Posted by: Singh Is King | Sunday, November 4, 2007

Khalra’s wife to approach apex court for death sentence

Paramjit Kaur Khalra Paramjit Kaur Khalra wife of slain human rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra while reacting to recent decision of Punjab and Haryana High Court in which the court enhanced four Punjab police cops seven-year rigorous imprisonment to rigorous imprisonment for life said that she should approach Supreme Court for death punishment.

She said that the accused should have been hanged for their inhuman act of killing her husband. She said that she would also pursue against two other cops, who was acquitted by court in the case.Paramjit Kaur Khalra said that it was fight of Sikh community but her family personally pursued the Khalra case. She said that her husband had embarked on a mission to look into the death of innocents. She said that the recent decision of high court had proved that Punjab police committed atrocities on people during terrorism, which is now a challenge for Sikh community and state government. She said that now it is time to fix responsibility of all erring police officials, who had committed atrocities on innocent people.She said that recent court decision has brought to the fore the black deeds of the police.

While demanding intervention of Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, Khalra said that the CM should take immediate action against former Punjab DGP K.P. S. Gill for the death of thousands of innocent persons.  She also appealed to SGPC to initiate proceedings to excommunicate Gill from Sikh community.


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