Disappeared,
Denied, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

Who are Punjab’s Disappeared?

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PUNJAB DOCUMENTATION AND ADVOCACY PROJECT (PDAP)

The untold story of Punjabs’ missing

The Punjab Documentation and Advocacy Project (PDAP) started in 2008. What started as a formalised attempt to pool the collective experience, knowledge and data of the Punjab conflict has steadily evolved into a systematic, comprehensive and evaluative system of documentation of the human rights abuses in Punjab in the 1980’s and 1990’s.

The original aims were to document cases of those extra-judicially executed, ‘disappeared’ and arbitrarily detained in Punjab, India between 1978-1996, as comprehensively as possible.

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Some Key Facts.

50,000+

Victims

8257

Disappearances (and counting)

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Prosecutions


8433 days 9 hours 44 minutes 58 seconds 

Since the last disappearance in punjab – Jaswant Singh Khalra

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