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A couple of months ago, Sikh Relief worked hard to obtain parole leave for Shamsher Singh in time for him to attend his daughter, Sarbjit Kaur’s, wedding. Our efforts proved successful when Shamsher Singh was able to take his role as ‘father of the bride’ on Sarbjit’s wedding day.

Today, the 42 days came to an end and Shamsher Singh returned to his prison cell in Burail Jail. RP Singh and Parminder Singh from Sikh Relief, accompanied Shamsher Singh up to the prison gates. Shamsher Singh told our team, he has always been able to rely on Sikh Relief to support him and his family, meeting all their welfare needs. He extended his gratitude to the Sangat and supporters of Sikh Relief, for making it possible for him to attend his daughter’s wedding.

Please note, we have an ongoing application in the High Court for Shamsher Singh’s premature release and our legal team are in the process of hiring a Supreme Court lawyer to take this application further.

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