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    Posted December 20, 2013 by

    Serious Human Rights Violation in India

    Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa has been on a hunger strike since November 14 2013. He is peacefully protesting that the political Sikh prisoners who have already completed their jail term should be released. Some of the Sikh political prisoners served about 6-7 years above their imprisonment. They are being illegally detained and have been treated inhumanely. Some have been tortured to the extent of madness. The Indian media is not covering this story. The Sikh community all around the world is doing all that's in power to bring this issue to the attention of the world on a global scale. Sikhs are a minority in India and the Indian government is suppressing the rights of Sikhs as Indian citizens. Please look into this matter and please help to bring justice to the suppressed Sikh community in India. This is a human rights violation by the world's so called largest "democracy" known as India. This reality needs to be exposed.
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