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Voices For Freedom Condemns Attack on elected Aam Aadmi Party Office         Will history repeat itself?

Voices For Freedom Condemns Attack on elected Aam Aadmi Party Office Will history repeat itself?

| January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ghaziabad, India: The Aam Aadmi Party(AAP), a political party elected democratically who’s headquarters were attacked on the morning of January 8th in Ghaziabad district located in the outskirts of Delhi. The attack was carried out by a mob of 30-40 Hindu Raksha Dal right-wing activists to protest against AAP leader, Prashant Bhushan’s comment that deployment […]

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Was Britain involved in June 1984 attack on Golden Temple complex? Voices For Freedom Calls for Impartial and Transparent Independent Inquiry

Was Britain involved in June 1984 attack on Golden Temple complex? Voices For Freedom Calls for Impartial and Transparent Independent Inquiry

| January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

New York, USA:  Britain’s latest declassified government documents reveal correspondence between former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in planning the attack on Golden Temple (Darbar Sahib Complex), India in June 1984.  According to the document, UK Prime Minister authorized Britain’s Special Air Services (SAS) to assist Indian army “for […]

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SUCCESSFUL END OF GURBAKASH SINGH’S  44 DAYS HUNGER STRIKE

SUCCESSFUL END OF GURBAKASH SINGH’S 44 DAYS HUNGER STRIKE

| December 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

December 29, 2013 Amritsar, Panjab, India:  Gurbakash Singh, Sikh Rights Activist who started his indefinite hunger strike on November 14, seeking release of six Sikh prisoners, finally ended his 44 days hunger strike on Friday, December 27. On December 25, Jathedar of Akal Takht (the Supreme temporal seat of Sikhism) met with Gurbakash Singh at […]

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Lal Singh Released on Parole While Gurbakash Singh’s Hunger-strike Touches Day 38

Lal Singh Released on Parole While Gurbakash Singh’s Hunger-strike Touches Day 38

| December 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Mohali, Panjab,  India : Lal Singh, was released on parole late yesterday, December 20, 2013, from maximum security Nabha Jail in Panjab, after depositing a bond with the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Kapurthala district, Panjab.  Voices For Freedom (VFF) and other human rights groups led by Gurbakash Singh have been asking the Central and Panjab […]

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Government of India ignores Sikh activist’s hunger strike and discriminate against the release of Sikh prisoners

Government of India ignores Sikh activist’s hunger strike and discriminate against the release of Sikh prisoners

| December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

For Immediate Release December 18, 2013 Government of India ignores Sikh activist’s hunger strike and discriminate against the release of Sikh prisoners The hunger strike observed by a Sikh human-rights activist opened up a string of evidence to substantiate that the GOI is discriminating against Sikh prisoners, denying paroles to many of them and is […]

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GURBAKASH SINGH RELEASED – VOICES FOR FREEDOM SAYS “THANK YOU” TO EVERYONE FOR SHOWING THEIR SUPPORT

GURBAKASH SINGH RELEASED – VOICES FOR FREEDOM SAYS “THANK YOU” TO EVERYONE FOR SHOWING THEIR SUPPORT

| December 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Voices for Freedom congratulates and says ‘thank you’ to all those who signed our online petition, launched for Gurbakash Singh’s “IMMEDIATE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE”. After launching their previous petition on “ IMMEDIATE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF GURBAKASH SINGH AND AGAINST THE EXCESSES OF PUNJAB POLICE IN INDIA”, Voices for Freedom now step up their petition […]

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Sign Petition for Immediate and Unconditional Release of Gurbakash Singh And for the Protection from the Excesses of the Punjab Police in India

Sign Petition for Immediate and Unconditional Release of Gurbakash Singh And for the Protection from the Excesses of the Punjab Police in India

| December 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Gurbakash Singh, 43, who has been on a hunger strike since 14th Nov 2013, remains in custody after the Punjab Police forcefully and unlawfully arrested him at Amb Sahib Gurdwara in Mohali, Panjab, India on 5th Nov 2013 The petition seeks suo moto action from the Central and Panjab State governments, the Panjab State Human […]

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Prof. Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar: A Brief Case Study

Prof. Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar: A Brief Case Study

| August 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Case History: Davinder Pal Singh Bhullar belongs to a well-settled educated family. His father was a Section Officer in Panjab Audit Department and his mother has worked as a Supervisor in Rural Development Department of Panjab. Having completed his Bachelors in Engineering from GuruNanakPolytechnicCollege, Ludhiana in 1990, Mr. Bhullar started to teach in the same […]

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Who will straighten the record?

Who will straighten the record?

| July 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Since the beginning of this month, the news of Panjab Sub-inspector, Surjit Singh’s confession is selling like a hot cake. Some say that human rights activists have found a god gifted opportunity to vomit their anger on the Indian government for its controversial and objectionable actions in the state of Panjab in 1980s and early […]

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A General Overview of UN Declaration of Human Rights.

A General Overview of UN Declaration of Human Rights.

| March 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

UN Declaration of Human Rights is a sacred document prepared by the United Nations in 1948 in the back drop of atrocities committed in the Second World War. At the end of the war, and after the establishment of United Nations, world leaders felt that to avoid such a horrendous draconian play and to establish […]

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