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  1. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-59901035 A man who beat his father to death with a cricket bat and a metal dog bowl has been jailed for a minimum of 20 years. Santokh Singh, 59, known as Charlie, was attacked by his son Phillip Badwal, 25, at their home in Airedale Road, Bradford, on 30 November 2020. Bradford Crown Court heard Badwal, who was on bail at the time of the attack, inflicted "unspeakable violence" after an argument with his father. He initially denied murder but changed his plea on day two of his trial. Read more Yorkshire stories Mr Singh, who had worked as a publican and an engineer, suffered extensive skull fractures, fractures to his face and nose and a broken leg during the 20-minute attack at the family home. Judge Jonathan Rose described the murder as "a savage, brutal and prolonged attack on a defenceless and vulnerable man". The court heard Badwal had previously subjected his father to threats and violence and had forced him to go out and buy drugs for him as well as pay off drug debts. The day before the attack Mr Singh had gone with relatives to see a new flat, having said how unhappy he had been in the family home. After the attack Badwal called drug dealer numbers instead of emergency services. He also tried to cover his tracks by throwing the cricket bat over a neighbour's fence, disposing of his phone and telling police his father had come home that morning badly injured. Barrister Peter Moulson QC said Badwal's addiction to drugs was the root cause of the offending and his client could not recall what had happened in the house. At the time of the attack, he was on bail for his involvement in multiple street robberies and was jailed for five years at Leicester Crown Court in May. Speaking after the hearing Det Supt Tony Nicholson, said: "Badwal unleashed a serious and sustained assault on his father in the house that they shared, leaving him with injuries which were to sadly prove fatal. "Rather than seek urgent medical attention for his seriously injured father, Badwal contacted drug dealers before finally ringing the emergency services, who, despite their best efforts, were unable to revive Mr Singh." ---- Mod Note: Due to your majority of your anti-sikh posting of news articles (mostly all negative), we will be looking forward a bit balance from your account. To avoid having trolls on this forum, we want to see some positive sikh related news from your accoun. Meanwhile, we will delete next anti-sikh postings coming from your id.
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2021/nov/20/domestic-and-sexual-abuse-of-silenced-sikh-women-revealed First ever report shows 70% of respondents have suffered at the hands of a partner or members of their extended family.
  3. https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab/3-punjabi-men-arrested-in-canada-for-sex-trafficking-302344 Three Punjabi men have been arrested from Brampton city in Canada for using an underage girl in sex trade. While Amritpal Singh, 23, Harkuwar Singh, 22, and Sukhmanpreet Singh, 23, have been arrested, the hunt is on for a fourth accused. The case came to light on August 21 when police got a call that a girl under 18 was being held against her will, assaulted and was being trafficked in sex trade. The victim was rescued and taken to a hospital with serious injuries. The police then raided a house in Brampton and arrested the three men. While Amritpal Singh and Harkuwar Singh have been charged with sex trafficking, advertising sexual services, and benefiting from sexual services, Sukhmanpreet Singh has been charged with forcible confinement and aggravated assault. Police say they are looking for the fourth suspect who is also a South Asian.
  4. No, 12% are, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demography_of_London#Religion
  5. https://www.desiblitz.com/content/2-3m-drug-ring-linked-to-india-busted-in-canada Canadian police have dismantled a $2.3 million drug ring with links to India. Investigators with the York Regional Police Organised Crime Enforcement Bureau collaborated with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Peel Regional Police, and the US Drug Enforcement Administration. Together they busted a large-scale international drug trafficking network. The drug ring extended to Western Canada, the United States and India. An investigation dubbed Project Cheetah was launched in May 2020. Parshotem Malhi, aged 54, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking methamphetamine, heroin (six counts) and possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, methamphetamine, possession of property obtained by crime (six counts) and possession of identity documents. Rupinder Dhillon, aged 37, of Brampton, is charged with possession of methamphetamine and heroin for trafficking. Sanveer Singh, aged 25, of Brampton, is charged with failure to comply with an order and possession of a controlled substance. Haripal Nagra, aged 45, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession of opium for the purpose of trafficking. Hassam Syed, aged 30, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession of heroin and methamphetamine. Pritpal Singh, aged 56, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, cocaine and opium, possession of property obtained by crime (three counts) and possession of counterfeit money. Harkiran Singh, aged 33, of Brampton, is charged with possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime. Lakhpreet Brar, aged 29, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking heroin, ketamine (three counts), opium (three counts), conspiracy to traffic ketamine, opium and heroin and possession of property obtained by crime (four counts). Didy Adansi, aged 52, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking ketamine (two counts), conspiracy to traffick ketamine, possession of methamphetamine and possession of the proceeds of crime. Sarbjit Singh, aged 43, of Woodstock, is charged with trafficking ketamine (three counts) conspiracy to traffic ketamine and possession of property obtained by crime. Balwinder Dhaliwal, aged 60, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking cocaine (two counts) and possession of property obtained by crime (two counts) and conspiracy to traffic cocaine. Rupinder Dhaliwal, aged 39, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking heroin (two counts), opium and ketamine, possession of property obtained by crime, possession for the purpose of trafficking of heroin, possession of methamphetamine and ketamine, failure to comply with recognizance and conspiracy to traffic ketamine. Ranjit Singh, aged 40, of Toronto, is charged with failure to comply with a release order and probation, possession of heroin and possession of ketamine for the purpose of trafficking. Sukhmanpreet Singh, aged 23, of Brampton, is charged with heroin possession. Rupinder Sharma, aged 25, of Vaughan, is charged with heroin and methamphetamine possession. Prabhsimaran Kaur, aged 25, of Vaughan, is charged with possession of heroin. Khushal Bhinder, aged 36, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking cocaine, conspiracy to traffic cocaine, possession for the purpose of trafficking of cocaine and opium and possession of property obtained by crime. Prabhjeet Mundian, aged 34, of Brampton, is charged with possession of cocaine and opium for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime. Vansh Arora, aged 24, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking cocaine, conspiracy to traffic cocaine, possession of cocaine and opium for the purpose of trafficking and careless storage of ammunition. Simranjeet Narang, aged 28, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking opium and cocaine (two counts), conspiracy to traffic opium and cocaine and possession of property obtained by crime (three counts). Harjinder Jhaj, aged 38, of Caledon, is charged with trafficking ketamine and conspiracy to traffic ketamine and possession of property obtained by crime (two counts). Gaganpreet Gill, aged 28, of Brampton, is charged with cocaine trafficking. Sukjit Dhaliwal, aged 47, of Brampton, is charged with possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking and possession of methamphetamine and oxycodone. Imran Khan, aged 33, of Toronto, is charged with trafficking ketamine and possession of property obtained by crime. Chinedu Ajoku, aged 51, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking. Harjot Singh, aged 31, of Brampton, is charged with heroin trafficking (two counts) and methamphetamine trafficking. Sukhjit Dhugga, aged 35, of Brampton, is charged with trafficking ketamine, conspiracy to traffic ketamine, possession of ketamine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime. Gurbinder Sooch, aged 41, of no fixed address, is charged with trafficking ketamine (five counts), possession of property obtained by crime (four counts), conspiracy to traffic ketamine, trafficking opium, trafficking heroin (two counts), conspiracy to import heroin and fail to comply with a release order.
  6. Doctor, 30, tells court ‘I’m not a monster' as he denies repeatedly groping woman's breasts at busy hospital A&E Dr Kabir Sandhu allegedly assaulted woman in the A&E department of St Mary’s Today he told the jury the allegations are 'rubbish' and he 'is not a monster' Dr Sandhu denies six counts of sexual assault on a female as the trial continues https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9505549/Doctor-30-tells-court-Im-not-monster-denies-repeatedly-groping-womans-breasts.html
  7. ABHORRENT' Glasgow restaurants slam video of Rangers fans singing bigoted Billy Boys song after trolls link them to clip https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/6826910/rangers-billy-boys-glasgow-indian-restaurants-video/
  8. Probably White people who are married to Sikhs
  9. In the 2011 UK census around 20,000 White Brits put their religion down as Sikh.
  10. "Crimes of passion" are very common there though. Latin Americans countries in fact have the highest levels of physical and sexual violence against women.
  11. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9262245/Riyad-Mahrezs-estranged-wife-says-fined-hot.html
  12. A n investigation is under way after a major brawl involving bottles, knives and even swords erupted in west London. Officers were called to the fight on King Street, Southall, involving around 40 men just after midnight on Sunday, Ealing Police said. Two men, in their 20s, who carried swords during the violent confrontation were chased into St Johns Road, the force reported. They were arrested for violent disorder and affray and remained in police custody on Monday morning. There were no reported injuries from the disorder. Detectives said they are continuing to identify those involved. Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting reference 136/17jan. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/fight-southall-police-knives-sword-b900098.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1610960697
  13. Sexual repression I'd guess, men get frustrated and take it out on women in the street or young girls and boys. The caste system probably adds another element to it since many feel they can sexually abuse the lower castes and get away with it Then again, some of the most sexually liberal countries which are in Latin America also have some of the highest levels of sexual violence against women in the world so not sure if that's the reason.
  14. Asians were not 'thrown out' of Kenya. There are still many living there today.
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