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Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for the 25,000 disappearances, including unidentified bodies and illegal cremations, involving Punjab police in Punjab from 1984 until his death.

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  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for the 25,000 disappearances, including unidentified bodies and illegal cremations, involving Punjab police in Punjab from 1984 until his death.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations, involving Punjab police in Punjab and that the police had killed about 2,000 policemen not collaborating the operations.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 200,000 illegal killings and cremations, involving Punjab police in Punjab and that the police had killed about 2,000 policemen not collaborating the operations.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Visiting Canada Jaswant Singh Khalra was featured on Toronto Radio Ankhila Punjab when he chairman of "Jabar Virodhi Front" in Amritsar. During his visit Jaswant Singh Khalra stayed with Sukhminder Singh Hansra in Brampton Canada.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Visiting Canada Jaswant Singh Khalra was featured on Toronto Radio Ankhila Punjab when he was chairman of "Jabar Virodhi Front" in Amritsar. During his visit Jaswant Singh Khalra stayed with Sukhminder Singh Hansra in Brampton Canada.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Visiting Canada Jaswant Singh Khalra was featured on Toronto Radio Ankhila Punjab when he was chairman of "Jabar Virodhi Front" in Amritsar. During his visit Jaswant Singh Khalra stayed with Sukhminder Singh Hansra in Brampton Canada. So after September no one saw him.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Khalra was last seen in September 1995, washing his car in front of his house in Amritsar. Six Punjab police officials were later convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for Khalra's abduction and murder
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India.
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  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for the 25,000 disappearances, including unidentified bodies and illegal cremations, involving Punjab police in Punjab from 1984 until his death.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations, involving Punjab police in Punjab and that the police had killed about 2,000 policemen not collaborating the operations.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 200,000 illegal killings and cremations, involving Punjab police in Punjab and that the police had killed about 2,000 policemen not collaborating the operations.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Visiting Canada Jaswant Singh Khalra was featured on Toronto Radio Ankhila Punjab when he chairman of "Jabar Virodhi Front" in Amritsar. In 1995, he was invited by Liberal MP Colleen Beaumier where he made the case of 25,000 unidentified bodies. On April 10th 1995 he attended the third anniversary of Ankhila Punjab TV at Ontario Khalsa Darbar Dixie Rd. Gurdwara Sahib in Mississauga Canada. Historic speech of Jaswant Singh Khalra is from Ankhila Punjab anniversary smagam. Unfortunately the copy of the speech was taken by Ensaaf and released with their own logo ignoring the contribution of Ankhila Punjab and its team Sukhminder Singh Hansra, Gurpreet Singh Bal, Avtar Singh Punia. In June 1995, Mr. Khalra spoke at west block of the Canadian Parliament at World Sikh Organization parlimentary dinner commemorating SAKA Sri AKAL TAKHAT. During his visit Jaswant Singh Khalra stayed with Sukhminder Singh Hansra in Brampton Canada.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Visiting Canada Jaswant Singh Khalra was featured on Toronto Radio Ankhila Punjab when he was chairman of "Jabar Virodhi Front" in Amritsar. In 1995, he was invited by Liberal MP Colleen Beaumier where he made the case of 25,000 unidentified bodies. On April 10th 1995 he attended the third anniversary of Ankhila Punjab TV at Ontario Khalsa Darbar Dixie Rd. Gurdwara Sahib in Mississauga Canada. Historic speech of Jaswant Singh Khalra is from Ankhila Punjab TV anniversary smagam. Unfortunately the copy of the speech was taken by Ensaaf and released with their own logo ignoring the contribution of Ankhila Punjab and its team Sukhminder Singh Hansra, Gurpreet Singh Bal, Avtar Singh Punia. In June 1995, Mr. Khalra spoke at west block of the Canadian Parliament at World Sikh Organization parlimentary dinner commemorating SAKA Sri AKAL TAKHAT. During his visit Jaswant Singh Khalra stayed with Sukhminder Singh Hansra in Brampton Canada.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered considerable global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Visiting Canada Jaswant Singh Khalra was featured on Toronto Radio Ankhila Punjab when he was chairman of "Jabar Virodhi Front" in Amritsar. In 1995, he was invited by Liberal MP Colleen Beaumier where he made the case of 25,000 unidentified bodies. On April 10th 1995 he attended the third anniversary of Ankhila Punjab TV at Ontario Khalsa Darbar Dixie Rd. Gurdwara Sahib in Mississauga Canada. Historic speech of Jaswant Singh Khalra is from Ankhila Punjab TV anniversary smagam. Unfortunately the copy of the speech was taken by Ensaaf and released with their own logo ignoring the contribution of Ankhila Punjab and its team Sukhminder Singh Hansra, Gurpreet Singh Bal, Avtar Singh Punia. In June 1995, Mr. Khalra spoke at west block of the Canadian Parliament at World Sikh Organization parlimentary dinner commemorating SAKA Sri AKAL TAKHAT. During his visit Jaswant Singh Khalra stayed with Sukhminder Singh Hansra in Brampton Canada. So after September no one saw him.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate.
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India. He garnered global attention for his research concerning 25,000 illegal killings and cremations involving the Punjab police, and that the police had even killed about 2,000 policemen who refused to cooperate. Khalra was last seen in September 1995, washing his car in front of his house in Amritsar. Six Punjab police officials were later convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for Khalra's abduction and murder
  • Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952–1995) was a Sikh and human rights activist from Punjab, India.
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