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Khalsa's companions smell conspiracy behind sudden breaking of fast

Companions of Gurbaksh Singh khalsa smell conspiracy behind the sudden ending of his fast, which he had untertaken to demand the release of sikh prisoners from various Indian jails.

punjab Updated: Jan 18, 2015 18:22 IST
HT Correspondent

Companions of Gurbaksh Singh khalsa smell conspiracy behind the sudden ending of his fast, which he had untertaken to demand the release of sikh prisoners from various Indian jails.

After Gurbaksh singh khalsa was admitted to civil hospital in Ambala, his friend Gurpiyar Singh continued his fast and after coming back from the hospital Gurbaksh himself resumed it.

Talking to HT Gurpiyar Singh said, "It's a conspiracy and we do not know why he would end his fast mid-way. Me and the other companions were not informed that the fast is going to end and we do not have any relation with Gurbaksh singh now."

"Gurbaksh asked us to go to the gurudwara and on the way police blocked us. At the same time Gurbaksh broke his fast. People are calling us to and foul-mouthing us," Singh added.

He vowed to continue their battle against the judicial system, even without Gurbaksh.