Bhai Gurbaksh Singh ji thanks Akal Academy students

Chandigarh: No less than 161 convicts in Punjab jails, and 76 convicts in Haryana jails, have completed 14 years of imprisonment. Information in this regard was furnished to the Punjab and Haryana High Court nearly a month after the details were sought.

The court had, in fact, directed the States of Punjab and Haryana, along with UT Chandigarh, to furnish status reports on pending applications for premature release. In its reply placed before the Division Bench of Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Augustine George Masih, Under-Secretary Sewa Singh said 71 such convicts were in the Nabha open air jail, 50 in Amritsar and Bathinda jails and 40 in the Amritsar central jail.

In Chandigarh, cases pertaining to premature release of eight life prisoners were under consideration or rejected. The high court was told that the case of Gurmeet Singh, convicted in former Chief Minister Beant Singh’s assassination case, had been rejected.

The case of convict Ganga Sahni had been accepted in July this year, but so far, surety bond had not been furnished by him. The six remaining cases were under consideration with the Chandigarh administration. The case will now come up for hearing on February 10.

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In its reply placed before the Division Bench of Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Augustine George Masih, Under-Secretary Sewa Singh said 71 such convicts were in the Nabha open air jail, 50 in Amritsar and Bathinda jails and 40 in the Amritsar central jail

Bhai Gurbaksh Singh ji thanks Akal Academy students of Baru Sahib Sanstha for Gurbani Lehar!

So far, Young kids offered half a million Japji Sahib paths, 668 Sehaj Paths and 159 Akhand Path Sahibs for Charhdi Kala of Khalsa Panth! The Gurbani Lehar continues!

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SourceTribune News Service

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