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Grant clemency to Sikh man, Canada urges India

Wife in Surrey, B.C., gathers support for husband who is facing death penalty. Foreign Affairs Minister Bill Graham has appealed to India to grant clemency to a Sikh man sentenced to death for a terrorist attack that killed nine people and injured 29. “I share the concerns of Canadians about the possible application of the death penalty in the case of [Davinder Pal Singh] Bhullar and have conveyed these concerns to my counterpart in India,” Mr. Graham stated in a recent letter to a human-rights group. Mr. Bhullar, 38, is not a Canadian and has never been to Canada. His wife, Navneet Kaur Bhullar, who is also known as Navneet Sandhu, moved to Canada from India in 1994, a year after the terrorist bombing. Full Story

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