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NSA detention of Khadoor Sahib MP-elect Amritpal Singh, 9 others extended by 1 year

The detention of Amritpal Singh and three associates was set to expire on July 24

NSA detention of Khadoor Sahib MP-elect Amritpal Singh, 9 others extended by 1 year

Amritpal Singh. File photo



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Chandigarh, June 19

The detention of newly-elected MP from Khadoor Sahib, Amritpal Singh and nine others under the National Security Act (NSA) at Dibrugarh Central Jail in Assam was extended on Wednesday for a year. He has been in jail since March last year.

The detention of Amritpal Singh, chief of ‘Waris Punjab De', and three associates was set to expire on July 24, while the NSA detention for six other associates was to end on June 18.

In his first electoral contest, Sikh radical Amritpal Singh, won the Khadoor Sahib seat by 1,97,120 votes over his nearest rival, Congress candidate Kulbir Singh Zira.

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