Punjab Police

Punjab Police may refer to:

  • Punjab Police (India), which operates in the Indian state of Punjab
  • Punjab Police (Pakistan), which operates in the Pakistani province of Punjab

Other articles related to "punjab, punjab police, police":

Kanwar Pal Singh Gill - Later Developments in Human Rights Matters
... Dal's human rights wing, issued a press note alleging that Punjab security organizations had cremated thousands of unidentified bodies ... were people with links to the separatist movement who had been picked up illegally by the Punjab police from 1984 to 1994 (this was later found to be true by the National Human Rights Commission of India after their ... receiving threats on his life from the Punjab police shortly before his abduction on 6 September 1995 ...
Labh Singh
... Attack on Director-General of the Punjab Police J.F ... Singh and also known as Sukha Sipahi and General Labh Singh, was a former Punjab police officer who took command of the Khalistan Commando Force after its first leader ... He was involved in the attack on the Director-General of the Punjab Police, Julio Francis Ribeiro ...
Punjab Police (Pakistan) - History - Punjab Police Rules
... The Punjab Police Rules of 1934 documented the police practices as they stood at that time and introduced some new measures for improving administration and operational effectiveness of police ... The content of the Rules reveals that the Punjab Police had grown into a thoroughly professional police organization by 1934 and possessed considerable knowledge of the crime and criminals ...
Punjab Kings - Franchise History - 2008 IPL Season - Dispute With Punjab Police
... The Punjab Police sought compensation in exchange for providing security during IPL matches at the PCA Stadium ... The issue was that neither the Punjab Cricket Association, nor the franchise owners were willing to pay the amount being demanded ... Ness Wadia was engaged in a verbal dispute with Mohali Senior Superintendent of Police, RS Khatra ...
Jaswant Singh Khalra - Murder and Coverup
... was abducted by under-cover commandos of Punjab Police at behest of Senior Superintendent of Police Ajit Singh Sandhu and taken to Jhabal police station ... Although witnesses gave statements implicating the police and have named former police chief Kanwar Pal Singh Gill as a conspirator, police denied having ever arrested ... found evidence that he was held at a police station in Tarn Taran and recommended the prosecution of nine Punjab police officials for murder and kidnapping ...

Famous quotes containing the word police:

    Anarchism is a game at which the police can beat you.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)