UK: Call on India to release and repatriate Jagtar Singh Johal

In 2017, British activist Jagtar made his way to India to get married. 

Just three weeks after his wedding, Jagtar was abducted, tortured, and forced to ‘confess’ to involvement in an alleged conspiracy to cause unrest. 

This forced ‘confession’ is the only evidence the Indian Government has presented against him. Jagtar remains locked up today - facing the threat of the death penalty - far from his home in Dumbarton, Scotland. 

It’s time for the UK Government to protect its citizen and bring Jagtar home. Add your name if you agree.

 

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