1. Punjab Police brutality on rape victim and family for protesting Jampur 9 March 2015


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    Punjab Police brutality on rape victim and family for protesting Jampur 9 March 2015

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    • Fuuny Clip of Punjab Police


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      This funny clip of Punjab Police receiving training by army personnel will shock you.

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      • Baaghi TV Coverage on the PAT Massacre


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        Baaghi TV Coverage on the PAT Massacre

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        • Police Attack on Minhaj-ul-Quran and Pakistan Awami Tehreek Secretariat


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          Police Attack on Minhaj-ul-Quran and Pakistan Awami Tehreek Secretariat

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          • Model Town Massacre - 17 June 2014 - Lahore #StateTerrorism


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            Created by: Mohammad Ali Javed

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            • 3d Animated Pakistan police character


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              • "The Last Killing" Trailer


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                Satwant Singh Manak joined the Punjab Police with dreams of making his community safer. But in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Punjab Police terrorized its own citizens in the name of fighting an insurgency, committing systematic and wide scale torture, disappearances, and unlawful killings. Manak silently witnessed the torture and executions of 15 unarmed individuals at the hands of his fellow police officers. The last killing he witnessed was of Kulwant Singh, a teenager studying in 10th grade. This injustice and brutality awakened Manak. He quit his job and filed a case against his fellow police officers. That case covers ten of the victims. His courage came at a great cost. The police tortured Manak, fatally tortured his father, and threatened his family, but Manak has continued the fight for justice for over 20 years. The film follows him as he organizes the families of the victims to attend a hearing at the Punjab and Haryana High Court. Will the court decide to open an inquiry into the murders of their loved ones? Can justice be served in the lifetimes of these survivors? The film examines these questions through interviews with victims' families, case advocate R.S. Bains, and human rights activist Mrs. Paramjit Kaur Khalra.

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                • Another Punjab Policeman Speaks Out about Human Rights Abuses


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                  In this video, former Punjab Police officer Lakhwinder Singh describes his experiences in the police force, where he witnessed his colleagues performing torture. He himself narrowly escaped a faked encounter. Lakhwinder Singh describes, however, how the police did kill his father in a faked encounter.

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                  • Thank you from Ensaaf!


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                    The summer of 2009, Ensaaf interviewed over 1,000 individuals—including hundreds of survivors—to capture stories of disappearances, unlawful killings, and torture in Amritsar during the Punjab counterinsurgency. This ambitious achievement, which represents the largest deployment of human rights investigators in Punjab in over a decade, was only realized due to the financial support we received from supporters like you. As a small token of our thanks, we created a short video tribute to show our immense gratitude for the generosity and trust given to us by our donors.

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                    • Punjab Cop Admits to Murdering Over 80 in Fake Encounters


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                      After decades of denial by the Punjab Police that its officers unlawfully killed innocent Sikhs in fake encounters, Sub-Inspector (SI) Surjit Singh has made a public statement describing the atrocities committed by him and security forces in the early 1990s. Surjit Singh admits that then Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Paramjit Singh Gill of Amritsar district ordered him to kill 83 men in fake encounters. Recounting his initiation into the police force during the Punjab militancy, he states “The guilty were killed, and innocent [young men] were also brought to me to be killed. I didn't know whether they were guilty or innocent, but I was told to kill them regardless."

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