The Last Killing
Ensaaf is proud to present The Last Killing, an original documentary that chronicles police whistleblower Satwant Singh Manak's fight for justice for the survivors of ten victims of unlawful killings. May 23, 2014, marks 21 years since the Punjab Police filed false cases against Manak to punish him for standing up for human rights.
Listen to Hardeep Kaur's Story
Gurbachan Singh (brother of Kunda Singh)
Our Family's ExecutionRavinder Singh describes how he escaped the torture and executions of 7 family members. His aunt and grandfather take us to the house where the atrocities occurred.
Charanjit KaurImagine sending your 10-year old son to school one day, only for the police to gun him down.
A Light of Justice: Commemorating Jaswant Singh Khalra
A Song To Remember
The Last Killing TrailerSatwant Singh Manak joined the Punjab Police with dreams of making his community safer. But in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Punjab Police terrorized its own citizens in the name of fighting an insurgency.
Manak’s Response to High Court Dismissal of His Case
Paramjit Kaur Khalra: “Something needs to be done about the slaughter that took place in Punjab.”Paramjit Kaur Khalra describes the need for a truth commission to redress the thousands of disappearances and killings in Punjab, India perpetrated during the counterinsurgency of 1984 to 1995.
Impunity in PunjabImpunity in Punjab is the third in a series of moving videos produced by the New Media Advocacy Project in collaboration with Ensaaf, focusing on testimonies from survivors and human rights activists.
Cascade of VoicesThis video, produced by the New Media Advocacy Project, showcases survivors’ determination to learn the true fate of their loved ones, as well as the continuing emotional and financial impact these abuses have had on families.
The Extrajudicial Killing of Kulwant Singh: “The boy was begging with folded hands.”Witnesses describe how the Punjab police detained and beat an unarmed Sikh youth, pulled his hair and chased him as he begged for his life, and then shot him at point blank range on July 8, 1990 in Mohali, Punjab.
In his last speech made to a Canadian audience, Jaswant Singh Khalra discusses his investigations into the thousands of illegal killings and secret cremations by the Punjab Police and his readiness to die to expose the truth about these crimes.
The Struggle for Truth