Photo Essay: Protecting the Killers-A Policy of Impunity in Punjab, India

Ensaaf and Human Rights Watch released a photo essay (modified from original) in accompaniment to their 123-page report, Protecting the Killers: A Policy of Impunity in Punjab, India. Watch the photo essay here.

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  1. Posted May 27, 2013 at 9:05 PM | Permalink

    This is Prabhjot Singh, a documentary photographer from Ludhiana. Currently based in Punjab for my long term project on Contemporary Sikh youth of India and its endangered Identity ‘Turban’. I have been working on this for past 9 months and trying to document Sikh youth who have kept this outward identity of sikhism and meanwhile investigate and resurface the issues that have afflicted the community for past decades. so in connection to that i am searching for some young Sikh men or women working for the families affected by police atrocities during 90’s.
    it would also help the issue to get back into light.
    so this is why here i am contacting Ensaaf as i have read their report “Reduced to ashes”. so i am hope ful to be helped on this matter. Also attaching a short introduction to my project
    Looking forward to hear from you soon
    Warm Regards

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