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Pyara Singh

The police had the repressive policy of murdering innocent Sikhs in false encounters in the name of terrorism. Three innocent peasants of Mand village in P.S. Sri Hargovindpur were declared proclaimed offenders (this being the first step before killing in false encounters) and then arrested from the house and then killed by the police in false encounter in S.S.P. Pandey's presence.  Mahinder Kaur, the sorrowing wife of Pyara Singh one of the peasants killed on September 23, 1984 along with his two friends in his own house, Mahinder Kaur looking on: "At about 2:30 p.m. suddenly police came and went straight to the tube well where my husband Pyara Singh was working and told him to hand over the revolver and some other weapons which he was supposed to have had.  Suddenly, I heard shots from inside our house rushing back, I found that our tow guests Gurnam Singh (32) of Toriwal village and Mangal Singh (36) of Mikey village had been shot dead.  Soon after S.S.P. Pandy arrived and asked my husband to produce the weapons, which of course he could not.

We are small farmers with a few acres of land, we don't keep weapons.  But my husband asked why our two guests had been shot down.  I heard the A.S.P. Joginder Singh whisper to his constables that they should not have shot down those two men - 'they were good people', but the Head Constable Jarnail Singh insisted that my husband must be shot as he was refusing to produce the weapons, and immediately they shot him.  They dumped the three dead bodies in their jeep and arrested our neighbors Dalip Singh, Balbinder Singh, Amrik Singh and Dewan Singh and took them along with the dead men to Batala Interrogation Centre.  After 10 days of torture and finding no weapon they released them but went on visiting them forcing them to say that is was a case of accident.  The Panchayat and 20 persons from our village went to Batala to claim the body of my husband but it was refused to them and they were threatened to be shot down if they insisted on getting it back.  So I never saw him again and there was not postmortem report." When asked "did you not go to the Court?" "No", she said, "there is none to hear."

Source - Report to the Nation: Oppression in Punjab