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Honestly, god help him. But he needs as much support as he can get. About time people see the sh1t indian gov does

I have a little more hope now that Bhagwant Maan has become CM, he has spoken in support of Jaggi in the past and his right to a fair trial, time will tell if he's a man of his word though.

Last few days there's been alot of awareness for Jaggi in social media and even USA republicans senators have shown support. Its been 1000 days now. What do you think will happen to him? Had he n

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There was a law that was passed (I think a couple of years ago) by the then-Home Secretary, Sajid Javid. If I recall, it came about as a result of a succession of stabbing and shooting terrorist attacks in the heart of London. The legislation was clearly designed to placate the masses.

The law itself was centred around the idea of deporting the immediate family members / or "colluding" spouses of the perpetrators. Predictably, it was greeted with enthusiasm by the masses, but I remember at the time being quite concerned about the wording of the legislation, and I thought to myself, "I bet India could lean on the UK to deport Sikhs whom it considered to be threats to their national security."

Seems I wasn't far off. They say that the implications of laws introduced in response to an emotional situation don't fully reveal themselves for years or decades later. It seems India is determined to eliminate any overseas political dissent. That's very dangerous.

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 I agree. Any communtiy needs a 2.1 TFR to increase their population, and a 2 TFR to have a stable population. Muslims dont have a 5.2 TFR. In the west they have a  >2 TFR. Even in afghanistan their TFR is not close to 5.2. Its 4.6 there, and its common as many kids die due to lack of medical attention and war. 

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