For example, as more information has become readily available, the loopholes in Prof. Bhullar’s case increasingly expose the fabricated charges and the miscarriage of justice by the Indian judicial system. From slogans of Save Bhullar, have grown stronger and more powerful chants of Free Bhullar.
Many respectful ideologues, world governments and bodies are joining the movement. From the European Parliament, European Union, German Authorities and the NDP, the official opposition party here in Canada, India has respectfully been requested to halt the execution of Prof. Bhullar.
Even Sikh and non-Sikh youth both in India and in the Diaspora are taking up their grievances with the death penalty in a peaceful manner, using arts including hip hop, poetry and peaceful protests to express their dissent from Judicial Executions in the state of India.
Last year, the Sikh Activist Network dedicated When Lions Roar, to the struggle of Political Prisoners, including Prof. Bhullar.
In an expression of solidarity, The Sikh Activist Network received a message from Navneet Kaur, the wife of Prof. Devinderpal Singh last year.
Below we attach the unedited letter presented to us by the family of Prof. Bhullar, in hopes of inspiring the continued work of Sikh youth to continue their peaceful lobby for the freedom of Prof. Devinderpal Singh Bhullar.
We also encourage everyone to participate in the Brampton Justice Rally:
Friday, April 19, 2013
South Fletchers Sportsplex
500 Ray Lawson Blvd, Brampton, Ontario L6Y 5B3
Letter from Navneet Kaur Bhullar (wife of Prof. Devinderpal Singh)
To my dear brothers and sisters of Sikh Activist Network,
Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji ki Fateh!
I Navneet Kaur Bhullar, wife of Davinderpal Singh Bhullar sincerely thank everyone for their support with the campaign to save the life of my husband who is currently facing death penalty in India. Even after spending only three months with him after my wedding, I realized that he is a very intelligent, kind-hearted, and commited Sikh. During our newly married days, he would express to me about how worried he was about his students who were being eliminated by the Punjab Police. Many of those victims families were coming to him to raise a voice against the cruelty about the Punjab Police. He was dissapointed that why only himself and few other professors were the only ones brave enough to speak against the Police brutalities. I told him that since we are newly married the Police may eliminate you or you may face serious consequences if you did not stop involving yourself in these issues. He replied to me by saying, that he cannot stay silent towards this cruelty, because thats not what our Gurus taught us and they sacrificed their lives. Today, due to his firm belief and extreme commitment to Sikh Panth he lost his Father, Uncle, and his happy life that would be spent in Canada. As a result he is currently facing a death penatly being completley innocent.
My brothers and sisters, your sympathy and support to save my husband is torching a light of life for my husband. Even though my family and I have paid a high price for my husband’s belief and are struggling day and night to get justice, with your kind help I am strong and hopeful that just one day we will have justice where my husband’s life will be saved. On behalf of my family I wish you all the best and please convey my heart filled wishes to everyone who is supporting our campaign. I pray for Waheguru to bless you all.
Navneet Kaur Bhullar