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    Raj Singh Badhesha, a legal advisory board member with the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education organization, talks about how social media and resolutions like the one adopted in Kerman this week can help spread information about human rights abuses in Punjab despite media blackouts.

Raj Singh Badhesha, a legal advisory board member with the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education organization, talks about how social media and resolutions like the one adopted in Kerman this week can help spread information about human rights abuses in Punjab despite media blackouts. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Raj Singh Badhesha, a legal advisory board member with the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education organization, talks about how social media and resolutions like the one adopted in Kerman this week can help spread information about human rights abuses in Punjab despite media blackouts. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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