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After jailed pro-Khalistan leader Amritpal Singh has become an MP by winning the Lok Sabha elections. At the same time, a campaign has started in America to release him from jail. American Sikh lawyer Jaspreet Singh has met Vice President Kamala Harris and requested her to intervene to get Amritpal Singh jailed in India.

Jaspreet says that he has studied this case thoroughly and he believes that the arrest of Amritpal is wrong. Jaspreet Singh plans to put pressure on American lawmakers for the release of Amritpal Singh.

Jaspreet said in a YouTube video that I have met Kamala Harris twice in the last two to three months. I spoke to him on the issue of immigration. I talked to him. He gave me an appointment to come to his office. I will meet him on June 11.

Let us tell you that Amritpal, who won the election as an independent from Punjab’s Khadoor Sahib Lok Sabha seat, is currently lodged in Dibrugarh jail in Assam. Amritpal Singh, who is lodged in Dibrugarh jail, had defeated Congress’ Kulbir Singh by about two lakh votes. Jaspreet said that Amritpal has won by a huge margin and his arrest raises serious questions on human rights.

Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh was arrested in April 2023 after surrendering in Moga, Punjab. He was absconding for a month. Punjab Police had registered a case against him under the National Security Act (NSA). Let us tell you that Kamala Harris is an American leader of Indian origin.

aspreet Singh says that he has met several US senators on this matter, including Nevada Senator Jacqueline Sheryl Rosen and Arizona MP Ruben Gallego. He said that I have spoken to more than 20 American leaders on this matter and they have agreed that this matter should be brought to our attention. America gives importance to human values, whether domestic or international.

He said that there is a principle of justice that the punishment should be equal to the crime. We have raised this matter before the US government from the angle of human rights.