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An Indian Torture Chamber

Description The 1980-90 is one of the darkest decades of the history of the Sikhs and Punjab. Hundreds of Sikh youth were arrested and charged with acts of terrorism and other heinous crimes. Majority of them were tortured without trial and without any judicial sanction in the interrogation center at Ladha Kothi, near Nabha. This report, prepared by the Punjab chapter of Human Rights Organization after visiting the torture chamber and after meeting the victims and their families and on the basis of justice and C.S. Tiwana committee report appointed under the Indian commission of Enquiry Act, 1952 and persons brings out the horrors and in human treatment of Sikh youth. This report is sure to find a place in the history of 20th century Punjab & Sikhs[edit]
Keywords Ladha Kothi, Justice S. S. Sodhi, Justice C. S. Tiwana, T. S. Cheema, Harminder Singh Gill, Central Jail Jodhpur, Bhai Amrik Singh, Bhinderanwale, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-003687
Year 1990
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Punjab Human Rights Organisation
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 21.8
Breadth 15.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         68
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