Justice for Jagindar Nath Gadhok - 60 Years of Torture and Harassment
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On 12th December 1952 Jagindar Nath Gadhok arrived from British India, via Nairobi, as a British Citizen and settled in London. The following March, Jagindar made a speech at an Afro-Asian Student Union rally in favour of Kenya’s Independence, a speech supporting the Mau Mau Uprising. He was followed by two plain clothes policemen and so the intimidation, harassment and torture began.
At Victoria Underground Station he took sleeping tablets with coffee and fell unconscious. He was forced, against his will, into a padded room at University Hospital. The next day he was taken to Tooting Bec Hospital and was administered drugs in strait jacket. This resulted in the degeneration of all his internal organs.
Since that time, Jagindar has sought justice from the British establishment requesting
a) His Social Security Benefit since 1980
b) His Sickness Benefit since 1980
c) His Mobility Allowance since 1980
d) His Civil Service Pension on medical enhancement since 1972
e) His compensation for alleged torture and inhumane treatment by the British establishment since 1954
He has not received his just entitlement to any of the above.
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