Dual policy on release of prisoners in India

Capt. Sunil James is acquitted from Togo jail and returned to India. He was arrested there on charges of helping the sea pirates. His 11 months old child Viwan passed away in his absence. His family approached the Indian Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh who intervened at his own and appealed to the President of TOGO to secure release of Capt. Sunil James.

We welcome his release because his infant son is not cremated yet and waits for his father’s return. Now he his last rights shall be performed after 18 days. The body of infant Viwan is kept in mortuary of a Mumbai hospital.

But the question arises here if the Indian if case of six Sikh prisoners who have completed their awarded jail term but still languished in Indian jails is not in the knowledge of a Sikh prime minister or he has not been informed that Bhai Gurbaksh Singh is on FAST UNTO DEATH for the last 36 days at Gurudwara Amb Sahib at Mohali near Chandigarh? Whether the injustice with these Sikhs is not seen by him or he too being a part of the system and a member of Congress party (which has a history of animosity with Sikhs) deliberately ignores it? Bhai Gurbaksh Singh is not any famous personality but a common man and the comman man in India is always suppressed.

If Man Mohan Singh could appeal the President of another nation to release an Indian on humanitarian grounds, why does he not he orders to secure release of these Sikh prisoners? Why this dual policy? Why does he not use his powers to secure release of these prisoners and guarantee justice with Sikhs and other minorities in India? 

For reference to my previous post on release of Sikh prisoners, kindly view my previous posts on this website 
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