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According to pages 210 - 211 in this book, KPS Gill and Badal held meetings to discuss fake encounters and how to rid Punjab of the Kharkoos. Another claim is he even appeared at the bhog of the murdered Singh's and shed crocodile tears, what a Kanjar and Akirtghan!.

The chance of Singh's being released under his regime is NIL.

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According to pages 210 - 211 in this book, KPS Gill and Badal held meetings to discuss fake encounters and how to rid Punjab of the Kharkoos. Another claim is he even appeared at the bhog of the murdered Singh's and shed crocodile tears, what a Kanjar and Akirtghan!.

The chance of Singh's being released under his regime is NIL.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x34r1r3

Also, KPS Singh was arrested a while ago for molesting a woman in a party.
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Also, KPS Singh was arrested a while ago for molesting a woman in a party.
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Sounds like that was quite a party.

No seriously though, the activities of Badal need to be brought to the attention of the international media and some brave journalist needs to instigate an undercover sting. So many relatives from Punjab have told me what is going on there. People with land disputes come to the Akali Dal for help. Badal's son then steals the land from them right under their noses. In this way the Badal have accumulated an obsecene amount of land and wealth and lets not even get started on their role in the drugs industry. It is seriously time the international community and International Law got involved. His past crimes against the Sikhs will come back to haunt him because the current generation of western born Sikhs will bring him to account based on his current crimes. The day we see him sitting in a cage in a courtroom, saddam hussein stylee, is not too far away.

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http://dailysikhupdates.com/khaira-says-book-reveals-cm-badal-was-informer-of-police-during-militancy/

Badal should explain his secret meetings with KPS Gill : Khaira
Mr. Badal should explain his secret meetings with KPS Gill during his tenure as DGP Punjab, as per the book released recently: – Khaira

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A book released recently authored by Mr. Rahul Chandan containing the biography of Mr. KPS Gill Ex-DGP Punjab, has made startling revelations regarding the secret meetings of Mr. Badal with KPS Gill the then DGP Punjab.

As per page 210 and 211 of the book the author is on record stating on behalf of Mr. KPS Gill that, “during the years Mr. Gill was DGP Punjab, one politician was regular to meet him, sit with him and have meals with him, this was because his residence was next to the residence of Mr. Gill’s father in Sector 9 Chandigarh. The politician was Mr. Parkash Singh Badal, the present CM of Punjab”.

Apart from these disclosures, Mr. KPS Gill is also on record helping Mr. Badal maintaining his security paraphernalia then.

Khaira reveals:

The above startling revelations have completely exposed the double faceted character of Mr. Badal, as on one hand Mr. Badal would accuse the Punjab Police and Mr. Gill of killing large number of Sikh youths in stage managed fake encounters and other atrocities on the Sikh community, while on the other hand he was secretly meeting Mr. KPS Gill for reasons best known to him. Mr. Badal would often shed crocodile tears while attending the “Bhog” ceremonies of slain militants like Gurjant Singh Budhsinghwala of the Khalistan Commando Force (KCF) fame and accuse the Punjab Police of annihilating the Sikh religion like the erstwhile Mughal emperors. Similarly, Mr. Badal is on record of whipping up Sikh sentiments against the state of India by organizing agitations and “Morcha’s” during the decades of 1980 and 1990, that led to large scale bloodshed in Punjab which consumed more than 25,000 innocent lives. But now the sensational revelations of Mr. Badal’s secret meetings with KPS Gill, have completely exposed his anti-Sikh face.
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“Therefore, keeping in view his dubious and nefarious double standards, I dare Mr. Badal to come and explain the reason of his secret meetings with Mr. KPS Gill. Were these secret meetings aimed at divulging the strategy and planning of Akali agitations to the government, as Mr. Badal was one of the important leaders spearheading these agitations and “Morcha’s”? Or were they aimed for self and family gains to be availed from the government of India through Mr. KPS Gill, for betraying his community?

In case Mr. Badal fails to explain his position appropriately, he should appear before the Akal Takhat Sahib and apologize to the Sikh masses for his cowardly role in betraying the Sikhs. In the same breath, I urge the Jathedar of the Akal Takhat Sahib to strip Mr. Badal of the title of “Panth Rattan” bestowed upon him, as decorating cowardly leaders like Mr. Badal would set a very bad precedent for the community’s coming generations” Khaira

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