About a year and half ago, the story of Devender Pal Singh Bhullar was shared on this blog. Devender Pal Singh, a university professor, has been on India’s death row after he was deemed guilty for a bombing in India in 1993 which took the lives of nine people. He was sentenced to death by hanging. However, the conviction was rife with inconsistencies and problems, the most notable of which was that Devender Pal Singh’s confession was based solely on […]
“I’m really proud to be an American, because I know I could get justice over here,” Bhullar said. “But in India, if you are a Sikh, there’s a good chance you won’t see justice.” — Live Oak, California resident Tejinder Singh Bhullar is quoted in a local article about the fight to save his brother – Devinderpal Singh Bhullar – from being executed on questionable grounds in India.
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Yesterday, in New York, Sikhs held a rally (organized by Sikhs for Justice) outside the United Nations to protest the death sentence of Professor Devinderpal Singh Bhullar in India. American Sikhs have now joined their counterparts in India and around the world in objecting to the miscarriage of justice that could lead to the judicial killing of Devinderpal Singh. Devinderpal Singh’s sentence has not only been objected to within India, but it has also garnered international attention as other governments and world […]
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