Evidence of Sikh prisoners (listed) languished since 1984 in Indian jails;

Sikhs all over the world are connecting and supporting mission of bhai Gurbax Singh to get Sikh prisoners languished in Indian jails since 1984. Just see support from UK, Australia and Germany to-day.


Sikhs in Melbourne, Australia gathered outside the Indian consulate to raise their voice to release Sikh prisoners.


Sikhs in Germany to protested in front of indian consulate and raised their voice in support of mission of Bhai Gurbax Singh and demanded immediate release of all Sikh prisoners languished in Indian jails who have completed their awarded punishment or without trials for many years.


BRAVO BRITISH SIKHS leading again. They sat on five day Fast in support of Bhai Gurbax Singh.

he key has been thrown On behalf of SOPW, 5 Gursikh veer have begun a 5 day hunger strike outside the Indian High Commission in London UK. This is a continuation of the peaceful protest started by Bhai Gurbaksh Singh on 14th November, to demand the release of all Sikh prisoners who have served their sentences but continue to be locked up, as if taway.

Please show your support for:

Bhai Ropinder Singh Khalsa 
Bhai Davinder Singh Khalsa 
Bhai Harvinder Singh Khalsa 
Bhai Gagan Singh Khalsa 
Bhai Manroop Singh Khalsa  

and please make your way down there now at :

India House, Aldwych, London WC2B 4NA. Take part in the 101 Hours of Continuous Sri Chaupae Sahib & Jaap.

The British Sikh youths are already sitting on 24 hrs Fast to support chainwise to strengthen the cause of humanity and to support the mission. They are always in support of we indian Sikhs. I, Ajmer Singh Randhawa, always thankful to British Sikhs on behalf of Indian Sikh community for their kind support, help, charity, fight with anti-Sikh elements and their presence in need of hour. 



December 10, 2013 at 9:16pm

Death Sentence to Sikh Political Prisoners

1. Prof. Devinderpal Singh Bhullar (Since 1995) Tihar Jail, Delhi

2. Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana (Since 1995) Central Jail, Patiala

Life Convicts Sikh Political Prisoners

Maximum Security Jail, Nabha

1. Lal Singh (Since 1992)

2. Dilbagh Singh (Since 1999)

3. Swaran Singh (Since 1991)

Model Jail, Burrial

4. Lakhwinder Singh (Since 1995)

5. Gurmeet Singh (Since 1995)

6. Shamsher Singh (Since 1995)

7. Subheg Singh (Since 1995) Central Jail, Ludhiana

8. Nand Singh (Since 1993) Central Jail, Patiala

Central Jail, Amritsar

9. Baj Singh (Since 1993)

10. Hardeep Singh (Since 1993)

11. Waryam Singh (Since 1991) Central Jail, Pilibhit, UP

12. Gurdeep Singh Kherra (Since 1990) Central Jail, Gulberg, Karnatka

13. Gurmeet Singh Fauji (Since 1995) Central Jail, Bikaner

Tihar Jail, Delhi

14. Jagtar Singh Hawara (Since 1995)

15. Paramjit Singh Bheora (Since 1995)

16. Daya Singh Lahoria (Since 1995)

7/10 Years R.I. or Under-trails Sikh Political Prisoners

1. Bapu Dr. Assa Singh 94 Years (District Jail, Hoshiarpur)

2. Bapu Maan Singh 69 years (Central Jail, Ludhiana)

Model Jail Kapurthala

3. Bapu Harbhajan Singh 84 Years

4. Bapu Balwinder Singh 61 years

5. Bapu Mohan Singh 72 years

6. Bapu Saroop Singh 64 Years

7. Bapu Avtar Singh 76 years

8. Bapu Sewa Singh 73 years

9. Jaswant Singh UK

10. Balwant Singh

11. Kashmir Singh

12. Kulwinder Singh

13. Ashu Singh

Maximum Security Jail, Nabha

14. Bapu Gurjant Singh 71 years

15. Harjinder Singh Kali

16. Kulvir Singh Barra Pind

17. Harnek Singh Bhapp

18. Balbir Singh Bira

19. Bakhsish Singh Baba

20. Gurpreet Singh Khalsa

21. Harminder Singh

22. Daljit Singh Coach

23. Amrajit Singh

24. Kewal Singh Sondh

25. Darshan Singh Baba

26. Jagmohan Singh

27. Gurmail Singh Boba

28. Jaswinder Singh

29. Gurjant Singh

30. Manjinder Singh

31. Jasbir Singh Jassa

32. Ravinder Singh Rinku

33. Parshotam Singh Bunty

34. Avtar Singh Materi

35. Pargat Singh Bhalwan

36. Harjant Singh DC

37. Gurjant Singh

38. Sukhwinder Singh Sukhi

39. Kulwant Singh Bant

40. Sukhwinder Singh Boxer

41. Sandeep Singh

42. Harpinder Singh Chehal

43. Piara Singh

44. Satnam Singh

45. Lovejeet Singh

46. Avtar Singh

47. Sandeep Singh

48. Mandeep Singh

49. Ajmer Singh

50. Balwant Singh

51. Satnam Singh

52. Amrik Singh

53. Daljit Singh

54. Lakhbir Singh

55. Rana Partap Singh

56. Maninderjit Singh

57. Tarandeep Singh

58. Karamjit Singh Bunty

59. Sarwan Singh

60. Jatinder Singh Happy

61. Dharam Singh

62. Kashmir Singh

63. Labh Singh

64. Harwinder Singh

65. Gurwinder Singh

District Jail, Nabha

66. Bibi Sukhjinder Kaur

67. Surinder Singh Thikriwala

68. Baljodh Singh

69. Parminder Singh

70. Narinderpal Singh

71. Sukhjinder Singh

72. Surinder Singh

73. Harpreet Singh

Central Jail, Patiala

74. Mohinder Singh

75. Kulwant singh

76. Warayam Singh

77. Bhupinder Singh

Tihar Jail, Delhi

78. Baljit Singh Bhau

79. Tarlochan Singh

Central Jail, Sirsa

80. Shivraj Singh

81. Balkaran Singh

82. Bhai Amarjit Singh

83. Nirmal Singh

84. Gurpreet Singh

85. Raju Singh

86. Gurbinder Singh Sonu

Central Jail, Amritsar

87. Pal Singh France

88. Narain Singh Chaurra

89. Makhan Singh Gill

90. Sukhdev Singh Chirra

91. Nishan Singh

92. Gurmukh Singh

93. Darshan Singh

94. Jagtar Singh

95. Sukhwant Singh

96. Sukhdev Singh

97. Sher Singh Bhutal

Amfula Jail, Jammu

98. Malkeet Singh Bhotna

99. Jagjeet Singh

100. Surjeet Singh

101. Harbans Singh

(TOTAL 119)

Prepared by:

Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

District Courts, Ludhiana

{Press Sec. SAD (PP)}


Released by:

SAD (Panch Pardhani), Dal Khalsa

Sikhs For Human Rights, Lawyers For Human Rights International

On 10th December 2013 (International Human Rights Day)

at Gurdwara Sahib, Sec-34, Chandigarh.


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