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How Will Allahabad HC Verdict in Pilibhit Case Affect The Other Fake Encounters Cases? Special Talk.

A discussion forum, Samvad organised a twitter space to talk about the latest verdict of Allahabad High Court in Pilibhit fake encounter case and how will it going to affect almost every single case which is opened against police officials.

Pilibhit – A Tail of Struggle Against State Terror After Fake Encounter of 11 Sikhs

Pilibhit fake encounter case was one of the rarest cases that stood on trial for over two decades till final hearing, conviction and sentencing of the culprits. This short documentary tells the story of struggle of victim families against tyranny for 25 years.

Pilibhit – A Tail of Struggle Against State Terror: Trailer of Sikh Siyasat’s Upcoming Documentary

Sikh Siyasat has released the trailer of upcoming documentary titled: "Pilibhit - A Tail of Struggle Against State Terror".

After 25 Years SGPC Gives Rs 1 Lakh Aid to Family members of Pilibhit Fake Encounter Victims

As per the media reports the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) here on Friday forwarded cheques of Rs 1 lakh each to the kin of

Pilibhit Custodial Death: Respond By July 7th Allahabad High Court To UP Govt

After the Allahabad High Court last year asked the then Uttar Pradesh government to file an explanation as to why the criminal charges against 42 Pilibhit jail

US Sikhs to honour journalist who brought Pilibhit brutalities to light

The Punjabi American Heritage Society of Yuba City and various Sikh temples in California, US, will honour Vishwa Mitra Tandon, a journalist whose investigative reporting brought to light the killing of 11 Sikhs in fake encounters by UP Police in Pilibhit district in 1991.

Badal Dal meets Rajnath Singh to seek probe into 1994 Pilibhit jail carnage of Sikhs

New Delhi: Senior leaders of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) met Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh to seek CBI probe into brutal murder of seven ...

Brutal killings of Sikhs in Pilibhit Jail: After 22 years DSGMC, SGPC to file petitions

Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) and Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee have announced, in separate statements, to approach India's Human Rights Commission and the Supreme Court of India (SCI) respectively, seeking justice for eight Sikhs who were tortured to death by jail staff in Pilibhit district jail in 1994 and 21 others who had sustained serious injuring in this blind show of brutality.

1994 Massacre of Sikhs in Pilibhit Jail: Mulayam Yadav promises re-probe

It was Mulayam Singh Yadav led Samajwadi Party's government in Uttar Pradesh in 1994 when 28 Sikh detainees were brutally beaten up by jail staff- off which seven had died and remaining 21 suffered serious injuries.

The Forgotten Brutalities – How Sikhs were beaten to death in Pilibhit jail

With a CBI special court awarding imprisonment for life to 47 Uttar Pradesh cops found guilty of a 1991 fake encounter in Pilibhit in which 11 Sikh pilgrims were killed by cops, the focus is back on wide-spread and systematic human rights abuses committed by Indian security forces against the civilian Sikh population.

On 1991 Pilibhit Fake Encounter of 11 Sikh pilgrims by UP police (Talk with Human Rights Lawyers)

A CBI court in Pilibhit on April 4, 2016 sentenced 47 policemen to imprisonment for life for murdering 11 Sikh pilgrims in a fake encounter in 1991.

Pilibhit Fake Encounter: Victim families waited for long to get justice, Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa today hailed the verdict of trail court of Pilibhit sentencing the 47 policemen for life term for killing 10 Sikh pilgrims in 1991 in a staged managed encounter.

Panch Pardhani UK seeks India wide probe into fake encounters

Panch Pardhani UK, a UK based Sikh body, has welcomed the CBI court verdict in Pilibhit fake encounter case in which 11 Sikhs were killed in cold blood by Uttar Pradesh police in 1991.

Pilibhit Fake Encoutner: 47 UP cops get life for killing Sikhs in Fake Encounter

A CBI court today granted imprisonment for life for 47 policemen who were involved in killing 10 Sikhs in a fake encounter in 1991. Of 47 cops convicted by the special CBI court only 20 were present in the court while remaining 27, who were also absent on April 1 when the court had pronouncing it's judgement regarding conviction, have allegedly gone "missing".

Pilibhit Sikh Fake Encounter: 27 out of 47 convicted cops go missing before sentencing

On Friday, a CBI court convicted 47 policemen from Uttar Pradesh in a fake encounter in Pilibhit in 12 July 1991, in which 11 Sikh pilgrims were killed by Cops in cold blood. They were supposed to be sentenced today. However, in a shocking development 27 of those 47 policemen have reportedly gone missing.