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About jasleen2302

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  1. Awesome!! Great Job Sikh Organization for Prisoners Welfare. The whole humanity is indebted to you for your efforts ensuring that Innocent Sikh Prisoners get a fair chance in their fight for justice. Cheers!! :respect: :biggrin2:
  2. An appeal to all my friends taking the videos and pictures of Punjab Police committing atrocities & firing gunshots against unarmed Sikh protestors. WE NEED TO TELL THE WORLD WHO THE REAL TERRORISTS ARE! Please upload your videos on any or all of the following links: (there might be other great channels as well, but these were the few resources I could find) BBC http://bbcnewsupload.streamuk.com/ CBC http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourvoice/yourvideo/upload.html CNN http://ireport.cnn.com/ If you have trouble uploading them, please email them to whoever you think can upload or to us at
  3. I found this brilliant idea on one of the posts.... So whoever is taking the videos and pictures of Punjab Police committing atrocities & firing gunshots against unarmed Sikh protestors. Please upload your videos on the BBC Link: http://bbcnewsupload.streamuk.com/ And tag them as Human Rights Violations, Punjab etc...
  4. Jaspal Singh, an 18 year old Sikh Boy, was an Engineering Student and was killed by Punjab Police, while he was peacefully protesting against hanging of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana. In a related video on what is going on in Punjab, one can clearly see bunch of Punjab Policemen brutally beating and firing gun shots at unarmed Sikh youth who are running away to save their lives. And what is more appalling is that these Police Officers are themselves turbaned, and so at the least they look Sikh. So that leads me to the question - Why was an 18 year old Sikh Engineering Student shot dead by State
  5. Source: Times of India timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Why-Balwant-Singh-Rajoana-never-appealed-against-his-death-sentence/articleshow/12458451.cms Balwant Singh Rajoana was to be executed on March 31. This would have been the first execution in India since 2004. His execution has been stayed - for the time being - in response to the rising whirlpool of politics that's engulfed Punjab on this issue. That India should sully its record again after 8 years with state sanctioned murder is a matter of distress, but this consideration seems largely removed from the politics of Rajoana's execution
  6. It is disgusting for me to see news articles, where there are reports of Sikh Bodies, including the official parliament of Sikhs - SGPC, requesting Indian President to interfere in the capital sentence of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, and grant clemency to him. But I have a very strong objection to the use of word – “Clemency”. Clemency means the forgiveness of a crime or the cancellation (in whole or in part) of the penalty associated with it. Hence, by asking for Clemency, these bodies are agreeing to the inferred statement that what Balwant Singh did was indeed a crime, which is absolute
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