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No whereabouts of Jasvir Singh Jassa pickedup by Barnala police

According to information released by Sikh Organization of Prisoners Welfare one Jasvir Singh ‘Jassa’ of village Manaki in Barnala was taken from his home by Punjab police in the early hours of 13th August, under very suspicious circumstances and there has been no whereabouts of him since then.

Sikh Organization for Prisoner Welfare (SOPW) announces legal team in Punjab

Chandigarh/ London (February 01, 2014): According to information shared by Sikh Organization for Prisoner Welfare (SOPW), the UK based prisoners' welfare organization held press conference at the Press Club in Chandigarh last week. SOPW representative Bhai R. P. Singh announced legal team of the organization comprising of Advocate Amar Singh Chahal and Advocate Rajvinder Singh Bains.

Sikhs termed as terrorists by police acquitted by trial court

Sikhs termed as ‘terrorists’ by the police, acquitted by trial court

SBS Nagar, Punjab (January 30, 2014): As per information [o]n 28 January 2014, in the Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar Court of Session Judge, Neelam Arora, five Sikh persons, namely Giani Parshotam Singh, Harminder Singh, Gurpreet Singh Khalsa, Prabhdyal Singh and Dharminder Singh were acquitted from charges under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.

UK Sikhs support 1984 Yes It's Genocide Petition

UK Sikh Diaspora support 1984 Yes It’s Genocide petition by Sikhs for Justice

London, United Kingdom (October 03, 2013): It is learnt that the representatives of over 20 Sikh Organizations and several dozen Gurdwaras attended a press conference at the Five Rivers Restaurant in Walsall, United Kingdom on September 15th 2013.

SOPW rebuts allegations of fund-raising for financing alleged revival of militancy

London, UK (October 07, 2012): In a statement released on October 07, 2012 the Sikh Organization for Prisoner Welfare (SOPW) has rebutted the allegations that appeared in some news items in various newspapers in India that SOPW was indulged in fund-raising for reviving militancy in Indian state of Punjab.

“This is not France, we can make you disappear and no one will ask any questions”

... This officer, who is in front of you, had said that: “we have brought your car so that we can break your hands and your feet and then put you back in the vehicle to make it look like you hit a tree and no one will know or care about you”. The officer then said, “This is not France, we can make you disappear and no one will ask any questions”.