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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.

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

If they pulled another 84, its be the 'Sikhs' who kills Sikhs off first Despite all is happening to our panth, Sikhs will still sign for the I*dian Army and die for their borders

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18 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

And what can we do...

Protest?! Go outside the UN ask for justice?! Write to our MPs?!

Look at what they're doing to Punjab....they want to extinct Sikhi and Punjab.

I wonder if it's Gurmat to subvert from within and destroy a nation without resorting to force especially when outnumbered, lol? It's what Jews have always done throughout their existence, but their scriptures are a blueprint for such covert actions. Ours are a path to transcend this existence with honour. 

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On 1/29/2021 at 10:00 AM, GurjantGnostic said:

Man. I was just thinking about Jaggi bro. Doing Simran. I wonder if he'd feel it if we all did that together?

Any thoughts from the Sangat here on what Gurbani, Sakhi or Ithias would say about what can be done for each other?

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It's unfortunate for Jaggi's case that at this time Sikhs are focused on the farmers' rights issue

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/feb/28/british-sikh-tortured-in-india-after-arrest-must-be-freed-say-mps

Nearly 140 MPs and peers have written to Dominic Raab urging him to do more to secure the release of a young Sikh man facing the death penalty in India after a confession allegedly extracted under torture.

The letter calls on the foreign secretary to accept that Jagtar Singh Johal is being detained arbitrarily, and says at least three of the charges levelled against him carried the death penalty.

In the letter the parliamentarians wrote: “When a British national is arbitrarily detained, tortured, and faces a potential death sentence, all on the basis of trumped-up political charges, the British government must make clear this is unacceptable. This is a moment for the UK to take a stand and bring this young British man home.”

Signatories include the former Brexit secretary David Davis; the former international development secretary Hilary Benn; the father of the house, Sir Peter Bottomley; the SNP leader at Westminster, Ian Blackford; Sheffield’s mayor, Dan Jarvis; the former Foreign Office minister Lord Hain; the former Liberal Democrat leader Menzies Campbell; and Andrew Rosindell, a Conservative member of the foreign affairs select committee.

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On 1/29/2021 at 10:00 AM, GurjantGnostic said:

Man. I was just thinking about Jaggi bro. Doing Simran. I wonder if he'd feel it if we all did that together?

Any thoughts from the Sangat here on what Gurbani, Sakhi or Ithias would say about what can be done for each other?

The farmers rights protest whilst ongoing will make it difficult for Jaggi’s case to get publicity.

mass rallies in support would help 

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1 minute ago, Premi5 said:

The farmers rights protest whilst ongoing will make it difficult for Jaggi’s case to get publicity.

mass rallies in support would help 

Two issues both deserving of focus, one taking from the other already without the misdirectors. 

Perhaps they can be one issue... hindustani terrorist government. Solve that solve both. 

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