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December 10, 2019

Sikh Relief helps facilitate the Anand Kharaj of Bhai Khunkhuna’s daughter

Recently released from Nabha Max Security prison Bhai Balwinder Singh Khunkhuna has celebrated the Anand Kharaj of his daughter.

Bhai Balwinder Singh had been arrested by the Sadar police 13th June 1999 and eventually remanded to Hoshiarpur jail 4 days later, having been charged with smuggling of explosives eventually being sent to Ludhiana jail.

Once at Ludhiana jail, the local police arrested him and introduced further false historical cases against him including murder and sections 25,54 and 59 of the infamous and Internationally condemned TADA.

As the trial began and the ‘facts’ of the case were made in open court, the judge realised the police allegations were simply outrageous, their false claim that Bhai Balwinder Singh had been a murderer who had used an AK47 in his terroristic activity could only be accurate if Balwinder Singh had committed the murder as a seven-year old as per the date of the offence and his date of birth according to his birth certificate.

Bhai Balwinder Singh was still sentenced to five years by the Hoshiarpur trial court in a separate case registered by Khan Sadar Hoshiarpur.

All of this not withstanding, Bhai Khunkhuna has remained in Chardikla and complete in faith of Waheguru Ji, has this week celebrated the Anand Kharaj of his beautiful daughter. Sikh Relief was honoured to support the family in such an event.

It is a fundamental duty of the Sikh community to take care of those families who have offered their souls to the Almighty in the face of tyranny, those who have demanded an accountant of the corrupt.

This is a duty that Sikh Relief recognises and accepts and pledges to fulfil as long as we exist, advocating and providing legal assistance for Bandi Singh’s, help with their children’s education, medical assistance for families, construction and maintenance of homes, financial support for Anand Kharaj, relocation and rehabilitation after release in terms of work or self-employment.

Regardless of their needs, we shall support today for a better tomorrow.
Always.
Sikh Relief.

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