the country. It further adds that all the meetings in which Capt. Amarinder was to take part on April 23 were cancelled.

Sikh activists block Capt. Amarinder’s bid to hold public rallies in Canada

Punjab Congress president Captain Amarinder Singh has reportedly cancelled his political rallies in Toronto and Vancouver. The move came in wake of an advisory issued by the Canadian foreign ministry.

Sikhs For Justice plans to file case against Capt. Amarinder Singh during Canada visit

A US based human rights groups is reportedly preparing to initiate legal proceedings against Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh during his visit to Canada.

Sikhs hold massive protest against Narendra Modi during Washington Visit

While Narendra Modi attended Nuclear Summit, Hundreds of Sikhs from North America converged at Washington DC and protested India’s Constitutional Denial of the Sikh Religion and continued genocidal violence, reads a release by Sikhs For Justice.

Global Sikh Community Pays Gratitude To Portugal For Releasing Sikh Nationalist Pamma: Sikhs For Justice

Applauding decision of the Portuguese Minister of Justice to deny India's extradition request and releasing Sikh nationalist Paramjeet Singh, global Sikh community observed "Thank You Portugal Day" on March 07 and submitted "Letter of Appreciation" to Portugal authorities.

Portugal Launches Investigation of Torture Charges Against Punjab Police Officials

The Prosecutor General of Portugal has launched the investigation of the torture charges against DIG Balkar Singh Sidhu, SP Ashish Kapoor and DSP Rajinder Singh Sohal who recently visited Portugal to submit extradition documents against Paramjeet Singh Pamma.

Sikh diaspora bodies welcome Portugal decision to deny extradition of Paramjit Singh Pamma

London: A press release issued today Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) says: [P]ortugal’s Justice Minister Francisca van Dunem has rejected the request by Indian authorities to release the ...

Paramjit Singh Pamma’s Extradition Case Expected To Start Before Portugal Court by Feb 15

The Judicial phase of extradition proceedings against Khalistan activist Paramjeet Singh Pamma which is expected to start after the Minister of Justice’s decision on the admissibility of the request will witness a ‘Triangle Legal Contest” between India, Portugal and England.

Copy of Complaint moved against Punjab police officers in Portugal

A criminal complaint has been lodged with Portuguese Attorney General against the Indian police officers on the charges of torture and murder who are in Lisbon to seek extradition of Sikh activist Paramjeet Singh Pamma.

“Torture & Murder” Charges Filed Against Punjab Police Officers In Portugal

A criminal complaint has been lodged with Portuguese Attorney General against the Indian police officers on the charges of torture and murder who are in Lisbon to seek extradition of Khalistan activist Paramjeet Singh Pamma, reads a written press release by the Sikhs For Justice.

India seeks Extradition of Paramjit Singh Pamma – Portuguese Court Orders Evidence by Jan. 04

In the extradition proceedings of Paramjit Singh Pamma, a judge in Evora, Portugal, asked the Government Of India to produce the evidence of terror related charges against the UK based Sikh separatist by January 04, 2016.

Blocking SFJ Facebook Page in India: US Court turn down discrimination plea against Facebook

Facebook is immune from claims that it discriminated against the "Sikhs for Justice", a US-based human rights group, by blocking access to its Facebook page in India, a US court has ruled.

Government of India may may block Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) website

As per a written press release issued by US based Human Rights and Advocacy group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), the Government of India has issued a notice to US based human rights group to appear before Cyber Law and E Security Division for examination of requests to block NGO's URL http://sikhsforjustice.org for public access.

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