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Paramjeet Singh arrived in the UK in 1999 and in 2000 was granted asylum. Paramjeet Singh was subsequently granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK and his four children all hold British passports.

The UK government granted Paramjeet with asylum as officials agreed his life was in danger. His brother had previously been tortured whilst in police custody and was subsequently murdered in a case which remains unsolved.

Gurjit Kaur is an amazing woman whose faith in Waheguru and strength of spirit has not waivered even in the face of such tragedy. Please read her story, spoken in her own words

On 16 January 2015, Surat Singh Khalsa began a hunger strike which is still ongoing. He has refused food for more than 6 months to seek the release of Sikh political prisoners who have completed their court sentences. Where he is seeking release of Sikh political prisoners, he has also called for unconditional release of prisoners of all religions who have completed their terms.

‘AKASH’ MEANS THE SKY....WITH YOUR HELP WE CAN MAKE A BRIGHTER SKY FOR 8 YEAR OLD AKASHPREET SINGH

Akash means the sky and with your help we can make a brighter sky for 8 year old Akashpreet SIngh who has just been diagnosed with blood cancer and will require treatment for the next 1-3 years.

For the first time, nine charities from both the UK and USA, have joined under one banner in their response to the devastating Nepal Earthquake which has claimed the lives of over 10,000 people and left tens of thousands homeless. 

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