Justice finally, says household of faux encounter sufferer
Tarn Taran, October 27
The household of Harbans Singh who was killed by the Tarn Taran Sadar police in 1993 in a pretend encounter has expressed its satisfaction over two of the accused policemen being held responsible by a decrease courtroom of the CBI, SAS Nagar, Mohali, The decision was declared on Thursday.
The 2 policemen who had been declared accused of the killing are Shamsher Singh and Jagtar Singh.
The opposite two policemen accused have been then SHO Puran Singh and ASI Jagir Singh who died throughout the trial. The punishment is to be awarded on November 2 by the CBI courtroom.
The sufferer, Harbans Singh, son of Milkha Singh, a resident of Uboke (Patti) village was shot lifeless in a pretend encounter by the native metropolis police in 1993.
Paramjit Singh and Charanjit Singh, brothers of the deceased, and Sukhwinder Singh Uboke, Sarpanch of the village, stated right here on Thursday that Harbans Singh who was 26 years previous at the moment was introduced on a manufacturing warrant from Central Jail, Amritsar.
Harbans Singh together with one other unknown particular person was killed in a pretend encounter close to Sheron village and the our bodies have been cremated, being declared unclaimed on the Tarn Taran cremation floor.
Parkash Kaur, mom of Harbans Singh and Paramjit Singh, his brother, had pursued the case by filling a writ petition within the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Court docket with the help of Human Rights Organisation (Khalra) and an inquiry was carried out by the CBI.
On the idea of the CBI report, SHO Puran Singh, ASI Jagir Singh, Shamsher Singh and Jagtar Singh have been named as accused within the killing of Harbans Singh.
Throughout the courtroom proceedings, attorneys from the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Court docket had given their free providers to the household to pursue the case.
The household of the deceased Harbans Singh expressed their full confidence within the judiciary and stated they have been hopeful of getting justice some day. Parkash Kaur, mom of the deceased, died three years again.