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Further information on UA 134/94 (ASA 20/10/94, 6 April 1994; and follow-up ASA 20/11/94, 13 April) - India: fear for safety: Kanwar Singh Dhami, Kuldip Kaur

, رقم الوثيقة: ASA 20/036/1994

Kanwar Singh Dharmi and Kuldip Kaur remain detained in Chandigarh, Punjab under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA). They were remanded to judicial custody by a magistrate on 8 April 1994. Under the provisions of TADA they can remain in detention without charge or trial for a maximum period of one year. At present, Amnesty International does not have sufficient evidence to prove that the couple were detained for 10 months before their arrest in March 1994.

EXTERNAL (for general distribution) AI Index: ASA 20/36/94
Distr: UA/SC
18 October 1994
Further information on UA 134/94 (ASA 20/10/94, 6 April 1994) and follow-up
(ASA 20/11/94, 13 April) - Fear for Safety
INDIA Kanwar SINGH Dharmi
Kuldip KAUR (f)
Amnesty International's latest information on Kanwar Singh Dharmi and Kuldip
Kaur is that they are detained in Chandigarh, Punjab under the Terrorist and
Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA). They were remanded to judicial
custody by a magistrate on 8 April 1994. Under the provisions of TADA they
can remain in detention without charge or trial for a maximum period of one
year.
At present, Amnesty International does not have sufficient evidence to prove
that the couple were detained for 10 months before their arrest in March 1994.
Amnesty International will continue to monitor this case, but no further action
by the Urgent Action Network is necessary. The organization addresses the
many concerns it has on TADA through other types of action. Many thanks to
all who sent appeals on behalf of Kanwar Singh Dharmi, Kuldip Kaur and their
six-year-old son.

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