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Custody of Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu and others in Ludhiana case is extended till 22 October.

October 8, 2009 | By

File Photo: Bhai Daljeet Singh was arrested by Ludhiana Police on 27 August, 2009 but later on Mansa Police dramatically framed in murder case

File Photo: Bhai Daljeet Singh was arrested by Ludhiana Police on 27 August, 2009

Ludhiana (October 22, 2009) Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu alone was produced before magistrate in a case registered here against Bhai Bittu along with Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur, Palwinder Singh Chattrana and Gurdeep Singh Raju. Bhai Harpal Singh Cheema informed SikhSiyasat Network that JS Manjhpur and Palwinder Singh were produced before a special magistrate appointed in Ludhiana Jail who deals with matters relating to custody of persons waiting for charge sheet confined in that jail. “Police produced Bhai Daljeet Singh before the court while failed again to produce Gurdeep Singh Raju, who is confined in Bathinda Jail” he added. He further informed that they against brought this fact to the knowledge to the Magistrate that custody of Gurpdeep Singh Raju has turned illegal in this case as he is not produced before any judicial tribunal, in relation to this case, for more than three weeks.

He said that party would tender a memorandum (addressed to Punjab CM) to Deputy Commissioner of Nawanshahr on 12 October 2009 seeking release of Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu and others. ‘We shall continue to pursue our struggle by adopting all peaceful means’ he added.

It is notable that Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu and others (referred above) are framed by Ludhiana police under various provisions of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967. UA(P)A is considered to be masked revival of black laws like TADA and POTA, as this law was extensively amended by central legislature of India after 26/11 mujahedeen attack on various hotels located at Mumbai, the financial capital of India.

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